By worldsbestjobgonebad - 19/10/2009 06:08 - Canada
Today, I was walking home from my acting gig at a haunted hayride. Even after spending lots of time washing the fake blood off my hands and face, I looked like I'd murdered someone. Perhaps that's why an officer stopped me and questioned me about a stabbing that happened earlier tonight. FML
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By  perdix  |  29

Fake blood washes off easily.

The real stuff can be very difficult, especially when you're still on the adrenaline rush after killing. It get even harder when the cops come and your conscience kicks in -- you're not the bad-ass sociopath you thought you were, huh?

Haunted hayride? Nice alibi, but it's not a license to kill.

MWAHAHAHA!

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  Reyo  |  2

It's still an inconvenience, and not every cop is going to play by the "innocent untill proven guilty" moral. When I was in a car accident a month ago, the first cop on the scene started yelling at me like it was my fault after 5 seconds of "assessing" the situation. The second cop chewed the first one's ass out that it was NOT my fault and in fact the other guy, but it was still aggravating.

I woulda had some fun though. "Do you know of a stabbing that took place earlier tonight?"
"Ye- noooo...wait, you mean the one down by *specific address*?"
"No..."
"Oh, phew, nevermind. No, no I don't know of any stabbing."

You might get in trouble for messing with a cop though...:D

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  noobgang7  |  5

I do that all the time, there was a cop down the street from me and as I walked by I was like "how did they find me already I just killed the guy 20 mins ago" and I booked it up the street and they were just laughing :p

By  perdix  |  29

Fake blood washes off easily.

The real stuff can be very difficult, especially when you're still on the adrenaline rush after killing. It get even harder when the cops come and your conscience kicks in -- you're not the bad-ass sociopath you thought you were, huh?

Haunted hayride? Nice alibi, but it's not a license to kill.

MWAHAHAHA!

By  adeanurr  |  0

I know how you feel. I work at a haunted hayride in Ontario too, scared the shit out of my high roommate and friends in full Joker looking makeup. Love life. Do you work at Colasanti's pherhaps?