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How easily do you get scared?
Posted 9/15/16
I'm pretty stoic...
As long as theres nothing like porcelain dolls near me
I will refuse to go into a room or even a house with a doll like those
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Posted 9/15/16
not really unless i am up on a boom ladder at the fire dept.. its not the heights but the fall lol
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Posted 9/15/16

Velvet_Crowe wrote:
I'm pretty stoic...
As long as theres nothing like porcelain dolls near me
I will refuse to go into a room or even a house with a doll like those


that broken doll from toy story 1.... o__x
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Posted 9/15/16
Fear is something dealt with after the fact when faced with true danger.

I can afford to be afraid of something after things calm down, not while the @#^! is hitting the fan.
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Posted 9/15/16

Cenric wrote:

I get scared very easily. All unexpected sounds, movements, whatever startle me. "Scary" movies, games, videos all just amplify this and make me even more paranoid. If I'm outside my house at night I keep imagining all sorts of creepy scenarios and get scared. I've learned to look and act calm more or less but inside I'm scared so often it's ridiculous.


Same especially creepy scenarios
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Posted 9/15/16
Not easily, however crustaceans are the bane of my existence.

Come on, can you believe these things exist?
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Life is the scariest thing in this world.
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Posted 9/15/16
it really depends what it is but not that easy typically.
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Posted 9/15/16
I guess I do, but If someone jumps out at me I don't scream or run like some, I just jump too
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Posted 9/15/16

salamisama wrote:

Not easily, however crustaceans are the bane of my existence.

Come on, can you believe these things exist?




Those are the crabs people were getting out of the water at Sta. Monica beach! Except they were darker.

I couldn't see myself eating something like that, though I do love [the typical looking] crab/lobster/crawfish/prawn/shrimp.
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Posted 9/15/16
I'm scared of anything that moves
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salamisama wrote:

Not easily, however crustaceans are the bane of my existence.

Come on, can you believe these things exist?


I'm 100% just about anyone would be afraid of something like that lol. Until someone figures out how to kill it.

fear of unknown > everything else
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Posted 9/15/16
I can get startled or spooked when I least expect it, like if I'm in silence and a loud bang of some sort happens to occur.

One time I was stabbed in the back of the leg by some stupid guy, and I least expected it, however I didn't scream/get startled/get spooked. I remember feeling a sharp agonizing pain that confused me, so I turn around in reflex to yank the thing out of my leg while cursing him out.

This idiot told me he wanted to see my reaction, and was hoping I would scream and cry in fear.

I am, however, more aware of my surroundings and pretty much assume 50% of the time something or someone is out to scare me, so I prepare myself for any sudden loud noises or movements.
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1stladyent wrote:

I can get startled or spooked when I least expect it, like if I'm in silence and a loud bang of some sort happens to occur.

One time I was stabbed in the back of the leg by some stupid guy, and I least expected it, however I didn't scream/get startled/get spooked. I remember feeling a sharp agonizing pain that confused me, so I turn around in reflex to yank the thing out of my leg while cursing him out.

This idiot told me he wanted to see my reaction, and was hoping I would scream and cry in fear.

I am, however, more aware of my surroundings and pretty much assume 50% of the time something or someone is out to scare me, so I prepare myself for any sudden loud noises or movements.


Isn't that more of a reaction/reflex rather than being scared? Scared is more like freezing up or shaking when facing something, like seeing a pretty gruesome motor vehicle crash or something.
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Posted 9/15/16
I scare myself more than anything else does. Haha
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