Top 10 Things Stephen King Ruined for Us
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This guy could make a toaster oven terrifying. From cell phones, to cars, to pets, Stephen King is the master of making the ordinary scary. WatchMojo ranks the top things Stephen King ruined for us.

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#10. Cell Phones
#9. Kink
#8. Other People
#7. Cars / Trucks
#6. Children / Childhood Innocence
#5. Prom
#4. Pets
#3, #2, #1???

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  1. Hitchcock actually started the trend, where the authors make ordinary stuff seem scary.. Like shower curtains, birds… People.. 😅

  2. I never liked clowns, they have always been creepy to me so that shouldn’t be on this list in my opinion. Cell phones turning people into crazy zombies it just stupid. Haunted/possessed/evil cars is impossible to believe in, so that is not weird nor has it ruined cars for me. Kids can be weird or creepy in real life, it should be expected since they are developing as human beings/coming into their own personality. The prom one is dumb. Pets only go “bad” cuz of the people that are around them or cared for or in some cases mistreated, I feel sorry for animals that are abused, unlike people who I couldn’t give a shit about. Basically, I think this list is dumb and stupid. If you get sucked into believing fictional worlds like these, then you need a reality check as there could be something wrong with you.

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