Something Scary To Do In New York City

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Michael Jewels, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. I saw an ad for this in the subway, and I thought I'd pass it on to all my friends.

    I'm going to see how may of my friends I can rope into going to this because I'm too scared to go by myself. :(


    This looks like it'll be fun.

    Mike :D

    MAJOR METAL HARVESTER OF SORROW Staff Member Supporting Member

    Its seems safer then going into a burning Pub Mike :D
  3. syciprider

    syciprider Banned

    May 27, 2005
    Inland Empire
    Being close to Schumer and Hillary is scary enough.
  4. Yes it does!

    A haunted house may be scary, but not as scary as being inside a nice Scotish bar when the sewer outside the front door explodes and the orange, green and blue-white flames try to convince you to leave. :p

    Do you leave? No.

    Then, the firemen try to convince you to leave, firemen in full fire-fighting regalia gear inside the bar. :eek:

    Do you leave? No.

    Then the firemen start talking to the women I was talking to... :spit: (Grrr!)

    Do you leave? No.

    Then, you realize you have a $14 glass of scotch on the table, but the flames outside are getting bigger still.

    Do you leave? No.

    Then, you hear electrical cracks from the sewer which sound like a popsicle stick breaking, only 50 times louder.

    Do you leave? No.

    Then, all the lights go out.

    Do you leave?

    Yes, because then they threw all of us out! :D

    That was some night; one I shall not soon forget. ;)

    Haunted house?

    Who's afraid of a haunted house?

    That was a nice bar. We must go back.

    Mike ;)
  5. SnoMan

    SnoMan Words Words Words

    Jan 27, 2001
    Charleston, WV
    Did I ever tell you about the time Brasky took me out to go get a drink with him?

    We go off looking for a bar and we can't find one. Finally Brasky takes me to a vacant lot and says, 'Here we are.' We sat there for a year and a half and sure enough someone constructs a bar around us.

    The day they opened we ordered a shot, drank it, and then burned the place to the ground.
    Brasky yelled over the roar of the flames, 'Always leave things the way you found em!