I’ve come to embrace all the creepy awesomeness that is Halloween. One of these years, I’m gonna jump all skeleton-in and decorate like crazy. But I don’t understand why I’m getting creepy Halloween items in my social media feeds, when I haven’t searched for any Halloween-related items!!!
Because this mother-effin’ thing is haunting me:
We all know that Ring Around the Rosie is one twisted little kid's game about the Black Plague. If it really isn’t, it’s still morose. Anyhow, nice try on attempting to make this item sound cute:
I mean, if I really need any amount of creepy I can walk into any Walmart. Is that what Walmart is really advertising?
Scammers. They try to suck the benjamins right out of you every chance they get. Some are really savvy. With a majority of people using the Netflix platform, these toolbags probably think they've got a 90% chance of rippin' someone off.
Dear Netflix User,
Your Netflix has been temporarily suspended, due to some error detected on your billing details.
We urge you to CLICK HERE to confirm your billing details, so you can continue enjoying unlimted movies.
Netflix Billing Department.
Wait! I use Netflix! Holy sh*t! I need to contact them immediately. Oh, wait. Our account is in my hubby's name. Oh, and the email address is not even close to being legit:
Nice try. Go bottom-feed elsewhere...
So, I saw this cute little (really little) house for sale. It's on Otter Dr.
The only way I would live here is if an actual otter came with this house. Could you imagine? A pet otter!?!? I kinda think this is false advertising. Where are the damned otters!?!? LOL
Yup. This is how my mind works sometimes (most of the time).
Editor-in-chief Kathy Vogel shares what's on her mind... through her fingers.