These guys probably walked all up into the Nightmare Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Canada, thinking they were too tough for this. Well, now they are in a conga line of terror, gripping to each other like frightened children.
Well, who says that the man should be the one to protect his lady? We are living in the age of new wave feminism. Now if a demented clown wielding an axe comes running at you, you can hide behind your girl.
If these guys are going to need to start running, they’ll be in trouble. This family is so entangled that they’ll trip before they even get out the door. We all know what happens to people who trip in horror movies.
This is the look my grandma makes when I try to walk around the house without wearing slippers. This is also the look she makes when I refuse to have another serving of food. For her, both those things are terrifying.
Oh, boy. The eardrum-piercing screams that bellowed out of those tiny cheerleaders probably broke every piece of glass in the Fear Factory. The employees probably go home with ringing ears every night.
This boy is me when I go to a haunted house. Like, come on people. You know it’s all staged. It’s just some kid in scary makeup. He’s probably going to go outside after his shift and smoke a cigarette and regret the choices he’s made in his life that have led him to this point.
These two big boys are barely phased. These guys look like they’re about to break into a jazzy acapella remake of “Monster Mash.” The only thing scary about this picture is how terribly off-key they are.