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#2
Just before I blacked out at a bar, I accepted a pill from a stranger and had a bad experience. So, I don't trust shady people I meet in bathrooms.
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#3
Swimming in the ocean and getting deep enough where I can't stand.

I'm a really strong swimmer though. It's not that I can't swim well, I just don't like not being able to see what's below me. If I was in a place where the water was clear I would be fine. with it. Also, being on a boat will do the same thing to me.
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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#6
The time I broke my dick.
The time I woke up in hospital after drinking way too much as an idiot teenager.
The time I thought I was gonna be homeless in a city I didn't know.
The time I saw crazysam and ian the fox in the same thread.
#9
Deep, open water. The anxiety I felt in certain parts of Life of Pi was nuts.
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#11
Quote by WCPhils
Swimming in the ocean and getting deep enough where I can't stand.

I'm a really strong swimmer though. It's not that I can't swim well, I just don't like not being able to see what's below me. If I was in a place where the water was clear I would be fine with it.

I don't think you really want to see what's dwelling underneath the ocean.

Speaking of oceans, the scariest thing that happened to me was when I got pulled out by the rip current when I was a little kid. I'd like to see the ocean try that nonsense on me now.
#12
Rollercoasters. Seriously. Those suck.
For how can I give the King his place of worth above all else
when I spend my time striving to place the crown upon myself?
#13
Open water, rollercoasters, heights, public speaking, drugs, meeting new people whilst sober etc
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#14
Quote by MakinLattes
I don't think you really want to see what's dwelling underneath the ocean.

Speaking of oceans, the scariest thing that happened to me was when I got pulled out by the rip current when I was a little kid. I'd like to see the ocean try that nonsense on me now.

I just mean at the beach and stuff


Like, I don't really like going in farther than up to my chest, but if I could see the bottom (like in tropical places) I would have no problem just swimming around like I do in my pool.


Aslo, rollercoasters

Used to love them but ever since I ended up in the hospital after my last amusement park trip I'm pretty terrified of them. I don't even like seeing them on tv and stuff tbh. :/
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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#16
China's food industry
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Jesus Christ since when is the Pit a ****ing courtroom...

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#18
Quote by WCPhils
Swimming in the ocean and getting deep enough where I can't stand.

I'm a really strong swimmer though. It's not that I can't swim well, I just don't like not being able to see what's below me. If I was in a place where the water was clear I would be fine. with it. Also, being on a boat will do the same thing to me.


This. Don't so much mind being on a boat, but when swimming in the ocean where it's deeper than I can stand, I always think a shark is going to swim under me and bite my balls off or something.

I also get fearful of getting in a car accident when I'm riding in a car, and not driving, on I-95 at over 80 mph in a heavily populated area like Miami, Orlando, or Jacksonville. I mean, dying in a car accident is one of the worst ways to go out, and sadly, one of the most common.
#19
Huge storms. I think they're cool, but I always have a recurring nightmare of tornadoes heading towards me. I've never even seen a tornado in real life, but just the thought of something so powerful and uncontrolled is unsettling.
#21
Quote by MrDo0m
This. Don't so much mind being on a boat, but when swimming in the ocean where it's deeper than I can stand, I always think a shark is going to swim under me and bite my balls off or something.

I also get fearful of getting in a car accident when I'm riding in a car, and not driving, on I-95 at over 80 mph in a heavily populated area like Miami, Orlando, or Jacksonville. I mean, dying in a car accident is one of the worst ways to go out, and sadly, one of the most common.

I-95 is just as bad here. That shit is terrifying
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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Quote by WCPhils
I-95 is just as bad here. That shit is terrifying


Dude, I think I was actually riding in a car through Philly on 95 once when I was coming back from a different state. There was a shit ton of traffic, and some guy in a pick up had a living chair in the truckbed, completely unsecured, that fell off into traffic, and the guy in front of me had to slam his brakes and skid in a complete 360 degrees. This was all at over 65 mph mind you, and in the fast lane where there were over 4 lanes of traffic.
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#25
Can't look over an edge that is any higher than like 15 ft.

I love roller coasters, but I hate water parks where you have to climb a bunch of stairs to get to a slide. it freaks me out.
#26
The number of people behind the wheel at this very moment that don't understand that they are in control of a literal ton of metal, or the damage it is capable of doing at 45mph. (much less the 80-90+ that is a regular sight on the highways around here)
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Pretty sure Jesus was decaffeinated.


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#28
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Curse you, Heisenberg!


Real life meth is soooooo not as interesting or fun.


It's a lot more "I'm going to stab you."
#29
Getting pushed in front of an oncoming train by a crazy person.
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I swear this guy in particular writes for the telegraph or some shit.

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#30
Quote by MrDo0m
Dude, I think I was actually riding in a car through Philly on 95 once when I was coming back from a different state. There was a shit ton of traffic, and some guy in a pick up had a living chair in the truckbed, completely unsecured, that fell off into traffic, and the guy in front of me had to slam his brakes and skid in a complete 360 degrees. This was all at over 65 mph mind you.

edit--not 100% positive if it was Philadelphia

Congested traffic moving at 65mph? Stuff flying out of cars?

Sounds like Philly


I've actually stuff fly out of pickups before on that stretch of raod because it so ****ing bumpy. The road is all warped from weather and I swear you can actually get airtime on days where there isn't much traffic and everyone is doing 90+
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#31
Quote by WCPhils
I ended up in the hospital after my last amusement park trip/


We have to hear this story.
#33
Quote by doomded
The number of people behind the wheel at this very moment that don't understand that they are in control of a literal ton of metal, or the damage it is capable of doing at 45mph. (much less the 80-90+ that is a regular sight on the highways around here)


Tell that to South Floridians.
#34
Quote by blake1221
Real life meth is soooooo not as interesting or fun.


It's a lot more "I'm going to stab you."

I just searched for a pic of the crackhead who yells that on It's Always SUnny.

I can't find one. :/
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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#36
As a seafarer-you are ****ing pussies.

Only one thing-narrow places with bad ventilation.Never went to engine room,yuck.Plus Im tall and big so that doesnt help at all.
#37
look I just need to know if anyone else is creeped out by 1960s shit or if thats just me
cos if its just me then like
wtf guys how does it not horrify you
?
#38
Quote by KiLLSWiTCH-KnoT
look I just need to know if anyone else is creeped out by 1960s shit or if thats just me
cos if its just me then like
wtf guys how does it not horrify you
?

The general cold war anxiety of that era is quite creepy.
#39
Heights.
Sharks and whales.
Strong gay men.
The prospect of dying alone.
#40
Snakes.

Not just a general fear but serious phobia. I would throw an infant at a snake if it would get me away from it.
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