Discussion in 'All Things Horror' started by .:Batman:., Jan 18, 2018.
Haha well I'm glad you found us, we always need more ladies on Nexopia
We sure do.
The nightmares, obviously. I often woke up screaming 'These people, these people!'
What's that referencing?
I felt a gloomy presence around me.
Well, you just entered a realm of more strangers being around you: all of these Nexopians.
Apparently I found the “real bandits” in Pipo the Clown scary.
Pipo the Clown:
Man, I feel we are being stupid here. Batman created this thread to collect info on us to use our fears against us. That sneaky bastard.
Drowning in water while swimming.
Kind of weird, I was not scared in childhood. But now as an adult, I am scared than before.
That kind of happened to me, once. I was dog-paddling in a lake and doing just fine. Then I discovered that I couldn't touch the bottom of the lake with my feet and I panicked and started drowning.
In 2008 It happened really to me. Intentionally I was trying to measure the deepness of the pond. It was beyond my imagination. I did dive and after 17 to 20 feet may be, I felt too much cold. Then I thought something is wrong.
And I am still alive. That incident still makes me chill.
The thumbs up is for you still being alive, not that you almost drowned.
The thought of being buried alive still freaks me out
Golem, that fucker gave me nightmares
Golem got a lot less creepy after the movies. Still creepy as ****, but the book descriptions were more terrifying than the movie character
What about being Dutch-ovened to death? Would that be worse because of the added stinkiness?
I went to elementary school with him - he was 2 years ahead of me and he used to punch me every time he saw me.
One of my friends told me to cry because he was scared of tears, but I always just said “so, still not friends eh?” And walked away.
I tried to play it cool, but the guy terrified me
What happens if you hit him back?
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