We all do this. except we're not all .. He's running so the darkness cannot fully consume his physical body. just kidding it already has dark dork Derk derek
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#2 - aleksandurp (02/04/2013) [-]
He's running so the darkness cannot fully consume his physical body.






just kidding it already has
User avatar #3 - mrmuffins (02/04/2013) [-]
I waited for my nephew to do that and once he did i chased him up the stairs. He tripped and i dragged him down, he pissed himself
#4 - wrinklynewt ONLINE (02/04/2013) [-]






because you know whats coming for you
#8 to #4 - anon (02/05/2013) [-]
Story time: My first nightmare I had scared the **** out of me so much I still remember it. I was playing in my back yard and a huge black wolf was walking down the hillside (I live in WV and we were surrounded by nothing but woods/hills). I was frozen with fear and it looked up and saw me, snarled and then jumped to attack me. Woke up in a puddle of fear piss. Never went into our back yard again unless forced to by parents to "Get sunlight."

Flash forward about ten years. Had a dream I was on a hayride out past where I used to live. We lived in the holler and it was all family along our road. Hayride ends near our church and everyone is there sitting around a campfire. Join them. Somethings up. Everyone is sitting like a statue. Straight ahead, not blinking, no sound. I stand back up and look around. Directly behind me. ******** .jpeg. Same wolf from my childhood nightmares, snarling and staring right at me. Try to tell myself it's just a dream. Don't wake up. It knocks me over and bites into my stomach. I look down and it's eating my guts. Start having a **** fit so hard I wake up screaming. I was sweating profusely and for a split second thought I was still dreaming and grabbed my stomach. What was actually sweat, I thought was blood, so I started screaming yet again. Then had the biggest sigh of relief I have ever had in my entire life.

The movie The Grey, people can say it was **** all they want, but that movie scared the ever-living **** out of me. Especially when they were running to the tree line and they were coming in the distance. That ******* wolf is the reason I run to my car when it's dark and the reason I hate living in the country anymore.


TL:DR Your picture scares the **** out of me more than you will ever be able to comprehend.
#9 to #8 - wrinklynewt ONLINE (02/05/2013) [-]
and this has been coolstorytime, with anon
#11 to #8 - EdwardNigma ONLINE (02/05/2013) [-]
Listen here, if you ever return to this comment Mr Anon, heres what you do.

You get yourself to induce another dream with that ************ . Then when it comes time to the showdown with that little **** , you quickly realise you're in a dream then when that happens, supposedly you could control the dream. This might not work the first time though, so keep trying. When it works, thats when you summon yourself the spear of Odin and you charge and that ************ and stab it good. You murder the **** out of that wolf. Then poof, the fear is over. You have conquered your fear, you have sent it back into hell and if it comes back you'll be ******* READY.
#12 to #11 - anon (02/05/2013) [-]
I actually do check back on my comments and I had never considered that. I had looked into Lucid dreaming a while back but only to fly around and such while sleeping. But this might actually work. Thank you EdwardNigma.
#10 to #8 - eyemeralds (02/05/2013) [-]
I like it.
Sorry I can't compare. The only nightmares I had as a kid was being attacked by evil trees that were induced from the Snow White movie and H. R. Pufinstuf
User avatar #6 - occamsrazor (02/04/2013) [-]
Have a switch at bottom and top of stars, I'm not a goddamn caveman
User avatar #5 - thepastryistrue (02/04/2013) [-]
Not at the Super Bowl.
User avatar #7 - xkmarcus (02/04/2013) [-]
Holy **** , that t-shirt can float!
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