Demon babies and crying Sisters- Julianna Myers(4 acts?)
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In every elementary school there was always a handful of kids who went through the cringey phase of attempting to look cool by doing "mature" things. Some things such as Staying up over 10 pm, walking somewhere by yourself, and watching horror movies.
I stayed up til 10:05 and i drank champagne on New Years while watching nightmare on sesame street Im just so mature
Well, Patting off my shoulders and straightening my imaginary bowtie can say that I was never one of these kids. I didnt brag about anything I mean yeah, I was that one kid that cried at everything and had one friend but I mean at least I never bragged, right?! I actually watched scary movies and enjoyed the plot however My best Friends little sister didnt.
@me watching horror movies
My best Friend, Isabella and I had a routine for every weekly sleepover we had. We would pile up on snacks and watch scary movies we found on Netflix. Isabella's younger sister, Sophia insisted she was old enough to join us so we let her and we acted as if nothing was out of the ordinary and piled on snacks as we prepared for our marathon of scary movies. We had decided to let Sophia choose the movie because everyone knows their limits right???
Throughout the movie we were all pretty okay and no one showed signs of wanting to scream or rip their eyes out until one particular scene. In this scene there were babies of demonic colors waddling around with glowing eyes. If you couldn't tell by the way I described it me and Isabella started dying of laughter and we thought Sophia was too until we looked over and she was crying niagara falls scrunched into a pillow. She had nightmares that night and according to her mom she faced "traumatization". Lesson Learned, dont try to be something you're not because eventually your true colors will come out and you'll get nightmares.
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