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Monday, March 13, 2006


We were playing with a ouija board the other night and I asked it some serious questions that only I know the answer to and it was wrong.


Anonymous Duckie said...

Not to be jerk or nothing, but the correct spelling of "Weejie board" is "oujia bored". I just didn't want any of your readers to be confused.

Your pal


10:17 AM  
Blogger Jim Weed said...

Duckie, are you one of those people who constantly looks for mistakes in others? But fine, I'll fix it. Your wrong about "bored" though.

6:37 PM  
Anonymous kid a said...

jim, i bet it was right. probably you just think you know the answers, but actually, you are wrong. ouija boards are pretty smart.

besides if it was wrong about whatever you asked it i bet you weren't doing it right or you were asking the wrong questions. ouija boards are the best at talking to dead people anyways. that's why morrissey made a song about it.

9:14 AM  
Blogger Uber Mannlich said...

I agree with Kid A on this point. One time I used a Oija board with a friend and a girl that neither one of us really knew. The girl just watched us do it, but it told us things about her dead grandpa that neither one of us could have possibly known. At first we just asked it who it was, who we would marry and how we would die, and it seemed pretty harmless- except that the way I die is a bit disturbing. But, I got pretty freaked out by it on account of how it started telling us about the girl's grandpa because she started crying about it. I haven't dabbled in the dark arts ever since- except I do still occassionally break a wishbone at Thanksgiving time.

9:40 AM  
Blogger Jim Weed said...

kid a,

I asked it what I was doing last night right before I fell asleep and it didn't know. So, I mean, you can't really argue with that.


I am no fan of the dark arts. Not like I don't like them, I just don't think they are real or that there is even such a thing.

10:54 AM  
Blogger Uber Mannlich said...

Once I didn't believe them either. But if you had seen what I have you would start believing. There is a lady that lives outside of Bowling Green that would make you believe, Jim. She is the one that leads the big bull through town by a little rope tied to a ring in its nose. She has stood on her front porch before and commanded a whole flock of bees to attack a man in the name of the Lord.

This stuff is real, Jim. I swear it. I have spoken to spirits through Ouija boards on several occassions, and I can tell you that they know what is up. Maybe you just got a spirit that was teasing you. I mean they don't have to tell you the truth.

4:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

About fifteen years ago me and a couple of my cousins on a dare, snuck into a vacant house that a lot of people said was haunted because a teenage girl commented suicide, then the next day the father did too. Appearantly it happened in the late sixties. When people would buy or rent the house over the years, they would generally not stay there very long on account of the hauntings. That was the story anyway, I thought it was a bunch of bull crud. So anyway we slipped through a basement window and went up into the dining room and set up the oujia board on the wooden floor. We asked it if anyone had ever died in the house and it said yes. Then we asked it if the ghost was still there and it said maybe. But then we heard footsteps going away from us, then a bedroom door shut and we could hear two people arguing. It sounded like a father and a daughter that were really mad at each other. We heard what sounded like a dresser drawer tip over then it was silent.

We got the crap out of there fast!

11:53 AM  
Anonymous maxwell said...

One time I ordered a double from wendy's with no onions, extra everything else. when i got it, it had the onions. I wanted to weejee board that kid's ass!

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Milo said...

All I'm saying is that flatulation punctuates the still night air......and I THANK GOD YOU'RE HERE!!!!!!!!!

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Me and my friends and some friends of ours were just goldbricking one day, and we decided to play around with a Weejie Bored and we asked whether it had ever gone out to eat and found a big hair in its food, but then just set the hair aside and finished the dish........and it said "YES" and I was like, "Man that is TOO WEIRD"

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Grillburger said...

One time when I was little, me and my sister were playing Connect Four and when the game ended, there was an upside-down cross pattern made from checkers. My sister told my mom about the incident so our mom burned our Connect Four game in the fireplace.

Here's the kicker though... 'cause the next morning a new Connect Four game appeared at the foot of my sisters bed.

5:21 PM  
Blogger Jacob Crisp said...

The thing about Oujia Boards is that they sneak up on you. At first it's just fun and games and then the next thing you know, evil personages and apparations are appearing to you in the middle of the night. Then you're not the one who's laughing.

So speaking from personal experience, you don't want to joke around with this stuff or demonic entities will hound your ass for the next three years until you get the mormon "elders" to come over and banish them. Possession is no laughing matter, especially when it involves your house, cat and even some of your childhood collectibles (I won't name names cause I heard that LucasFilms is very litigious).

1:30 PM  

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