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Blogtober: Vampire Poison Ivy Makeup
Category beauty, blogtober, Halloween, make up, makeup, october, Uncategorized, beauty blog, beauty blogger, blogtober ideas, daily blog, daily blogger, halloween costume, halloween costume ideas, halloween ideas, halloween makeup, make-up, poision ivy, poison ivy makeup, vampire, vampire makeup, vampire poision ivy
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Hello Angels!

I promised I’d do makeup looks, and I will deliver. This was a first attempt, and seeing as it is what I’m going as for Halloween, I will update it and upload better pictures of the makeup. This is just a quick rundown on what I’ve done and plan on doing.

First, because of pale complexion, I was sorted anyway because I’m already ghostly pale. But, to both make myself paler and give a green tinge, I though of using colour corrector: redness will be taken out of my face, and also I don’t have to worry about blending it too much; she’s Poison Ivy, she’s gonna be a little green anyway

I did it in 2 stages, including my neck and chest (you’ll see why that’s important when I add my costume in, but that’s for a different post). I blended in a way I never do: I just spread it out. While patting into my skin, I also moved the makeup from side to side.
To do what you see above I used the Technic Colour Corrector stick, and when filled it in with the Makeup Academy Colour corrector: the Technic gave a good base, but due to the MUA corrector being a lot softer, it was a lot easier to fill in any gaps and give me more of a colour.
Doing that left me with that face: pale, with a slight green tinge. For both of these products being drugstore, I will say they are amazing quality and if you’re looking for cheaper alternatives, I highly recommend.

Then, I moved onto lips. There was very little order in what I did or why I did it, I just saw the lipstick I was using and went for it.
I went with black; with what you’ll see I’m planning on doing, you’ll see black would make it stand out a lot more and give it the more vamp look I was after. This one is Potent from MUA for £3: as with most liquid lipsticks, it does come off with oil, but other than that it stays in place, which is what I’m gonna need. This one isn’t drying on the lips, and is incredibly pigmented, but with black lipstick, you gotta me careful; one wrong move and you’re a goner (I did make a mistake which I then had to fix, but shhh).
You see why I needed the liquid lipstick? Of course, this is Ivy, if I didn’t have a pop of green on the lips I’d be a traitor. But, I actually used a green eye shadow for this from Makeup Revolution in the shade Temptress. I’m unsure if they still do it, but you can use any green eye shadow for it. I used this shade last year in a similar way (I put it all over the lips though) and it stayed put all night, even after drinking. I’m giving you a Poison Ivy look which is drink proof and 70% food proof: I gotchu.

Then, I moved onto eyes: the pallette I used has since been discontinued, but it is also from MUA.
You will see in the final pictures that I did darken the eyeshadow a little more just to make it bolder, but this is the look I achieved: I used the darkest shade of green on the outer corner, and then lined by eyes with it, I used Temptress which I used on my lips for the centre, and then Golden Lights highlighter from Makeup Revolution for the inner corner.

As you see here, I added eyliner (Gunmetal from Avon), I added some eyeshadow to my lower lash line, and also added some UV Eyeliner from Stargazer just in the center of my lower lash line. BUT, it doesn’t end here: I still have more to come, and I’m finishing off the face.

I go from kind of sweet and innocent looking to your favourite villain. This is where I know I need to up my game; the blood does need to be more, and I need to figure out how to contour well with green. For the contour, I went back to temptress as I could blend it out a lot more, then went to one of the greens from the discontinued pallette, and for the lips I used fake blood I got from Wilkos and a red lipstick from MUA.

To improve it, I am going to make it more bloody, make the blood a lot deeper, and I might see what I can do with a good red liquid lipstick and fake blood combination, but for a fire attempt, I am happy with it, and I’m really looking forward to improving on it.

Makeup is trial and error; nobody gets it perfect the first time, and makeup is supposed to be fun. I had great fun doing this, and I hoped you enjoyed seeing the journey and get inspired to try it out yourself. If you have any hints or tips for me, please let me know!

Stay safe and stay spooky, Angels!

Blogtober: Halloween Films
Category blogtober, film, Halloween, horror, october, Uncategorized, blog, blogger, blogging, blogtober 2017, blogtober ideas, daily blog, daily blogger, halloween films, halloween horror, horror film recommendations, horror films, horror recommendations, mini film reviews
Description: Hello Angels! Posting daily didn’t exactly work out as I planned; I’ve been busy, uninspired at times, and my WiFi is horrible at times. BUT, I’m still gonna join in, just not put pressure on myself to post. So, again, … Continue reading   more...

Hello Angels!

Posting daily didn’t exactly work out as I planned; I’ve been busy, uninspired at times, and my WiFi is horrible at times. BUT, I’m still gonna join in, just not put pressure on myself to post.

So, again, I’m here with the Halloween preparation. It’s my favourite time of year, and I am a horror fan. To the point where I am having an Edgar Allan Poe theme tattoo in December: the God of horror himself.

But that’s a different post for a different time. This post, I’m concentrating on films. I don’t usually talk about films on my blog, I’d prefer to rant about the Tube Car Sales men (reference from this post) Good Godly Girls (here and here) or many, many other topics (forgive my shameless promo).

Saying this, since mid August, this has been me:

So, without further hesitation, here are 31 Halloween Films:

  1. The Nanny- 1965
    This is easily the creepiest film I have ever seen, and it sticks with me even a good 5 years after first seeing it. Hammer Horror are the best creators of horror films, and this is an old film, but it would demolish half of the films that come out today due to the psychological elements in it, and the Nanny is TERRIFYING. 100% made me terrified of old women. 
  2. Dracula- 1931
    It has Bela Lugosi in it and he’s an icon. Fun fact: he started to lose his mind when he got older and would wear the cape around set because he thought he was Dracula. He didn’t drink blood, but he would shield his face with a cape. The man has my heart and made me love horror.

  3. The Exorcist- 1973
    It honestly doesn’t scare me that much, but I need it on the list just because it’s a cult classic. Horror films used to terrify me, but now, I’m just unfazed by most.

  4. The Exocism of Emily Rose- 2005
    This one was based on a true story which is why it’s on here, the fact that these sort of things happened to a child makes my stomach churn. Until I found out it was based on things that had actually happened, I was fine, I dare you to watch it and not get chills now knowing this.

  5. Nightmare Before Christmas- 1993
    Okay, not scary, but it has This is Halloween in it and that is the soundtrack to my life. It is both a Halloween film and a Christmas film, October until December this film is on repeat, one of my favourite ever films.

  6. The Ring- 2002
    Again, this one honestly doesn’t bother me, but it’s a cult classic and I can understand why people find it scary. I used to find children in horror films terrifying, but this was the first step I took to get over it. I can say it is a good film though, it just never scared me.

  7. Bram Stokers Dracula- 1992
    I’m a complete Dracula fangirl, we get it, stop judging. I didn’t used to like this film too much when I was younger, instead just blindly saying Lugosi was the best (him and Oldman are on par with great Dracula’s, I can’t choose between them anymore) but after rewatching I loved it. Though, I will say, I loved it more because of Keanu Reeves and his brilliant accent, he is a gift to the world and needs to be protected.

  8. The Sixth Sense- 1999
    Again, doesn’t bother me, but is a cult classic and you need to watch these classics at this time of year. I didn’t think that it was scary, and Georgia, who God bless her was terrified of pretty much all horror films at this point, also didn’t seem bothered by it. But, I can say the dead children that popped up were disturbing, and the ending (if you weren’t already aware of it) was a massive plot twist. It shocked Pops.

  9. Carrie- 1976 (also 1999)
    The book was good, the film was also good. Stephen King is a MASTER of horror (not Edgar Allan Poe, but he’s still bloody good). Carrie had moments that left me utterly shook, and the picture (1976) of her covered in blood? Bitch, that gave me chills. What honestly gets me about this is always the story rather than the effects, which is why the book works so well; there’s a story there.

  10. Let the Right One In- 2008
    This I expected to find terrifying, but I didn’t when I actually watched it. It’s more of a romance in parts than a horror, despite the elements of gore and horror in it. My brother got me it in 2010, and I didn’t watch it until about 2014 after looking at the cover of somebody hanging. Don’t judge a DVD by its cover, it is a gem.

  11. Halloween- 1978
    You think I was going to miss this out of a HALLOWEEN film list? Are you okay? If I didn’t, I would be asked to leave and never talk about Halloween films again, if it’s the the title, you’ve gotta watch it. 
  12. The Brides of Dracula- 1960
    It has Peter Cushing in it as Van Helsing, it has blood, it has vampires: it’s a good classic Hammer Horror film. If you can’t tell from this list, I’m a big fan of the older horror films; they didn’t rely on special effects, and they may not be that scary, but when you think that things were limited back then, what they managed was incredibly impressive.
  13. Dracula: Prince of Darkness- 1966
    I fucking love Dracula. I fucking love Christopher Lee. He doesn’t actually speak much in this film, and when asked why, he said this:
    “I didn?t speak in that picture. The reason was very simple. I read the script and saw the dialogue! I said to Hammer, if you think I?m going to say any of these lines, you?re very much mistaken.”
    The man is and always will be an icon, and is joining the God tier of horror. Also, have you heard his metal Christmas stuff? He’s my favourite person, fight me.
  14. Frankenweeine- 2012
    Again, not scary, but not all Halloween films have to be, do they? This is one of the rare recent Tim Burton films that I loved (he’s struggling recently, let’s be honest now, I love him too but). I thought it was incredibly charming, and it has a dog in it so I’m sold.
  15. Blacula- 1972
    I needed to, this is one of the funniest padodies of Dracula I have ever seen, and it’s honestly not too badly rated surprisingly… It’s not great, but it’s at least funny and made me chuckle.
  16. Scream Blacula, Scream- 1973
    Again, not all of them have to be scary, and these are Nicolas Cage level films, but they’re so bad they’re excellent. They’re perfect for after you actually have watched a terrifying film to remind you that they’re made up and THIS is also counted as horror/ thriller.
  17. Shadow of the Vampire- 2000
    Speaking of Nicolas Cage, he produced and helped direct this. I won’t say any more, we all know I love Nicolas Cage so I’m biased, but trust me, it’s worth a watch.
  18. Mom and Dad- 2017
    Nicolas Cage. Barks while swinging an electric saw at his son. Sings the Hokey Cokey while smashing a pool table with a sledgehammer.
    But, there is actually a terrifying story underneath the highlights of Cage and his incredible limbo between being a good and a bad actor but leaving you transfixed. When you think of the story, and the way it’s shot at times, it is actually chilling. Then Cage makes it okay again by being Cage.
  19. Beetlejuice- 1988
    Early Tim Burton films are an A*: this isn’t overly scary, but there are creepy moments to it. If you and your friends do not reenact the table dance, you need new friends.

  20. The Witches- 1990
    THIS IS ICONIC! Thank you to my mum for reminding me of it when I mentioned the list. This is surprisingly dark for a kids film, but let’s be real now, the book was also bloody dark at times: Roald Dahl was the master at children’s books for adults.

  21. Hocus Pocus-1993
    If you do not watch this every Halloween, turn on your location and let me fight you, BECAUSE THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST FILMS. If they dare actually remake this, I’m going to riot; you can’t beat utter perfection.

  22. The Addams Family- 1991
    The 90’s was the decade for family Halloween films, and also the year of Halloween films which I watch all year round and that shaped who I am today. It’s hilarious, there’s humour to cater for all tastes, and the characters hold a special and dear place in my heart.

  23. The Addams Family Values- 1993
    Same as the above: if they dare remake Addams Family, I will also riot then. Please leave the beloved 1990’s films alone, or you will have angry millennials on your arse.

  24. Casper Meets Wendy- 1998
    If you can’t tell, as the list goes on I’m just talking about beloved childhood Halloween films because the floodgates have opened. This one isn’t scary in the least, and if you’re babysitting it’s fine for that: it’s a film to watch after you’ve been terrified by another horror film and you need to be reminded that the world is not terrifying. Plus, it has Hilary Duff in it and she’s a queen.

  25. Corpse Bride- 2005
    Okay, this is literally only included for ‘Remains of the Day’ which could be a Halloween bop, (which is why I included it on my playlist here). Not all Halloween themed films have to be scary, and for me, I don’t find a lot of films that scary.*

  26. The Babadook- 2014 (based on the 2005 short)
    That being said, the Babadook did shake me. Psychological horror gets me more than the more gore based horror; it plays on your mind. Jump scares are over in a second, psychological horror lingers. They play upon fears which other films don’t, and at times you feel incredibly uncomfortable: it’s a great horror film, and seeing as it’s a more recent horror film, it surprised me how much I loved it.
    (Shout out to Jacob and Lauren who made me watch it)
  27. Blair Witch Project- 1999
    Okay, this one also isn’t that scary in my opinion, but it is a classic, and it does do something slightly different; it is like a mini documentary or vlog in some ways, and I can value them doing something different.
  28. Lost Boys- 1987
    This is a FUCKING GOOD vampire film. No, I wouldn’t class it as Halloween because I would watch it all year round, and it isn’t scary, but it’s just a really, really good film, and if you haven’t seen it you’re really missing out.
  29. Incredible Melting Man- 1977
    This film is appalling (look at IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes) but it’s excellent and Steve the monster is† an icon. You will laugh at it, you will struggle to understand it, but it’s a guilty pleasure film which always makes me smile… even if Steve is melting.
  30. Frankenstein- 1931
    CLASSIC HORROR. If you can’t tell, I like old horror, and Frankenstein is completely underrated.
  31. Zombieland- 2009
    This is just enjoyable as hell. I am a Woody Harrelson fangirl, and I love Jesse Eisenberg so this is just a perfect film for me- plus ZOMBIES. I do love a good zombie film, and with a mix of humour too, I’m a big fan.
  32. BONUS FILM: Shaun of the Dead- 2004
    I couldn’t have Zombieland and not have Shaun of the Dead. This film NEVER fails to make me smile, and it’s the perfect film to watch after you’ve watched something which has made you scared to sleep. It’s touching at times but with comedy and zombies, it’s a pretty good family friendly horror.

There were two rules I set myself: I had to see the film, and it couldn’t be one which I thought was terrible with no redeeming features to it. I had to enjoy the film in some way, or at least like a certain aspect of it. If you’re after really shitty horror, have this mini list:

  1. Unfriended
  2. Remake of the Ring
  3. Remake of Blair Witch Project
  4. Conjuring 2 (it was more laughable than scary)

*I am terrified of clowns, so no, IT was not be on this list; I’ve never seen it and honestly don’t plan on seeing it any time soon if ever.

Stay safe and stay spooky, Angels ?

Halloween Viral: Pumpkin Man
Category blogtober, funny, Halloween, october, Uncategorized, daily blog, daily blogger, halloween meme, halloween viral, halloween viral: pumpkin man, meme, pumpkin man, story behind pumpkin man, viral, viral videos, who is pumpkin man
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Hello Angels!

You really think I’d do my FIRST Blogtober (month, not post, don’t worry, I’ve not lost my mind) and not include anything about Pumpkin Man? That man is one of† my favourite things about October, I will never not laugh when I see a video.

So, the pumpkin man: who is he? I’ll link one of my favourite versions of the video here, but I’ll add a gif here:

So, this is him. The pumpkin man is a viral video that appears every Halloween. But where did he come from? Who is the person behind this iconic moment? Why is this a thing?

Well, it started one Halloween night.

The ?Pumpkin Dance? segment first aired on Omaha, Nebraska?s local news station KXVO at 10 PM, 31st of October 2006. Nobody knew why: there was no explanation: just a man in a black unitard and a pumpkin mask dances to the 1984 Ghostbusters theme. Apparently, there were no arguments about what they were doing or planning on doing, they just went for it, but I’ll get into that in a second.

The news program had a budget of $1,000 for the year to create 22 minutes of programming five nights a week. That’s clearly not that much, and so the news anchors and hosts would often improvise last-minute to fill out the show a little. They all often came up with ideas ready to go to in case they needed it padding out, and it was no different in the run up to Halloween. In this case, the idea came from Matt Geiler, the Pumpkin Man himself:

“I’ve got this one thing where I put on a unitard and a pumpkin head and dance at people’s graves. I want to call it ‘Happy Jack: The Grave Dancer.'”

He never expected it to go down well, but guess what?

It clearly did as it’s now a viral Halloween meme which is one of the more iconic things I’ve ever seen. I know that dance almost perfectly, and I have no shame in saying that.

But I digress: with his idea getting the go ahead, he picked up a unitard, cut a foam pumpkin decoration in half, then danced to Ghostbusters in front of a green screen for a few minutes. They pre-recorded the segment and featured it alongside live coverage the night of October 31, and an interesting fact is, Geiler himself was on either side of that segment, nobody the wiser, and nobody having a clue what the fuck was going on. And Pumpkin Man was born.

They put the video up on YouTube on November the 2nd, 2006 (and let’s have the reminder that YouTube was still new in 2006, I feel very old right now) and it went viral: everyone wanted to know what the fuck was going on, and people still do want to know what was going on. I mean, if you’ve seen it for the first time, wouldn’t you wonder why there was a man dancing in a black unitard with a pumpkin on his head?

They did the same thing at Christmas time (just as iconic, fight me) the same year, and to show how well it’s lasted, it was recently on America’s Got Talent.

There is no real big story behind Pumpkin Man in all honesty: it’s jut a man, who needed to fill up time on a news station, so decided to become a pumpkin. Apparently, nobody said it was a bad idea, and that’s because it’s not.

It was a fucking amazing idea.

Stay safe and stay spooky, Angels ?

My Paranormal Experiences
Category blogtober, Ghost, Halloween, horror, october, Uncategorized, blogtober ideas, daily blog, daily blogger, Ghost experiences, Ghost stories, Ghosts, Paranormal, Paranormal experience, real life, real life horror, real world
Description: Hello Angels! Yes, I am here with ANOTHER Blogtober post: this time, less made up stuff, and more stuff which is personal to me. Now, I know some people are going to mock me here or be a skeptic, but … Continue reading   more...

Hello Angels!

Yes, I am here with ANOTHER Blogtober post: this time, less made up stuff, and more stuff which is personal to me. Now, I know some people are going to mock me here or be a skeptic, but here’s the thing: I don’t care.

I have been aware of the paranormal all my life. When I was 3, I lived in a haunted house. I remember bits and bobs, but it was never nothing major, and a lot of it I do truly put down to an overactive imagination; I was a child, so some stuff may just be me with an imaginary friend. What was weird was the detail I’d go into: I’d know where things were, I could go into detail about people I never met (70% of the time I was right), and all the people seemed real to me. But again, it could have been coincidence, I could have overheard stuff: there are many explanations.

This one isn’t mine, but Pop’s, but it lowkey involves me. He was asleep and woke up, thinking I was sat on his legs: I often did this when I wanted him to wake up because I was bored. Instead of waking him up like a normal child, I’d just sit on his legs and wait for him to wake up, I was honestly creepy as hell as a child. But, he went to start talking to me, and it wasn’t me: it was a white blurry child, who bolted as soon as my dad saw them. There was similar times where he’d feel a weight on his chest and it’d be a child: it was as if this child was copying me and how I woke him up. As I got older, I think it stopped but I don’t know. All I know is, there was ghost children in that house, and weird stuff happened all the time.

In this house, I’ve had weird stuff happen to me, mostly in the past 2 years: there was a ghost I called Mildred. It was a little girl: she’d wake me up at night, I’d hear random ass nursery rhymes (if you know me, you know groups children singing nursery rhymes is the ones thing that freaks me the fuck out, I can’t handle that shit), things would be moved: harmless enough. I’ve not seen her in about 8/9 months, and it didn’t last too long. And before you say I was half asleep, or it was a TV or next door or sleep paralysis, here’s the thing honey: I was always wide awake when it happened, it was occasionally in the daytime, I’d checked before and the TV downstairs was off, my brother would be asleep, I’d be watching some YouTube drama, mum would be asleep, and there are no children next door on the side of the house my bedroom is, so miss me with that shit and let Mildred leave her mark.

Then, there’s been stuff recently: the other month, me and Pops were in the livingroom, TV off, and I had music on, he had Football on, but nothing that sounds like ‘Nia’. We thought we heard my mum shouting from upstairs, and when I yelled back, she was in the kitchen and hadn’t said anything. But, we both heard it from upstairs: we both have weird ears at times, but we both heard it clear as day. Then there’s the usual cats hissing at nothing and cold spots, but we have weird cats that also purr at walls and our house is incredibly drafty, so there is an explanation for them.

The other recent two are from early this year: the shop where I used to work was apparently haunted. The first time we saw something was when there was a kids party, and lets be honest, that is not a good time for ghosts to come out of the woodwork.
Or walls. Also not a good time to come out of walls.
But, a woman came in to tell me that there was a woman who had just walked up to the top floor, and had ignored her when she’d tried to talk. I left her with the kids while I went to go see, but the gate was locked, no people there. She couldn’t have gotten back down the stairs because she came in to get me immediately, and her adult daughter was still in the hallway when she came to get me, and she hadn’t seen anyone. When I told her it was probably the ghost (and I’ll admit, it was pretty casually, I stopped being overly freaked out about this stuff awhile ago), she had to sit down because she was scared. I was scared that she was going to have a heart attack and left her with my boss and went back to the hyperactive children.

The next one was one I saw with my own eyes: me, Georgia and Kate went there after school one day. The people there are vegan, Kate is vegan, so I thought it’d be good to introduce them properly. Nobody was there other than my uncle, and when you don’t know him, he’s terrifying enough, shout out to Ant for being petrifying. But, he took us on a tour of the building, and the second we got upstairs, the whole thing felt off. Usually, you do get a sense of uneasy up there, but this was major. Ant had been about to leave, so all the lights were off and the gate was locked. We got through the first few little rooms completely fine, but when we got to his, the light flickered, then literally exploded. To make matters worse, I saw a mans face in the window, and it was not Ant’s. I nearly passed out and I felt hella dizzy, but then went and bought a record. We then heard voices from around the building and quickly left.

Hope these shook you a little: watch your back, Angels!

Stay safe and stay spooky, Angels?

Halloween Chat-up Lines (and Anti Chat-up Lines)
Category blogtober, funny, Halloween, love, chat up lines, daily blog, daily blogger, halloween chatup lines, halloween pick up lines, humour, october, pick up lines, terrible chat up lines, terrible pick up lines
Description: Hello Angels! First if all, I’m sorry, I know I missed yesterday, but it was hectic, I’ll be sure to schedule a post for tomorrow, which will also be hectic! Okay, I know, this doesn’t look like my usual post, … Continue reading   more...

Hello Angels!

First if all, I’m sorry, I know I missed yesterday, but it was hectic, I’ll be sure to schedule a post for tomorrow, which will also be hectic!

Okay, I know, this doesn’t look like my usual post, but it’s going to be similar to me valentines day post (here): I give you a chat up line, and then also how to reject said chat up lines. Either way, I gotchu covered, don’t worry.

So, without further hesitation, here are some chat-up lines (and anti chat-up lines) for you:

  1. You won’t be needing the broom anymore, because you’ve already swept me off my feet
    REPLY: Then take the broom and fly off on it.
  2. You are dead sexy. Literally.
    REPLY: I wish I was dead after hearing that. Literally.
  3. Is that some candy in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
    REPLY: No, it’s a gun.
  4. I don?t know what the trick is, but you certainly are a treat.
    REPLY: The trick is you’re not getting the treat.
  5. That pirate outfit looks really hot on you. Wanna search me for buried treasure?
    REPLY 1: I don’t think even a digger could dig deep enough for that treasure.
    REPLY 2: Mate.
    REPLY 3: No, I’ve got enough booty. (BECAUSE CHAT YOURSELF UP BITCHES)

  6. Baby, I’m a necrophiliac, how good are you at playing dead?
    REPLY: Not as good as you’ll be if you don’t walk away now.
  7. Call me a pirate and give me that booty!
    REPLY 1: I’ll call you a pirate and also call you never.
    REPLY 2: How’d you feel about wearing two eye patches? Not good? Then walk away.
  8. Are you dressed up as a tree? Cause you?re giving me wood.
    REPLY: I’d say that was more of a splinter.
  9. I can see a date in our future.
    REPLY: I can see rejection in yours.
  10. I’m tired of this old broom. Got anything else I can ride?
    REPLY: The bus. Home. Because that line is shameful.
  11. That skeleton over there wanted to ask you for your number, but, unlike me, they didn?t have the guts.
    REPLY: Do they want mine after I throw them up after what you just said?
  12. There?s no trick in these pants.
    REPLY: There’s no treat from the looks of it either.
  13. Wanna see my little green thing?
    REPLY: No and you should go get that checked out.
  14. HULK SMASH?!
    REPLY: Not me he doesn’t.
  15. I was going to go as a ghost but you’ll get to see my sheets later.
    REPLY: Are you sure you’re not? Because you’re dead wrong.
  16. Hey, skeleton. You?re made up of 206 bones . . . want one more?
    REPLY: Do you want one less? No? Then never use that line again.
  17. That?s not a jawbreaker. THIS is a jawbreaker.
    REPLY: If you don’t walk away I can give you my very own jaw breaker and it’s not a treat in any way.
  18. No, that ISN?T a glo-stick in my pocket . . .
    REPLY: Then you must have a radioactive dick and to get that checked out.


I wanted to try and get it to 20, but I couldn’t find, think of or physically cope with anymore. I hope I gave you some chat up lines to use, and how to respond if any of them are used.


Stay safe and stay spooky, Angels! ?


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