In Soviet Russia, Cthulhu eats … oh wait …

Cthulhu: Nothin says Lovin Like Elder Gods in the Oven

No idea on the source of this picture. (Found on LOLCat Buildr.)

2/2012: A source! Thanks Bob! and I’m pretty sure cuttlefish is latin for Cthulhu. Just sayin’. At the very least, a spy!

20 thoughts on “In Soviet Russia, Cthulhu eats … oh wait …

  1. That looks like some bizarre sweet of some kind, chilling in an ice bath.

    I suppose Cthulhu would be chillin’ …

  2. you know, I’m gonna go read the book again. I think maybe we’ve gotten off track somewhere, what with Hello Cthulhu and Knitthulhu and Edible Cthulhu up there—if we’re all going to be eaten alive for this, I’m gonna quit worrying about going to hell–I will, of course, post the results of my research for the benefit of all—

  3. @Tallian. I’m being so clever, I don’t even look. I think that “water” is aluminum foil. Im pretty sure the tentacles are chicken.

    @Rowan. Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wagn’nagl fhtagn.

  4. @LolHeathen: Possibly a thin film of blue goo under plastic wrap? And the tentacles are pretty seriously gross.

    Oh, and geseunteit.

  5. okay, got the dictionary.
    ” In his house in R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.”
    totally cleared that up for me, thanx!

  6. psst! you’re not supposed to tell anybody that the book is blank inside. Better let them think it’s full of important facts.
    btw, I got the translation from

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