I just realized I’ve been jumping dates as far as posting the Top Tens are concerned. I have no idea how that happened. Anyway hope things are back on track. For this Halloween topic, we were gunning for something more sentimental, but as always, it got creepier as the morning progressed.
October 31, 2008 → The Top Ten Things To Say To Someone Who’s Gone – SC
- Astroboy – To my grandparents: “Ok lang po na multuhin niyo ako, basta wag lang po kapag naliligo ako o kapag may ginagawa ak0ng something naughty!”
- Jun13 – When our neighbor died, ibinul0ng ng m0m ko sa casket ng patay: “Sana mawala na yung mga surot sa bahay namin.” After 1 week, bigla ngang nawala ang mga surot sa amin!
- Buffynator – There’s this, I don’t know, urban legend? With nursing students who already do hospital duty. When a patient passes away, you talk to his/her body and ask him/her to whisper answers to you during the licensure exam to help you pass.
- Bilog – Last month, I kept getting calls from an old friend at night but I kept ignoring them, kasi nga late na. Later I found out he died of a car accident. He even posted in his Friendster shoutbox, “Ride with me till the end!”
- Killing Machine – I have a haunted car. It flashes its lights on its own and moves its wipers sometimes. I knew it was 2nd hand so I asked my mom where she got it. She admitted it was from her dead officemate then showed me pictures of it totally wrecked. That explains why when I had it stripped to the metal to get it repainted, we found a piece of bone and weird stains.
- No name – While listening to you this morning, I suddenly smelled mud. I knew it was my nephew because he drowned together with 2 of his classmates in Montalban river.
- R.J. – To my Best friend Fritz who passed away a month before graduation from Med school: “If there’s any way for you to let me know what the real reason was behind your sudden death, please tell me, or show me in any way you can.” (her family didn’t want an autopsy).
- His Cuteness – Sa mga ghost: “Kung nasaan man kayo, diyan na lang kayo.”
- Espeks – Sa house mumu ng cousin ko: “Wag ka magpapakita pag wiwiwi ako ha? Baka di mo kayanin ang makikita mo”
- Joel – To the spirit lingering in my house. “Pag ako tinakot mo at mamatay sa atake sa puso, hahabulin ka ng spirito ko at makakatikim ka sa kin!”
- devilish_angel – To my dead biyenan who made my life hell while she was still alive: “O, paano ba yan, ako na ang reyna! Sa akin na ang kayamanan mo!”
- AceR – To my miscarriaged 1st baby 8yrs ago: “I’ll be a father by February, but you will always be in my heart as my real panganay. Always watch over your mom in Las Vegas.”
- Greg – When I called up my daughter at the hospital where she worked, I asked her if she’s in the delivery room or something kasi puro umiiyak na baby ang nadidinig ko. She told me she was all alone in a room filled with jars with dead fetuses inside.
- Anvil – To the ghosts in our house: “What happened in our house?” Neighbors regularly call the barangay tanods dahil para daw lagi may nagpapatayan sa house namin. But we’re always quiet.
- Gaston – We always see a lady ghost pointing down to the basement floor. I’s like to ask her: “What’s under the basement floor?”
- Buster – To my deceasd parents: “Thank you for everything you have given me even though I’m not your real son. I can’t imagine what my life would have been if you didn’t come into my life.” I only came to know I’m adopted after they both passed away.
- Sonnet – There was a successful couple (a doctor & a lawyer). Both were so goodlooking that everyone was surprised that their 1st child had physical & mental abnormalities. They kept the child hidden from the public because they were ashamed of her. One day, they had to attend an event in Tagaytay & the child insisted she wanted to go w/ them. On their way, the child asked the dad to pull over because she needed to pee. Irritated, as the kid was peeing, the mom decided to push the kid off the edge of the cliff, to end all of their problems. After several years, they had another child, completely opposite from their first. They were so proud of her looks and grace. One day, they all needed to go to Tagaytay again. Same thing happened, the kid said she wanted to pee. Unknowingly, they stopped at exactly the same place. When the kid was about to pee, the 2nd child turned to her mom, smiled menacingly and said, “Bakit, mommy? Gusto mo ko itulak ulit?”