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Day Joined: October 05, 2002 02:35 PM
Last Login: January 05, 2004 04:05 PM
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evil_toaster's Bio: 
The Evil Toaster is a force not to be reckoned with. It was born out of a freak accident when mad scientist/musician Christopher R. Davis attempted to re-create a similar toaster that he had seen on one of his favorite films, Ghostbusters 2. Says Davis, “All I had in mind was to replicate the so-called ‘Number one Christmas boutique gift item’ which was originally produced by the Ghostbusters in a science experiment to see if certain ectoplasmic residue, when after coming in contact with certain human emotions, could affect its physical surroundings. Unfortunately, something went terribly wrong...” Davis was correct, for when he was trying to modify his ordinary household toaster, evil spirits were amiss. Rumor has it that the professor’s house was haunted; although this was never proven, some say that because his house was, in the past, a museum, it contained many “ghosts”, some of which at the time were alive and well in their respective self-portrait paintings. Perhaps it something to do with the old painting he still had of Vigo the Carpathian sitting in the corner of his laboratory. But for whatever reason, just after he had inserted the ectoplasm into the toaster, the lights went out. Then, as Davis claims, sounds came from the toaster. Trembling with both fear and excitement for his experiment was a success, he lit a match, only to see his beloved toaster jumping around the lab, crashing into glass and causing destruction. “The last thing I remember from that dreadful evening is the toaster stopping its reign of terror, pausing for a moment, looking up at me, and then jumping up to my hand, as if it were trying to bite it off. It latched itself on to me; the mach fell from my fingers, and then I fainted. I woke up the next morning to find a hole in the lab window. The toaster must have escaped through there.”

The monster went on to cause all kinds of mischief - robbing banks, frightening children at school, numerous accounts of indecent exposure, and also burning toast. So the next morning that your breakfast pops up from your toaster char-broiled, watch out. It may be your last.

Think I’ve got too much time on my hands? You’re right.

If you want to get in touch with me, send me an email or find me on AIM. I'm on there 24/7.

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