Do you think you’ll be able to read some of the famously-crappy creepypastas (“who was phone,” “and then a skeleton popped out,” etc) as Goofy attempting to tell scary stories to his son, Max? Bonus points if Goofy winds up terrified by telling them.
I’ll take any excuse really to read a bad creepypasta.
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I hope this is as fruitful as the Harry Potter one.
this man is amazing
My Neighbor Totoro, 1988
I’m actually watching this with my kids right now. :3
light rain (◡‿◡✿)
heavy rain (◕‿◕✿)
The child wakes up, expecting to see a familiar face of terror before him, but what he sees is a white emptiness, gently carrying him away from the burning house.
It wasn’t the face of a monster, unlike the one in his home; who leave its painful marks on his fragile body, who hurt his mom until she died of grief, and unable to help him… no it was pale white, eyeless but he find it comforting.
“Just like those dummies in the mall where mom used to take me to…” he thought.
He held tightly on his ghostly savior, and close his eyes to sleep in his arms, as he was taken far away from his burning home, from the monster, and into the forest.
Tumblr, turning a terrifying urban legend into a misunderstood saviour.
OH I LIKE THIS MUCH BETTER
so let me get this straight
if Slender Man is a good guy who goes after child abusers and child molesters
IN SLENDER YOU ARE THE MONSTER
HE IS THE HERO AND YOU ARE THE DEMON HE’S HUNTING DOWN TO SAVE A CHILD
A CHILD WHO PROBABLY FEARS HIM AND DREW THOSE NOTES THAT BLEW AWAY IN THE WIND AND GOT STUCK ON TREES AND YOU HUNT HIM DOWN LIKE THE SCUM YOU ARE AND SLENDY SAVES THE DAY
IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW
THAT’S WHY YOU CAN’T WIN
AND WHY THE NOTES SAY THOSE THINGS
LIKE TO GO AWAY
YES THIS IS GOOD
THIS IS SO MUCH BETTER
OH GOD YES
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