Any one familiar with this guy's work?
Joshua Hoffine. This is one of his less-scary amages * evil cackle *
Pay him a visit for the really scary ones.......
And that's also what happens when kids don't share their toys....
I think I am going to delete this post. I didn't realize how many people will be threatening their children with this photo.
"Look - Mark says the monster under the bed will get you if you don't clean your toys up or learn to share."
Children all over the World will hate me
I already offered to print out a copy for a co-worker so she can show it to her two daughters...
Look, if it makes you feel any better, let's look at this way: The monster did that!!!! hehehehehhee (Her room is pretty neat to me except on the floor where the monster probably knocked all those blocks down)
Haha! If only the little girl in the photo had acted a little more terrified.
Yuk! Not nice stuff...I live alone and I have a vivid imagination...Will I dare go upstairs to bed...or out into the barn...yup good night all...zs
Ohh good one. No it doesn't, but that reminds me we DID have a super-soupy-poopy this morning...you know the kind where a diaper doesn't hold as much as you wished it could? ya...
But I'm thinking of a scarier picture...MUCH scarier. Scarier than Joshua Hoffine's pictures
That's about right. truly, to me the only worse smell is the grease trap at McDonalds.
Feast your eyes on the scariest picture on the web!
Well If I can dish it out, I certainly ought to be able to take it
I warned you guys they were scary
Such GOOD friends here; friends and monsters make the world go 'round.
Horror pictures are yucky. Sorry. I still can't get out the image of blood coming out from the shower. And babies and kids with gross things, just doesn't go well. (Shudder)
And for those of you still having trouble sleeping, here is a lovely little doll:
Lawls. Nice XD I like that one of that Mark dude, he is scary!! (jk)
I like the one with the little girl climbing down the basement stairs. I sometimes felt scared going up the stairs in our house when I was little. Only it wasn't under the stairs I was afraid of, it was the huge door to the huge old attic right at the top of the stairs.
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