Top 10 PhobiasPeople are afraid of a lot of things. Some fears are common and rational. Some are more peculiar. Some are outright strange. Here is a list of phobias that include fears from the normal to the bizarre.
When I was 3yrs old, me and my dad was in a department store. I was looking in the toy section and my dad thought it would be hilarious to throw a huge rubber spider at me. Well I was hysterical, and had a phobia of them since (although embarrassing). Also terrified of real ones too. I've had bad experiences with them all my life, they bring on awful panic attacks and I go back to being like that 3yr old girl.
The main point of this story is my dad is an idiot! :-D
I think spiders are really nasty creepy creatures. I can't even look at them without feeling sick or screaming my head off. I once saw a spider in my shower and didn't get in that shower for maybe 6 months. I am mostly terrified of the really big hairy ones. I have never seen one in person and don't plan to laugh out loud.
I would consider it the worst because it's common and often very bad. Some other fears are more rational like fear of heights, but spiders are usually harmless. Spiders are also common themselves which makes it scary (if you are afraid of spiders) that they could be any where in your daily life.
As long as I have enough room to lay down in and not die, I'm fine, and if I have like a seatbelt or something I'm okay, but if not, GOD NO.
It depends, as long as I feel safe, I am not afraid of heights. If it is going on a really high ride, I rather feel amazed at the view rather than scared. Just as long as I have some buckle on or there is floor, I am not afraid of heights, in fact, it is a cool view to me. If I feel unsafe and there is no protection, then it is scary.
No, no people. Come on. A ferris wheel has a bar or a cage.
Standing on the edge of a 100 ft cliff or the outside sill of a window 20 stories up is terrifying. I mean, some people can do that.
Should I still consider it a fear? It still freaks me out at much, much lower levels. Say about...12 feet up a ladder.
Maybe I'm being a little bit callous. I'm being honest here.
I used to love the dark (aka me being an emo)
Now, I'm terrified of it. I love to watch scary stuff at night, but, I need a night light that's how bad it can get. Especially when someone shows me lights out.
This is me. I have a very severe case of Nyctohylophobia where I can't sleep in pure darkness. I usually stay up late because I'll start getting anxiety and I'll start to hear things. For me, it's screw the dark
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I have constant fear that something's
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I have a phobia that someone's
Who remembers it?
I honestly have Coulrophobia. I have never been more scared of anything in my life than a clown. The only reason they wear the make up is so when they kill someone they can not be identified. They are just creepy all around.
After watching "The Brave Little Toaster" as a kid, clowns are the face of the devil, in my mind. I once has a school trip to the circus, and I broke down crying when this one clown gave me this huge smile and asked for my name.
Clowns freak me I I try not to cry or scream, in our schools haunted house my friend dressed like a clown I screamed, I had a dream about clowns last night and I woke up screaming quietly. I didn't want to wake people up.
People will all die naturally so it's best we should just accept that death will someday come for us. If you're prepared for it and accepted that it will eventually come, it won't be as scary as you thought. Remember, give your loved ones a final farewell hug and the phrase "I love you" shortly before you rest in peace. Also remember, there is an afterlife for you so you can still visit your loved ones as a ghost and enjoy everlasting harmony in paradise.
Look at all the rest on this list. Sharks, snakes, heights, spiders, wasps, and vampire bats? Those are scary indeed, but dying is another thing. You literally never know what happens to you when you die or after you die. No one really knows. I have other fears too, but I fear death the most(though it's pretty interesting and you will never be able to avoid it).
I'm afraid of death because I don't know what happens after it, whether it be going to heaven or seeing nothing. That's why I fear death and we don't know how we die, if it's going to be painful or not
I hate tiny spaces, I feel like everything is starting to slowly move towards me, trapping me... keeping me prisoner. It's so terrifying, I can't help but get terrified in oxes or tiny rooms.
Can't really explain but having claustrophobia feels like whenever you walk into a confined space, its like a lobster trap. You can get in but you can't get out.
I have this SEVERELY. I can barely stand being in a class room full of students without feeling uncomfortable.
I am scared of these people combining 5 words from another language to make a phobia name. Also, this phobia makes no sense at all. Someone comes up to you and says be opportunistic, and you say: "That is scary".
I don't know about you, but I think the people who came up with these names, but I think this going a little too far.
WOW. A phobia that makes the person afraid of the name of their phobia. That's like a dog that's allergic to dog food.
I love snakes! I keep about twenty in my basement. If tamed well enough, they can make amazing companions.
These things are creepy. I can't even look at one in a book,never the less a LIVE ONE! I hate everything about it. This is my no1 phobia
Isn't this another word for really long turds?
I just started getting terrible nightmares about everyone dying and me being the only one on earth :/ desperately trying to run away from the killer, the disease or fire, (it's a new way to die in every dream -.-) but also hoping they kill you. I don't care about being alone in my room. It's just the thought that you will be totally alone, no one there to help you, or protect you. I kind of have a phobia of close people dying too :/
I honestly hate being by myself because I would tend to feel emotionally depressed after a while, depending on how long I'm alone for. I would start having thoughts (or think about things) that make me sad and tear up.
Is it bad that I like being alone? At family gatherings I'm always away from everyone. At parties I'm also away from everyone too. But if my best friend is there me and him just stay away from everyone and just talk
Oh, these guys have NOTHING on wasps. Bees will only sting if you threaten their territory, and sting you once. Wasps will sting you multiple times and sting you pretty much every time.
Bees are not scary in my opinion, if you leave them alone, they won't do anything to you. Plus, they are an essential part of Earth and pollinate plants.
The funny thing is, I have a mild case of entomophobia, which is the the fear of insects, but I somehow feel a lot calmer around a bee.
I have legitimate astrophobia. I hate when people talk about space, and ask to change the subject. I'm never gonna be a astronaut...
The deep, emptiness of the dark, descent of space with massive planets and a chance of an exploding star. I big ol' bag of nope!
I love outer space, I have a book about it.
Due to the number (and percentages) of attacks that occur seasonally and yearly, I will not be willing to set foot into carnivorous fish infested waters.
More people are killed by vending machines each year than sharks. Watch out for them sneaky vending machines.
When ever I go in a pool or the sea I'm always really scared of sharks, it's mainly because of movies such as: Jaws and because if one person gets attacked by one the news is spread really quickly, but it might turn out the man that got "attacked" by a shark just had a shark near him
I may not entirely be afraid of crossing bridges, as I know that they can be fun to go bungee jumping off of. However, after searching up what the most terrifying bridges in the world are and their locations, my whole perspective on them changed permanently.
My girlfriend is horrified of going under and over bridges because she feels as if they will fall on her.
Yes! It's so scary -- any second the cables could break and you could fall to your death...
I could never work at a funeral home.
I'm dead right now
I have this phobia
... Sheep completely terrify me! I can go near one, they just freak me out. Their eyes make them look like they come from hell!
Absolutely terrifying, can't be anywhere near them or see creepy photos of them without my heart rate rising!
Unless they're Polyphemus's flesh-eating sheep (see the Sea of Monsters) I'm laughing my butt off.
I have this. I am terrified of Slappy from Goosebumps. No puppets for me please.
I don't exactly have this. I'm kinda shy when standing in front of a lot of people that are looking at me.
What kind of idiot makes someone public speak?
I have social anxiety, so I have this. :/
I have had this phobia for as long as I can remember. Just the thought of it makes me really upset. I hardly ever go to the park. Every time I see a dog I either freeze or have a panic attack
My mums brother was killed by a dog when he was only 3. Never knew my uncle. I find then scary
Dogs scare me when they bark at me.
Good Lord, it's dreadful to have to always look at the sky on a stormy day, at the clouds that look like they could be forming a funnel cloud at any moment. But because there are mountains in Idaho, tornadoes are highly unlikely to form, same with hurricanes, which I also dread. Hurricanes, ugh, I'm sooo glad that I'm not in the southwest.
When there's a watch I cry and panic. When there's a warning I go in a dark corner and cry and scream and have severe panic attacks, scared that the apocalypse is near... I hate tornadoes...
I live in NYC ok, so when sandy hit, me and my friends housed were flooded and damaged, I have hurricans.
If it means nearly every single phobia imaginable, then I suppose it counts. But the fear of the word? That's silly.
I pretty much have every one of these phobias, so I'm picking this.
Oh, the irony again!
That is definitely the scariest thing a human can experience in their life
Is this a real phobia?
This actually is a real phobia but why would someone be scared of phobia? People are weird.
Really I don't think anyone is scared of sitting. Who came up with this?
I wouldn't know how to handle that kind of situation besides panicking.
I would rather die if I was buried and wait for rescue.
I'm super scared of that . I would freak out till I die...
I have been afraid of ghosts and zombies ever since I was 6. The two are so closely related that they go to get her.
I can not sleep without hiding under the covers of my bed. The thought of the undead just creeps me out
I used to have an irrational fear of ghosts, now I find them to be really cool.