Crossdressing sky pirate as played by Robert De Niro.
The person playing piano in the background of any noir club scene.
A supervillain whose strategy for world domination involves pink flamingos.
‘80’s boyband who all sport identical pale ill-tailored suits and terrifying frosted hair
Abercrombie + Fitch ads as written by Slavoj Zizek
The monster who lived in your closet as a child who was actually just a manifestation of your fear of the other, conquered only when you realize that you yourself were the other.
Muppets on acid.
Muppets on no mind altering substances whatsoever.
That guy I once saw on the subway who might have been hiding a live animal under his top hat.
Your least favorite great aunt.
Disco queen trapped in 19th century opera and dying of consumption.
My friend from fifth grade who always wore a leather jacket, even when we went to the pool.
Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer as played by Kristen Stewart.
Rebellion leader who deposed the goblin monarchy using interpretative dance.
A superhero whose power is believing in themselves.
Someone who has their life together.
Whatever won the last round of Cards Against Humanity
The slow entropy of the universe.
A vampire whose idea of cool hasn’t changed since the 70’s.
The visual equivalent to how Bohemian Rhapsody makes you feel
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
The weirdest kid in your middle school, the one who smeared their face with glitter war paint in art class and refused to wash it off and wore a prom dress to school one time (so… me, for anyone I attended middle school with).
Any lady on the cover of a vintage lesbian pulp novel.
If a vulture turned into a person and started a punk band.