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So creepy that Jane popped up out of nowhere and I got so scared that I had nightmares of her popping up on the screen.
This one scared me when I was little
First it's just staring at you, creepily, then a drum rapidly plays getting faster and faater as the frogs head goes up, and then jumpscare. The jumpscare is the frog flipping, the part that scared me the most is the BOING sound.
These things gave me one nightmare, mainly on the end.
Darn, this moment scared me when I was little. At the beginning, there is a puppet show, and at the end of the puppet show, the dog licks the screen. - Tyabcd
I always cried about it when I was a baby
There was a video called "Flower Murder" where a baby was watching numbers nursery on a laptop and the horse and the flower puppet show came on and when he ate the flower, the baby threw a HUGE MELTDOWN! And the mom was trying to calm down the baby. Plus, this video came with a disclaimer saying: Parental advisory: content may not be suitable for babies under 6 months old, due to graphic drama and/or violence to a flower.
This cone puppet was nightmare fuel for me when I was young. I was horrified of this disturbing kazoo voiced nightmare giraffe I got so scared to the point were I decided to not watch it anymore. Right now I've grown out of this drama. But when watching it today,I still get a little afraid inside.
When I was 2 years old, I got a nightmare where is was in a haunted, old room, the lights were off, and the T.V was off, then I heard a kazoo sound, and then the Giraffe Cone Puppet found me and it tried to kill me! - PBSDoink2002
If I ever see the walking ear or the walking nose, I feel like going to hide in another place so I can stay away from those creepy things.
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