Basements and attics.

Fed up talking videogames? Why?

Scary or just 'places'

Creepy as gooseberry fool
6
27%
Rapidlygreying is a big pansy boy
16
73%
 
Total votes: 22
User avatar
Rapidly-Greying
Member
Joined in 2008
Location: Kelty, scotland
Contact:

PostBasements and attics.
by Rapidly-Greying » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:52 pm

Nope,to creepy and an overridden amount of dark corners,strawberry floated up freaky noises and massive, rabbit eating spiders.

Rapidly-greying is SHITE at games
User avatar
Errkal
Social Sec.
Joined in 2011
Location: Hastings
Contact:

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Errkal » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:55 pm

Wimp.

User avatar
Green Gecko
Director
Joined in 2008
Location: Sussex
Contact:

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Green Gecko » Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:32 pm

I rent but mine is fully converted so I work in it.

It's honestly quite nice, there's an archway and tiles and stuff.

Support GRcade | t: @GRcade | FB: GRcadeUK | YT: GRcadeVideo | Twitch: GRcadeUK
Image
Image
User avatar
Curls
Member
Joined in 2008

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Curls » Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:32 pm

Image

User avatar
Green Gecko
Director
Joined in 2008
Location: Sussex
Contact:

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Green Gecko » Fri Oct 19, 2018 11:39 pm

Exactly what I was thinking :lol: fortunately when I was a kid, our basement was filled. Before my parents moved in, all the houses being renovated on the street had their rubble dumped in our basement, rather than paying for a skip, so we were the only house without one. Great :|

Support GRcade | t: @GRcade | FB: GRcadeUK | YT: GRcadeVideo | Twitch: GRcadeUK
Image
Image
User avatar
Tsunade
Member
Joined in 2018

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Tsunade » Sat Oct 20, 2018 1:41 am

I've never had a basement. Mum's house has an attic that's too dangerous to go into, if you go in there you're more than likely to fall through the floor and into a bedroom :lol:

Image
Image
User avatar
Dowbocop
Member ♥
Joined in 2008

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Dowbocop » Sat Oct 20, 2018 4:21 am

My loft growing up had a "face" in the 6' mass of fibreglass water tank cladding that you could actually see from the hall landing. I first saw it when I was about four and it took a LOT of explaining to get me to go to bed that night :lol:

The basement in my first student halls was huge and really creepy. We went down there once and saw a load of chairs arranged in a semi-circle around a picture of Daniel Radcliffe that had BB holes in it. It got locked by management during the first term but I vaguely remember there being ghost tours when the upstairs floor held a Halloween party. I was a strawberry floating mess that night so things are hazy...

User avatar
Saint of Killers
Member
Member
Joined in 2008

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Saint of Killers » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:54 am

I sleep in a attic. It's lovely.

I'm in the basement on a semi-regular basis. It's dank, dark (even with the light on!) and full of spiders that'll have you if you're in there a second longer than you need to be. I swear I've seen WHITE!, spindly, almost-invisible-to-the-naked-eye spiders down there.

| (•_•)| S: This is the best date I've been on since my last date. PB: This is not a date.
S: Neither was the last one. It was a robbery. M: Really? S: Yeah. She stole my heart. And my crown. (❍ᴥ❍ʋ)
User avatar
Vermilion
Member
Joined in 2018
Location: Everywhere
Contact:

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Vermilion » Sat Oct 20, 2018 8:03 am

When i was a kid, the under the stairs cupboard was behind an old wooden door, it was completely dark in there, with endless cobwebs and massive spiders, and i never dared set foot in there as it was creepy as hell.

User avatar
Moggy
"Special"
Joined in 2008

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Moggy » Sat Oct 20, 2018 9:29 am

I’ve never lived anywhere with a basement but can’t imagine I’d think it creepy.

I used to love getting up into the attic when I was a kid. My parents used to just dump everything up there, so whenever I went up there I’d find old toys and tools and other cool stuff. Seeing by torchlight just made it more exciting and cobwebs never bothered me.

User avatar
Green Gecko
Director
Joined in 2008
Location: Sussex
Contact:

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Green Gecko » Sat Oct 20, 2018 9:32 am

Last time I went up there it was literally caked in inches of dust but I did find some cool stuff like a colour enlarger (for photo developing). It was hell trying to clean the space for storage though.

Support GRcade | t: @GRcade | FB: GRcadeUK | YT: GRcadeVideo | Twitch: GRcadeUK
Image
Image
User avatar
darksideby182
Member
Joined in 2008
Location: cove grove

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by darksideby182 » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:10 am

I love a basement just for having it as a 'man cave'. As for attics they get too hot in the summer for me so are a pain not so worried about the creepy side on things in both places.

Image
Wii U : punkeator
Xbox live : darksideby182
Psn : darksideby182
steam : Punkeator
Origin : Punkeator
Switch : 6739-1557-7191
User avatar
Ironhide
Member
Joined in 2008
Location: Autobot City

PostRe: Basements and attics.
by Ironhide » Sat Oct 20, 2018 4:28 pm

Vermilion wrote:When i was a kid, the under the stairs cupboard was behind an old wooden door, it was completely dark in there, with endless cobwebs and massive spiders, and i never dared set foot in there as it was creepy as hell.


When I was a kid I used to love going into the under-stair cupboard with a torch and pretending it was an unexplored cave.

Have never lived in a house with a basement or proper attic though.

Image

Return to “Stuff”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: IAmTheSaladMan, massimo, more heat than light, Oblomov Boblomov, Snowcannon and 53 guests