Hey! It’s time for Cover Snark!
From Cheryl: This is for cover snark because it’s so very very confusing.
Sarah: I agree, very confusing. But I do like that bra!
Elyse: I thought she just had a really fuzzy throw blanket.
Tara: Me too, Elyse!
Lara: Points for semi-original placement of wolf? the new throw blanket pose?
Catherine: the wolf looks like he has a headache, and I don’t blame him.
From Rachel: It just gets worse the longer you look at it. My sister thinks the girl’s face is a Teresa doll’s (Barbie’s Latinx BFF), the kid in the dollar-store Native American costume is possibly exposing his butt, both of them appear to be children’s heads stuck onto adult bodies, and the foreground is… possibly a stone arch run through way too many filters? Maybe?
Elyse: The cave of wind is the post chili situation in this house.
Sneezy: *dry heaving* Make it stop
Catherine: Ah yes, poseable action figures, just what I’m looking for in a romance…
From Carole: First thought was Oh My Goodness those nipples have nostrils!
Sarah: WAIT A MINUTE
Sneezy: You know what? I’m so broody for a pup it basically gets a pass from me.
Sarah: Isn’t “sweater puppies” an old slang term for breasts?!
IS THIS COVER PUNNING???
Sarah: IT MIGHT BE.
Carrie: Back in the day when Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Polidori, and Lord Byron were hanging out at Lake Geneva telling each other ghost stories, Percy did so many drugs and got so scared by all the stories that he hallucinated that demons were coming out of Mary’s nipples. This cover is what he would have seen if he’d had the good sense to stick with weed.
Catherine: Carrie, you may have just penned the most convincing ‘just say no to drugs’ argument I have every scene. Because if that’s what *weed* does to you, I’m sure as hell not even looking at anything stronger…
From Em: This alien Thanksgiving cover. I am just rollin’ on the floor!
Claudia: Is that a cherry on top?
Sarah: I think so? I’ve cooked many turkeys and never dropped a cherry on top. Or a cherry tomato!
Catherine: Alien indeed! I’m not American – is it normal to surround your turkey with grapes?
Maybe the thing on top is a cranberry not that anyone eats them like that.
And is he wearing pants because I don’t want anyone’s parts that close to my dinner.
Catherine: Also, I am positive we have seen that tattoo recently, but on less blue skin. Anyone remember where?
Maybe that turkey is his parts. (Is that a turkey in your trousers or are you pleased to see me?)
Carrie: I’ve never been more happy to be a vegetarian.
Lara: I’m new to this whole thing, but should a turkey be that pink?! Or is it just the glow from his AGGRESSIVELY blue body that’s giving the turkey that not-so-cooked look?
Tara: It’s not looking cooked to me either, Lara. That leaves me with more questions about why the grapes are there.
Sneezy: stares in Why is Turkey Still a Thing?
Catherine, sincerely hope the turkey aren’t his bits. For his sake.
Who WOULDN’T hack it off when they’ve been promised real food and get a peen instead?