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The Two Scariest Words In The English Language
A popular theme among political cartoonists this Halloween season is people being scared by kids trick or treating dressed as a 401k, or a stock broker, or other economy themed "costumes". So, in the interest of getting something into the forum along the lines Johan specified for the theme, and procrastinating way too long, I cranked out a quick picture that will require the use of your imagination somewhat. Just picture yourself walking into your office, and this is what you see on the floor, indicating that you're the latest victim of the economy. Quite literally, the scariest words you can hear these days.






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Won-Tolla
Posted: 2010/10/31 23:50  Updated: 2010/10/31 23:50
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From: Norway
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 Re: The Two Scariest Words In The English Language
Interesting to see what different people consider scary. Reminds me of something that happened a couple of years back.
Briefly, I had written kind of a fanfic for a webcomic. My story was about how one of the regular characters almost became a different character; sort of identity theft from within if you like. A couple of months later the creator of the comic announced a Halloween art contest, and to my surprise one of the entries showed the aforementioned character dressed up as the character she had almost turned into. The fan who submitted it, explained that Halloween costumes are supposed to be scary, and turning into that other character must be the most scary thing this character had ever experienced!

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ColinBird
Posted: 2010/11/2 13:41  Updated: 2010/11/2 13:41
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 Re: The Two Scariest Words In The English Language
I'm late...


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