Don’t Cry Over It

The Nightcap


“The greatness of art is not to find what is common but what is unique.” – Isaac Bashevis Singer

Reporter Crys On Live TV

It should go without saying that haunted houses can be a great deal of fun! With Halloween coming up we will probably become bombarded with more haunted houses than we can stand. There are some haunted places that are mediocre, but then again, there are some places that will make you pee your pants if you are not careful. Such is the case with this haunted house that was being reported on by one unlucky news reporter.

We don’t want to laugh at a guy who is so scared that he cries in front of the world, but hey…we are only human! In this case, you have a reporter who thought it would be fun to walk the world through a haunted house that is so scary that a person must sign a waiver prior to entering. Well, needless to say, the reporter learned right away why such a waiver was required. To make matters worse, the reporter joined two teenage girls who also walked into the haunted house…only they didn’t cry about it.

We all love to be frightened by something that we know isn’t real. This is why we love scary movies and haunted houses, especially if they force us to sign something saying we take responsibility for our inability to handle what we might see. This seems to heighten our curiosity, as well as our hunger to be frightened to death. The question, in this case, is why the reporter felt he needed to fear the haunted house so much, especially knowing that it was all fake!?

He agreed to go into the house, along with his cameraman and two teenagers, only to have the world witness him being the biggest chicken around. So much for his ability to face his coworkers the next day without their laughing in his face. As a matter of fact, one of the reporters began to joke about him prior to the video ending. It’s enough to make anyone laugh out loud at the expense of someone else.

Watch the video and see just how funny it can be when you witness an adult crying on national television over a fake house filled with masked monsters.

An introvert’s guide to social freedom

Being social for a shy person is difficult already, let alone in a cold, Northern capital city wrought by a past of social mistrust under communist rule.

With all the cards stacked against him, Kaspars Breidaks managed to break through the social barriers by following a set of five principles he put together himself. Highly influenced by his experience with improv, following these principles will lead to a kinder environment to live in, and certainly a good laugh every now and then. People who know Kaspars call him half-man, half-amazing.

Kaspars seems to be made of pure positivity, charisma, enthusiasm, and humor. Kaspars is all in one: a radio show host, an actor, a co-founder of the Spiediens improvisation theatre, Improv Comedy Riga, and is a proud member of the “Ohana” European improvisation theater project that brings together 50 experienced improvisers from different cultures, countries, and backgrounds.

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Taylor Swift Reacts to Embarrassing Footage of Herself After Laser Eye Surgery

Taylor Swift reacts to some never-before-seen footage of her acting loopy after laser eye surgery and she teases what songs she’ll perform on Saturday Night Live.

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