(SOS/ASAP/WTF) Well it’s finally here, and so far it’s going pretty good, knock on wood, the most dread day of 2012, the third Friday the 13th, in other words: Friday the 13th Part 3.
Of all the events to mark this momentous year: one super moon, the end of the Mayan calendar, the transit of venus, the blue moon in August – did I leave anything out? – of ALL of them, the third Friday the 13th of the year, is the most dreaded day of all.
Why? Because it marks the day and the sequel that saw one of the most famous psychopaths of all time return in a hockey mask to Camp Crystal Lake with knitting needles and knives in what most agree is among the goriest, saddest and possibly the worst killing sprees of all time.
Also because as everyone knows, three is the magic number, and this is the third Friday the 13 of 2012. The result is widespread fear about a possible wave of terrible Friday the 13th Part 3 homage events breaking out around the globe.
But luckily, perhaps due to the numerous changes in video format since Part 3 was first unleashed or maybe due to its generally agreed upon lameness, there have been NO reports of terrifying Friday the 13 Part 3 events to mar the day. Yet.
There is still time and as everyone knows, Jason always comes out at night! On the lake. Just when you least expect him. Like when you’re taking a little snooze in the middle of the lake in your boat or when you decide it would be the perfect time to try skinny dipping at Camp Crystal Lake, the site of two previous teen massacres…
You get the idea. So smart survivors should never underestimate the cult appeal of this proven Hollywood franchise tonight.
As night falls, please watch out for strangers in hockey masks and coveralls. If there are knitting needles in your home, hide them immediately. Got a sudden urge to go skinny dipping? JUST DON’T! And if you are staying at a lake tonight? Stay off it tonight, whatever you do.
In fact, stay away from all lakes. And showers while you’re at it. Maybe he can’t fit through the water pipes like Jaws, but still, the water? You never know.
As always, your survival is my survival!by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com