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    #11
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    I realize the dangers in doing this. I've been back handed twice, hit in the stomach and kicked in the shin, but that was when I first started doing this but now I have a faster reaction time and can escape the blows more easily even though it hasn't happened since I was ten. Most of the time people just scream and jump forward.
     

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    #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by HauntedPaws View Post
    The girls who scream at haunts I find more annoying then scary. Saying something creepy is definitely the way to go.
    I agree 100,000%
     

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    #13
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    Nov 2004
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    I think little girls with creepy giggles would work. What about playing tag with the bodies? or saying "Marco!! Marco!! You never say polo.. it's not fair, it's not FAIR!!!"
    Singing a lullabye or kids song, then snarling could work too!
    I personally like the quiet mouthing words, or wringing hands(acting nervous - twitching, darting your eyes, make eye contact for a second, then look away) then explode with fury, then go right back to timid
    I agree that screaming is like the "go to" noise, and 9 times out of 10 it does NOTHING but annoy.
    Be creative!!
    Do Vegan Zombies eat heads of lettuce?
     

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