Day 3 of Halloween Week!
Are your teeth sore yet?
Vote for your favorite Halloween Creature HERE to help me decide what to be for Halloween. As you can see, today I am one of the scariest of all the Halloween creatures…
You can tell I’m a werewolf by my curved fingernails, fused together eyebrows and crazy eyes! And the fact that I’m utterly terrifying.
You know what werewolves remind me of? Lakes.
Which is a not at all awkward and horribly placed segway into:
Why Movies Have Made Me Terrified of Lakes:
A Tale Told in Pictures
I have never been one for the outdoors. I would blame growing up in Brooklyn, but I’m not juvenile. I know that there’s something more to blame. I’m looking at you, MOVIES. They make me question why anybody would go to a lake for relaxation when you’re clearly going to be eaten alive.
Actually, why anybody would go to any type of body of water at all-
and, of course, showers
Oh, baths, too
But absolutely nothing good ever happens at a lake.
They’re apparently a hotbed of paranormal activity,
mutant lake creatures
and flesh eating viruses
Axed murderers looove to hang out around lake houses
Even Sandra Freakin Bullock had a time traveling mailbox which, while not utterly terrifying, is really weird.
Why anybody would go to a lake is beyond me. Any place where your face can get chewed off by microscopic bacteria, encounter a mutant repltilian creature or an axweilding maniac with mommy issues and you run the risk of ending up in a relationship with Keanu Reeves OR Sandra Bullock just doesn’t seem worth it.
Am I wrong?