25 Funny Pictures Of People Getting Scared At Haunted House

#6 – Many individuals change into frightened shirt tuggers

Approve, it is somewhat gross yet it’s intriguing. Gleeking (or gleeting/clicking) resembles spitting – however not exactly: the term implies anticipating salivation from the submandibular organ upon pressure by the tongue. Curiously, the word gleek appears in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, where a character named Bottom says “Nay, I can gleek upon the event.” (The Bard implied it as “joke,” however, not spit like a camel).