"You will die," he'd intone in a very theatrical way that was meant to scare the bejesus
out of us, teens that we were.
Amusement parks scare the bejesus
out of me and this wild water ride reminded me of one.
This beastly looking police car reaches a top speed of 315 km per hour, enough to scare the scare the bejesus
out of someone.
They've got a very interesting and informative website without trying to scare the bejesus
out of you with end of days claims.
So while making plans for how to scare the bejesus
out of the kiddiwinks this Halloween, I was delight to see a crowd of ghoulish options across the family half term programmes of Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums.
You haven't been properly socialized yet, but here's a bunch of loud noises to scare the bejesus
out of you just to ensure you're gunshy.
Not only scare the bejesus
out of them but also make a statement that this legislation can be used against anyone who is breaking the law."
Unflinchingly yelling "I lost my leg!" to a front-row audience made of Boston Marathon bombing survivors (some of whom had, indeed, lost a leg or two) singers Al Barr and Ken Casey were fierce and ferocious enough to scare the bejesus
out of any would-be terrorists.
If that doesn't scare the bejesus
out of you, nothing will.
If you really want to scare the bejesus
out of yourself, then TfL also supplies a predicted traffic map.
In fact, what's with taking children's stories and making J t's n's ICONS J movies, which would scare the bejesus
out of a strong man (well, me).
What I set out to do in Scared to Death was that - scare the bejesus
out of my readers.
But in all fairness the opportunity to have a decent fighting chance against things - whose only purpose is to scare the bejesus
out of you - is a no-brainer.
One learned to use tin cans to scare the bejesus
out of everybody.