RINGS, submitted by Sharr. A group of high school students take the movie "The Ring" too seriously and start drawing pictures of ladders and doughnuts to prove, well, something. I'm not exactly sure what this page is about, something revolving around "(THE TAPE)" and spelling the word "you" as "U." WHEN U C THE RING U DIE IN 7 DAYZ LOL!!!!
I'd heard about (THE TAPE) and friends had begged me to join in - I really don't know why I waited so long:::it's like u see things more clearly - as if u put on special glasses or something - dunno, it is hard to explain - easier to show. Look atwhat is that?? And why did I draw it?? Because I saw it as I walked down the hall at school - there it was - like I could reach out and touch it::actually I tried. As real as a 3D hologram - I could walk around it, u could look up into the holes and see infinity - as if u stepped into a psychedelic amusement park (SHE is a presence).
I'm going to guess here that (THE TAPE) is simply a 90-minute VHS instructional on how to use the smudge and blur tools in Photoshop. Make sure to check out the wonderful day-by-day testimonials from these exciting teenagers who took a walk in the dark side and lived to tell the tale! My favorite part of "The Ring" was when the horse fell off the boat.
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