crying boy curse

You know what makes me want to cry? Draco Malfoy in sixth year. Remember you had to sit by yourself at school for a minute, or listen to your parents argue while you sat upstairs hugging you knees? Now imagine your weren’t sat for a minute, but a whole year, and you knew it wasn’t going to change. Imagine your parents arguing, not over who did the dishes our why they’re late home, but over a sociopathic murderer who you’re sharing your house with. Imagine having to kill your teacher. I can’t even try to imagine that but what I can imagine is how lonely he was and and I’m crying again.

  • <p> <b>Teddy:</b> You've never done weed, right?<p/><b>Albus:</b> No.<p/><b>Teddy:</b> I could tell, man. It changes the way you walk and carry yourself- it's a life-changing experience.<p/><b>Albus:</b> That's the most pretentious shit I've ever heard.<p/></p>

Halloween Special: Haunted Paintings

1. Bill Stoneham, The Hands Resist Him, 1972

2. Alleged photo of doll exiting The Hands Resist Him and threatening boy with a gun.

3. Richard King, Love Letters, date unknown

4. Giovanni Bragolin, The Crying Boy, date unknown

5. Edvard Munch, The Dead Mother, 1900

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[ Went to CHEAP’s new location in Perth and headed downstairs to look at all their goodies.
They had heaps of replica old paintings on the walls.
Thought it was pretty cool until I saw this guy.

For those who don’t know, this is a copy of The Crying Boy painting, said to be cursed.
All sorts of things have been blamed on these paintings, including a string of fires that have destroyed homes, and some pretty dark paranormal activity.

I asked both girls working there if they knew what the painting was, and both said no.
I told them to google ‘Crying Boy painting.’

Hopefully nothing happens, but it’ll be crazy if something does… ]