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And what are you going to do if they actually WANT to play Candyland?!
But, my cat DOES boss me around...
m..suggest a drinking game of strip candyland...i once played a shooter game of strip scrabble with my wife on christmas eve....it was a disaster.
they all think i;m crazy, but they will soon see . . . YES, they will SEE!
yes izzy *backing away slowly* we all DO think you're crazy *backing away faster* but a nicer way to say that would be "they all think I'm creative and have an active imagination" *is gone*
Strip Twister is my favorite.
Meh, I got better ideas. My current favourite is to lean close to someone and sniff them, and then comment on what they smell like. (Licking would be even better, but you might get nailed for assault.)
No, you see the worst possible senario is when you ask them to play CandyLand they pull out a serious CandyLand competition hat and say "Let's get it on!!!!!"
"Just say whatever you're thinking at the time. Believe me, it will be plenty crazy enough" too true
Also, you can sneak up behind people and say 'HI!' as loud as possible. It more scares than creeps out, but its stil fun.
Erm, but I already do all that... Crap, that may explain my lack of friends...
OMFG! This is the funniest one I've read! I almost peed myself!
Or did I?
alternately, you could just silently stare at them like the guy scott's trying to creep out.
I already mutter to myself.
Or so it seems.
I'm actually talking to my imaginary cat.
At least one of me is not schizophrenic.
It also helps to occasionally giggle under your breath or burst into as loud a laugh as you can manage at sometjing completely innapropriate;
Priest: Ashes to ashes, dust to d-Scott: EeeeheeehaHAHAHAHAA!
To be creepy, all u have to do is stare off into space with an angry look on your face, and avoid eye contact. You don't need to say a word. I'm an expert!
The janitor at the factory where I use to work creeped me out. He would stare at us from a distance with this dead look on his face, and in the summer he wore shorts over his overalls.
No apostrophe in "thinks."
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