At 8/20/08 11:15 AM, dadit wrote:
Hey cory lol i am having a prob with quoting.....lol typo typo typo...
Was that a reference of me making typos or was that one for you actually having trouble quoting. I can teach you if you really want to learn how to do it.
At 8/20/08 03:43 PM, BloodStrike21 wrote:
Have you ever heard the expression "an apple a day keeps the Doctor away?"
Yes, I have. I would eat an apple a day too if I had access to a red delicious apple. It's the only kind that I like to eat.
Most assume, with no reason to think otherwise, that it is simply an easy-to-remember rhyme that stresses the importance of eating healthily to young children. But the saying did not originate as a harmless reminder. It was born in a frontier town in the early years of the gold rush, where food was scarce and money even scarcer.
Very interesting. It's kind of like Ring around the Rosies. Not too many people know, but this is really about the Black Death. The rosies were people who had the black death and they would get a rash, which was rose in color. They believed posies could keep the black death away explaining pockets full of posies. Ashes, ashes, we all fall down represented how they would burn the bodies with the black death even if the people were still alive to stop the spread of the disease.
One August, when a bad drought had struck the region, a series of bloody killings swept through the town. Every night, a single house would be broken into, and anyone who saw the invader would be swiftly, brutally slain. Nothing was ever stolen, save for a few scraps of food.
Hm, interesting also. Almost directly related to the old saying. Nice.
After two weeks of this, the local grocer set out a few apples and a glass of milk in the town square overnight. He then hid in the tower of the church, hoping to catch a glimpse of anyone who came by.
That is one brave soul. I would hate to do that alone.
Fighting fatigue, the grocer waited for any sign of life below. Just after midnight, he was rewarded by a chilling sight; a man, carrying a black bag stuffed with dully shining metal tools and covered from head to foot in cloth bandages, staggered into view. He paused at the sight of the apples and milk, and then whipped his head around, as if looking for the one who dared to patronize him. Seized with fear, the grocer ducked out of sight, staying hidden 'til sunrise.
Lmao, I wonder what would of happened if he would of stayed shown and the man would of saw him.
The strange man had only taken one of the apples, and didn't even touch the glass of milk. No houses were broken into, and no one was killed. For decades, the town continued to place out an apple or two every night, even long after a single apple stopped disappearing.
Well to be honest this is where the story doesn't make much sense. Yeah, it goes with the apple thing, but if you were fighting for food wouldn't you take everything that you could find?
Nice story. Wierd why he didnt like milk. Who doesnt like milk? But one question, What doesthat picture have to do with your story. Anyway welcome, to the club, nd i love the beginning of your story. That first paragraph hooked me in. And was this set in the gold rush or was this a few years ago, i know you said that it started in thr gold rush but im not entirely sure.
Yeah, even if your story was fake I really enjoyed reading it. I allow fake stories too as long as people make sure to tell us that they are fake.
At 8/20/08 03:50 PM, dadit wrote:
Nice story. Wierd why he didnt like milk. Who doesnt like milk?
Please don't just post one worders like this. Milk is good for you anyway. >:(
At 8/20/08 04:34 PM, Ninja-Without-Sight wrote:
Alright, I have ANOTHER STORY. So, yesterday I went upstairs to do some work. WhenI got up the stairs, it felt really weird up there, like the air was thick or something.
Ah, I know that feeling. It's a weird feeling and I don't really like it when the air is thick like that. It usually isn't welcoming.
I didn't like the feeling I was getting, s I went back down. Later, midnightish, I went into my room to go to bed. My room felt the same as the hallway did. Then I heard something going tick tick tick on my desk, and a shadow appeared on the wall. I had my blinds open, so there was a pane of window or this to happen. But there were no trees that were close and directly in front of my window, and the thing kept moving down. So, I got out of bed and came back in, turning on all lights. I then turned the main light off, but left a pretty bright one on. Everything, including the feeling, stopped. That's about it.
That really does sound like something this time. It's hard for the mind to make up something such as the air getting heavy. I know the feeling and it generally isn't a good one. Something that draws all of the energy out of the air like that usually isn't good.
At 8/20/08 08:41 PM, IND658 wrote:
Ill make sure to keep posting Corky, or Corey, whichever you prefer to be called. NWS, what would you say the shadow in your room looked like?
You can call me whatever you want. I call a couple of people by their real name here, but that's just so I don't have to type out their alias every time.
At 8/21/08 01:30 PM, nataSNoose wrote:
i wish it was my story.
In a forum i was in,this one guy posted a link to this
I love paranormal phenomina and the occult so decided to post this at random.
the the one creepy statement i was intending to post on this club was this one from the same site...
A recent study by the National Psychiatric Institute in Boston, MA, concluded that no activity can account for the phenomenon known as nightmares. Whereas many dreams come from unconscious desires, most nightmares seem to come from an outside source independent of the individual. In fact, when subjects are asked to recall nightmares they are almost always found in the same memory section as actual physical memories, not the section where normal dreams are replayed. In other words, those aliens and creatures you see at night in your "dreams?" They're real.
A very interesting subject of course. I always thought that maybe nightmares were caused for a reason, but I also thought that dreams could be things that happened in past lives or things that will happen in the future. Of course not the really weird ones, but they might fit under the nightmare category.
btw this goth chicks hawt
Lol, more scary then hot.
At 8/21/08 04:32 PM, keyword wrote:
i just saw the music it was awsome i want a theme 2
Well I know the person that made it is very busy with more audio. When things quite down for him you should ask him to make you one.
That's my face. >:(
lol anyways i like it and i think it would make excellent fade out music (assuming im fading out VERY SLOWLY) lol 3 minute fade out
Yeah, he is actually going to add vocals to it and add a really long, fast solo where the audio repeats at the end. The ending is good for a movie that needs a quick beginning and then ambient music at the end.
At 8/21/08 04:38 PM, Ninja-Without-Sight wrote:
Is it just me or does annyone want to try something from the creepypasta link? I don't have any of those around, though. At least, the ones that aren't "life threatening"/ Chances are it's all bs, but it would be awesome if someone here tried the "Holder of the End" one. Check the link if you don't know what I mean.
Well when I get free time I will try some of these out, but I don't plan on coming back to the link so I will be relying on you to get it to the website whenever you have time so I can find it easier.
At 8/21/08 05:51 PM, nataSNoose wrote:
i want a doggy
Hm, that doesn't look like anything too much to me. Just the pattern perhaps.