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what is you childhood fear?

skully

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what is your childhood fear? For me its injections,booster shots whatever involves sticking a needle in me.
When i was 6 i had to take a injection and the needle bent while it was in me, and it was a huge problem, Ever since then, I hate taking injections. I think if you have a traumatic experience in your childhood, your deffinitely going to be scared of it for most of you life.
 
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When I was a child I was afraid of being alone (lonliness). What's really ironic is that now I'm afraid of being surrounded by people.
 

void

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as a kid i was scared of my dad.
as a teen i was scared of moths, i took too much lsd..
as an adult i'm scared of other people's stupidity, and i'm starting to get a fear of boats.. i have been on two boats that nearly sank, in nicargua and sumatra.. i get edgy when i see storms/boats on tv..

i adopted the answers as not all of us are still kids. :)
 

BrIONwoshMunky

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I motherfucking hate spiders. I can kill the bastards, but they still give me the heeby jeebies.
 

Icarus

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I have never had a crazy phobia that gives me the willies.
 
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A murderer coming into the house at night, in the dark.
Bugs
and the ceiling falling down.
 

Boycott

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I've always had a basement room, and there's always been a door to a laundry room in my room ...

Fear : someone being in the laundry room that's going to murder me or something... Then my imagination gets going - aliens in the laundry room ? :thumbsdn:
 

gehtfuct

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When I was a kid, deep water freaked me out. Even though I can swim better than most fish, not being able to see the bottom would give me the willies.

I was just a child then, now I'm only a man.

As an adult, the one thing that scares me is that I become more and more fearless everyday.

P.eniS. It's a good thing we've got that cool "Search" button. We may have never found this thread.
 
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When I was a child I was deathly afraid of being confined in small spaces and still am a little claustrophobic. What brought it on was this bed my sister and I use to have. It had a roll out bed underneath the top bed which if you are pushed inside it is a very confined space and you can do nothing to get out. My sister use to push me in under the bed as a joke and it freaked me the fuck out.
I was glad when we got rid of that freakin bed. lol.
 

Darklight

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closet monster... when I was young the opening to the attic was in my closet and it had no door on the closet or the opening... so it was a black expanse in the top of my closet... scary on its own... compounding it was a B movie called "Monster in the Closet" about just that. a monster from another dimension gained access to our world via our closets and liked to eat people... freaked me out big time...
 
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The devil was my biggest fear as a child. However, now that i've met him, I must say, GF isn't that bad a guy. J / K

No, actually I can't think of anything I was really scared of as a child.

/me shrugs
 
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i've always feared spinders, creppy lil bastards get me everytime, as an adult, i'm stall afraid of them, but now i try not to scream and run away. i fight out my fears, i try to kill them, but i usually break out in a cold sweat, so i taught my doggie to eat them.
i also have to agree with geht on the deep water, i seen one too many horror movies as a kid so i always thought parranahs would eat my toes, or jaws would catch me.
 

skully

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Nymphchick said:
i've always feared spinders, creppy lil bastards get me everytime, as an adult, i'm stall afraid of them, but now i try not to scream and run away. i fight out my fears, i try to kill them, but i usually break out in a cold sweat, so i taught my doggie to eat them.
i also have to agree with geht on the deep water, i seen one too many horror movies as a kid so i always thought parranahs would eat my toes, or jaws would catch me.
you taught you dog to eat SPIDERS?:eek:
 

jamesp

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Im gonna go with Nymph on this one. I absolutely hate spiders. I don't know when it started, I can actually remember catching spiders and daddy long-legs to pull them apart, but now they make my hair stand on end. Seriously, if one is crawling on me, I will have a goddamn panic attack.
 

jamesp

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Nah, its not like that Gehtfuct, its more like some innate fear that we can't control, kinda like your unreasonable fear of soap. :D
 

gehtfuct

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jamesp said:
Nah, its not like that Gehtfuct, its more like some innate fear that we can't control, kinda like your unreasonable fear of soap. :D
:lol:

fucker..
 

skully

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jamesp said:
Nah, its not like that Gehtfuct, its more like some innate fear that we can't control, kinda like your unreasonable fear of soap. :D
rofl!
now comming to the spiders.
Teaching your dog to eat spiders is not the solution, you will bring the frikkin peta after you lol.:)
 

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There was this tight footbath hidden to the road by hedges and trees, that lead from my village to town, about 1/2mile distance. I used to panic whenever I saw someone else on the path, either approaching or trailing. I was a paranoid little fucker, were they going to eat me? I used to run when it was dark as school finished -partly because I knew the bigger boys would be going straight home instead of hanging around the school grounds. Silly really. Not once did I get into a situation where it actually validated my paranoia.:rolleyes: