Thursday, February 10, 2011

Go to Sleep

18 comments:

  1. WHAT THE FUCK

    ...I saw the screenshot....no way in hell I'm watching this.. O_o

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    1. I completely agree...

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    2. I SHIT MY PANTS IF I DARE.

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  2. The closer it zooms in the less creepy it becomes due to the shooping errors being more obvious...

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  3. Screamer spotted...

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  4. That the best you can do? pshhhh!! lmaoooo!! XD

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  5. Actually, not very scary. End didn't scare me at all.

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  6. Why hasn't anyone noticed it's Jeff the Killer yet?

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  7. OMG, I saw one of these Mannequin things at a Thrift Store!! LOL!

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  8. I sent the full jeff the killer story lol I didn't see this

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  9. I want to know what the heck it's saying throughout the video.

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  10. Saw an image on Bing images of this face and it said "GO TO SLEEP".
    Saw another copy of the picture, but the eyes were derp'd out and it said "GO TO Potato".
    Cannot be scared by this after that.

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  11. Go to google and search smile.jeff or smile.jpg then show others unless u want nightmares

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