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mod. [of women] ugly. Why do I always end up with a scary woman?
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kids ages 12 and younger can dine in at participating IHOP restaurants and enjoy a Scary Face pancake for free!
NO NO NO Rudolph's lent this Santa his nose, above, and a little boy is looking for an escape Claus, below HO HO NO From left, bored and possibly drunk, simply scary, and Peeping Tom
She said: "Every Halloween we have over 150 children visit our beautifully scary house in Gretna Road.
Washington, June 5 ( ANI ): Ashley Tisdale has reportedly sealed a deal to play the lead in the next Scary Movie sequel.
K: Amy and Rory have to try and save him while also dealing with this scary robot called the Tesselector which basically tries to put history right.
Dropping the baby and other scary thoughts; breaking the cycle of unwanted thoughts in motherhood.
Eventually they find the source of the scary voice which matches the big eyes giving them quite a fright.
Byline: Gary Lineker admits being caught up in a Taliban attack on a recent visit to Afghanistan was scary.
The August House Book of Scary Stories: Spooky Tales for Telling Out Loud" is a collection of scary stories for young people, drawn from a wide range of sources, ranging from folk tales from traditions around the world to urban legends.
A SCHOOL has gone extra lengths to show pupils how scary bullying can be.
If I had not been there myself and had just read news media accounts (no media were there when the Taser was used), I might have gotten the impression that what the students did was rather scary.
As a child, I always enjoyed Halloween and took time to decorate my home and come up with scary costumes.
And, in true Scary Movie tradition, the outrageous celebrity cameos are non-stop.
The Scary Guy, a renowned American who tours schools across the world, has spent the past ten days in Hartlepool teaching children about self-respect and confidence.