A great idea from Jon: H.P. Lovecraft meets bizarre vintage food adverts:

It was very peculiar, but as the little boy uttered his petition there seemed to form overhead the shadowy, nebulous figures of exotic things; of hybrid creatures, crowned with horn-flanked disks.

Those who described these strange shapes felt quite sure that they were not human, despite some superficial resemblences in size and general outline.

The odor of the fish was maddening; but I was too much concerned with graver things to mind so slight an evil, and set out boldly for an unknown goal.

(thanks to boingboing and accordionguy for mashup fodder)

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