Thread: What scared you the most as a child?

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    • 7 years 4 months ago
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    Brak Presents The Brak Show Starring Brak (one-off/special), or The Brak Show (which was longer-running)? 'cause the first one ruled. The other one, not so much.

    Zorak on the other one was just lame, like everything about that show. I could see how you would say he was creepy but I just thought he sucked. I don't remember how (or even if) he was on Presents.
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    With me, It was the Child's Play movies of the early 90's and 80's. Those movies scared the crap out of me. One of my friends owned those dolls and I couldn't sleep or go in his room. I actually had to go home in fear. I don't fear him anymore. However, seeing a doll kill someone at the age of 8 can scar you for a good while.


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    it's funny

    Are you scared of bees? or were you as a child?
    I'm not sure I get it. Is it like Wicker Man? Where did you get the pic?
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    don't get me started on chucky i had nightmares that my action figures all came to life and was trying stab me. and freddy scared me until i was 15 i mean if you sang the the freddy theme around me you would get a busted nose.
    and i beat the hell out of my brother who was dressed as jason one year and i attacked his best friend who was dressed as ghostface people stopped scareing me after awhile.
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    don't get me started on chucky i had nightmares that my action figures all came to life and was trying stab me. and freddy scared me until i was 15 i mean if you sang the the freddy theme around me you would get a busted nose.
    and i beat the hell out of my brother who was dressed as jason one year and i attacked his best friend who was dressed as ghostface people stopped scareing me after awhile.


    I would not see Chucky if it was the last horror franchise on earth and I don't do horror
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    That image reminds me of a scary voice the other day saying yes while i was watching Hewy's animated movie review of Brave and i wanted to stop watching the video
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    Katz from Courage the Cowardly Dog. I was afraid that he was in my closet at night, with those glowing yellow eyes...
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    Quote by Nickelodeoninthe90s
    Katz from Courage the Cowardly Dog. I was afraid that he was in my closet at night, with those glowing yellow eyes...


    That theme music of his scared me
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    Child's Play movie sacred me the most as a kid growing up!!...
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    Katz from Courage the Cowardly Dog. I was afraid that he was in my closet at night, with those glowing yellow eyes...


    That theme music of his scared me

    Now to me its sounds like rap music.
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    Katz from Courage the Cowardly Dog. I was afraid that he was in my closet at night, with those glowing yellow eyes...


    That theme music of his scared me

    Now to me its sounds like rap music.


    That's why it was scary
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    That theme music of his scared me

    Now to me its sounds like rap music.


    That's why it was scary

    Were you scared he was in your closet at night?
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    Now to me its sounds like rap music.


    That's why it was scary

    Were you scared he was in your closet at night?


    Let me think, NO!
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    I was terrified of Koosh Balls. My sister collected them, and convinced me that they were alive. She liked throwing them at me.

    LOL!
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    I was terrified of Koosh Balls. My sister collected them, and convinced me that they were alive. She liked throwing them at me.

    LOL!


    What the heck are those
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    I was terrified of Koosh Balls. My sister collected them, and convinced me that they were alive. She liked throwing them at me.

    LOL!


    What the heck are those

    None of your business
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    Quote by retroman
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    I was terrified of Koosh Balls. My sister collected them, and convinced me that they were alive. She liked throwing them at me.

    LOL!


    What the heck are those

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