Sunday Funnies

I wish I had thought of this. Or at least seen it earlier.

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I’ll be scaring the shit out of the neighborhood kids with this next year.

Also, if Seattle were a barista

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It is as though his character can feel my frustration with this town and its pretentious inhabitants.

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2 Responses to Sunday Funnies

  1. Darrell says:

    One Halloween, long ago, I took an old bicycle helmet, and mounted a motion activated yard light under it. I put big colored bulbs in the light sockets. Using coat hangers, I then hung an old ghetto blaster under the lights, and an oscillating fan under that; I rigged the oscillator to the coat hangers so it would move the frame back and forth in a herky jerky way. I draped an old white sheet over everything, with just the lights protruding. I put spooky H’ween music in the cassette player. I plugged it in and hung it next to the front door. Every time a group of kids came to the front door they’d trigger the motion detector, which turned on the lights, music and fan. Instant spooky ghost! It worked quite well, freaked out a lot of kids! 😀

  2. Merle says:

    Never argue with an idiot – they’ll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.

    Merle

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