Friday, August 18, 2006

How do ya scare me now...

CarrotI admit that I'm afraid of the dark. Have been since I was 4 (victim of an extremely over-active imagination from birth). One of the very first things that caused me to scrunch up into a tiny ball under my covers and pray for morning was Reverend Kane in Poltergeist II. After that it was Rachel Creed's sister Zelda in Pet Sematary (for the record... she wasn't that scary in the book, but her scenes in the movie still freak me right out). More recently it was that creepy little kid in The Grudge (who, BTW, breaks ALL the freaking rules by actually climbing *inside* the covers with the scared person. Bad!!) and don't get me started on Emily Rose.

That being said, can I just admit that the Burger King creeps me right the hell out?

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Who's brilliant marketing plan was this? "Let's terrify small children and sell burgers at the same time!!!!! MuAHahAHahAHahAHahAHHHHHH." I'm not a violent person, but I swear if that Burger King comes near me I'm going to find something sharp to stab him with. And run (his head may be freakishly large, but I bet that dude can book it). Or maybe I'll just run over him with my car. I'll play it by ear.


Brindy said...

I'm sorry if you were scared the night I was kickin it wich ewe and Munz and I hurked and passed the eff out. I would have tucked you in if I had known. Luckily, Clerks is not too terrifying of a flick, although Jason's antics are a little scarey, shnooginz!

Carrot said...

I see dead people