Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Not as creepy as clowns, but almost.
She is very disappointed in you. Very.
Mom? Where's my retainer?
You are getting very sleepy. I might've put something in your cocoa.
John-John not happy. When John-John not happy, big people die.
You better watch it. The last guy who pissed me off won't be pissing anybody off anymore, if you get my meaning ::wink::
Look at these eyes. Do I look like someone who would creep into your room at night, climb up into your bed oh-so-quietly, and smother you with a pillow while you kick and flail and try to pry my murderous arms off your head?
Uh-oooh. Did that hurt? Stupid hatchet.
Who, us? We're not plotting a homicide, nope. :::whistling:::
I told you my eyes hurt.
Of course I wasn't moving. I'm a doll, silly. Go back to sleep.
Little Miss No Name. I'm sad that I have no name. You'll be sad when you have no head.
Why did you leave me in the tanning bed, Mommy, why?
Heh heh HEY! Just writing your suicide note. ::giggle::
From The Smoking Gun.
Granny Busted For Bacon Beef With Grandson, 9
Cops: Suspect, 64, thought boy bogarted meat
JUNE 30--Angered that her grandson ate too much bacon at breakfast, a 63-year-old woman chased the boy out of her Pennsylvania home and pinned him down on the front lawn, where she blasted him in the face with a garden hose, police allege.
Marilee Ann Kolynych was busted Tuesday evening on endangering the welfare of children, simple assault, harassment, and disorderly conduct charges. Her grandson, 9, was not injured during the attack.
In a Clifton Heights Police Department report, Officer James Press noted that the child “stated that he had been getting tortured by his grandmother…all day for an incident that took place during breakfast.”
According to Press, the matter involved the child consuming more bacon than anyone else, which angered Kolynych.
A witness told Press that Kolynych chased her grandson around the yard before throwing him to the ground and “sitting on top of him beating him on his legs and spraying water at very close range into [the boy’s] face.” The child told cops that “the nozzle setting was on full blast.”
The child eventually broke free and “ran across the street, using a neighbor’s phone to call his mother, who was in the basement while the incident was taking place out front.”
Even after the boy’s mother arrived outside, a witness reported, Kolynych continued to chase after the child.
Kolynych, free on bail, is set for a July 7 preliminary hearing.