duh DulH DUh! Giant Tentacle th-THING!
duh DulH DUh! Giant Tentacle th-THING!
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Did he cuck in the late 20's and 30's?
Near the end of his life, his views toward some groups that he had previously maligned such as israelites softened but his animosity towards Blacks in particular was most likely lifelong.
Even Lovecraft couldn't resist Khazar milkers.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
I misread “beasts” as “breasts” and somehow it improved it
When /x/ figure out how to contact the dead, you just know we're going to be haunted by HPL. He will be so at home here, he'll never leave. You'll find a few posts that tell a surprisingly brilliant short story in his style, but you'll dismiss it as some troll messing with you. Then, when you least expect it, a mass of tentacles and other more unspeakable appendages will appear in the corner of your eye.
He would never use an insult that pedestrian.
The notion Lovecraft was unsophisticated in his approach to horror or in some way lacking in his descriptions is one of the finest forms of a slanderous meme I've observed perpetuate itself.
Lovecraft not only goes more often than not goes into intense detail characterising his creatures, even in his short stories where he expresses this in a quite limited capacity such as From Beyond where narratively the protagonist is articulating indirect qualia of genuinely novel sensory experience. No, the issue lies foremost in the fact that most midwits are ignorant and without mastery of their own tongue let alone the ability to correlate their sensory imagination are unequipped to engage with half the notions he raises.
Popular memes obliterate and obfuscate the true character of a lot of works they describe and Lovecraft suffers from this twofold, firstly in that creates a cambion of his ideas left to suffer bastardise them but also loses the autodidactic extrapolations in the histories, sciences and philosophy which underpin his cosmicism and personal anxieties.
In the end, fuck the retarded hacks who butcher his memory and read it yourself.
The dream cycle remains very underrated as well as the tasteless naggers.
You’re not incorrect in my estimation
What do they even need the wings for? They’re always clomping around even on their homeworld.
I gather it might be some situation like with chickens, where wings have lost the original purpose, but they might still be useful for something.
They look more like fins to me.
That's a pretty big chip on your shoulder.
Ainz could control multiple of those things.
I'm gonna read From Beyond. Wish me luck.
Update: It was decent.
Wasn't scary in the least, though.
Good luck, read The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath next.
>After his death, Sonia Lovecraft told a Lovecraft scholar that he was a virgin when they married in 1924, aged 34. Before their marriage, Lovecraft reportedly bought numerous books about sex and studied them in order to perform on their wedding night. Sonia later said she had to initiate all sexual activity.
>The very mention of the word sex seemed to upset him. He did, however, make the statement once that if a man cannot be or is not married at the greatest height of his sex-desire, which in his case, he said, was at age 19, he became somewhat unappreciative of it after he passed thirty. I was somewhat shocked but held my peace.
>if I dont get married in a year I will be a virgin longer than Lovecraft was
I have no face.
The tentacle meme isn't even that pronounced in his stories. He brings up shoggoths a lot but they have no tentacles really.
Bery interstng, Lovecraft is good now
Can you give me a list of his stories in which shoggoths appear prominently?
Major stories where they actually are described include At the Mountains of Madness and Shadow Over Innsmouth. There's probably more I'm forgetting but they're mentioned a lot since they're the "workhorses" of the Old Ones and certain races like Deep Ones.
The only Lovecraft I've read (so far) is The Book and What the Moon Brings but neither were like this.