#56: “PEANUUUUUUUUUTS!”


I have this recurring nightmare that my childhood best friend is half peanut and only has one leg. We are walking together (or at least I’m walking while she hops along side me) when we come across your run-of-the-mill movie-inspired haunted house. We decide to go in, and when we reach the top floor and peer down the long hallway, I get an extremely uneasy feeling. I tell her we should go, but just at that moment, an incredibly obese woman of such massive proportions that she would be bed-ridden outside of my dream, jumps out from the very last open doorway and yells in a deep booming voice “PEANUUUUUUUUUTS!” I help my one-legged friend down the stairs, out of the house, and up a steep hill while this amazingly fast women chases after us with her mouth and arms wide open. I wake up before she catches us, and it scares me every time.

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