25 Signs That Are Scarier Than They Need to Be

Whether it's the vagueness, the real looming threat, or even the placement of the sign, these warnings do their job extra hard. Something about them really makes you want to not do what you were thinking of doing, stay in the car, and turn back. Here are some more warning signs that mean business.

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Rose McGowan releases a terrifying music video.
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Can't unsee.

Rose McGowan is really pushing her way back into popular culture over the past several months.

She got a lot of coverage for calling out her years of experience with sexism in Hollywood.

That got her fired from her agent and she handled it right out in public.

And now it looks like the Planet Doom star wants to start a music career. One based around nightmarish performance art.

She released the first video for the track RM486 Sept. 21. And while the music itself isn't really anything to deserve attention, the video is pretty terrifying.

It does have breasts in it, if that's a thing you need to worry about. But, really, that should be the least of your concerns.

Rats can climb into your toilet and we know how.
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Welp, just plan on holding it for the rest of your life.

National Geographic decided to make everyone feel even less safe by writing up a long piece, complete with video, on how exactly rats can scale up your pipes and pop into your toilet. Sadists over there, every one of them.

Rats' superpowers are near-mythical: They can swim for three days. They can fit through holes the size of a quarter. They've even been said to have no solid bones, just cartilage (definitely false, and I can't confirm whether they can collapse their ribcages). I looked to science for the truth. But I was surprised by the dearth of studies on the Norway rat—the common city rat, Rattus norvegicus—in the wild (the wild in this case being any city on Earth). Despite our long human history with lab rats, we know very little about the lives of the rats in our homes.

..."If it doesn't have food and water, it goes into this kind of 'crazy mode,'" ['Rat King' Robert] Corrigan said. Rats have a very low tolerance for hunger—so to get rid of them simply ask where they're getting food and eliminate the source.

Corrigan said... it does make it easier for rats to get into toilets. As if to make the point, the day after we capped our toilet pipe, a rat popped up in my next-door neighbor's toilet.

Plus, toilet drainage turns out to be a boon for sewer rats. "Lots of food gets flushed," Corrigan pointed out.

Yep, you can't think of the toilet as a safe throne. Think of it more of a rat dimensional portal.

They even put together a frighteningly descriptive video on just exactly a rat can make its little way up to the commode and into your nightmares.

Here's a TL;DW gif:

We apologize for stripping you of further illusions of comfort. Blame the rats.

Via Vera Barr
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This honestly looks terrifying and no person really deserves this. The reason the mob is going after Ukraine's Economic Development Party member Vitaly Zhuravsky is he has a history of trying to pass bills that would crack down on anti-government protests. He also sues the press for saying mean things about him.

If we did this with every corrupt politicians we would run out of dumpsters.