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3691 clicks; posted to Main » on 31 Jul 2020 at 11:12 PM (2 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2 days ago  
Nothing can be scarier then 2020.
 
2 days ago  

Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.


Did Trump, Giuliani, Bannon, McConnell, and Barr have their lemon party already?
 
2 days ago  
Challenge accepted
 
2 days ago  
"We really rely on that money"

Death cult
 
2 days ago  

Summoner101: Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.

Did Trump, Giuliani, Bannon, McConnell, and Barr have their lemon party already?


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2 days ago  
Not for Vegans
 
2 days ago  

Summoner101: Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.

Did Trump, Giuliani, Bannon, McConnell, and Barr have their lemon party already?


They had a meatspinning good time.
 
2 days ago  

Walker: Summoner101: Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.

Did Trump, Giuliani, Bannon, McConnell, and Barr have their lemon party already?

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2 days ago  
After seeing The Exorcist on a drive-in screen 75 yards away, I can confidently say that you can be scared from 6 feet away.
 
2 days ago  

The Pope of Manwich Village: After seeing The Exorcist on a drive-in screen 75 yards away, I can confidently say that you can be scared from 6 feet away.


Lots of Stephen King movies worked too.

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2 days ago  
Jesus Christ. It's interesting how we will harm each other to the point we're doing. Money over everything single thing.  Meanwhile law and order types chomp at the bit to jail people. People brain washed just like all the mask-back-to-normal-idiot-robots.
Slaves sinking a ship in the Atlantic make more sense than half the dummies in America in 2020. WTF
 
2 days ago  
How about from six feet under?
 
2 days ago  
Fark favorite BenGarrison has a haunted house?
 
2 days ago  
losing haunted houses seems like it belongs in the positive column along with lighter traffic.

/ don't like what you like
 
2 days ago  
I kinda wanted the world to end back in April but now I'm over it.
Go ahead and get coronavirus if you want there's not much else going on.
 
2 days ago  
Sure, it's easy to scare someone from six feet away. Every time I see a maskless person approach me, I flip out!
 
2 days ago  
How about have a raffle of other kind of find raiser instead? Like a Give Us Money So We Can Respond To Your Emergencies drive?
 
2 days ago  

Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.


Done in one.

Let's hope Trump re-elected ti second term isn't one of the scares
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
Well at least COVID's shifting some of the blame off of millenials.
 
2 days ago  

Walker: Nothing can be scarier then 2020.


Does 2020 scare you?

Haven't felt scared - just in awe that 4 years after 2016 the stupidity has yet to bottom out

Dare To Be Stupid (live) - "Weird Al" Yankovic
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2 days ago  
The virus had really punched it's fist deep up the ass of just about every holiday we have on the calendar.

Halloween just won't be able to function because no one's going to let their kids trick-or-treat around the neighborhood.

Thanksgiving is likely going to be just immediate family members (assuming we don't have a turkey shortage like we do with just about every farking thing else). No idea if Macy's will have a parade this year (imagine trying to keep social distancing in those types of crowds).

Ditto for Christmas, where Bezos is gonna make out like bandit when everyone is more likely to shop online than ever before.

And back to New York for a very sparse looking New Year's Eve ball drop.
 
2 days ago  
This could have been a truly epic Halloween this year:

Saturday Night.
We set our clocks back an hour.
Full moon (and a blue moon, to boot!).
 
2 days ago  

geoduck42: <Far Side how nature says do not touch.jpg>


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2 days ago  
At least on Halloween masks feel normal. I expect plague doctor and sexy plague doctor to be popular with the little ones
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  
Imagine having to go to a local theme park to feel fear in 2020. Maybe in 1990 or 2000, but if you own a computer or cell phone & aren't checking headlines daily, you are the minority at this point. The rest of us are shiatting our pants by 10am. Zombies would be a welcome relief at this point.
 
2 days ago  
Its not that hard. At a nighttime party, light off a 2 inch peice of cannon fuse (cannon or fireworks not needed) and toss it into a crowd. Theyll scatter quickly...
 
2 days ago  
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2 days ago  

mike4688: Imagine having to go to a local theme park to feel fear in 2020. Maybe in 1990 or 2000, but if you own a computer or cell phone & aren't checking headlines daily, you are the minority at this point. The rest of us are shiatting our pants by 10am. Zombies would be a welcome relief at this point.


This
 
2 days ago  

mike4688: Imagine having to go to a local theme park to feel fear in 2020. Maybe in 1990 or 2000, but if you own a computer or cell phone & aren't checking headlines daily, you are the minority at this point. The rest of us are shiatting our pants by 10am. Zombies would be a welcome relief at this point.


Seriously. There's only been one day in the last four years that I haven't checked the news, and that's only because I skipped over it on a plane crossing the international date line.
 
2 days ago  
Garrison?
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2 days ago  

skipping non-voting comment in contest thread: Not for Vegans

Except we have plenty of evidence antifa exists. 10846343/127611496

 
2 days ago  
Silly me. And here I thought it was a story about non-masked MAGAts refusing to stay away from people, getting up close and personal, ripping off masks and coughing in faces.

Which is coming, trust me on this. Because that would really trigger the libs.
 
2 days ago  

AAAAGGGGHHHH: The virus had really punched it's fist deep up the ass of just about every holiday we have on the calendar.

Halloween just won't be able to function because no one's going to let their kids trick-or-treat around the neighborhood.

Thanksgiving is likely going to be just immediate family members (assuming we don't have a turkey shortage like we do with just about every farking thing else). No idea if Macy's will have a parade this year (imagine trying to keep social distancing in those types of crowds).

Ditto for Christmas, where Bezos is gonna make out like bandit when everyone is more likely to shop online than ever before.

And back to New York for a very sparse looking New Year's Eve ball drop.


The virus had really punched it's fist deep up the ass

That is the kind of word picture that really, really, makes it easy to understand the point the author is trying to get across.
I will spend the rest of today thinking of books that should include that phrase somewhere.
Certainly anything by Jane Austen should have it included at least once. I also think Dr Seuss books may have it penciled in occasionally. How-to books, say, regarding basketball rebounding skills...and even cookbooks...all shall benefit from your contribution.
Thank you from rescuing me from a rainy day full of crossword puzzles, as well as enlivening the lives of librarians for a generation to come.

The virus had really punched it's fist deep up the ass

Beautiful.
 
2 days ago  

AAAAGGGGHHHH: The virus had really punched it's fist deep up the ass of just about every holiday we have on the calendar.

Halloween just won't be able to function because no one's going to let their kids trick-or-treat around the neighborhood.

Thanksgiving is likely going to be just immediate family members (assuming we don't have a turkey shortage like we do with just about every farking thing else). No idea if Macy's will have a parade this year (imagine trying to keep social distancing in those types of crowds).

Ditto for Christmas, where Bezos is gonna make out like bandit when everyone is more likely to shop online than ever before.

And back to New York for a very sparse looking New Year's Eve ball drop.


Halloween seems like the most social distancable of those. No parties for the adults, but trick-or-treating in small household groups to houses with candy bowls left on the driveway (with or without the homeowners chilling 6+ feet away) seems reasonable to me. Wipe the candy wrappers down when they get home. Plus, masks are totally traditional for Halloween!

You can have Thanksgiving without turkey, if it comes to it -- and anyone in a position to be doing so has a lot to be thankful for to warrant the celebration, even if they aren't with 20 gajillion extended family members. You know, what with the "we've survived 11/12 months of 2020!" vibe.
 
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