I like scary things.
I like scary movies — not gory, mind you, but scary. I saw all three Paranormal Activity films (even the last one which spit all over the franchise) and can’t wait for Daniel Radcliffe’s new venture The Woman in Black.
The trailer totally creeps me out.
I like scary TV shows, too. American Horror Story is easily the spookiest thing I have ever seen on television (next to Dark Shadows from my childhood days).
Being scared — if only for an instant — is big fun.
But getting a friend request from your unborn child on Facebook? That’s sick scary….as in just a little too real to laugh about later.
But that’s how Olla Condoms, a Brazilian company, has chosen to market their products. They randomly select men on Facebook, create a fake profile for their unborn sons and then send friend requests with the message “Avoid surprises like this. Use Olla Condoms.”
It reminds me of a Halloween card that Shoebox had in their line years ago — they may still. It featured a women on the cover saying, “For Halloween, I wanted to send you the scariest card I could find.”
Inside it said, “I’m pregnant.”
Talk about scary — I couldn’t even hold the card in my hand.