Bubble Bath is a scary little tale about a young girl who has a horrifying experience in her own bathroom.
Jennifer was sitting at the desk in her bedroom, finishing up her homework. She had an exam the next day and needed to study. As she was searching for one of her schoolbooks, she recieved a text message on her cell phone.
She didn’t recognize the number, but the text read: “Take a bubble bath and go to bed its a school night mom.”
She probably ran out of credit and texted me from someone else’s phone, thought Jennifer.
She had already been planning to take a nice, relaxing bubble bath soon anyway, so she undressed, grabbed a clean towel and walked into the bathroom. She stopped in her tracks, surprised. The bathtub had already been filled to the brim.
Hmmm… That’s strange, she thought. I guess Mom filled it in advance.
Shrugging her shoulders, Jennifer dropped the towel and climbed into the bath. Her whole body was submerged before she became aware of a burning sensation all over her skin. Within seconds, the burning feeling got worse and worse until she was crying out in agony.
She jumped out of the bath, but it was too late. To her horror, she saw the water stained red. Blood red. The skin on her arms and legs was beginning to peel off. She looked at her leg and the skin there was peeling off too. Then her chest and stomach began to peel. All the skin on her body was coming off.
Pieces of her skin fell to the floor and she started screaming in pain. Her blood formed a puddle around her on the bathroom floor. In terrible pain, Jennifer opened the door of the bathroom and hobbled out. She made her way to her bedroom. Every step was agony. She left a bloody trail along the carpet.
She picked up her cell phone to call the police but there was a new text message waiting for her.
It read: “Next time, bathe in water.”
Jennifer heard laughter behind her and turned around to find a tall man dressed in black standing in the doorway. He was holding a jagged knife in one hand and an empty container of sulfuric acid in the other.
All I have to say about this one is that it was clearly written by a child. That isn’t intended as an insult. It’s just obvious that a new author wrote this story. I hope they keep at it.
@scardykat I’ve seen sulfuric acid on YouTube. It’s in the batteries of our cars. The acid is clear, not green. Some acids have different colors.
That is meesed up that little girl is stupid…. And what would any one want to take a bath. When your just sitting in your own dirt… And also any one that comes in my house will be attacked by my wonderfull Baby beautie cats April Rayne and Keke… I’m safe from any thing and if someone told me to it over text off a number I didn’t kno I deffenatly wouldn’t do it
Wouldn’t it be green?
lol awsome. sounds fun XD
SULFURIC ACID! OMG that is too dangerous….for skin…..The girl is really very stupid…she jumped into the acid water without checking.. Anyways she was going to take a bubble bath..so didnt she added bubbles?
Hah that was funny as hell! But how would the “water” stay warm if her mom probably left her home alone?
Why would you get in the bath without checking it first?
These stories have some dumb ass people, that’s what makes em funny
wow just wow