“My name is Brigid.
I brought along my magical charms, necklaces and jewels today.
They’re important to me because everyday my own philosophy involves reanalyzing my own pre-programming from childhood.
So I wear an engagement ring even though I never plan to get married and a lot of crucifixes and Pagan symbols even though I’m not religious.
It’s really just about switching up your ideology and mocking iconography.
I have a cross made of human finger bones that actually belong to my boyfriend. So I guess technically they’re the bones of my lovers fingers around my neck. I also have a crucifix made of yak bones from the himalayas.
These are my special things!”
Asked to clarify which fingers her boyfriend no longer has:
“Oh no, no they’re not his finger bones, they were purchased from a store.” She went on to say that you never really know where human bones come from, but there are a few stores around the country that you can actually order a pretty interesting assortment of bones – human or otherwise.