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GALATIA, IL — I’m sure some will rag on these parents, but I think they’re cool as hell, even if their Halloween prank turned serious for a few moments. Police say a couple decided to pull a prank on their two kids, ages 6 and 8, by staging a “murder” in their home. When the two kids walked in and saw the fake murder scene, they hauled ass to the neighbors before their parents could stop them. “The 911 caller identified himself and indicated the neighbors’ children had come to the house and said there’d been a murder or their mother had been strangled by Michael Meyers [sic],” Brown said. “There are Meyers that live in this area, and obviously we take any 911 call seriously.” When the police got to the home, they found everyone was fine and that it had just been a prank that got out of hand. I’m evil so I am still sitting here laughing thinking of those two kids leaving brown streaks all the way to their neighbor’s front door. Some are already questioning the parents pulling a prank on kids that age, and I say lighten up. It’s Halloween for god’s sake. My mom did that crap to me and my brother all the time when we were younger and it was a blast. Of course she paid for it later when we were older and the tables were turned.

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  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    That’s just friggen awesome! I would totally do this to my kids. Or my parents. Or anyone elses kids. This is what Hallowe’en is about and why it is my favourite holiday. Screw all these non-scary, pretty, frilly, sexy or kid-friendly costumes.

    On Hallowe’en night, I dress as a prop and leave a bucket of candy out with a sign that says “Help yourself”. It’s hilarious to watch kids get excited, thinking they’ve hit the motherload. I scare the crap out of them and their parents just as they’re reaching in. If I make even one kid cry, it’s worth it.

  • Anonymous

    Yea my step mom told me to pump 20 dollars worth of go go and when I finished pumping the gas she pulls off and leaves me standing there and didn’t come back for me for 2.5 hours. I went in told the gas attendant that my mom was an over zealous teen in a 35 yo body and he gave me a pack of crackers and a coke and we chatted til she came back and paid for the gas. Small world.

    Today they would have locked her up and called worthless CPS

  • Anonymous

    Evil…..

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Next year for Hallowe’en, I’m making a box of cigarettes as a costume for one of my kids. I can’t wait to laugh at all the shocked and disgusted people.

  • Anonymous

    That is way 2 funny. Thanks.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Dude, if your mom left you at a gas station for almost three hours after stealing gas, CPS should have been called then.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NOXYXHJ3WTCDXPGAECWN2O4YH4 Amicus

    My crazy ass mom did this to me and my brother 35 years ago. DON’T DO THIS TO YOUR KIDS! It is in no way funny (unless you’re reading about it) to pretend you’re dead; it screwed me up to the point that I now read crap like this Dreamin’ Demon blog. Our mom poured ketchup on herself and sprawled out on the kitchen floor. ‘Course it wasn’t Halloween season and she wasn’t trying to scare us – she just wanted to know if we’d be upset by her death. Boo! hoo!

  • Anonymous

    Different time in a place called Enochville. The Sherrif would have
    laughed.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NOXYXHJ3WTCDXPGAECWN2O4YH4 Amicus

    If you have a baby before next Halloween you can dress it up as the addicted to Smoking Baby.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    A baby would be perfect for a marijuana joint. The parent could dress as a roach clip for bonus points.

  • Anonymous

    Plus Dad knew everybody, The police would friggin call him when they would clock me speeding when I got home I had to endure the wrath of Doug. I was terrified of the guy. That is the reason I went in the USMC so he would feel less inclined to murder me as he stated on numerous occasions he would. ” I bought you in the world I will take you out ” Needs to be a horror movie.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    My parents ditched me on the side of a highway because of my bad behaviour once. But there was no stealing gas involved and it was only for about 10 minutes. Just enough time for me to think they were serious when they said they’d make me walk home…..25 kilometers (15.5 miles).

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    It is funny and for bonus points, it’s builds character. It may even grow hair on one’s chest. That’s what my dad said about a lot of things any way.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Hahahahahaha! This reminds me of the video that went around of the two young brothers who begged to watch Texas Chainsaw Massacre when they were like 7 & 9. Their parents relented and early the next morning dad snuck into their room with a chainsaw (sans chain) with a mask on and mom stood in the doorway filming it. When dad revved that saw, s**t hit the fan and it looked like that bed held about 20 kids, nothing but arms and legs, not to mentions the shrieks of terror and a lot of tears. Priceless.

  • LeaveMeBe

    I would so punch you. And then apologize while laughing my ass off at how bad you scared me and ask if you had some extra pants I could borrow. :)

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    HAHAHA. Awesome. I think I saw that video too.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Hey, if people don’t wear extra protection in the pants area on the scariest night of the year, that’s their problem. Mwauhahahaha.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Hey, if people don’t wear extra protection in the pants area on the scariest night of the year, that’s their problem. Mwauhahahaha.

  • Anonymous

    you can buy them a fake ecig (without the nicotine juice of course) and let them smoke it in front of people too, it lights up and looks like a real cig, I have one and I will pull it out and smoke anywhere I like and endure the dirty looks…

  • Gee

    I think that was featured on “funniest Home videos” and that was the funniest shit ever. Those kids jumped so high I thought they were going to hit the ceiling.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Yeah, my oldest daughter and I bought a couple of those last year to freak out my younger kids and husband. Fun was had.

  • Gee

    I am really afraid of Bugs. So much so that if a decent size bug gets on me I will piss my pants. My sister is way into Halloween and her and her husband were decorating the house. I came home late and it was dark, I turned the light on in my room to see hundreds of those black plastic spiders on the floor of my room. I screamed bloody murder… Purse flies up in the air and wait for it…. I pissed myself. Everyone is laughing and now the going joke is how easy it is to make me pee myself. You gotta love the siblings. I forgot to mention, I was 36 when she did this to me.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    I would have so much fun with you, just sayin’. :D

  • LeaveMeBe

    You’re right! That’s where I saw it. I so wanted to do this to our kids but my hubby said no. He was afraid of what they might do to him in return.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NOXYXHJ3WTCDXPGAECWN2O4YH4 Amicus

    Yeah, I’ve got lots of hair on my chest fer sure. The only reason we even went into the kitchen was because we smelled ketchup and as soon as we figured out there weren’t any hotdogs we turned around and left.

  • LeaveMeBe

    So, how many times have they made you pee yourself total? :)

  • aka jas

    I think its great. Builds character! I screw with my kids all the time, they mess with me too. You gotta have a sense of humor. Other wise shit is just too damn serious. You have got to learn to laugh–even at yourself. I hate to meet people with no charisma..dull.

  • guillotinegirl

    Morbid pegged it with those last two sentences. Be careful what you do to your children, as it will inevitably come back to bite you in the ass when said children become adults themselves.

  • beatlechick

    My parents used to scare the crap out of my brother and I all the time. Isn’t that why you’re supposed to have kids?

  • Gee

    Only that 1 occasion … That was funny but I threaten bodily harm to anyone who chases me with real bugs in hand.
    I was in a cabin in Big Bear prior to that and a Leaf Cutter Beetle was in my hair and I could see from my peripheral vision and I had what look like a seizure to get it off of me and pissed myself then. That was when it first started. I’m not sure if it’s a an older bladder thing I am none too happy about.

  • Gee

    Yes I know that’s why very few people know about this.

  • Anonymous

    My mom found a huge beetle in my hair when I was 8yo. Just picked it right out. Back then I used to run around the neighborhood like a wild kid. Nowadays…..I prefer a 5 star hotel to anything that involves nature or bugs….

  • Anonymous

    Bet you never pulled that shit again, whatever it was!

  • Anonymous

    *facepalm*

    And yet, this is why I love you, PT…

  • Anonymous

    OMG, this makes me want to have kids.

    My Arab husband offered to dress a seven year old friend up as a member of the Taliban last night… Reading these comments, I’m thinking we should thug him out, give him a 40oz and an e-cig, and sit back and enjoy the show.

  • UniqueMommy1984

    Hmmm, I guess I’m a little uptight. I don’t think that was right for their ages but I guess whatever. As long as no one was hurt then that’s good but these kids might be having nightmares for a while.

  • Wildheart

    My dad said that when he pulled off my big toenail after some little bitch slammed a baseball bat on my foot. And my mom once hid on me when I was little while I ran around the house crying and calling for her…..she said I was constantly up her ass as a kid. :)

  • Anonymous

    To this day I still remember vividly being chased down my street on Halloween by a guy weilding a chainsaw! I was seven and that shit nearly gave me a heart attack…especially when my mom started shrieking and running too. The guy chasing us actually fell over he was laughing so hard:)

  • LeaveMeBe

    LOL! I am this way about june bugs, can’t stand them. i have been known to almost beat myself unconcious if one lands in my hair. *shiver*

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamie-Arnett/650941889 Jamie Arnett

    well…i know what im doing when the kids get home from school!
    thanks! :) :)

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    LOL. I used to do that to mine too. When my oldest was a toddler, I had her believing me that there were kid police who would throw kids down in the manholes for being naughty. She half believed me. One day, my husband came home from work early and I caught him at the door and told him to go back out, pound on the door and yell “This is the kid police! Let us in!” She fricken hightailed it to her room in such a panic. We told her that her dad talked them into giving her another chance. She was a complete believer after that.

    I know it sounds mean, but I joke around with my kids so much that when she suspected that we were messing with her, she thought it funny. Even now at 19, she holds no grudges. She laughs at it and can’t believe she ever believed me.

    Now I have my 11 year old convinced that if she ever gets a pug, I’ll kick it. I’ll also kick her baby if it’s ugly. LMAO. Good times, good times.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    I bet you grew hair on your chest that day.

    LMAO. Awesome images running through my head.

  • Anonymous

    We did the same thing with a scary mask and fireworks a few years back – We thought of everything – My husband went to the side of the house where the kids were watching television – I went out back and cut the electricity to the house because I did not want the kids calling the police before we explain to them it was a prank. He lit the fireworks, screaming and banging on the window just as I cut power to the house. It was terribly funny – however, the kids were able to put a call to 911 because the damn babysitter had her cell phone! It was made less funny when we were fined $100 because the police responded to a false 911 call.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Hell ya I did! I loved the scenery along that highway.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Lol. Money well spent. :)

  • Anonymous

    lol :) I almost peed myself on that story! That is my kind of Halloween and believe me I would be so disappointed, if they didn’t try to get me back, I will think I raised them wrong! All kids need a even playing field! Thanks made my day! :)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NOXYXHJ3WTCDXPGAECWN2O4YH4 Amicus

    That’s exactly what one of my kids loved best about last Halloween, some neighborhood teen chasing kids out of his garage with a chainsaw.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NOXYXHJ3WTCDXPGAECWN2O4YH4 Amicus

    I totally plan on doing that to my own crazy mother. I’ll get my sweet revenge by dressing as a slobbering zombie wildly wielding two chain saws and dripping ketchup blood and then going to the nursing home where her senile self lives. Yep, she’s going to pay.

  • Anonymous

    I’m just wondering, where were the parents when the kids ran to the neighbor’s to call police, the video said that the parents called back.

  • broken

    Well well…I do this all the time to the neighbourhood children.

    But the cops are not involved. And there are certainly no fake deaths involved.

  • Athena

    This shit is priceless.

    When I was a kid, I was OBSESSED with Freddy Krueger. I saw a trailer length commercial that mistakenly repeated several times while interrupting a children’s show when I was 3, and I’ve been hooked ever since. The bed in my room faced toward the window and, outside that window was the neighbor’s porch which had a very bright light that stayed on at night… creating the perfect circumstances for a well-defined shadow.

    One year, around Halloween time (I was about 7), my father taped some knives to his hands and busted out an old fedora and, as I was going to bed and had just turned out the night, he stepped in front of the window, creating THE perfect Freddy shadow. Just to cement the effect, he scratched the window with the knives so that I could hear it wasn’t just some plastic glove.

    I screamed loud enough that the neighbors were tempted to call 911. I was scared half to death, but it’s one of my most beloved memories.

    I can’t wait to do this shit to my kids. :)

  • Anonymous

    “extra protection in the pants area”

    BAHAHAHAHAH thats a good idea!!

  • Gee

    Been there done that LMAO

  • Gee

    Been there done that LMAO

  • Anonymous

    You should totally come to my neighborhood. We’re the Halloween freaks of my town (between Edmonton & Calgary) & we go all out. This year we have:

    -Flying Crank Ghost in a cave
    -A huge grave grabber with motion sensors close to the sidewalk
    -Half a yard with a cementary & graves for Jason Voorhies, Ted Bundy & some others…
    -9 3/4ft. Scarecrow with the mask of Batman Begins (Cillian Murphy)
    -8ft. Long tarantula
    -Mrs. Voorhies in her coffin with tiki torches & fake candles (2yrs ago we did it with fire & some kids would walk wayyyy too close so we didn’t want anyone to catch fire)
    – Eyes in the bushes
    – A pumkpin demon roasting a human charred corpse on a fake campfire with a rotisserie motor.
    – And maybe a guy with his head chopped off on a chair.

    Needless to say we started doing all of this last month & well the only thing I just thought of today at 8pm was: “Crap, I haven’t bought candy”….

  • Anonymous

    I’ll kick her baby if it’s ugly… LOL

    There’s a bunch of celebrities that should have their children kicked & them too… someone who SHOULD GET PUNCHED BEFORE reproduction is Beyonce & Jay Z… those kids are gonna come out looking like the fetus of a gorilla.

  • Anonymous

    My mom never played jokes on us nor did my dad. I was the scariest scary cat kid that could ever live so if my parents wanted to sleep, they made sure I never watched Chuckie or It or any other movie of that genre.

  • Lexismom

    My kids just won 500 dollars tonight … I dressed my son as a turd , and my daughter as the toilet paper lmmfao !!!
    I got all kinds of disgusted looks , but who cares ? It was awesome and they loved it ! Now they are 500 richer lol. It was a great night !

  • http://www.myspace.com/553147094 Domino

    rofl i LOVE group costumes – and it’s even better when they’re attention grabbing and draw mixed reactions.

  • Lexismom

    It was great ! I had all those stuck up moms givin me dirty looks. I don’t care .. My kids loved it ;) and that’s all that matters to me haha

  • Anonymous

    One year when my oldest was about 7, I got mad at him (more than usual because it was Halloween) and put his mattress down in the basement to punish him. I then snuck around to the front basement and peered in the window with a flashlight with red eyes cut out (red and black construction paper) and he screamed bloody murder and running leg over leg around in circles, but never left the basement.

    Maybe thats why the kid twitches to this day… he he.

  • Anonymous

    When my daughter was little I couldn’t keep clothes on her for anything in the world. I tried everything! Finally I told her that the “Nekkid Booty Fairy” would come and steal her butt if she didn’t start wearing clothes.
    To convince her, I photoshopped the crack of her ass out of a picture.
    From then on everytime she was naked I would make a sound (tetete) and tell her I heard the fairy. She would slam her ass against the wall and stand there until someone brought her some panties. We used to laugh our ass off at that!

  • Anonymous

    Update: I tried to talk X (just barely seven) into dressing as a thug for Halloween. Once I explained what it is, he refused. So I tried to convince his mom we should dress him as a pack of cigarettes and send him to school. As she and I laughed hysterically over the thought, the boy yells from the other room “No, people will think we’re bad parents!”

    I love how he includes himself as one of the ‘parents’. He must realize he’s the closest thing to a responsible adult in this house… :-p

  • Anonymous

    You know, I always thought you seemed so nice and normal to be hanging out here. Now I think I understand…

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    The first time I told her that I’d kick her baby if it was ugly, she had a shocked look on her face and said “are you saying I’m ugly?”. I said “of course not, but I won’t hold it against your husband.” :D

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    That’s so funny. :)

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    That.Is.Awesome. Congrats to your kids on the moolah. :)

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    You guys have more fun that I do. Awesome.

    Sears has all their candies at 25% off…..I just bought all of mine there yesterday.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    “I got mad at him (more than usual because it was Halloween) and put his mattress down in the basement to punish him.”

    This sounds like a story that could be front paged…..just sayin’.

    :P

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    I am terrified of attics to this day because of something similar to this.

    When I was 8, my parents took my sister (who was 5) and I to the movies to see the original “Amityville”. The pig’s eyes in the window freaked me out so bad that to this day, I will not step foot in an attic. It’s actually more of a phobia than just a fear.

  • Lexismom

    Thanks ;) , my little girl said to me today ,”we need to have another sister to be the toilet”, I laughed my ass off !!
    They decided they are going to get dsi’s wih their hard earned cash. Lmao

  • ProudWife05

    I kind of feel that way about basements. I have a brand new washer & dryer in our basement, and I go to the laundry mat to wash clothes. I refuse to step foot down there. I think it’s because when I was a kid we moved into this house where there was a suicide/murder & the blood seeped into the basement & stained. Well, my parents told me about what happened & pointed out the blood in the basement. After that I refused to go into a basement.

  • captaingrumpy

    they only responded so they could throw their weight around and tell people how to bring up their kids. It was a JOKE, get it. Oh people with no sense of humour.

  • Anonymous

    Heee. The thing that would really ratchet up the scariness of the Nightmare movies would be in Freddy were stalking actual children, rather than high-schoolers. IMO. That would be waaaay creepy. Maybe too creepy, come to think of it.

  • melb1970

    Thats the way to do it!!

  • melb1970

    OMG- my daughter is 18 now and I spent years filling her head with shit-
    the latest and greatest was when she got her driver’s license. I told her it was a TN license only good in TN ( she has family in NC she wanted to see) she had to ask the DMV instructor if the license was good out of state, the instructor of course answered truthfully damn it.
    Kids are fun tho

  • Anonymous

    I did that almost 17 years ago. I wouldn’t even try to do anything like that now, maybe a fake bug or something. But my son loved every minute of it (now)…

  • Count Rackula

    When I was about 4 I was going to the bathroom, just sitting on the toilet in my parent’s bathroom, doin’ my thing. My dad came in with this fucking mask on… god it was like some fucking quasi modo mask or some shit. Some deformed guy mask. My four year old brain couldn’t put the pieces together that it was just a mask, it looked pretty lifelike and I couldn’t see the seams in it or anything. Needless to say, I was pretty glad I was already on the toilet. I just froze in terror and sat there staring with the widest eyes until he took it off, laughing his ass off. God I couldn’t even muster a scream. It was terrifying to my little four year old self.

    As far as parents making up shit kids believe, I once asked my dad how the traffic lights work. He told me that there was a little leprechaun in a box on the side of the road that just switches the lights on and off whenever he wants. I just said, “Wooow…” all enchanted and shit and started looking for said boxes whenever we’d drive around. I love my dad.

  • Gee

    That is too cute

  • wyrosjr

    I jumped out of the car myself once when my mom was going psycho. Threw a cassette tape at me. I just got out and walked home.

  • wyrosjr

    All you need now is someone dressed as Jason with the hockey mask and greasy overalls and a chainsaw with no chain. Jump out with that always gets em. You can even touch them with the chainsaw bar.

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