People In This Facebook Group Are Sharing Pics Of Objects With Threatening Auras (88 Pics) Interview With Author
Nothing is immune to having a threatening aura. And by that I mean not even birds, cats, food, bedrooms, texts, adverts… even toilets. So if you stop for a minute and look around, the chances are you may run into one of these cursed souls hiding in both animate and inanimate things.
There’s even a Facebook group “Objects With Threatening Auras” dedicated to sharing examples of objects that people suspect have threatening auras. That includes day-to-day items like a can of SPAM or a road sign, as well as more elaborate human-made monstrosities like weird dolls and pieces of furniture that look more appalling than comforting.
Below we wrapped up some of the most spine-chilling and entertaining examples of objects with doomed auras shared on the group, so pull your seat closer!
To find out more about the "Objects with Threatening Auras" Facebook group, Bored Panda reached out to Jojo Lynne, a 26-year-old moderator who collects Magikarp merchandise, rubber duckies, and any threatening objects she comes across.
"The origin of the group is based on a gift I got from my partner a few years ago," Lynne recounted. "He sent me a picture of a chunk of lead that he carved 'I love u' into. I told him to bring it home for me, and he did!" Now, Lynne said she just has a piece of lead that they keep out of reach in a closet.
The community behind the "Objects with Threatening Auras" Facebook group is wonderful so far, Lynne says. "We do our best to foster an environment that's inclusive and fun to come across. Our entry questions probably reflect that the best," they explained.
Speaking of the entry questions, Lynne said that they get a lot of questions about the group's entry question regarding the shopping cart. "To clear things up, it's based entirely on a post about what kind of people do/don't return the shopping cart when able. It's a fun little question but it also gives me the tiniest insight to those joining the group," the moderator explained.
When asked about the content which gets shared on the "Objects with Threatening Auras," Lynne told us that all of the content goes through moderation first. "I make sure that the content is relevant to the group name and filter out anything that doesn't fit. I typically send a message to the group member to let them know why it was denied," they said. Lynne also added that they don't post blatantly offensive material or anything that could start arguments easily.
And when it comes to the endearing appeal of threatening auras, Lynne argues that "the thing about threatening auras is that you don't really expect to be threatened by it."
They explained further: "There are objects that are supposed to be threatening, and ones that are not. With so many real threats, I think we find some laughs in objects that just have that vibe. There's an unlimited number of Objects With Threatening Auras as well, so that keeps it interesting for everyone!"
So far, Lynne doesn't have any solid plans for the group's future. "I could definitely use admins in the future because I'm the only one caring for the group at the moment and I'd really love to see it thrive more."