See a horror movie every time you turn on the light. No, I mean besides when you wake up from a one night stand, turn on the light and turn around to see the horror show next to you. Better hope you wore a Johnny soldier. You gotta wrap that rascal or you gonna be paying child support to Quasimodo over there. Anywho, these Horror Movie Light Switch And Outlet Plate Covers from MainSwitchPlates are a great way to decorate your horror themed hovel. Seriously though, use protection peeps. This has been a Creepbay PSA.
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I like to see skeletons every time I flip the switch. So I guess it’s good that I’m the local electric chair executioner. I kid. I kid. I like to see them on my light switch cover. Even if this Skeleton Light Switch Cover Plate does make me scream every time I turn the lights on. It shows a skeleton from the front and from the back. And may I just say that you have a nice pelvis. Hey, does your gluteus maximus turn into a gluteus minimus when you are all bones? I’m gonna say yes.
It’s alive! Alive! I don’t know about you, but I could never be a mad scientist and re-animate dead corpses. Like Ronnie James Dio, when I see lightning, it always brings me down. But it’s fun to pretend that you are creating a monster. Unlike my parents who skipped pretending and went straight for the horror.
Anywho, with every flick of this 3D Printed Frankenstein Light Switch Plate, you will feel like a God creating life. Or you know, at least a God turning the light on in the crapper.
This Zombie light switch cover will serve as a good reminder to always keep the lights on. Supernatural stuff usually kills people at night. You know what else kills at night? Stepping on LEGO pieces with bare feet, cursing at the top of one’s lungs and then tripping over the actual LEGO creation that you built as you fall backwards on your butt.
Pro tip: There’s no good way to explain to the doctor how a Harry Potter mini figure ended up lodged inside your chamber of secrets. Always keep the lights on people.