Sunday, July 19, 2009

What were they thinking?????

I'm just saying. As if clowns and nutcrackers aren't scary enough, what the hell would you do if you woke up on christmas morning with this freaking thing under the tree? HIDE!!! that's what. Wonder why you haven't already been taken by the children's aid, if your parents think that this is an appropriate gift. I found this on Cracked.com (where, incidentally, i found my new living room furniture)



13 comments:

BJW said...

that is awesome and utterly terrifying. Cool. Thanks for sharing.

Paul Michael Murphy said...

Other things that are scary: school buses, tanks, manholes, facial deformities.

I know that last one is kind of politically incorrect, but that doesn't make it any less true.

Monica said...

tru dat, PMM. Sometimes we can't help being politically incorrect.
Also, my kids are terrified by the cable television repair trucks. Which is awkward, because there are three guys in my neighbourhood who work for them, and so their vans are parked in their driveways everynight.

and my dog will not walk over a manhole, no matter how much i try to make him. weird. There's also a spot of grass in my MIL's back yard that he avoids.

You are most welcome, BJW. My goal is to share the most fearful things around the world.

Corey Redekop said...

Big Loo ... now with death-bringer nipple missiles!

BJW said...

Monica,

Then you should probably show a picture of the blank page. Nothing more terrifying.

Monica said...

oh god. yes, BJW... interesting that PMM didnt mention that... does that mean that blank pages don't scare him

Monica said...

those are the coolest part, Corey Redekop.

BJW said...

Hey Monica! YOU Won! OR was runner up or something with your Bowdler Fiction contest at Brooklyn Arden!

WOOHOOOO! And that was hilarious, loved it, loved it, loved it. Bravo!!! Huzzah! Huzzah!

Monica said...

Hey!!!! BJW!!!! i was a runner up.. wow. That's so cool. Thank you so much for letting me know.

Katrina Urquhart said...

I WANT those scrabble couches like infinity. I'm breathless thinking of them. They'd get along so well with my bookstore shelves and coffin table. THOSE COUCHES WANT ME TOO!

Monica said...

for those of you who might think Katrina is joking about the bookstore shelves and the coffin table, she's so not kidmding.

Richard Jesse Watson said...

O.K., maybe I'm weird, but I would have loved to have had that robot. I would like it right now. It had a squirt gun, and could talk! Put yourself in my shoes: there I was wearing cowboy boots and shooting rubber tipped arrows from my bow. Then along comes Big Loo the futuristic robot.

Monica said...

well, yes, Watson the elder, you are weird, but that's ok. This is a very accepting place. Yes, this would be a step up from your rubber arrows. I can see the appeal.