Anyway, here are some "Awful" ways to express your connectedness to the coyote. Disclaimer: The blog author is not responsible for any wackiness that may occur in your life for embracing coyotes.
Getting in touch your inner Coyote...Or preparing for Coachella?
Wait, I found this trolling on Etsy... Yes, it is the same woman and still very creepy.
Um...What? I must have missed the Roadkill Pow-wow. Do they hold that off of the Will Rogers Turnpike?
But is it as bad as this?
|From ebay, at $104 with 4 hours to go...|
Somebody wants this in their house, if it's any of you, please do me a favor and never invite me over.
Not Dooney & Burke...
|from etsy, where else?|
Sometimes, I can't decide if something is scary, awful, awesome or all three.
|deviant art user "I am Art slave"|
When I see this, all I can think about is devouring Frank the Bunny.
Somebody read Generation T:
Not Felipe Rose:
|from Wood Co.|
Now, I'm not going to claim know every Indigenous artisan out there, but Super Moon? It doesn't say what tribe(s) the artisans belong to, either, which always strikes me as odd, especially when there's that whole Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.
(please correct me if I'm wrong about this)
However, the site does go on to explain,"Native Americans have always felt a special connection to nature. The belief that all things have a spirit is an integral part of their religions. The Zuni believe that animals are more like the Zuni deities than is man. They also believe that animals have more power than man and that these powers, both practical and spiritual, reside in their totems."
Um, what do the Zuni have to do with this exactly? Hey, but he has horse hair, bison mane and coyote fur and for the low, low price of $361.95 plus shipping he can be yours! I recommend hanging him in the guest room.