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I recently discovered that I have a crippling fear of leeches. I had no idea my fear was so bad until it was there staring me in the face, man versus oligochaete. Before any bright spark decides to point this out in the comments, I am aware that being petrified of what is essentially a clingy earthworm with an attitude problem is laughable. But when you stop to think about it, most other phobias are too. So next time you vertigo sufferers are standing on the edge of a structurally-unsound skyscraper, take a break from shitting your collective pants and spare a thought for the people who suffer from….
Papaphobia extends to fear of the papacy and Roman Catholicism in general. Presumably sufferers have nightmares about being run down by the Popemobile. I guess the current Pope must rank pretty low, what with his vaguely-Nazish background and stretched-skin-corpse-of-David-Attenborough appearance.
The fear of clowns is slightly more understandable: they have an inhuman appearance, fixed expressions, and I doubt you could find one child who genuinely found them funny when they were younger. Though only a recognised phobia in the scientific community since the s, coulrophobia is widespread enough that Bestival, the annual festival on the Isle of Wight, had to ban attendees from coming dressed as clowns for fear of spreading panic among sufferers in No other colours appear to inspire such hatred as yellow, thus far being the only one I can find that inspires a phobia, but Wikipedia flags up an interesting theory.
It points out that in Ancient China, the colour yellow was feared, especially in the case of a yellow scarf, which was indicative of an Imperial order to commit suicide. Ergo, if you believe everything Wikipedia says and my god, life will be more interesting if you do Leech - Phobia / Gruel - Phobia / Gruel , xanthophobia is actually a result of your oriental ancestors warning you that the banana in front of you is telling you to kill yourself.
How can they ever try anything new? Fear of bridges could stem from a traumatic experience involving one or a crossing area, a reluctance to go to new places, or an unquestioning acceptance of the events shown in Megashark Vs. Giant Octopus. I accept that after years of pretty constant use, nobody likes being without their phone. I can even see how it would become a little worrying if you were waiting for an important call, say, or needed to ring your parents with pretence of wanting a chat but really just asking for a lift.
More than half of serious nomophobes never even switch off their mobiles. Thanks so much, means a lot! I have the same fear Suspicious Minds - Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter, Tompall Glaser - Wanted!
The Outlaw you fear of leeches! I know have a scar because of this fear instead of getting salt or a match I was so scared I just ripped it of my finger. You must Various - Festival Dalmatinskih Klapa Omiš 71 logged in to post a comment. Facebook Leech - Phobia / Gruel - Phobia / Gruel Instagram. Home Pause. By Sam Everard on August 8, Pause. I had to change my underwear twice just putting this photo in the article The fear of clowns is slightly more understandable: they have an inhuman appearance, fixed expressions, and I doubt you could find one child who genuinely found them funny when they were younger.
Man, I knew drinking at Front 2 Back (Clean) - Various - Still Smokin Ten 30 a. Bitch, come near me with that fear of flying and I will punch you in the larynx About. Which is more like JEFFyrophobia, amirite? Tags: Facebook. Follow on Twitter SamEverard1.
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