How I did it: We fed a Reese's to one of the clowns who was trying to scare us (he was bored i think, we literally opened it for him and everything), one of our friends was tripping face so we made him lead our group, and we walked around downtown getting breakfast at the Waffle House afterwards.So it was a good night :)
Read how I did it… 18 months ago
The haunted house wasn't as scary as I thought it would be because they couldn't touch us, so that little nugget of information got me through it pretty non-terrified. The worst parts were either when we were in the front or when there was a small uphill part (cause that was hard to walk on for me). Also, I'd recommend having someone to hold onto, it makes you feel a little more secure and able to enjoy the show!
I’ve only been to a few small haunted houses when I was younger and was in one as a psycho ballerina once so this should be interesting. I’ll be going w/ my boyfriend and one of his friends so at least I’ll have someone to hold onto or to shield my eyes if it really does get too scary. Though HE could turn out to be a wimp. I guess we’ll find out!
I’m curious to see how I react to all the gore and stuff since the accident has made me quite a sensitive wuss. We went driving in the snow and it really really really scared me way more than it should have. I read that there will be open elevator shafts which SCARES THE FUCK OUT OF ME. Seriously.
Alas, I guess I will conquer a lot of fears tonight. Tell you how it goes tomorrow O.O 18 months ago