First there were "Twin Peaks" Tarot cards, and now we've got Lisa Frank getting in on the Tarot game.
Thanks to artist and graphic designer Ariel Hart, you can now practice a 15th century Italian tradition with the energy of a 90's fourth grader.
Drawing inspiration from the Hello Kitty exhibit at the Japanese American Nation Museum in Los Angeles, Hart wanted to inject all the usual Lisa Frank suspects into cards that'll help you read the future while referencing your rainbow-filled past.
They also happen to be FREE and available to download from her Tumblr.
Here's what each Lisa Frank Tarot card means for your fate.
The High Priestess
Representing wisdom and listening to your inner voice, this card says you should listen to your Shih Tzu more. Because whatever problem you're having, it's nothing a few milk bones can't fix.
Looking for a little magic? Look no further than a top-hatted bear with palm trees in his eyes.
I think a trip to a Miami-themed restaurant in Vegas is in order. Drink from his chalice and he will take you there.
As the masculine counterpart to the High Priestess, the Hierophant card wants you to know that gender is fluid -- very fluid.
If you're a dude who's been wanting to kick it with glimmering penguins and wear more headpieces, go for it, bro.
The Fool represents having a free spirit and generally living life, which we should all be doing more.
If it's wrong to do drunk karaoke with golden retriever puppies, then I don't want to be right.
Naturally, the Empress is all about embracing your femininity and being a badass diva.
Take a note from this crowned kitty sitting atop a forest of dank herb with the f*cking world on her baton, and take no prisoners. YAS KWEEN.
The Wheel of Fortune
Life's just one big game show when you go diving in fishbowls.
The flying rainbow tiger approves of your alien love -- also of your butterfly-studded Birkenstocks.
The Chariot is all about having control, exercising willpower and being determined.
Do you have the determination to cater a puppy wedding? Because it's not for the faint of heart.
If the afterlife is one long gay pride parade in the middle of Yosemite, then sign me up.