His watchers are everywhere, fool, and for your arrogance he will kill you first and he will do it in your neck.
Same deal with playing Christmas music after Christmas, except then he goes for the bowels.
Mixing Stripes With Grim Portents
Anything with a strong printed pattern has the potential for clashing with other strong patterns, so a useful fashion rule of thumb is to not mix patterns, or even avoid them entirely.
See, this would ruin a wedding too.
But this is a rule many people do break with great success, so let's focus on a limited case which we've all broken unknowingly: mixing stripes with grim portents of a horrifying future. A striped tie on its own might be fine, but it will clash if worn with a shirt printed with the future dates of your loved ones' deaths. Herringbone-print socks are a great way to splash up a suit, but if they're accompanied by unearthly howling noise from beyond time, people will just think you're sloppy.
And that's the worst thing anyone can think of you.
Chris Bucholz is a Cracked columnist and full of grim portents. As the author of the amazing novels, Freeze/Thaw and Severance he thinks you should definitely go buy both of those now. Join him on Facebook or Twitter.
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