A couple of weeks ago, Megan and I got the brilliant idea to go out in a monsoon to look for antiques.
I've always liked the idea of an antique. It sounds unique and seems to hold a lot of history. But in reality, it really freaks me out. Old things smell funny and I really have this unnatural fear that whoever owned the item died inside of it and still lives there. So basically, all I want an replica of an antique.
But somehow Megan convinced me that I needed to go check out this antique shop. And so we went.
Now, when you enter a building that smells like old and water is literally dripping down the walls, you should turn around and go home to pray. Megan kept saying, "I think this might be the intro to a scary movie." I think she was right. If you would like to produce such a film, please let us know. We've lived to tell the story as shown below. Please take all warnings seriously.
When you see an entrance that looks like this, you should also run home.
When you are possessed by the demons that roam the antique shop you are visiting and enter through the scary cement hole to find this, you should run.
Seriously, an antique knife sharpener next to dangling wires should be a warning. If for some reason you continue to look, this should make you scream while running.
For they have come before and lost the battle with the spirits.
And when you do run outside to this, breathe in the fresh air and know that if you can survive the antique shop, you can survive a flood.