Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Back by Popular Demand--Naughty Ghost Tool Shopping

Okay, call me raunchy. Call me dirty-minded. My friends just call me bawdy. These are the sorts of videos I make when I am bored and restless. I made it this past summer but I thought I'd share it with the newer readers. It will keep you wondering...Oh, and yes, I did purchase a piece of equipment on this venture, but you will just have to wonder which item it was and how it betters the ghost hunting field.

Honestly, given how ineffective today's ghost hunting tools are, perhaps these finds might be the way of the future, certainly more entertaining. Wouldn't you like to see Steve and Tango waving these around while Steve pontificates about the haunting in the place in his "I'm serious" tone of voice?

19 comments:

  1. I'm guessing you bought the LED lamp. But why would they sell that in an electric toothbrush shop?

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  2. Exactly. Just an innocent shopping trip and all these strange devices. What's a girl to do?

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  3. Well, I guess we know where (and how?) you spend YOUR time when you're not ghost hunting!

    (I can recommend a few items)

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  4. Bubba;
    Actually, it was my first foray into such a shop. I led a sheltered married life with a very unimaginative man. It was fun to appease my curiosity. So, these recommendations? Would they come from the movie area? the clothing area? the S&M room? or the general tools department?

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  5. (I see you really checked out the shop thoroughly!)

    In lieu of getting to show you myself (darn it!), I'll leave you with one word: Dolphin

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  6. Hrm, do ghosts have interesting sex "lives"?

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  7. Vapor;
    Perhaps just for curiosity sake, the sound of a vibrator might make them come to visit just to investigate what the heck is buzzing. If not, they would surely come to use the energy from the batteries...

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  8. Oh, and Bubba, I am highly gifted in spatial and spatially synesthetic, as well as having a photographic memory, so that entire store is cataloged in my head. I think I enjoyed the shoes the most and the movies, except there was literally a man in a trenchcoat in the movie area, so I avoided it. I had a feeling whatever he had to flash would probably be in the horror section and not erotica.

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  9. LOL! Yes, never trust a man in a trenchcoat when it's not raining.

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  10. Bubba;
    That's gotta be #1 in single gal's advice. Thanks, buddy! (trench coats are especially unusual in hot weather in AZ--was HIGHLY suspicious)

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  11. Please don't ghost hunt in my house.

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  12. Echo;
    You should have seen what I got at the Petsmart for hunting!

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  13. Can I take your ghost buddy house shopping?

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  14. Gee, thanks. That last horrifying video image is now burned onto my retinas. I'm amazed YouTube hasn't censored the video. ;)

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  15. HN;
    Perhaps the title makes them over look it.

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  16. I wonder if Abby would make an appearance if we used some of the raunchy ghost gear? Ya never know...

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  17. Girl's gone an eternity without a man...

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  18. "Burt Gummerfan: Monster Hunter NOW With Advanced Thrusting Action!"
    Hmmmm.... Nahhh.

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