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I'm afraid of swimming in the ocean and deep lakes. I've done it, but I can barely breathe and it freaks me the fuck out.

 

Roaches and pigeons too, fuckin yuck.. I'm not scared of them, but I think they're the most disgusting pieces of shit alive..

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not afraid of heights overall, only when my feet aren't grounded or theres a feeling of falling involved. planes are fine, unless they do that oops-sudden-drop thing, NO skydying, NO rollercoasters. seriously, the feeling of falling or having nothing under my feet=terror.

 

and ants when in large quantities. or any bug masses for that matter. but especially ants. like when youre walking down the sidewalk and for some reason theres a HOARD of them, like thousands? hate that. you know theyre plotting something. theyre too smart and to plentiful.

 

and spiders, duh. hate em.

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When I was a kid I had a fear of m ankles being grabbed by something under my couch. So I always ALWAYS swung my feet up onto the couch and even went to the length of stuffing pillows in the space between the couch and the floor or just jumping onto the couch.

 

As of now? I'm really just afraid of cops.

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I hate spider's and when i walk threw a web i run like 4-5 feet ahead and flail and jump up and down a couple time's

 

And height's and height's in video games you should check out just couse 2 for xbox 360! makes my stomach turn

 

& puking because i feel like ima stop breathing! i also have to be outside when puking i cant be inside at the time of puking i think i get claustrophobic at the same time ironic because i like drinking

 

And of course getting shots or freezing when at the dentist

 

And getting jumped or beat up couse i dont have a chest plate so a hit to the center of my chest can kill me!

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these things freak me the fuck out, there was this time i was driving and one of these fuckers was in my car zipping around and it was pissed, i almost smashed into a the car in front of me because i took my shirt off and started swating at the fucker.

 

 

 

WTF is that?

 

A giant ant with wings?

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Spiders get me, I used to like them as a kid and watch shows about them but now as soon as I walk through a web it's stop, drop and fucking roll.

 

 

 

I was okay with flying when I was younger, but now when I get on a plane I start thinking about the fact that I'm trapped on a giant metal container thousands of feet in the air. I'll usually just grab a pack of those air sick pills and take a couple and go to sleep.

 

 

 

I was trying to explain something similar to a mate the other day. I hate swimming near/off boats. Even when I think about it I get anxious. I can remember the last time I was swimming out in a small harbour alongside some yacht and I just had to bail. This huge thing next to me and I can't see anything else in the water because it's murky. Shit definitely freaks me out.

 

What are these air sick pills you speak of? Something I should look into, or just stick with Xanax, haha.

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only time i'm ever afraid of anything in water is when i'm near rocks. i dont care whats below me out in the middle of a lake or ocean. when i'm near a jetty or something, thats when i get weirded out about what could be lurking.

 

WTF is that?

 

A giant ant with wings?

 

i assumed it was some kind of wasp.

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What are these air sick pills you speak of? Something I should look into, or just stick with Xanax, haha.

 

You can usually grab them at the airport chemist, there's a few different brands but the 'original' one always works wonders, haha. I'm sure Xanax will do a better job but you can always just grab these at the airport and sleep away your flight.

Fucking worst is in turbulence and the plane decides to drop a few meters out of the sky. Fuck that. But it's okay when you're asleep :D

 

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We are neurologically wired to fear spiders/snakes etc, anything poisonous and small and/or hidden, from back in da day when we lived in huts and forests and plains etc. Although that mode of thinking is pretty outdated due to advanced civilizations, pest control, increases population, secure dwellings blah blah.

 

*Millions of people in the United States are injured from venoms produced by insects and other arthropods each year. Of these injuries about 25,000 result in severe injuries and about 32 result in deaths.

 

To draw a quick parallel, **there were nearly 6,420,000 auto accidents in the United States in 2005. The financial cost of these crashes is more than 230 Billion dollars. 2.9 million people were injured and 42,636 people killed. About 115 people die every day in vehicle crashes in the United States -- one death every 13 minutes.

 

 

SAVE A SPIDER, DESTROY YOUR CAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

*This document is ENY-215 (IG099), one of a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date: October 1994. Revised: March 2003. Reviewed: June 2007. Please visit the EDIS Website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.

 

**cited from http://www.car-accidents.com/pages/stats.html

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