—PatrickOriginal Poop Knife™ will chop the most compacted of brownies, the most seasoned of logs, can handle the hardwood of butt logs , the longest of sewer snakes , the most ferocious of bog crocodiles , and the fattest heaved Havanas.
Well, this one actually makes a fair bit of sense, for the genre.
... HOCH HECHWell, this one actually makes a fair bit of sense, for the genre.
Agatha was lured out of her room at night as a teenage girl, given drugs, and raped; she hasn't been able to cope and is trying but failing to tell her parents.
The apples are the sweet lure, and a symbol off incense. The brutal scoring of the apple signifies her loss of innocence and the violence of her rape. The eyes represent, on one hand, the way she can't look at herself anymore, and on the other hand, the eyes of her abuser and how she is forced to look at herself through his eyes. The mushroomsare obviously the drugs she was convinced to take.
It's a deep hard look into the fractured psyche of an abuse victim. I don't really see much weird or off in it.