Being attacked from behind when I'm going back to bed from bathroom in the middle of the night. I always run!
that one day I might go crazy.... Weird, huh?
That possums, raccoons, and other small-ish nighttime animals are going to see me and come out of their hidey-holes to attack me and eat my flesh. (I have a phobia, and it's actually a lot better than it was.)
hello again, daaytripper,<br />
mine is that i will forget to die<br />
................ and just go on living<br />
..................... okay, so i'm weird<br />
......................... i've learned to live with it ;-))<br />
respect, from robbie
Most of my fears I consider pretty rational, I don't fear heights themselves, I fear falling and being hurt/dying, that makes perfect rational sense. As for irrational I guess it would be insects, of whatever kind, I don't ever want to make contact with them, if I don't have something to kill it with I'll just let it get away, especially cockroaches, I just associate them with some of the worst kind of filth, and I hate them even more for their tendency to live inside of things.. When I have the money I'm going to build a hallway between my front door and the door that leads into the house that will pretty much be a fan/vacuum room, all dust, insects and debris would be blasted away by air and sucked into vents on the floor or something before entering my actual house.
contracting an incurable disease from riding the bus
my fear of heights/the dark is pretty irrational
answering my home phone
roaches and crowds if i seen aroachIN a crowd im afraid itd be the men in the white coats
My most irrational fear came true, a destructive relationship. So now there is no fear.
The irrational part of my brain doesn't give them up easily. Best as I can guess, it would be getting eaten alive. Don't ask by what, 'cause my rational side knows that's as likely to happen as the sun rising in the west.
beautiful ladys xD
trolls on EP. lol