The Other I

July 11, 2010

Update for Virginia

Filed under: Uncategorized — theotheri @ 3:13 pm

One of the most active causes of unexplained change has been almost completely dismissed by a cynical scientific age.

But recent research confirms that Gremlins, like Santa Claus, exist in almost every household in the known world.

There is no other viable alternative to explain

  • what my reading glasses got into the refrigerator
  • how car keys were locked into a car that required the keys to lock the car in the first place
  • who opened a window in the guest bedroom the night it rained and no one was there
  • why my credit card was found by a neighbour on the sidewalk in front of his house
  • how the gift I packed for my sister somehow escaped from my suitcase before I left for America and was returned to where I live in England

Gremlins are mostly friendly types who like to play tricks, although occasionally they can cause real trouble.

You might not believe in them, but everybody has at least one.

With special thanks to AA who has provided me with this most recent research into the pervasive effects of gremlins.



  1. my side:
    how when i leave my computer on at night, and how its alwaysed changed the page to the “gremlins” trailer, even tho i was alone at the time
    how i found my dog on the roof tied to the chimney while repairing the roof( she was still alive, thank god)
    how my waffels had skin flakes in them and i dont own a reptile.
    how all the beer and soda in the house were found in the attic, all empty.


    Comment by alishashaun — July 15, 2010 @ 11:39 pm | Reply

    • Thank you for sharing some of your gremlin’s “tricks.” It sounds as if he/she/it is very clever — to be handled no doubt with care.
      The Other I


      Comment by theotheri — July 16, 2010 @ 6:53 am | Reply

  2. but wait, theirs more:
    how i found my screwdriver jabbed into the wall were my sisters fan art of gizmo was
    how i found out that the dog was locked in the new working freezer, stiff but not dead ( thank god again)


    Comment by alishashaun — July 19, 2010 @ 12:30 pm | Reply

    • Oh my, this is beginning to sound like a gremlin that needs taking in hand. Have these antics been going on for very long or is this particular gremlin a new arrival? The Other I


      Comment by theotheri — July 19, 2010 @ 1:52 pm | Reply

      • its been going on since i heard of gremlins.
        EVEN MORE:
        the dog has a screwdriver in her leg
        the car that took the dog back to the hospital had its tire blown off, seriously, i was in it. one second the tires ther, the next thing u know it shoots out of its place, hitting another car.
        the dog got home safely, but only to get a pile of books dropped on it.
        how the chairs were upside down, with a “G” carved into everyone
        how the frige was bull of all the beer and soda that was found in the attic.
        how all the food was found eaten in crumbs in the attic.
        so i think the gremlin hates my dog.


        Comment by alishashaun — July 20, 2010 @ 1:43 am

  3. AND…..
    how i feel claws touching my hair every night
    how i hear a scratchy voice saying” don’t be afraid of your doom….” whenever i finally fall asleep
    how the tv turned off, and i started to see shadow puppets of a dog getting chopped up
    how i was in the hospita the other night after falling off a waterfall, and my bed went up, and down, and left and right, and crackling laughs were made when ever i screamed, and how the doctor came back and it looked like nothing happened, he says he thinks im insane…….
    am i going crazy or is that a female gremlin making out with my fan art of Mohawk……. i think i am insane….wait………….. oh god its heading torwards me…….G2G


    Comment by alishashaun — July 20, 2010 @ 1:50 am | Reply

  4. For Alishashaun: yours is not a gremlin. It can only be a poltergeist (German for Rumbling Spirit) and they are known for truly meanspirited tricks. A gremlin would only steal your credit card (mine likes them) or let you leave the house thinking you had money but you did not. They are also after keys but I outsmarted mine by installing electronic door locks, no keys. Locking the car doors when the keys are in the ignition and you need a key to open the door, is a favorite. I no longer have my credit card, but I am letting the gremlin hold my debit card, hoping it will keep it happy. Evidently it needs a real job and now it has one.


    Comment by budavar — July 20, 2010 @ 12:00 pm | Reply

  5. To Alishashaun — I agree with Budavar. What you are describing sounds more serious than a friendly gremlin who just likes to play fun tricks. Unlike most gremlins, sometimes we can’t handle poltergeists all by ourselves.

    The Other I


    Comment by theotheri — July 21, 2010 @ 4:13 pm | Reply

    • gremlins arent that friendly….. you would know if you read the original script.


      Comment by alishashaun — July 21, 2010 @ 9:26 pm | Reply

      • You are right. I am not well-acquainted with gremlins. But I wish you best of luck with yours. The Other I


        Comment by theotheri — July 22, 2010 @ 6:51 am

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