I had the skeleton in my closet for a while; and the little girl from next door just waiting for me to turn my back before she crept into one of my images.
That bottle in her hand has a label that says "Do not open, or else!"
And the cauldron? I'd always told her it was a stage prop.
Heh. Silly me.
Oh, if you are wondering what the skeleton is saying it's:
Aucah lind feuta gab
Din lobin gragnot feuh
Bas tild gringt "Geraldine!"
Fann loab blaab.
Students of old gaeilic will recognise this as
I Told him not
To leave that Bottle around.
My name is "Geraldine!"
Hear me roar.
Well, in the original image (see top pic) the girl wasn't looking at the skeleton at first (hard things eyeballs, as an optometrist I ought to know :)). So hence the flash of light in the skeleton's hand -picture below this text). Not really my cup of tea. Too dramatic for us laid back colonials. But you have to take what you can get.
By the way, Happy Bastille Day!
Thankyou for all the comments on King Canute. I learnt a lot from reading them. Be back tomorrow and thankyou properly :)