Friday, January 22, 2016

Japanese Urban Legend: Green face



Translated from Japanese by Shishou(師匠)

 

Urban Legend

Do you know about the "green face"?
It's a famous urban legend in the area where I live.

It's a story about a "green face" that peeks from bathroom's window when you're taking a bath.
I know it's an usual absurd story.
Again, there are people who claim to have seen it and made it out safely. They say that there is a way to protect yourself from it. No matter how scared you are, you must never look away from it. You have to keep staring at it. Of course, you can blink but it must remain in your sight.

If you make eye contact with it for a little while, it will disappear. Yeah, it's that type of boring thing.

What happens if you move your eyes away from it? Well, that's the thing even I don't know.
I've heard stories about people seeing the "green face" and making eye contact with it, but I've never come across anyone who looked away from it.
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6 comments:

  1. To be honest, sometimes I remember this story when I go to bathroom in the midnight (yes, I am a night owl). Kinda terryfing ^^

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    1. Even if you encounter the green face, just remember this story and don't look away from him. That'll that care of him.:)

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  2. I get it.
    It's like a staring contest with shrek. 'Cept it's unexpected and you're wet and butt-nekkid. Still creepy tho.

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    1. Shrek, wet, and being butt-naked: these words makes it more creepy because Shrek is love... Shrek is life.( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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  3. This ghost is a peeping tom pervert lol @o@

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