So flour, water and yellow were what I was missing.
Apparently if you put in some Kodak Photo-Flo it will actually soak into cloth instead of beading up, but the side effect is that it's pretty toxic. I read about that back in high school when I needed to make fake blood pretty regularly, but I never tried it. I wonder if the water in this recipe helps with the beading on cloth issue, too.
Also, Kensington Gore would be a good name for a sensitive pop singer-songwriter.
|Sexy Duck Cop |
I was fine with everything until he instructed me to drink it. To drink the filth. Suck it off your petulant little baby sausage fingers. Then I got uneasy. But only slightly.
He's erect the entire time. He built a replica 19th century physician's cadaver dissection theater in his basement so he could pretend his lover was a corpse. He's adorably sinister, and he's not joking when he says he makes this to fling around the room.
Sexy Duck Cop
One day a detective, physically and mentally exhausted from his job, will be waiting in Mark Gatiss' waiting room, and he'll stumble across an 18th-century medical illustration of the Wounded Man, and he'll know. He'll just know this is the man he's been looking for.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I've never heard of adding yellow, but the rest is a pretty standard recipe. It makes for really fun Halloweens.
Kid: "I didn't ask for sauce!"
Ice Cream Man: "I didn't put any sauce on..."
|The Mothership |
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