Welcome back to Cover Snark! And I have to admit, after six or so years working for the site, this might just be one of my favorite Snarks.
Amanda: That man must be very tall and noodly to come up to that woman’s shoulder while she’s on a horse.
Sarah: Does she look like Taylor Swift? Or Kristen Stewart? Or both?
Amanda: Both, definitely.
CarrieS: I would actually really like that cover if not for the dude.
Elyse: I thought the flower was a nip slip.
Amanda: Same. That neckline is dangerously low.
CarrieS: Same. Love the color scheme, hate the people. I mean, not personally…
Sarah: His nipple is looking at me no matter where I am in the room.
From Steve Ammidown at Bowling Green Pop Culture Library: I keep meaning to send you this one. The cover raises so many questions on its own, but the addition of the sticker just adds that little je ne sais quoi.
Sarah: There is just So Much Happening
Are the two women with the hot wave treatment in their hair Claire and Blair?
Elyse: The couple in the window are going to murder them. I’ve seen this Lifetime movie
Sarah: True that.
Amanda: Is the baby a free book bag?
Elyse: That’s the only kind of baby I want
Amanda: Imagine giving birth and being like, “Oh hey! Sweet! Free book bag!”
Elyse: It can’t be worse than a baby
Amanda: In case of a mess, you can throw that bag in the washer! Can’t do that with a baby.
Elyse: I still want to know what’s up with the window couple
Did they send the baby?
Sarah: Wait, was the baby IN the totebag? Is that a new delivery method to shame women for choosing?
CarrieS: Maybe the stork brings the baby! In the bag! That would be AWESOME!
If it comes by post, I have read that most things are legal to ship as long as there’s a legible address and adequate postage. But a baby hits all of the boxes on “liquid (not the baby itself, of course), fragile, perishable, or hazardous.”
I feel like someone should address the “two halves of a whole” thing because that seems unhealthy to me.
From Cerian. Thanks, Cerian!
Amanda: WHERE’S THE HORSE?!
We have these dang butterflies but no horse.
Sarah: Maybe it’s a butterfly shifter horse?
Amanda: A horsefly if you will.
Amanda: Which are the fucking devil, I might add.
Elyse: He seems confused by the rain the butterflies or both.
Amanda: He’s having a Jupiter Ascending moment, like Mila Kunis with the bees.
Sarah: I can’t even tell for sure what genre it is.
It’s probably historical.
CarrieS: My guess is fantasy cowboy. I like the butterflies and the font, the rest can go.