tmi tuesday #108

1. Do you believe in ghost? If so have you every seen one?
answer: yes i believe in them. i've never seen a ghost but i have witnessed things that lead me to believe that something was present with me in a room. if you really want the gory details, leave me a comment. if i get enough requests, i'll do a post about it.

2. What’s the scariest movie you ever saw?
answer: the adventures of sharkboy and lavagirl 3d
answer2: since that once wasn't supposed to be scary, i'd say it was the exorcist when it was first released. i was 9 years old and that movie scared the crap out of me.

3. If you were given a house that was free would you accept it if it was haunted?
answer: would depend on whether it was a violent haunting or a friendly haunting. as long as there isn't any violence or danger involved, i'd take it. it could be a great source of stories.

4. If you were given a house that was free would you accept it if the last person had been murdered in it?
answer: sure, i'd take it then sell it. real estate is hot in the town i live in.

5. What was your most favorite costume you wore for Halloween?
answer: i quit wearing costumes when i was 9 or 10. and to be honest, i can't remember any of the cheap plastic masks i wore wwwwaaaaayyyyy back then.

Bonus (as in optional): What’s your most memorable Halloween memory?
answer: treak-or-treating when i was a real young kid and my dad was walking us along. there was a house that gave out crap. my dad pulled a bar of soap out of his pocket and soaped up their car windows. first, and last, time i ever saw him do something like that.
answer2: i was a kid when people used to make treats to give out. i actually got things like home made popcorn balls, home made caramel apples, home made brownies/cookies wrapped up in plastic wrap. those were the good old days when people trusted each other. then one year, a kid had to go to the hospital because he bit into a caramel apple and there was a razor blade in it. that ruined halloween for ever. and in my opinion, started the decline of society as a whole. thinking about it as i write this, that could be the very reason that i'm not a big fan of halloween anymore.


Renee said...

Yes, yes, I want the gory details to #1! I had to LOL at your Dad soaping car windows. Oh, and Sharkboy and Lavagirl are very scary. *shiver*

Happy TMI!

Valyna said...

I remember the days of getting homemade deserts too. Of course, the popcorn balls were usually more dangerous than razorblades because I remember some kids chipping their teeth on those. And there was also the memory of the stop at the dentist office for apples and toothpaste (my parents made us trick or treat there every year). Blarg.

searabbit said...

I want the sacry story too... oh, yes!!!
What you wrote about trust is so true! We use to go on our own, my brother and me, we were around 8 to 12 years old... Today, it wouldn't come to my mind to let my 8 years old daughter do that... Yes, we live in a scary world... some people are more dangerous than ghosts... and it is sad...

Rachel said...

Yep, I remember those trick or treating days.

It's just sad now.

Vixen said...

Stupid people ruining Halloween....damnit. I remember those days of homemade goodies too. I looked forward to that specifically.