Thursday, October 17, 2013

Hilarious haunted house reaction photos

HEY YA'LL instead of giving the tired old blog post intro of OMG IT'S BEEN SO LONG SINCE MY LAST POST that I have used for the last, like, a bajillion posts, I will just get right down to bidness (business).

And that business (bidness) is OH HEY it is October and that means Halloween is a relevant thing right now! Hurray! Actually I never do anything for Halloween (because I am lame) so I don't even really care, haha. But candy is real cheap at the store and there are more cat-themed things around than usual and maybe I can find a badass corn maze to EXPERTLY NAVIGATE MY WAY THROUGH. I am not even joking, I sprint through corn mazes. And then have to wait forever for the rest of my friends to make it out. (The secret is to follow one wall alllll the way around until you make your way out. Trufax.) (Now I've just ruined corn mazes for everyone, lolz.)

Besides corn mazes, another thing that pops up during Halloween season: haunted houses! (Sometimes both at once, combined! Gasp.) I kind of like haunted houses because I like screaming really loud and clutching desperately to my friends in abject terror, but I also dislike haunted houses because I am very skittish and do not particularly enjoy having 50+ heart attacks in a row. However, I definitely like looking at the hilarious reaction photos taken at the Nightmares Fear Factory haunted house in Niagara Falls, Canada. In case you don't know, this haunted house is famous not only for apparently being the oldest haunted house in North America in continuous operation, but even more so for taking photos of visitors at a particularly scary part of the attraction and then posting the pictures online for all to laugh at.

Here is a selection of some of my favorite photos of random terrified people!

I wonder what my photo would look like if I went to this haunted house...probably nothing because I would be curled up on the ground below the camera in fetal position. :P

via Buzzfeed, Mashable, and of course, NFF's Flickr