Tarantulas in Colorado go on a deadly quest for love and companionship. In the first ever “tarantulas vs. sugary lollipops” photo contest, we pit two couples against each other in a deadly match to see who gets to call the other’s heart their own.
It was a dark and stormy night. The sky was dark and clouds were thick, blocking out the moon and stars. The sky and rain made everything seem black and cold. The ground shook from the storm. No one was sure where it was coming from.
It was the end of the world. It had rained and the ground had been shaken. Everyone had come to an end of the world. The world was going to end. Everyone was going to die in their beds.
It was the night before Halloween.
It was the night before Halloween. The sky and rain had been gone for a while now. The world had been turned to dust. Everyone was going to die before the world actually ended.
Two kids were walking down a dark and stormy street when they came across a dead body. It was Halloween. They both ran towards it and saw an old man dead at the end of the street. The kids screamed and jumped over a cliff.
They both fell into the water below. Then they fought in mid-air until one of them was thrown out of the sky and fell deep into the water.
A dead cat was lying in the garden and a little girl picked it up. Then she ran to the neighbor’s house to make friends. The little girl knocked on the door and the neighbor girl invited the little girl inside. She asked the little girl in the kitchen if she wanted to stay with the girl. The little girl accepted and the girl invited the neighbor girl over to play with the cat.
The kid and her cat stayed at the neighbor’s house for three days. On the third day, the neighbor girl brought the little girl a dress and told the little girl it was from her. The little girl cried and asked her if she would like to stay at the neighbor’s house. The little girl begged the neighbor girl to please not tell anyone.
The neighbor girl knew that she had to stop the little girl from going to the