A thick, gluttonous, jelly-filled blob that can be found lurking in attics and slinking under children’s beds. Globsters have two pus-filled extremities, used for scaling walls and adhering to surfaces. While traveling along the ground, the Globster will leave a thick mucus-like secretion residue in its wake. The motive of a Globster is unknown but it is believed that it simply attempts to create a large gloppy mess of goo and slop for others to clean up. It is selfish, unkempt and often seen returning opened or used merchandise to stores.