you pick, either the funniest, or the scariest this or that...
heights or swimming in ocean
dog with peanut butter or three stooges
theres no way to do it wrong)
dog with peanut butter
having a friend eat a spoon full of flour
8 volt on the tongue?
alien (i guess)
run out of t.p. or all soapy and water turns off
all soapy and water turns off
snake charming or tiger hunting
by backporchstories 9 years ago
What is the scariest childhood memory, which still sticks with you today?I was about four or five years old when a lightening storm woke me up and my brother took me to a rocking chair in the living room, near the front door. As he was attempting to rock me back to sleep, the wind busted open...
by Diane Minton 10 years ago
What are the dark specks in our Peanut Butter?Are those things bugs that got crushed in the process or what.
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