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This is a joke, right? It's got to be a joke, nobody's that fucking mental and still able to type.
2/20/2011 8:41:49 AM
What the fuck?
2/20/2011 9:19:42 AM
Can I buy some pot from you?
2/20/2011 9:34:03 AM
Did he really just claim that nightmares are related to a kid having stuffed animals in their room? That's like saying they had nightmares because there's a bed in their bedroom.
2/20/2011 9:38:37 AM
Are you on crack or something? What did that stuffed frog do anyway? By the way, I grew up with a dream catcher in my room- never had a problem. Mainly because it was nothing but wood, string and beads.
2/20/2011 9:54:17 AM
The 17th Century called. They want their superstitious paranoia back.
"One very demonic item should never be in any child's bedroom or nursery - the "Dream Catcher". Always a deadly curse"
Jesuscorp. Accept no substitutes! <Enter>
The Lord spoke to an unrelated adult about this doll and said “None of My daughters are raggedly Anns”.
2/20/2011 10:19:11 AM
It always astounds me how these primitive, animistic beliefs can so easily survive in a modern, industrially advanced country in the year 2011. There are demons in your dolls and your dolls are talking to you, wtf? Under other circumstances, if someone said that, it would be taken as a sign of mental illness.
2/20/2011 10:21:33 AM
simply not edible
Wait, is this some commercial for the new Apple iDoll?
2/20/2011 10:26:04 AM
Oh no! Children have dolls and stuffed animals in their room? Whatever will we DO?
Many children (for example my oldest younger brother) develop a close bond with their stuffed animals, so close they can't sleep without it, and there's no calm or peace to be had, until the animal is right beside the child in the bed.
Strangely enough, only children of people who believe in the supernatural experience these demonic things. Children who have rational parents never have demons in their room.
Isn't the doll called Raggedy Ann?
I never "held on to " my brothers or sister.
Edit. Me and hubby have lots of funny DVD boxes in our living room. One Alien head, one Planet of the Apes head, one Jack Skellington head, a Lenore doll, a Sally (from Nightmare before Christmas) who wags her head from side to side when the sun shines, a small Corpse Bride (and some other figurines from the same movie), a Smeagol, a Hogwarts Castle, seven or eight Teddy Scares, etc, etc, etc.
We have NEVER felt the slightest bit possessed in our living room.
2/20/2011 10:31:37 AM
If you're not making this up from whole cloth then you have discounted the possibility the child has an active imagination and anything in the dark will look kind of scary. Even Jesus figurines. Dream Catchers aren't cursed, that would be the opposite of their supposed function. It's funny that you find children holding tea parties with teddy bears a troubling sign but if they were to speak to thin air and call it Jesus you'd be delighted. Up until Jesus tells them to kill people that is.
"Look at the word IDOL and you can see the letters spelling dol"
Missing an l there. Let's have some fun now.
If you look at the word dog, there's god in there. Should we worship pit bulls?
If you look at the word bible, there's the same letters in lie and bile.
If you look at priest there's tripe or, more troubling, strip.
If you look at prayer, you wind up with rape.
Dear Dog it's all there in the text!
2/20/2011 10:33:04 AM
Children can develop an attachment for a stuffed animal, and I really don't know what minds you're poisoning with your religious bullshit, but for most children it brings them comfort in a world where you run their lives with fear you learned in your ass backwards megachurch.
2/20/2011 10:41:57 AM
Wow. Only (and lonely) children everywhere are mentally kicking you in the groin right now.
2/20/2011 10:44:24 AM
"There are recorded cases where frightened children had terrifying nightmares and upon checking their room it was discovered the child had dolls and stuffed animals in the room."
2/20/2011 10:52:08 AM
2/20/2011 10:57:01 AM
Whatever you've been taking, I don't want it.
Consult your doctors, apparently, it's not helping.
2/20/2011 11:15:56 AM
God was telling you it's Raggedy Ann, dumbass.
2/20/2011 12:03:55 PM
What, no love for Robert?
2/20/2011 12:07:28 PM
@TB Tabby, Thankyou for that. I may never sleep again.
2/20/2011 12:08:18 PM
"A serious issue with dolls is that many times the child develops a “relationship” with the doll, teddy bear or stuffed animal. The doll or animal becomes a playmate to the child. Some deliverance cases revealed that children actually talking to their dolls and some dolls talking back to the child ( talking back was the demon in the doll ). Look at the word IDOL and you can see the letters spelling dol. Relationships are built between people, not with dolls, puppets or stuffed animals.
A 3 year old had a “Raggedly Ann” doll and held on to the doll as if it were a brother or sister. The Lord spoke to an unrelated adult about this doll and said “None of My daughters are raggedly Anns”."
Anonymous had better not watch the anime series "Rozen Maiden", if he knows what's good for him.
2/20/2011 12:22:16 PM
Irony: condemning a child's tendency to anthropomorphise non-sentient matter and behave as if an emotional relationship existed with it, whilst, as an adult, asserting intelligent agency driving the entire universe and proclaiming an intimate relationship with it.
2/20/2011 12:38:32 PM
2/20/2011 12:56:46 PM
Did max look anything like this?
2/20/2011 12:58:03 PM
I am pretty sure that this is some poorly written parody that was made by a man who finds paranoia funny.
2/20/2011 1:05:10 PM
2/20/2011 1:42:58 PM
Apparently Anonymous has never heard of an imagination.
2/20/2011 1:47:16 PM
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