Me: You know, Labyrinth actually has a lot of deep psychological impli— Other Person: Pants. Me: I know, right? The pants are a riot. However, the Labyrinth is very telling of Sarah’s— Other Person: Pants. Me: Mh-hm. But I love how the story creates a fairytale more inclined for our genera— Other Person: PANTS. Me: Yes. But parts of the Labyrinth really represent Sarah’s emotional journey, and advance Jareth as an antago— Other Person: PAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANTS.
When Sally gets her period and it shows the blood on the inside of her underwear.
And I sit there and wonder what poor soul had to create the fake menstrual blood and then apply it to the underwear.
“So what did you do at work today?”
“… Nothing special.”
….are you for real? There are professionals in the entertainment industry whose job it is to make fake blood all the time. Why would making a few drops of fake period blood turn them into “poor souls”? Why don’t you feel sorry for the person who had to build Lane’s much more gruesome cadaver?