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    My knee cap clicking Stretch, stretch, stretch!

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    I have a severe, irrational fear of the sound of the water being sucked down the plug hole in the bath. I distinctly recall having this feeling in childhood and now as an adult I cannot explain why I still fear it. I can't remain in the bathroom once I've pulled the plug out.

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    Mine is polystyrene! If any comes in packaging it makes me shudder having to get it out. Ew!
    Also vomiting. That is one sound that I cannot stand. That's more a phobia than an annoyance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    I have a severe, irrational fear of the sound of the water being sucked down the plug hole in the bath. I distinctly recall having this feeling in childhood and now as an adult I cannot explain why I still fear it. I can't remain in the bathroom once I've pulled the plug out.
    Me too. As a child I was scared I would somehow get sucked down the drain and the fear has stuck with me although these days there's no way I could fit down a drain 😜

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    Fingernails on cloth.
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    High pitched squealing, chairs scraping on wooden floors, my ex-mil's voice (high pitched, posh and nasal), the weird bird that flies into my neighbourhood every Spring and starts screaming at 4.30am for a good 8 weeks, the cutting of tiles, the sound of my kids fighting.
    And the 'mmm' people who constantly 'mmmm' whilst you are talking to them.

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    My knee cap clicking Stretch, stretch, stretch!
    Ewww yes...makes my skin crawl.

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    When one of the kids randomly puts their window down in the backseat of the car. It drives me nuts.
    That's my mums most hated noise - used to drive her batship crazy when we'd put a back window down....we did it a lot

    Mine is people chewing or crunching anything. If I'm sitting eating as well, it's ok but when it's just someone randomly chewing close to me it takes all my strength not to stab them with the nearest sharp object.


 

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