Tweeps get creative with #ScaryStoriesIn5Words

With halloween around the corner, it's not all doom and gloom in the world, but there are certainly situations that some people would rather avoid.

While everyone has a "worst nightmare" you wouldn't expect it to involve the absence of carbohydrates or an internet connection.

Tweeps painted what they believe to be some less than ideal scenarios using the trending hashtag #ScaryStoriesIn5Words.


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