Fun in Midtown: Friday the 13th edish
It's an October Friday the 13th, and in that spirit, I found a bit of Midtown morbidity (other than general cubicle/fluorescent-lighting-induced loss of will to live, etc.). The first bit is a Halloween display adorning a surpisingly quaint building that houses a vet's office on East 40th Street.
Take special note of this guy. He is so like [skeleton voice] "It's a living," or else [skeleton voice] "Ta-daaaa."
(This establishment is doubtless assisting countless punt-punt "dogs" to yipyipyipyipyip longer, when those things really should not be. Not to mention that these creatures, unsuited for existence outside a handbag, come from breeders and puppy mills when perfectly good pupps are getting euthanized daily, and isn't that the real horror? Just sayin'.)
Anyhoo! That display is temporary, but just another block or two West, you can recoil from the following horrific visages year-round. (Located where? Another card store. Who knew card stores were so goth.)
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