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The night after I watched a very scary
movie, I was called to babysit. After I put the kid to bed, I was sitting on
the couch, absolutely terrified, and everything seemed to be darker and scarier.
To make matters worse, when the parents came home I couldn’t tell it was them.
I could only hear someone in the house. I screamed and fell off the couch onto
the floor. I had to explain why I had tears in my eyes and why I yelled. No
more horror movies for me!
BY GL READER ON 8/8/2013 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN babysitting blunders, public humiliation
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