Anyway... wow, focus. The video is a collection of a few seconds of multiple people being scared and losing it. LOSING IT! My faves are the ones where people jump out of the fridge! HILARIOUS! How do you think to yourself, "Self, today I'm going to scare the mess out of Missy by jumping out of the fridge"? Do you get a cooler to put all the food in? Or leave it all on the table so they have to open the fridge? Decisions, decisions! Lolol. Either way it cracks my ish up!
That video reminds me of one of the greatest collective memories of my childhood: scaring my sister almost DAILY. HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA. SO fun. She's only 19 months younger than me so most of the time growing up, we were together. At church we had all the same friends. Don't get it twisted, this doesn't mean we got along, particularly as we got older. We were just together a lot. Anyway when we were younger, I was probably in middle school, we would come in the house, it would be dark and I would go upstairs first... in the dark. I would hide in our bathroom which was at the top of the stairs and wait for her to come up. The first few times she would just walk up the stairs (you don't even understand I'm CRYING laughing right now typing this! I can't even get the story out when I'm typing it!) and I would jump out from the darkened bathroom and yell BOO!! and she would scream. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! SO FUNNYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!
This NEVER stopped being funny. After a few days she would start to call out up the stairs if I went up first, "Jameil, I know you're up there. Don't try to scare me." Silence. And I'd do it anyway. HILARIOUS!!!! I couldn't keep it to myself anymore so I told my mom. She said, "That's dangerous! You could scare her so badly she could fall down the stairs and hurt herself!" Hmm... party pooper but noted. It was around this time that I also decided it might lose its fun and shock value if I did it daily so sometimes I would run up the stairs ahead of her and go in my room, turn on the light and start reading, listening for her to say, "Stop trying to scare me, Jameil." HILARIOUS!! I had her shook! I also would switch it up by sometimes waiting in my darkened room at the end of the hall. She had to pass my room to get to hers. Always awesome! If I was in the bathroom, I'd wait until she had turned the corner from the stairs and was about to pass to jump out. Still scary! Now scary and safe! Mom-approved! Lolololololol. Except I talked to her about it yesterday and she was like, "I used to be so mad at you for doing that!" I said, "Why?! It was hilarious!" She said, "You know she was already scary." Lololol. Is that my fault or problem that she's scared of everything? Lightning, the dark, her shadow... She used to sleep in my mom's room when it stormed because she was scared. I didn't want to be left out (NO FUN WITHOUT ME!!) so I used to go to. Sleepover! Lolol.
I have no idea why I stopped but to this day I can't think of it without SCREAMING, literally screaming and sometimes crying with laughter! Even twice in the same week. And apparently in the same day! as I'm talking to my mom about how it still makes me laugh, I start cracking up again! And she says, "Like that?" SO FUNNY!! The fact that it's that ridiculous to she of the no sarcasm that she gets sarcastic is too funny! Love it! I hope it always makes me laugh like this!
On a semi-related note, wait until you see what I'm making my classmates for Halloween! It's gonna be awesome! Can't wait! I won't tell you because some of them e-stalk me and read my blog on the low. Can't have them ruining the surprise!