Skip to main content

The Slender Man

There's a man out in the distance, but you disregard him. Then suddenly, you glance back to take another look. This time you look at the man more clearly. Is it a man? But it can't be! It just can't! He's slender as a stick, and his arms...They're multiplying?! This can't be more than a mirage, but may your ignorance not be bliss because you might have just encountered...The Slender Man.

The Slender who? You think I'm kidding, right? I'm a madman gone on the loose, but what about Big Foot or the Moth Man. Were they real? Do they exist? Will anyone ever know the answer to these darn questions!?

Well, I'm here to inform you of another mythical/urban legend creature, and he goes by the name Slender Man. If you've never heard of him before, you might just want to stop reading now because others are scared sh!tless of him. And while he may or may not be real, what he's capable of is pretty scary, if true.

Oh Slender Man. He's known to be very slender, and he's been said to be seen wearing a tuxedo. The only time you'll ever see him is if he's about to kill you, and he only shows himself to the person he sets his eyes on.

He's even said to go mainly after children. He usually haunts them in their sleep and then decides to take them. But to where? Nobody knows because when the person encounters him, they disappear for good.

There are many stories to read about him, but I'll let you read them on your own. Just search him up. He's easy to find, but don't let him find you.

Do you believe in the Slender Man?

Here's how to find him:
^This is a bunch of documents about the Slender Man.


Popular posts from this blog

Rosacea & Acne: Coconut Oil

So I'm continuing onward with my Rosacea & Acne posts. I see that these are what bring in the most views.

Now this is going to sound weird. In order to moisturize your skin, you need to use a natural oil.

And of course, you're thinking "But that'll make my skin oily!"

Well, yes, of course it does at first. But think about this for a moment. Your skin produces oils. When you use your harsh cleaners on your face, you strip all the oils off your skin. Which is totally not good for you. So what better way can you balance the oils on your skin? By replacing the oils with a natural oil: coconut oil, to be exact.

When I first started learning about natural remedies, I became intrigued by what I found. For I was determined to heal my scarring rosacea. My face was beat red, and I was embarrassed by it.

So I dropped all commercial products, picked up coconut oil and clay, and I was deteremined to win.

First of all, my skin gets super dry in the winter. So dry that when I put…

My Experience in Healing Rosacea & Acne: Bentonite Clay

So I've never really discussed my regime I use for my face, or actually what I used to use on my face. Am I confusing you already? Good. Because now you shall read on.

Most of you already know I have rosacea. It was very bad to begin with. There's a photo on one of my posts showing the pure redness across my nose and chin. Along with that, I had so many pimples and lots of cystic acne.

Now what do I think caused it? My overabuse of my skin using commercial products. My last post I tried to explain why these face washes are terrible for our skin. I mean, who wants to slatherPPG 15 Stearyl Ether all over their face? They use it in face wash, so why not? Would you still put it on your face, considering its a toxin? I sure as hell wouldn't. So what makes you think that face wash is safe.

Oh yeah, cause the big ole' FDA claims so. Well, guess what? The FDA doesn't give two f*cks about your acne. They need you to develop that acne in order to make them money through the Pha…

My Experience With Proactiv: Rosacea & Acne

Do those Proactiv comercials tempt you? Have you considered more than once on trying it? Are you on the borderline of giving into that temptation?

Well, please STOP, and read my story first.

I've used Proactiv, I have experience with the product, and I want to share my story with you guys. But I must backtrack almost 4 years ago to when I actually used it.

Actually, I'm going to backtrack a little farther back than that...

Well, here it goes:

When I was twelve-years-old, I had the most perfect, flawless skin a girl would die for, literally. I rarely had to use makeup because my skin was seriously that perfect. And it stayed that way for a good long time. I was selfish back then, not realizing how damn lucky I was. I can't imagine how many girls envied me.

But then, I got sucked into the world of society and started to feel the need to wear makeup, constantly. That was my first mistake. After I began wearing makeup as a need to feel "pretty," I started to develop a…