September 21st, 2006

Baby Devil

Posted in: Western — Tony
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  • Thanks to Mirna Ramos for submitting this story

    About 40 years ago in a small town in mexico, there used to be a man who loved to go out to another town on his horse to drink with his friends. He would constantly be drinking and going out, of course the wife could not stand that any more. So she told him,”You have to stop drinking because one day the devil will look for you out and he said no, you’re crazy & just dont want me to go out.

    On next day he got ready and he left to the other town to drink with his buddies, and when he was coming back through the trail by the river he kept thinking about what his wife had told him but then he heard a cry, he got off his horse and looked in the river and he could not believe what he saw, it was a baby that someone had thrown into the river. He went in and took the baby out of the water, he used his shirt to cover the baby, the baby looked about 4 months old. The man looked at the baby and said how can people do that to such an innocent creature? The baby had red shiny eyes and a really devilish look on his face. The baby looked at the man with a grin and said,” AND GUESS WHAT ELSE I ALREADY HAVE TEETH”!

    The following are even more Scarier :

    22 Comments »

    1. hey love it all mwah!

      Commented by darcy — August 15, 2007 @ 2:42 pm

    2. It is a take off, from the John Steinbeck short story i forget the name, but basically a farm hand comes back from drinking and finds a baby. The details are all the same down to the part about ‘look at my teeth’.

      Commented by Jim Davis — August 19, 2007 @ 7:39 pm

    3. dear reader,

      that was more like scary story you would when you are out camping

      is this real or a hoax?

      bye bye

      Commented by d & a carey — August 21, 2007 @ 9:04 pm

    4. Hahahaha! that sooooo-oooo ovaboard!!! thats the biggest load of bull i\’ve heard in my blady life….. if that were really the devil\’s child… the eyes would be pure black…not red, thats the demonic sign and it might be walking backwards….watch all your scary movies…eg(excorsism of emily rose: the excorsist) these stories are allllll rubbish

      Commented by The DlaliLama — August 25, 2007 @ 3:20 am

    5. zoisite

      Commented by kellyvambire — September 9, 2007 @ 10:04 pm

    6. haha bs how sad is dat!!

      Commented by john — October 17, 2007 @ 4:01 pm

    7. i’ve hear this story a lot from my hispanic friends

      Commented by lisa le — January 13, 2008 @ 4:58 am

    8. Never heard of that story dont believe its the DEVILS child

      Commented by alissa — April 25, 2008 @ 8:14 am

    9. I might not believe that much..But I do believe in ghosts because I have seen some of them. I have seen one white lady in our house and like a “capre” big black man who is living in a tree…they do exist…I’ve been wishing that i would see one to believe but…I finally believed and wished again to never see one again..

      Commented by Breine — July 5, 2008 @ 6:16 pm

    10. LMAOO

      “AND GUESS WHAT ELSE I ALREADY HAVE TEETH”

      you’d think; it being the devils baby and all, that it would have something more interesting or meaningful to say.

      FAKEEEE ^^

      Commented by Rosiee — July 16, 2008 @ 10:55 am

    11. that is crHow do you like being criticized? Does it make you feel like changing to
      accommodate your critic?

      Criticism is almost always a mistake. I don’t know anyone who likes
      being criticized, do you? It brings you down, makes you feel angry and
      resentful, and it hardly ever makes you want to change, does it?

      Constructive feedback is a horse of a different color. There’s no sting
      in it, because it’s not about your deficient character and it doesn’t
      come at you like an attack. It’s designed to give you valuable
      information and it assumes you care about doing well.

      So what’s the difference between constructive feedback and criticism?
      Well, it’s the difference between saying, “You never help around the
      house because you’re a slob and you just don’t care,” and saying, “When
      you forget to help with the housework, I feel overworked and taken for
      granted.”

      Can you see the difference? The first statement attacks character and
      sounds like it’s coming from a victim. The second states the facts and
      shares information about feelings without making the other person a
      villain. All that it takes to become an expert in constructive feedback
      is practice and a willingness to give up judgment and blame.

      It also helps to remember what your goal is. If you want more conflict,
      go ahead and blame. But if you want positive action, learn to give
      constructive feedback instead.

      Commented by dingi — August 24, 2008 @ 12:44 am

    12. BAAAHAAA! Going to make a story up, do it better

      Commented by jessi1971 — September 21, 2008 @ 5:44 am

    13. rosiee’s right

      Commented by alain — December 9, 2008 @ 8:38 pm

    14. So what happened to that drunk F#*k. If he was killed, then how do we know what the baby said. If he lived what kind of injuries did he sustain? I’m going to get somebody illiterate to translate these stories to me, because I’m tired of reading them over and over again…just to understand them. “AND GUESS WHAT ELSE I ALREADY HAVE TEETH”! Shouldn’t it be…..”AND GUESS WHAT ELSE I ALREADY HAVE…TEETH”! Pause after have!

      Commented by smokenmirrors — December 17, 2008 @ 12:04 pm

    15. dangerous !!!!!!

      Commented by lilly — May 4, 2009 @ 7:59 pm

    16. waaaa…If i would be there i would be laughing xD
      lmao the last part was funny
      and think if the baby would say to the man
      ” Want to drink beer? “

      Commented by SayWhat?~~ — August 26, 2009 @ 8:35 pm

    17. It is far from serious you uneducated nubs. Perhaps you should pick a book up once in a while? “of mice and men” would be a good start and would most likely lead you to the original version of this FICTIONAL story eventually =)

      Commented by stu — September 23, 2009 @ 8:17 pm

    18. The story is a load of horse crud. Thats all i havw 2 say on the matter.

      Commented by Andru — March 22, 2010 @ 1:47 am

    19. It’s obviously just a story, I don’t think the auther is trying to con anyone.

      Commented by jorgin von strangle — April 18, 2010 @ 11:20 am

    20. love it!!

      so much fun ang interesting
      haaaaaa!!

      Commented by the old devil — November 23, 2010 @ 11:18 am

    21. not horror anymore…

      Commented by harsha — January 29, 2012 @ 2:27 am

    22. In Philippines they call it Tiyanak but it doesn’t speak… They lure their preys thinking that they are babies crying and the next thing you know you’re dead.

      Commented by Jeu — May 17, 2012 @ 3:41 pm

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