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i think i want to throwup now…
Okay well at first I felt really awful for her….
i was NOT expecting that ending bit.
what the actual fuck..i meanthe end is just..omg wut the actual fuck 0_____________________0
OH SHIT THAT´S AN UNEXPECTED END
^^^ Literally making the exact same face as Neffy right now.
*insert picture of extreme awe beyond capability*
yea i totally saw that coming.
Wait… What.. But.. I..
rebloggin for the video but esp the ACCURATE reactions O_O
“Chris” has a hilarious website. The content is hysterical throughout his blog and the comments are extra extra win. It appears obvious that he writes a lot of the comments himself under aliases but I know a great deal of them are written by other people as well, even people I know from SU.. So… Really you should just go to his site, read the comments and enjoy browsing his content. I hope he writes some new stuff soon, he’s such a crack-up!
After stumbling onto “Project Kickass” I looked around and found Chris on StumbleUpon. Its unlikely I would have ever wondered onto his site on my own, I owe the Stumble Button a big ty on this one, yay stumbling! I hereby deem him a Star Stumbler.
I ♥ funny bloggers. Chris is a bit “anit-geek” and I still like him (a lot), that should tell you something right there. I snagged up the first few comments on the post for this shirt so you could see what I mean:
- Matty T says:
I can easily see that and I’m colorblind :/ nice try though.
- Carson says:
I can easily see that and I’m not colorblind :/ nice shirt
- Marly says:
Hey Nick! If your colorblind, then how’d ya know that the shirt was red and green, huh?
- Hannah says:
Uh, Probably because he is only colorblind to red and green? He said Red-Green colorblind, in which he can see other colors BESIDES red and green.
- Erin says:
The point is that the colorblind cannot see the words. So the colorblind will not know he “secretly loathes” them. You are not colorblind. You can read the words. lrn2humor.
- Arianna says:
No, the point is that you can only see the heart if you’re colorblind…not the words inside of it….
- Nick says:
Same as Matty. I’m red-green colorblind and that’s clear as day.
Dominic Deville stalks young victims for a week, sending chilling texts, making prank phone calls and setting traps in letterboxes.
He posts notes warning children they are being watched, telling them they will be attacked.
But Deville is not an escaped lunatic or some demonic monster.
He is a birthday treat, hired by mum and dad, and the ‘attack’ involves being splatted in the face with a cake.
‘The child feels more and more that it is being pursued,’ said Deville.
‘The clown’s one and only aim is to smash a cake into the face of his victim, when they least expect it, during the course of seven days.’
If the boy or girl manages to avoid the ‘hit’, they are given the cake as a birthday present. Well, that’s alright then.
The frightening fun can be stopped at any time, which is handy for parents who have second thoughts and don’t fancy the cost of child therapy.
Deville said: ‘The clown will never break into a residence or show up at work. ‘It’s all in fun and if, at any point, the kids get scared or their parents are concerned, we stop right there.
‘But most kids absolutely love being scared senseless.’
Deville set up his Evil Clown service in Lucerne, Switzerland, after being inspired by some of his favourite horror films – possibly including Stephen King’s It and Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
The idea is unlikely to be popular with sufferers of coulrophobia – the irrational (irrational?) fear of clowns.
But Stephen Vaughan of Clowns International, said scary clowns could be as funny as their red-nosed counterparts. ‘I think what Dominic is doing is a great idea,’ he added.
‘Bringing a little bit of life and laughter into kids’ lives is what we are all about.’
Sure… why not… You know your kid is going to grow up to be one of those weirdo people afraid of clowns right? This is actually a really funny prank to play on a “kid” that is 17 or older anything younger than that and I think it is down right cruel. I can think of more uses than kids birthdays anyway… how about that crazy ex-boyfriend that really is stalking you? Have a scary clown stalk his ass right back (would work especially well if he suffered from coulrophobia, lmao)!