Top Ten Things That Scare People MostWhat are really makes people scare the most? Give your opinion...
I am terrified of dying. When I was younger (I'm 11 right now) I would run downstairs at night, yelling at the top of my lungs, "I don't want to die!" and my mom would say, "Don't worry about that, it's a looong way away." It's still going to happen! I would go on about not gong to Heaven, but there is another place.
Everyone's feared of death.
Some may vote dark. But its because that their nightmares may come out and kill you
Not going to heaven? Well you're also afraid since you want to live more.
Failing in life may lead to death
Crawling stuff (like spiders) obviously have venom...which mostly leads to death
Well I'm also afraid of death its because of killers and cannibals.
Who's chest would let a sword go through?
Or even who's head would be on a plate of a human?
Its pretty horrifying I have to say...
Why death? Are you not afraid of problems? Everyday you wake up and got to do your job like always. You worry that you might encounter a worst problem in life that would make you suffer a lot like, not eating food everyday, not having a descent house, not having a job to gain money, and being thirsty everyday. If your dead, what would you worry?
One of the worlds biggest mystery, even with trillions of people witnessing it. What is it like after death? Darkness? Spending the rest of your life as a ghost? Maybe being reborn in a different world? You can only find out when you die. But you won't be able to tell anyone what it is after death.
Even if you are biologically death and you feels nothingness, the nothingness itself still a feelings and that makes you feels alive. What makes people's really death is when they are forgotten or the existence is erased. Yet the most scariest thing is the unknown of what will happen and what will it cause. Like, thinking about how will you die is scarier than how death feels like. The unknown also will squirming inside in our head with 'What if? ', which is uncountable possibilities...
Everyone has a fear of the unknown, there are things that are figments of the imagination. Only if you go closer and are trapped in the middle of the unknown. Does true terror strike like none before or after. Its pretty game over if you go to the wrong unknown.
Never test the unknown that is meant to do one harm only foolish people have learned this one time and time and time again! Examples of the unknown are forbidden places, personal relationships, sudden fortune or misfortune, otherly world experiences and similiar fates!
I think this one should be at the top because most things on this list are feared BECAUSE of this fear. Life after death is unknown. What lurks in the dark is unknown. You never know if you're going to be sexually assulted. The Justin Beiber one is stupid. Being embarassing in front of loads of people, wel, you don't KNOW if that's gonna happen, but you don't know it's not, and that's why it's scary. Really, this should be number 1.
I know this means something like, 'I saw something that no human could have ever imagined', but what if you found out something you'd never want to know about a family member, something beyond what you would expect of them, that's what freaks me out.
Being afraid of the dark is pretty meaningless, as you are just viewing things from your everyday life from a different perspective, but I understand why this is a common and enormous phobia. Just like being afraid of death, the real thing that these people fear is the unknown. What will happen to me when I die? What is that dark shape in the doorway I can't see? Does space go on forever? These are some of life's unanswered questions. That is why people fear them, as there is no explanation for them, and it is so hard to understand. Being afraid of the dark is a bit weird though, and while I have been afraid of death at times in my life I have never experienced this because while it may seem like the shape in the doorway is something you don't understand, there is actually a logical explanation to it. Remember that.
People are afraid of the dark for the same reason they are afraid of death, we don't know very much about what lies in/after it. When you don't know what to expect, you lose your sense of control. Two reasons I am never going to look outside my window at night : 5% scared of the dark 95% scared I'll see a face looking back at me. When you lose your sense of control, there is no obvious threat, so you mind creates one. Your mind naturally comes up with the worst possible scenario to avoid putting you in danger.
Holy crap this is me. I'm 12 and I sleep with my lamp on. The reason being cus I had a nightmare were a burgled or something was in a corner in my room just staring at me. It was so real and I wasn't sure what I should do. I didn't know if I should stay in bed, get up and fight, or get up and run to my parents room. So I chose to stay in bed. And let me say it was the longest and scariest night of my life and I don't want to experience it again so I keep my lamp on.
The dark is scary because most people are afraid of what is lurking around and what can happen like a creepy guy tries to kill you, you bump your head or any body part, you get bitten by creepy bugs that can give you viruses, or etc. so not many people are afraid of the dark itself it is what lurks around so always bring a flash light or a device that can illuminate the path so you know what is happenning and where you are going
Death, darkness, being embarrassed... These will probably happen at one point anyway. Most of these are things are a fear of the unknown.
People who have been sexually assaulted are more afraid of it happening than those who haven't. The physical, emotional and spiritual damage WILL last the rest of your life even if you come to terms with it not to mention STIs, unwanted pregnancy, etc
I for one, have this as my biggest fear, simply because it has already happened to me, I am a 16 year old girl, and at the age of 15 I was molested by a 42 year old man that happened to be my dad's so called "best friend" nobody should have to go through this, at all, no kids, teenagers, adults, nobody.
My neighbor tried to molest me when I was five. They're only 2 years older than me. Also, anytime I see anyone who remotely looks like them I have a panic attack. Nobody deserves this. My second fear after this happening again is being stalked / looking out my window one night to see someone looking back.
The world is full of sick and evil people. Adults try to sexually assault children, especially tween and teenage girls. No one ever deserves to be sexually abused and assaulted, ever.
I've actually heard a few stories of people who had a near-death moment and "almost went to Hell." The weird thing is, all the descriptions seem different. One guy described it as the old-fashioned Fire-is-everywhere type Hell, but then another person described it as, "A Land of Forever Loneliness;" I's just an endless stretch of flat land, and the should trapped there endlessly wander...and they can't communicate in any way.
Hmmmm...so...is there...multiple Hells or something?
I'm not baptised. You need to know that to understand this story! So I was having a sleepover with my cousins, then it was time for scripture study. My family doesn't do this, so I was curious. They started talking about baptism, and said if you don't get baptised then you don't go to heaven. I talked about it with my parents and they said its more of what you do not what your religous position is. I would much rather believe my mom. No hate please <3
Do you know how many nights I've stayed up crying in bed because I'm thinking about not going to Heaven? I don't want to spend forever burning or dying over and over or being face to face with the Devil. I know I shouldn't be, that I should be focused on God and Heaven, but I'm not. I'm thinking of all my sins and being pulled down to Hell, while my family and friends forget about me in Heaven.
The afterlife might not be as scary as most people think. In my opinion, people are not sentenced to heaven or hell. I think people just end up in either heaven or hell based on how close they are to God, how sorry they are for their sins, and whether they accept God's love. If they let sin overpower them so much that it tears them away from God, then they may end up in hell. If they accept the fact that they are sinners and try hard to move closer to God and away from sin, then they may end up in heaven. Besides, I think hell is more of a state people go into as a result of rejecting God than an actual place. If God is a merciful, loving father-figure who never stops forgiving humanity for its sins, why would he willfully send someone to hell?
I'm 11, and every time I hear over the phone my Grandpa or Grandma coughing, I instantly ask my mom if they're going to die. So maybe I'm over reacting, but I don't want them to leave. Every time my mom or dad yells at me, I think to myself that I wouldn't care if a blackhole opened below them, sucked them in, and killed them so I would never have to see them again. Maybe I mean that then, but later on I would regret it.
This is way more hard hitting and scared than you think. A loved one dying has an incredible impact on your life. If you really loved your loved one, this leaves never healing wounds
If death didn't exist, hitler and like, a million other serial killers would still be alive. There is one question that no one can ever decide from... would you rather know WHEN you died, or HOW you died?
That is so sad! My mom's sister and mom had a baby die once, and one of my great grandpas died from cancer. Plus, someone I sort of knew who was mental at my school died from stroke. Why must death exist?
I would rather get socked in the eye rather than be embarrassed. People laugh at me a lot, but then I throw a punch, they start whining, I get in trouble, but then I get respect from other people because I stand up to the bully. But then I slip in a mud puddle or something stupid, and I feel bad. Worse then I ever feel getting punched in the gut. I remember being embarrassed after it happened, and that's the worse part of all. that's why I fear being embarrassed.
Ah yes, this reminds me of an interesting story. there are many days in my life, and there are few that are more memorable than this. so I was at a rather large hotel, but the T.V. 's had only one channel. So I was watching a film about some rugby players being stranded in Antarctica after there plane crashed, and so I thought to my self "hey, rugby players are awfull at survival! They're all just a bunch of cowards! " unfortunately, I realised this was not a thought, but a shout, and not only that, but my door was open. I was also afraid by the fact that the loud music from downstairs had Stopped, and that they were celebrating there most recent win in, you guest it, rugby. so since I was terrified by the shouting from them, trying to find out who said it, I hid under my bed and I was under there for so long I fell asleep. I never stayed at a premier inn again, and probably never will.
It depends on the situation. For example, I can shamelessly tell in public "There are 3 people who are sitting on the road - Me, A garbage cleaner and a beggar. Who would you Slap in the face and dump in the trash? Ans. Me".
Come on. Death? First? Nono, being embarrassed in front of a large group is much worse than death, believe me. You actually have to deal with it and live with it after (ironic, isn't it? )
I'm scared of loving, at all. I feel like when someone says he loves me, it's just a joke. Or if it is real, someday sometime, he's gonna get bored of me and leave. It's so scary investing feelings and growing so attached to that person that you may even forget yourself when you leave. Ick! scary!
She didn't hurt me on purpose (and I did get a little weird in my senior year), but damn. Disregard and disdain are as lethal as knives.
That's pretty sad. I have zero interest in dating, and this is one of the reasons why. I mean, your crush hating you sounds really bad.
Especially if she starts dating someone else and you haven't told her yet. It's also hurtful if you still have feelings for her.
If you fail in school, you feel terrible (Unless you're my brother, who doesn't care about a thing other then the next Minecraft battle). You redo the grade, get separated from your friends, treated like a baby, yelled at by your parents, shunned by your family.
Although death may be the end of our lives and that most of us don't want that to happen already, we all know that it will happen in the future. We all dislike failure. We feel annoyed and frightened when you didn't achieve your goal. Whether the failure was losing your team and feeling hated, working hard/ spending money for nothing, or losing a partner/failing him or her, we fear it more than death. We know we can stop it or not make it happen (unlike death), but we feel so horrible in making that mistake that changed your life/ or won't ever forget for all your life. This is the #1 fear human has.
I don't know about anyone but no scary movie can compare to what my dad will do if I fail... It's like digging my own grave.
I personally don't see why you would be afraid of failing.
Everybody fails at some point.
I can handle physical pain. What I'm really scared about is emotional pain. It's happened to me. I've had to cry for hours at end, all alone. Believe me, no one wants this to happen to them. It feels like death. All you want is death when it happens. It is death.
It's been really hard for me. Imagine people teasing you just because you like different things. Imagine that all you want is to be treated equally and for someone to love you, but you get hate instead. This is part of my everyday life. I blame my gym teacher. I'm just that bad at sports, okay? Leave me alone! You're embarrassing me.
Sorry, that last part was unnecessary. But it's just because I'm bullied for being bad at sports.
Honestly emotional pain effects me more than physical pain, but I kinda fear physical pain. I am scared of breaking a bone or spraining an ankle. It just seems so painful! But I do love to play sports, I just hope I don't break anything
Both physical and emotional hurt. I mean for one: Getting a serious injury and ending up in the ER is bad, and getting your feelings seriously hurt is also bad. I still think emotional is worse.
This is why I hate physical activity and rather to exercise on Beat Saber.
Especially when it's something like cancer or AIDS, you just feel that you are going to die. That's why you shouldn't use these diseases as an insult. Yeah, I might sound slightly sensitive here, but you gotta be aware of using diseases as an insult. In fact, just don't
Google "george carlin fear of germs" and watch the whole video, so true.
Some diseases like AIDS and Ebola are nearly unescapable.
Worst thing happening to anyone.
I was born with multiple eye conditions so I am partly blind. I can't have any surgery to fix it. I won't ever be able to drive, and my mom won't even support me in trying to train myself to read signs. I've been shoved down many staircases and bleachers. Went through depression. So I'm extremely scared of getting further disabled. Also, mom says she wants to look into signs of insomnia for me. Almost died in a car crash. Witnessed my step-dad (at the time) beat my mom with a hammer in front of my younger siblings. Been to 5 different schools in my life. And was threatened to be sent to Juvie by my mom. Sorry, none of you probably care anyway.
This is absolutely frightening, for example, a debilitating injury could change your life for the worse forever, exclude you from doing anything you like, this is something that nobody wants.
I would be scared to get permanently disabled because if I'm disabled I will get made fun of a lot. Also, depending on what the disability is and stuff, I might not be able to get a job.
I hate the fact that almost everyone in my college has hate against disabled people. I'm not handi-cap, but I sometimes feel how terrible it could be to have such a disability.
The word Coulrophobia means a persistent and irrational fear of clowns. It possibly originates from Greek Kolon meaning stilt or stilt-walkers which are often used by clowns. The word clown might have even originated from Cloyne, Clod or Colonus- a rustic country bumpkin, farmer, yokel or someone who lacks common sense. they are the most scarest thing in the world I can't even look at them or I will passout
I absolutely hate clowns, but I'm not afraid of them. They literally wear weird clothes, face paint, and wigs. Plus they frighten people. Whoever invented clowns must not like kids.
Clowns have paint on their faces you have no idea who the crap they are. And like their red cheeks are the scariest. Ronald McDonald scared the crap out of me when I was younger...
Clowns at rodeos and circuses are not bad, but the ones that stalk you with a knife and peak through your window is scary.
For me it's 'Getting put on the death row when you didn't commit the crime'. You know there is nothing you can do to stop it, unless a bunch of French invaders break into your cell in time.
Yep, a lot of people are thrown into jail, prosecuted, and treated unfair mostly based on their race, gender,and skin color. I myself haven't been to lucky having a person threaten to call the cops on me since I lied and joked about being "Russian"
One time my grandfather's sister got my grandfather sent to jail but luckily his charges were dropped after just hours. Now him and his sister are no longer friends.
A man in my area was thrown behind bars for a murder that he didn't commit. He was sentenced to life, but got out in 22 years time.
What so scary about not being rich? I think poverty is more scary. If you can afford a roof above your head ( rented or payed for ), food and drink without being rich, concider that as a bless.
It's always a heart-warming moment whenever you see someone donate their money to someone who is homeless.
Spiders are the scariest things ever! Last year (In fourth grade) I went on a field trip with my P.A.C. (Program for academic challenge) friends, and we were going on a nature walk. We were picking things off the trail, and putting them in little containers so we could look at them through microscopes. So, my friend Emma (Who like isn't afraid of anything) picks up this spider, and wants me to hold the container open so she could put it in. I thought she might just leave it because I was obviously like 'no way! ' but she didn't. She found someone else, and got the spider in the container. Then, when we got back from our 'nature walk' we got microscopes. Emma put the spider under the microscope, and for some reason, I was brave enough to look at it. IT TOTALLY FREAKED ME OUT. There were huge eyes, so many legs, and it was hairy! The spider even blinked! It was the scariest thing I've ever seen. (Sorry my story was kind of long)
Since it's pretty much summer, I already had my first encounter with a spider this summer. I was walking into my room with a bowl of Cheetos, and since its summer and I was on edge, I was constantly looking out for spiders. So before I even got into the room, I did a little check. I saw one on the ceiling, and my first instinct was to THROW THE CHEETOS AT THE SPIDER. So I threw the Cheetos out of the bowl and they went to hit the spider. I then immediately closed the door, and waited a couple hours looking around every five minutes in the living room until someone came home. Thankfully, someone did (I am living with other people) and I got them to kill it for me.
Then they asked why the Cheetos where all over the place.
I had a dream last night. Scary as hell. I mean, the spiders' asses were the size of an ashtray or like, a plate! I was scared to death. But, nonetheless, I woke up and saw online that this meant I am a dominant female figure, or motherly. Something like that. But, I still get scared if I see a giant spider in my room...
I have been scared of spiders for as long as I can remember! It got to a breaking point when my cousin tricked me that there were such things as invisible spiders which can kill you. I spent the night sleeping with my grandparents. I was only seven at the time. Now I cry at the sight of spiders. (But I now know better than to believe that there are invisible spiders.)
I'm super scared of my parents grounding me!
You don't want to see my mom get mad...
Every kid's nightmare isn't it?
In 2029, an asteroid the size of a tennis ball will hit earth. It will hit Australia and killing a 17 year old. Hopefully It isn't me.
I'm scared when it's really going to happen. We just never know if it will really ever happpen somewhere in the future.
Imagine you are home alone, sitting on your comfy couch, midnight and all the lights turned off, the only light being the TV in front of you, as you chill and eat popcorn, and this you hear right behind you, a monotone 'Hello'.
I guess what I'm truly scared of is losing a grip on reality. It's a scary prospect for me, but it may be why I'm so fascinated by the mind.
Here's a funny story about this... Once my sister's English teacher was at home alone and she heard some one spelling her name out.
If it's voices in your head...I always listen to it...
But if it's a ghostly like one that everyone can hear, scream like you've never scream before :/
I still have dreams of being left or lost... not sure why but during my travels I tend to be careful not to loose travelling companion
Your parents forgetting you exist, not knowing where you are, frightened, forgotten, lost.
I can't be alone
Cockroaches terrify me so much. I saw one flying around and I fainted. When I woke up it was on my stomach. I don't honestly know what happened but a kind of bloodlust came over me and I squeezed it while its bug juices squirted all over me then I woke up in t he hospital because I had fainted. cockroaches can do a lot to me!
Kids call me retarded for not brushing off house spiders. Actually sliders rarely bite Pepe unless they feel threatened. Nobody can call me stupid for not killing an animal who's just trying to get by. I am a weird kid because I love anything that freaks people out.
I went to someone's house for a birthday party and it was FULL of roaches. Plus the house was old and disgusting. It's like the family didn't even give a crap about cleaning.
Bees are pretty scary, because you almost never know when they are going to sting you and you have no idea how the sting is going to feel.
I got THAT nightmare when I was 9 and a friend was over and it was the BESTT
Absolutely not. And here I am now, youngest of my friends, almost 13, and like none of them have it.
Pimples. I don't have any. (YAY) but my friend has a lot and said she got them when she was twelve. So far her past has predicted my life- size, period. so I'm super scared of what comes next.
Acne, sucks. I got my period last period, it sucks.
Hey let's look at the good side, bigger bust, more guys.
Let me grab some newspaper for the restroom. What the flip? Where the fudge this blood come from?
The big one that will destroy California has to come yet. It's just a matter of time.
These literally wipe out animals, people, and towns.
These destroy everything
We have seen in 2005
Since I was in 2nd grade for some reason vomit is the scariest thing ever. Even in movies at my friends house I would awkwardly ask if there is vomit in the. movies and there like I don't know. I beg them to change it to another movie or show. I only watch movies or episodes I know there is none. its sad because all these movies like pitch perfect, everyone loves but has vomit in it.
Once I was sick at school but didn't want to admiit it. I was asking the teacher if I could go to the bathroom every five minutes until this one time where I was already vomiting and had to hold my hand to my mouth and I rn out without even asking. That was the second day of middle school. So embarrasing.
When he was little my cousin constantly pukes. Whenever I hear him retch I would jump, and now whenever I feel like I will puke or I see/hear others puke, I will get nervous.
Thanks, little because, for giving me a mild case of emetophobia.
The feeling of it pouring down your throat, the embarasment, the nausea and headaches, how purely gross it is. Ugh I have a phobia of this and it's severe it's hard to even talk about it
This should be first... Currently Death is first place but isn't War what causes so many deaths in this current world? I believe it must be the most hurtful, most unfair and scariest way to die and live.
War is one of the scariest and most awful things ever. People die in brutally ways.
You would have to be hiding under a bunker or a cupboard for a few hours too.
I heard North Korea is threatening Guam with missiles. World war 3 is nigh!