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    08-10-2010, 09:21 PM
  #1011
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Jolly Badger    
It was funny when they'd play, because Ramrod would bat Sebastian's muzzle with his little cottonball feet, and it would just make a hollow thonk-thonk-thonk-thonk sound.

Kinda like this?

     
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    08-10-2010, 10:11 PM
  #1012
Green Broke
That kid's expression was priceless!
     
    08-10-2010, 10:48 PM
  #1013
Banned
Oh my...if I didnt know I would have thought that was one of my kids. They harass my cats non stop. Poor bubba kitty is going to lose weight if the kids keep chasing him!
     
    08-11-2010, 01:27 PM
  #1014
Weanling
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Originally Posted by barrelracer892    
That's exactly what it is! A Furby!!! Man I always wanted one of those things and never got one. Pissed me off.


One of my younger cousins brought her Furby to our extended family's Christmas Eve party one year and left it sitting on a coffee table. My grandma was terrified of it, especially when it started talking.

She kept calling it a "horrible little thing," refused to even look at it, and finally asked that it be removed. Still makes me laugh to this day. . .

Yet, there have been scarier toys on the market. Have a look at this little sampling of hell:

     
    08-11-2010, 01:30 PM
  #1015
Banned
Dear merciful heavens Jolly, that thing looks like Chucky with a wig!

Ewww, just ewww.

I've always found Jack In The Boxes to be creepy as hell, but then, I find clowns of any kind creeptacular. Shudder!
     
    08-11-2010, 01:35 PM
  #1016
Green Broke
Jolly, I can go one better with this ultra creepy coin bank. There is something distinctly WRONG with Japanese toy companies... This thing would give me as many nightmares as the Grudge did. It's eyes FOLLOW you while you feed it.
     
    08-11-2010, 02:04 PM
  #1017
Green Broke
That's just slightly creepy.
     
    08-11-2010, 03:15 PM
  #1018
Weanling
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Originally Posted by apachiedragon    
Jolly, I can go one better with this ultra creepy coin bank. There is something distinctly WRONG with Japanese toy companies... This thing would give me as many nightmares as the Grudge did. It's eyes FOLLOW you while you feed it


Okay. . .yeah. . .you win.

Truly the stuff of nightmares. . .
     
    08-11-2010, 04:27 PM
  #1019
Green Broke
Ahhhhhhhhhhh, I missed this thread while I was away lol

As per cats and dogs: (erm, pg 13 for some language, be forewarned)


And Speed, for the record I also have a clown/jack in the box phobia. I read Stephen King's "It" at far too young an age. There is a little hole in the wall restaurant near me called the Magic Wand, typical little diner style fabulous food, but when I am there I have to keep my eyes on my plate because the entire decor is clowns...here is a restaurant review posted on it:

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Yes, if you have Coulrophobia (the extreme fear of clowns) don't stop at the Magic Wand located 15 miles northwest of Fort Wayne. Why, you may ask? Take a look at the pictures included here to give your some idea.

I stopped at the Magic Wand on my way home to Chicago from Fort Wayne on Friday afternoon. It was a little out of the direct path back to Chicago, but not by much. I found out about the Magic Wand again from the Lincoln Highway book I used for the Cindy's Diner tip.

This establishment has been going strong since 1964 so they are inching close to their 50th year in business. As the story goes the owner, Judy, has a clown collection which is figured predominantly in her restaurant.

I had a large cherry Crystal Freeze which I ordered from the take out window which is a slush with ice cream which gives it a little sweet sour taste. Good cold drink for my 180 mile drive back to Chicago.

I had to go inside though so I could get some more of those clown pictures and after asking for permission (good thing I did because a few weeks earlier they had been robbed and were a little apprehensive until I told them about VT and my motives) got a couple of good shots including the COUNTER, my favorite.

Only tried one thing, the Cherry Crystal Freeze which was very good. They have a full menu of down home favorites.
Fort Wayne Restaurants - Reviews - VirtualTourist
     
    08-11-2010, 04:35 PM
  #1020
Banned
Indy, THE HORROR!!!!

No way would you get me in the door! I don't care if they were giving the food away. You're not even getting me in the parking lot of that place! Crreeeppppyyy!!!

I've always hated and been creeped out by clowns. Kinda sucked when my folks thought it would be a GREAT IDEA to take us kids to the circus, and I wound up having a nuclear meltdown.

When the VFW or Shriners dress up like clowns and stand outside stores, I can't go in. In fact, I've been known to get back in my vehicle and go somewhere else just to avoid them.

Yeah, it's a weird phobia, but I've always had it and I don't think I'm ever going to get over it.

For those of you who think clowns are 'cute' or 'funny', I have 3 words for you: John Wayne Gacy. If you don't know who he was, look him up. {{{{{oogy}}}}}
     

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