A Library is Pleading with Visitors to Stop Sticking Googly Eyes on Book Covers


A Library is Pleading with Visitors to Stop Sticking Googly Eyes on Book Covers

Staff at a library in Indiana are begging visitors to stop sticking googly eyes on book covers because the outcome will “haunt nightmares for all eternity.”

Patrons of the Alexandria-Monroe Public Library have allegedly ruined several books by gluing googly eyes to the covers. To illustrate their point, the library shared a snap of horror novella ‘The Turn of the Screw’ to their Facebook page, and the result will chill you to the core.

A Library is Pleading with Visitors to Stop Sticking Googly Eyes on Book Covers

The amusing photo has already garnered plenty of likes and shares, and was captioned with: “‘We’d like to remind patrons to not attach googley eyes to books.

“It can cause damage to the cover and in this case haunt our nightmares for all eternity. Thank you. — with Creepy Kid.”

Although, many following the post pointed out that sharing the hilarious prank is more likely to inspire people than deter them, and result in more terrifying googly-eyed book covers in the future.

A Library is Pleading with Visitors to Stop Sticking Googly Eyes on Book Covers

“If this post was intended to keep people from damaging books, I think it will not accomplish its purpose,” said one commentator.

While another added: “This post has convinced me I must attach google eyes to all books. Thank you.”

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