• 2 years 9 months ago
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    git_out_of_ur_box wrote:
    Not sure the most but I remember running out of the room every time Bruce Banner would start to change into the Hulk. I'd come back to watch after he was done transforming.
    I defo need to see that!
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      Nick jr. Face scares the crap outta me. Reply if he did too and tell why.:o:-O
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        ducktalesfan1977 wrote:
        Anyone remember the show Lidsville? When they go inside the hat, that's what scared me as a kid.

        ...damn 50s shows...
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          Oh, boy... :roll:

          I wouldn't bump too many old threads if I were you. It's a good way to get picked on.
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            Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
            ducktalesfan1977 wrote:
            Anyone remember the show Lidsville? When they go inside the hat, that's what scared me as a kid.

            ...damn 50s shows...

            From the article "Depraved Dollies" - "In Lidsville, you can really flip your lids!" :lol::shock:
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              Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
              Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
              ducktalesfan1977 wrote:
              Anyone remember the show Lidsville? When they go inside the hat, that's what scared me as a kid.

              ...damn 50s shows...

              From the article "Depraved Dollies" - "In Lidsville, you can really flip your lids!" :lol::shock:

              Actually, I did a search, and it's really "Everybody who goes to Lidsville really flips their lid!" :shock::lol:
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                voltron82 wrote:
                kacyh812 wrote:
                What scared me when I was little was "killer klowns from outer space." I rented it awhile ago and it was pathetically stupid, but i am still afraid of clowns.


                classic!!:cool:

                classic!!8)
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                  ^

                  JESUS CHRIST

                  learn to put multiple quotes in one reply!
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                    Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
                    Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
                    Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
                    ducktalesfan1977 wrote:
                    Anyone remember the show Lidsville? When they go inside the hat, that's what scared me as a kid.

                    ...damn 50s shows...

                    From the article "Depraved Dollies" - "In Lidsville, you can really flip your lids!" :lol::shock:

                    Actually, I did a search, and it's really "Everybody who goes to Lidsville really flips their lid!" :shock::lol:

                    Who cares? Control your bumping urges like the rest of us.
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                      We're off-topic. Let's get back on what scared us as a child.
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                        ReedsRetroMommy wrote:
                        THIS scared me. It's A small world at disney world.... I was really scared of puppets and such.... I have goosebumps watching this clip... ewww.

                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCAlsNmRLRU&search=disney%20world%20rides

                        and the burger king king
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                          ReedsRetroMommy wrote:
                          mr3urious wrote:
                          ReedsRetroMommy wrote:
                          I was terrified of ET (and I mean terrified... panic attacks and all) until age 12. I was also quite scared of gremlins... ummm.... I dont really know what else. I was scared of almost all the intros or bumpers whatever on my videos... The FHE logo was the worst... But I was also scared of the Disney one with the blue castle for a long time. Wow.... Is there an option for "everything"??? I was a wimp!


                          Which FHE logo scared you? The one with the Alka-Seltzer tablet in space, the one with the handwriting pad, or the one with the paintbrushes?


                          The one with the writing pad was the worst for me... Damned synthesizer.... :x

                          the king scares you
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                            Mental Blade wrote:
                            With me, It was the Child's Play movies of the early 90's and 80's. :(


                            are you afraid of the dark lol the episode where the kid steals the clowns nose me and my sister as kids use to tell everyone it was "the scariest episode ever" lol its not even scary tho if u watch it! Also just the intro to Are you afraid of the dark.

                            UNSOLVED MYSTERIES!!! The stories they did about ghosts and stuff and the theme music scared the crap out of me, especially if nobody was home and i watched it by myself!

                            As well as America's Most Wanted, the early days in which the shows were a bit more darker then they are now, when the show first started. You can kind of get an idea of how it use to be from the parody of the show they do on The Simpsons episode with the babysitter bandit. Don't remember what the episode is called but it use to be like that "WARNING THIS PERSON IS ESCAPED, KILLS PEOPLE AND WILL MURDER YOU!!! IF YOU HAVE ANY INFO PLEASE CONTACT JOHN WALSH!" ....lol something like that plus freaky music.

                            The part on Pee-Wee's Big Adventure where he hitches a ride with the trucker and she tells him a story about a car crash and she goes "and when they dragged her body out of the car accident her face looked....JUST.....LIKE....THIIIS!!!!" and then she makes that freaky face with her eyes popping out of her head and stuff,

                            The move Arachnophobia. It still scares me, Spiders are the only thing I'm afraid of today but man I hate them. Well that and getting older, aging/death. I hate watching 1000 ways to die it gives me a morbid feeling.

                            My gf's afraid of alf to this day and i love him so she gets mad at me for having alf toys or episodes lol.....my sister is also scared of ET.

                            The Demented Mankind use to freak me out when he first debut in WWF wrestling.
                            The Shining, I had a Beta version that my parents use to own. I use to watch it when I was very young and I love it but it scared the crap out of me!
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                              I seen this, what i believe was, an are you afraid of the dark episode in which this kid's ghost comes out of what i thought was a volcano or something. I don't remember fully, but i had night mares for weeks. Then they just stopped.ha-ha
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                                Furienna wrote:
                                And there was also one episode, where Widget was turned into a "primitive world watcher", a Neanderthal version of his species. God, I hated that one too!
                                I also remember an episode of what I now believe must be "Justice League". Superman and Wonderwoman had to be shrinked, so they could be injected into another hero's body. They travelled in a little spaceship-like vehicle through this guy's veins from his leg up to his brain. I was uncomfortable with this from the beginning, but when they were getting to the heart, I had to get my sister, who was eleven years older than me and already an adult at this point. I couldn't continue watching the show without her by my side.

                                I need to see these two episodes. What are they about? Give me every detail. What are they called? And youre right about that widget ep. :shock:
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                                  Nickelodeoninthe90s wrote:
                                  Furienna wrote:
                                  And there was also one episode where Widget was turned into a "primitive world watcher", a Neanderthal version of her species. God, I hated that one too!

                                  And you're right about that Widget ep. :shock:

                                  Really? Widget from "Wow Wow Wubbzy" is a world watcher? Or should I say "primitive world watcher"? :lol:
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                                    videos4ever wrote:
                                    Sesame Songs: Monster Hits!
                                    LOL!
                                    It did!

                                    LOL! :lol: What was the most scariest part?
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                                      P-R-I-M-I-T-I-V-E W-O-R-L-D W-A-T-C-H-E-R, Furienna!:D
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                                        I was a pretty wimpy kid, I must admit, so I was scared of most things. But I was super petrified of ALF and E.T. I used to think that Alf was coming to get me, that he lived at the park, and every night I slept at home he would come one block closer to get me and eat my cats. So I would have to sleep at my grandma's to break it up haha. And I had a E.T. poster that I used to keep in the basement and purposely scare myself with. I was also, for some bizarre reason, scared of Polkaroo. And, even more crazy, I was scared of the intro to the Andy Griffith Show (I think that's the one), with the whistling. My grandpa would always watch it and I'd have to hide when the theme song played.
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