I haven’t seen the Three Caballeros since I was about eight or nine years old at my grandma’s house.
Welcome to a creepy scary spooky nightmare vision of a Halloween edition AIM Comic.
For close to six or so years now, we here at OMGJ have had a strange fascination with Shaye St. John. The above clip should go a long way in showing you why. While we rarely delve into the dark, demented parts of the Internets anymore, there’s something about the sheer craziness that Shaye St John exposes you to that makes you keep coming back with a confused – but terrified – look on your face. And I’m not so much even talking about the videos by themselves (which are pretty damn crazy). But you honestly haven’t experienced full-bore craziness until you actually take a look at her site. It’s literally a treasure trove of crazy. Every single page is so completely strange that it’s hard not to keep browsing it, no matter how much your brain keeps telling you to stop before it gets worse. And yes, it will usually get worse on a regular basis. If you wanna check more of the videos out, I’ve put a few more of my favorites in after the break.
Once upon a time, we said to HELL with children and their costumes. This is because children typically dress as cartoon characters in store bought costumes. Or their ever-controlling parents dress them up in some cute pumpkin outfit and call it a day. Or, if we are talking about the tween children, they are dressed in somewhat more imaginative costumes, or, if they are girls, as too-revealing Slut Lite girl characters like princesses and pop stars, which makes us too uncomfortable to even look at. We promise. Children have boring, unimaginative costumes, and they are really only dressed up in order to deserve candy when they go Trick or Treating. They aren’t really trying to express themselves or seem clever. They are just all having wide-eyed experiences that they will forget in a sugar haze within a week, if not by the end of Halloween night itself. We, as adults who value this day, think poorly of these children, if we think of them at all. We want SCARY costumes – or, we want respectable hand-made offerings. Children hardly ever deliver this way.
Let me start off by saying that I THINK these things were maybe MEANT to be cute. For all I know, people back in the early 1900s actually were trying to take costumes of characters commonly thought of as friendly, such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and turning them into soulless fiends because that is really how people thought of this holiday. They thought of it as the night to scare the bajeezus out of everyone, near and far. If that is the case, then they did very well indeed. They did so well that they even scared people (me) in the future (now).