Jason Voorhees Pancake Art Celebrates Friday the 13th
Friday the 13th pancake art resurrects Jason to celebrate the day. The Friday the 13th franchise began with the original film of the same name in 1980, which was followed by 9 sequels, a remake, a crossover film with Freddy Kruege of A Nightmare on Elm Street, an unrelated TV series, comic books, video games, and more. Although he wasn’t the antagonist of the original film, the hockey-masked serial killer has become synonymous with the franchise, stalking the shores of Crytal Lake, New Jersey (and sometimes Manhattan or the decks of a spaceship) and murdering as many young folks as he can with a variety of sharp implements and sleeping bags.
On Instagram, user Laura Rise-Against celebrated today’s Friday the 13th by bringing Friday the 13th‘s Jason Voorhees to life in a rather unusual medium: pancakes.
According to the caption, Jason’s face itself is made from a blueberry pancake, pointed at the top and bottom to emulate the curve of a hockey mask, with two holes dug out for the eyes. The details on the…
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