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post #11 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 11:22 AM
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post #12 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 12:50 PM
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spiders..
But, well, I freak out if enyone touches my with....
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Im not really afraid of it, but I hate it and it should be destroyed
im wierd
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post #13 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 01:13 PM
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I take pride in the fact that I'm not scared of to many things. And even the things I say scare me don't really...

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post #14 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 01:23 PM
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I find the right wing terrifying. Quite genuinely xD I know politics is a bit taboo here as many people's emotions run high, but as a leftie-liberal Brit who will never live anywhere without decent gun control and a proper health system, the right wing scares me. I mean, I find the British right wing odd (and occasionally very distasteful), but the American right wing really is a frightening thing to me!

I'm also scared of needles (I get panic attacks if I have an injection) and ventriloquist's dummies.

I'm quite a coward in real life; I don't have many phobias but I won't do 'adventurous' things like rollercoasters. I sail a little bit but I don't go out in high winds and usually reef my sail; I hate putting lean on the boat. Nevertheless, I haven't once yet been scared on a horse. It's incredible, and while it's partly testament to how clever my instructors have been at pacing me, it's also been a brilliant experience. I don't normally get the 'woah, slight danger = excitement' thing but a fast canter is really exciting!

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sounds like there's a lot of the same on things on here....and some definitely different ones :)
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ooh, I forgot !
Guns, and armys ! There isn´t an army here and i´ve never seen a gun in real life, but still they make me just want to go buy a bullet-proof bubble I can live in..
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post #17 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 03:00 PM
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I find the right wing terrifying. Quite genuinely xD I know politics is a bit taboo here as many people's emotions run high, but as a leftie-liberal Brit who will never live anywhere without decent gun control and a proper health system, the right wing scares me. I mean, I find the British right wing odd (and occasionally very distasteful), but the American right wing really is a frightening thing to me!
Me too Claire and not much scares me. Snakes, bugs etc. don't phase me but to quote Will Rogers "I don't belong to any organized political party...I'm a Democrat"

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spiders and the boogie man

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post #19 of 73 Old 09-19-2008, 03:13 PM
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Much like my hubby up there ^ I'm not scared of too much. I do have a thing about escalators, so small-town-girl I understand what you mean. Its not the escalator its the rubber hand rail thing that creeps me out. I can't touch it. Its just germy greasy gross.
I also have a thing about being stuck someplace I can't get out of. I can't sit on the inside in a booth at a restaurant. Large crowds, that sort of thing.
I guess just your basic claustrophobia.


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