Who among us haven’t wanted to throw a lightsaber-fit at some unsuspecting console when things don’t go our way? Plus, tantrums mean you get to pet that hair of his and tell him everything’s going to be okay.
It’s no secret that my favorite television show is “American Horror Story.” While the quality and theme of every season differs, there are always at least a few moments that make my jaw drop. (SPOILERS!)
“NO!” he shouted, and it sounded like he was pounding on the door with both hands. “No, please don’t leave me, please don’t leave me here by myself! I don’t know how long I’ve been in here and I’m so scared!”
“It’s not a lie! I couldn’t leave Jingles outside!” My daughter’s wide brown eyes are filling with tears now. Great, meltdown mode. “He was tapping and he was cold and he said he’d give me a present and now he’s GONE!”
Tap-tap-tap-tap. On one window, the one on the porch. Then I heard it in the kitchen, too. And towards the back of the house, in the mudroom.Tapping on all the windows. There were more this time.
I’m “that” friend. The designated horror nerd. The one that when people see an article about haunted houses or gruesome murders, they go “Hey! I need to show this to M.J.!” Therefore, I feel I’m qualified to craft the ultimate gift guide for horror lovers everywhere.
Why does this blueprint even exist?! Can we destroy it, please, before it’s used for pure evil?!
I will work hard and try to ignore the sounds of the screams.
It’s not just men who have needs, you know? Women, when left untouched, they grow cold, like a thin sheen of frost has spread across their skin.
In June of 2015, a threatening post was shared on the joint Facebook account of Dee Dee and Gypsy Blancharde. It read “That bitch is dead!”