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the horror: the horrorcheers to the survivors of that era
 the horror: the horrorcheers to the survivors of that era

the horrorcheers to the survivors of that era

the horror: teaboot The amount of times I could have been that white girl in the horror movie could honestly be a movie in itself and it's honestly a waste that my entire life isn't constantly recorded on film because it would be HILARIOUSS teaboot 1. That one time I decided to see what was past the old gate in the woods, but when got there it had beern smashed in half and there was a decapitated sheep head with no skin just off the trail, so instead I just turned around and went home 2. That time some friends and I went camping and we found a pile of bones wrapped in a garbage bag buried under a log, but the adult supervisor told us it was nothing, so we just put it back and didn't talk about it again. 3. The time I was getting chased through the woods at night and I realized "wait it's dark as fuck" so I just held still until the guy gave up and left. 4. The time this dude said he was in love with me and so he was going to cut my head off and dump my body in a lake, so I told him to grow the hell up, but then he got caught stealing girl's underwear a day later and I never saw him again 5. That one time in college where I was taking a short- cut on my home at night and a car followed me into a dark alley, so I stared directly into the drivers side of the window and walked towards it to psych them out 6. The night I was out on a walk and this old guy told me he'd locked his keys in his truck and that he needed someone my size to crawl in through the back window for him, so l told him "you know that sounds super suspicious right" and told him where to find a pay phone for a tow truck instead 7. The one time this random guy on the street said he was in love with me and so he was going to follow me home on my bus, so I clapped him on the shoulder and told him that if he got that close to my bus then l was going to throw him under the wheels, but then this really nice homeless man from Nigeria told the guy to fuck off and then checked to make sure he didn't follow me onboard 8. That big cat with yellow eyes who I found in a wel and brought home who used to put rotting meat in my closet and wake me up by chewing on my face, until put him back outside and never saw him again. 9. My one cousin who used to come over for the summer who kept calling me piñata' and hitting me with sticks, until he went back home and was sent to juvie cause he finally got caught torturing animals 10. The time I got lost on the way to a meeting and wound up at a circus tent instead, and got followed by a full-out clown for three vacant street blocks 11. The pet hamster I had when I was seven who would scream all night and eventually escaped by ripping a bar out of its cage and wiggling through the hole. My mom caught it and put it back but it lived another year and a half until one night the screaming just stopped 12. The time I was whistling in the woods and something started whistling back, so I went home 13. That one night at summer camp where a group of girls got together to play bloody mary' in the lavatory and invited me to come with them so I said "no thanks" and stayed with the camp councillors and drank soup instead 14. The old abandoned house I just moved into witlh the door that leads into a big empty room full of dirt and empty cooking pots that I just sort of.. locked up forever and never go near 15. Once when I was at an ihop I saw a coffee mug do a full 360° spin with nobody touching it, so I said that was neat' and never ate there again 16. The time I took a photo of a big old raven sitting on the crucifix on top of the old town church cause it was the most goth thing I'd ever seen, right? But then it swooped down towards me, so I apologized immediately for being rude, and I felt a little silly for a while but the car that hit me on the way home didn't even leave a bruise so idk be nice to birds teaboot Sorry I know I bring this shit up a lot but sometimes inm awake at night and I just. keep thinking teaboot I think the secret to survival is to be good to animals, stay away from men, and say "no thanks" to everything else Source: teaboot 17,084 notes That One Time
 the horror: teaboot
 The amount of times I could have been that white
 girl in the horror movie could honestly be a movie
 in itself and it's honestly a waste that my entire life
 isn't constantly recorded on film because it would be
 HILARIOUSS
 teaboot
 1. That one time I decided to see what was past the
 old gate in the woods, but when got there it had beern
 smashed in half and there was a decapitated sheep
 head with no skin just off the trail, so instead I just
 turned around and went home
 2. That time some friends and I went camping and we
 found a pile of bones wrapped in a garbage bag buried
 under a log, but the adult supervisor told us it was
 nothing, so we just put it back and didn't talk about it
 again.
 3. The time I was getting chased through the woods
 at night and I realized "wait it's dark as fuck" so I just
 held still until the guy gave up and left.
 4. The time this dude said he was in love with me and
 so he was going to cut my head off and dump my
 body in a lake, so I told him to grow the hell up, but
 then he got caught stealing girl's underwear a day later
 and I never saw him again
 5. That one time in college where I was taking a short-
 cut on my home at night and a car followed me into a
 dark alley, so I stared directly into the drivers side of
 the window and walked towards it to psych them out
 6. The night I was out on a walk and this old guy
 told me he'd locked his keys in his truck and that he
 needed someone my size to crawl in through the back
 window for him, so l told him "you know that sounds
 super suspicious right" and told him where to find a
 pay phone for a tow truck instead
 7. The one time this random guy on the street said
 he was in love with me and so he was going to follow
 me home on my bus, so I clapped him on the shoulder
 and told him that if he got that close to my bus then l
 was going to throw him under the wheels, but then this
 really nice homeless man from Nigeria told the guy
 to fuck off and then checked to make sure he didn't
 follow me onboard
 8. That big cat with yellow eyes who I found in a wel
 and brought home who used to put rotting meat in my
 closet and wake me up by chewing on my face, until
 put him back outside and never saw him again.
 9. My one cousin who used to come over for the
 summer who kept calling me piñata' and hitting me
 with sticks, until he went back home and was sent to
 juvie cause he finally got caught torturing animals
 10. The time I got lost on the way to a meeting and
 wound up at a circus tent instead, and got followed by
 a full-out clown for three vacant street blocks
 11. The pet hamster I had when I was seven who
 would scream all night and eventually escaped by
 ripping a bar out of its cage and wiggling through the
 hole. My mom caught it and put it back but it lived
 another year and a half until one night the screaming
 just stopped
 12. The time I was whistling in the woods and
 something started whistling back, so I went home
 13. That one night at summer camp where a group of
 girls got together to play bloody mary' in the lavatory
 and invited me to come with them so I said "no
 thanks" and stayed with the camp councillors and
 drank soup instead
 14. The old abandoned house I just moved into witlh
 the door that leads into a big empty room full of dirt
 and empty cooking pots that I just sort of.. locked up
 forever and never go near
 15. Once when I was at an ihop I saw a coffee mug do
 a full 360° spin with nobody touching it, so I said that
 was neat' and never ate there again
 16. The time I took a photo of a big old raven sitting
 on the crucifix on top of the old town church cause
 it was the most goth thing I'd ever seen, right? But
 then it swooped down towards me, so I apologized
 immediately for being rude, and I felt a little silly for a
 while but the car that hit me on the way home didn't
 even leave a bruise so idk be nice to birds
 teaboot
 Sorry I know I bring this shit up a lot but sometimes inm
 awake at night and I just. keep thinking
 teaboot
 I think the secret to survival is to be good to animals,
 stay away from men, and say "no thanks" to
 everything else
 Source: teaboot
 17,084 notes
That One Time

That One Time

the horror: Reddit user performs act of self-cannibalisation to the horror of many, (2018)
 the horror: Reddit user performs act of self-cannibalisation to the horror of many, (2018)

Reddit user performs act of self-cannibalisation to the horror of many, (2018)

the horror: French executioner reacts to the horror of putting their own countryman under the guillotine (Paris, 1799)
 the horror: French executioner reacts to the horror of putting their own countryman under the guillotine (Paris, 1799)

French executioner reacts to the horror of putting their own countryman under the guillotine (Paris, 1799)

the horror: Stephen King @StephenKing The 2nd Amendment extremists will never be swayed from their hardline position. The only way to enact sane gun regs is at the ballot box. If you feel that way, it's simple: if they take money from the NRA, don't vote for 'em in November. 2/15/18, 4:05 AM postmcrnews:gerardway: Vote. Obviously I don’t use twitter anymore, but a friend sent me a screenshot of this Stephen King tweet. This sums up exactly how I feel. We’re all caught in a loop and it appears that neither side is going to give in. After Newton, and the inaction I saw, I knew nothing was going to change. Nothing was going to pull those NRA dollars out of the pockets of those that help make the laws. It was a sad feeling, and I started to get numb to it all, just like a lot of other people that felt helpless. Getting numb is scary, because you just start to accept the horror as a way of life. And I take full ownership over the fact that I have used the image of a gun in various things over the years. That is because it is a powerful image, continues to be, and a part of the fiction we were creating with the music. I don’t think pictures of guns are the problem, I think the ease with which people can buy assault rifles is the problem. You may disagree with me. That is fine. This isn’t me looking to get in an argument with you. That stuff is just noise and no one is budging— so the only thing I feel we have left is to vote. And that is what I’ll do. If you feel like me, and you want stricter gun laws, make sure you vote for people that want the same thing you do. Lot’s of love to everyone, especially those in Florida.
 the horror: Stephen King
 @StephenKing
 The 2nd Amendment extremists will
 never be swayed from their hardline
 position. The only way to enact sane
 gun regs is at the ballot box. If you feel
 that way, it's simple: if they take money
 from the NRA, don't vote for 'em in
 November.
 2/15/18, 4:05 AM
postmcrnews:gerardway: Vote. Obviously I don’t use twitter anymore, but a friend sent me a screenshot of this Stephen King tweet. This sums up exactly how I feel. We’re all caught in a loop and it appears that neither side is going to give in. After Newton, and the inaction I saw, I knew nothing was going to change. Nothing was going to pull those NRA dollars out of the pockets of those that help make the laws. It was a sad feeling, and I started to get numb to it all, just like a lot of other people that felt helpless. Getting numb is scary, because you just start to accept the horror as a way of life. And I take full ownership over the fact that I have used the image of a gun in various things over the years. That is because it is a powerful image, continues to be, and a part of the fiction we were creating with the music. I don’t think pictures of guns are the problem, I think the ease with which people can buy assault rifles is the problem. You may disagree with me. That is fine. This isn’t me looking to get in an argument with you. That stuff is just noise and no one is budging— so the only thing I feel we have left is to vote. And that is what I’ll do. If you feel like me, and you want stricter gun laws, make sure you vote for people that want the same thing you do. Lot’s of love to everyone, especially those in Florida.

postmcrnews:gerardway: Vote. Obviously I don’t use twitter anymore, but a friend sent me a screenshot of this Stephen King tweet. This su...

the horror: <p>Black history month black artists day 6: Going a bit modern today with American actor, comedian, and filmmaker Jordan Peele.</p> <p>Peele was born in 1979 and raised by a single mother on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. He attended Sarah Lawrence College for two years before dropping out to form a comedy duo with his roommate Rebecca Drysdale. In the early 2000’s he was cast as a regular in MADtv, where he first met fellow comedian Keegan Michael Key and the two were soon cast alongside each other for most sketches due to their great comedic chemistry, eventually leading to their own spinoff series as comedy duo Key &amp; Peele. The series had great success from 2012 to 2015, and the duo also coproduced the critically praised film “Keanu” in 2016.</p> <p>In February 2017, Peele had a career breakthrough with his solo directorial debut, the horror film “Get Out”, which earned enormous critical acclaim and was a box office success. It is considered one of the most profitable films of all time, grossing over $250 million next to a budget of $4.5 million. The film also received numerous accolades, including Academy Award nominations for Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Original Screenplay. Peele became the third person (after Warren Beatty and James L. Brooks) to receive those three nominations for a debut film, and the first black filmmaker to receive them for any one film. Peele also won the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award at the 2017 Gotham Independent Fim Awards, and a BAFTA nomination for Best Original Screenplay.</p> <p>Peele has been married to Chelsea Perretti, actress of Brooklyn Nine-Nine fame, since 2016 and the two recently welcomed a son, Beaumont Gino Peele.</p> <p><a href="https://tmblr.co/mYLcpdBmia5YP2ZY7ohOuxA">@markhamillz</a></p>
 the horror: <p>Black history month black artists day 6: Going a bit modern today with American actor, comedian, and filmmaker Jordan Peele.</p>

<p>Peele was born in 1979 and raised by a single mother on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. He attended Sarah Lawrence College for two years before dropping out to form a comedy duo with his roommate Rebecca Drysdale. In the early 2000’s he was cast as a regular in MADtv, where he first met fellow comedian Keegan Michael Key and the two were soon cast alongside each other for most sketches due to their great comedic chemistry, eventually leading to their own spinoff series as comedy duo Key &amp; Peele. The series had great success from 2012 to 2015, and the duo also coproduced the critically praised film “Keanu” in 2016.</p>

<p>In February 2017, Peele had a career breakthrough with his solo directorial debut, the horror film “Get Out”, which earned enormous critical acclaim and was a box office success. It is considered one of the most profitable films of all time, grossing over $250 million next to a budget of $4.5 million. The film also received numerous accolades, including Academy Award nominations for Best Director, Best Picture, and Best Original Screenplay. Peele became the third person (after Warren Beatty and James L. Brooks) to receive those three nominations for a debut film, and the first black filmmaker to receive them for any one film. Peele also won the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award at the 2017 Gotham Independent Fim Awards, and a BAFTA nomination for Best Original Screenplay.</p>

<p>Peele has been married to Chelsea Perretti, actress of Brooklyn Nine-Nine fame, since 2016 and the two recently welcomed a son, Beaumont Gino Peele.</p>

<p><a href="https://tmblr.co/mYLcpdBmia5YP2ZY7ohOuxA">@markhamillz</a></p>

<p>Black history month black artists day 6: Going a bit modern today with American actor, comedian, and filmmaker Jordan Peele.</p> <p>P...

the horror: The horror of taking kids places
 the horror: The horror of taking kids places

The horror of taking kids places