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    I'm scared of people holding knives. If someone is cutting food with it, I'm fine. But if they turn around and start chatting or something whilst holding it, I freak out. I start by feeling uneasy and very quickly escalate to asking them as calmly as possible to put the knife down like I'm in some serious situation or something. I don't get it! I go into full anxiety. Don't feel any other fear around knives. I wash them, use them and have them in drawers. No problem.

    Also found out the other day DS is scared of balloons. He freaked out!

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    bats. which is really weird because how often do I ever see bats. Hmmm, never. last night I had a dream where I was being attacked by a bat. It was flapping its wings and clawing at my face.

    Actually, I dont like any birds whatsoever, but bats are the worst.

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    Frogs and toads. Jumping insects like grasshoppers.

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    Paddle pop sticks. They gross me out and I can't stand to touch them much less even lick them. I can't even stand it when other people do it. Ick
    Yes this x 100000!!

    I'm also afraid of any kind of unpredictable small animal, so things that run fast or change direction quickly like grasshoppers, moths, birds, etc.

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    I hate BIG flying creepy crawlies....such as grasshoppers, cockies, Xmas beetles and moths. I pulled a muscle in my neck once while doing the "ewww don't touch me, get away " flappy dance lol

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    Flying cockroaches are about the only thing im scared of! When you walk into a room and ones sitting at the top of the wall staring at you....worst...day...ever.

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    Drains. Particularly shower drains.

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    One of my mates couldn't enter the bathroom is a sponge was in there... Even worse if it was wet!

    Myself, I just really hate the feel of wet glad wrap, it just gives me the shivers and freaks me out, but that's a pretty easy one to avoid

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    Toads and big brown grasshoppers. I scream and run away if I see any.

    I used to be scared of lifts until I got a job where I was using them all the time and I got over it.

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    Default What are your biggest silly/completely irrational fears?

    Vomit! I'm terrified of vomiting (will do everything I can to stop myself) and absolutely freak out if anyone in the house starts vomiting. I will admit that I've got better with my own kids but it still sends my anxiety through the roof!
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