SPOILER ALERT: The push broom is the villain, I think...Garren swung the push broom as hard as he could and smacked Warney right across the face. Warney fell to the floor and Garren glared at him. "Why did you just call me Ted, Warney?!?!" Garren screamed and glared at Warney. Warney spit blood onto the floor and looked up at Garren, who glared at him and stepped on his femur. "I was confused by your joke about our names, Garren," Warney screamed as his femur snapped. The pain was unbelievable. He wiped blood from his mouth. All the while, of course, Garren was glarin'. "What do you mean, 'joke'?" Garren asked. "That little joke where you said my new name was Garr-" "-I HATE JOKES!!!" Garren swung the push broom at Warney once again, this time hitting him square in the chest. Warney puked pretty instantly. "You will pay for this insubordination, Warney," Garren warned. "I feel like I already have," Warney pointed out, wiping blood and vomit from his mouth. "Interesting theory..." Garren muttered. He ran his fingers across his chin. "You are free to go." Warney got up slowly. His body ached and his head throbbed, but he was elated at the opportunity to leave this awful place. "See you tomorrow to make that mask?" Garren asked nonchalantly. "Yeah," Warney said as he limped to the door. "Probably not. You just beat the shit out of me and I'm fairly certain you wanted to turn me into a mask." "You're a wise, boy, Warney," Garren whispered. "See you tomorrow." "I don't think you heard me. I won't be coming back tomorrow." Warney left the building. "See you tomorrow, Warney," Garren whispered, even quieter this time. ************ Later that night, the police showed up at
People feel certain ways about masks. Warney certainly felt a very specific way about masks. He had a friend named Garren, who had a similar or differing opinion on masks. They were the best of friends, and together they would attend Masquerades (as well as Mask Parades). One day they met a mask that taught them an important lesson about being yourself. Then it made them go insane and kill each other. At one point during the story, they had to solve a riddle together. The End. For more Tales To Tell 'Round Midnight, click on the following... The Halloween That Was Actually Arbor Day The Undelivered Package The Slightly Haunted Mansion Party Across The Street From The Significantly More Haunted Mansion Party Now You Invisible, Now You Don't Invisible Nightmare At Nightmare High
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