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    take out anything that goes bump in the night

    She smiled back. “Yet another one of my special vam¬pire powers.” She pushed herself off the bed. “Now come on. I did a little exploring while you took that epic nap. You were out for like three hours. Anyway, I was scared to go too far by myself.”
    “You’re scared? You know you could probably take out anything that goes bump in the night?” ?? (she is a vampire)

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    Re: take out anything that goes bump in the night

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbell View Post
    She smiled back. “Yet another one of my special vam¬pire powers.” She pushed herself off the bed. “Now come on. I did a little exploring while you took that epic nap. You were out for like three hours. Anyway, I was scared to go too far by myself.”
    “You’re scared? You know you could probably take out anything that goes bump in the night?” ?? (she is a vampire)
    "To take out" means to kill.

    "Things that go bump in the night" is a phrase used for anything scary! Imagine that horrible feeling you get in your stomach when you are woken up by a strange noise in the middle of the night.

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