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Monday, July 11, 2016

BRIDGES

Question Of The Week 7-11-16

What are your fears or phobias
 (if you have any)? 
Spiders, ghosts, heights, darkness, etc.?

Blogger Changes in the wind said...
I don't have any that I am aware of:)
8:54 AM
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Blogger Birdie said...
Horses. The are unruly and terrify me.
3:08 PM
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Blogger Jan said...
I'm very claustrophobic. I had to get pretty dopey to get a recent MRI.
3:10 PM
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Blogger cube said...
Phobia is a strong word. I have a degree in biology and I love animals of all kinds even the ones that some people shun like snakes, toads, frogs, bats, et al, but living in Florida, the critters I hate the most are the enormous spiders and huge flying cockroaches that can both be very aggressive.

I also don't like to fly, but again, I do it, but only when I have to. It's not something I enjoy.
4:23 PM
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Blogger Elephant's Child said...
I am not good with snakes. Not phobic, but give them a wide berth. And a tad claustrophic.
5:23 PM
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Blogger Birdie said...
Flying cockroaches? I have never heard of that. Add that to my list. If I make it to heaven I will be asking God WTF on that one.
12:19 AM
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Blogger Lee said...
Snakes....I hate snakes.
3:57 AM



Blogger Arkansas Patti said...
Flying, heights and public speaking can make me weak of knee.
6:32 AM
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Blogger Rob and Monica said...
Hmmmm...I don't have too many but I have developed a fear of heights over the years. I never had it when I was younger but I feel uncomfortable with heights now (Rob)
7:05 AM
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Blogger Lynn said...
Spiders!
7:18 AM
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Blogger Louvregirl said...
Bad sharks and being in the water at the same time.
5:01 PM
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Blogger Lisa said...
I agree with birdie and Jan. Horses are beautiful animals as long as they are out there in the pasture and not anywhere near me. I am also extremely closterphobic. Even being surrounded by tall people can bring on a feeling of panic.
5:02 PM
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Blogger Tabor said...
This may sound odd, but my greatest fear is realizing I didn't live the best that I could on this earth. So I hope I never learn that!
8:55 PM
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Blogger River said...
No fears or phobias I can think of, although I once did have an almost panic moment the day the zipper got stuck on my parka and I couldn't get it off. I go to the prickly sweat stage and hubby ripped it open. Tore that zipper right out.
4:07 AM
Blogger LL Cool Joe said...
Elevators or Lifts as well call them in the UK. I do go in them, but I hate them.
3:52 PM


Blogger cube said...
Birdie: I had one huge cockroach fly at me not once, but twice. When I first noticed it, it was on the wall in the kitchen and, because my husband was asleep, I sprayed it with Raid figuring I'd take care of it myself. No way. The thing flew right at me and I screamed. My husband came running into the kitchen, but we couldn't find the assaulting roach. Hours later, I went to get a glass of water and saw a roach lying on it's back and I figured the Raid had done it's job and the culprit was dead. I got the broom and the dustpan and started to sweep it up when it suddenly flew at me again. More screaming ensued, but the roach was overkilled with the broom. The spiders down here are big and aggressive, too, but they, thankfully, don't fly.
12:09 PM
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Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...
Allergy attack n no benedryl! I swell like a balloon
3:09 PM
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18 comments:

  1. I don't have any that I am aware of:)

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  2. Horses. The are unruly and terrify me.

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  3. I'm very claustrophobic. I had to get pretty dopey to get a recent MRI.

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  4. Phobia is a strong word. I have a degree in biology and I love animals of all kinds even the ones that some people shun like snakes, toads, frogs, bats, et al, but living in Florida, the critters I hate the most are the enormous spiders and huge flying cockroaches that can both be very aggressive.

    I also don't like to fly, but again, I do it, but only when I have to. It's not something I enjoy.

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  5. I am not good with snakes. Not phobic, but give them a wide berth. And a tad claustrophic.

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  6. Flying cockroaches? I have never heard of that. Add that to my list. If I make it to heaven I will be asking God WTF on that one.

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  7. Snakes....I hate snakes.

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  8. Flying, heights and public speaking can make me weak of knee.

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  9. Hmmmm...I don't have too many but I have developed a fear of heights over the years. I never had it when I was younger but I feel uncomfortable with heights now (Rob)

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  10. Bad sharks and being in the water at the same time.

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  11. I agree with birdie and Jan. Horses are beautiful animals as long as they are out there in the pasture and not anywhere near me. I am also extremely closterphobic. Even being surrounded by tall people can bring on a feeling of panic.

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  12. This may sound odd, but my greatest fear is realizing I didn't live the best that I could on this earth. So I hope I never learn that!

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  13. No fears or phobias I can think of, although I once did have an almost panic moment the day the zipper got stuck on my parka and I couldn't get it off. I go to the prickly sweat stage and hubby ripped it open. Tore that zipper right out.

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  14. Elevators or Lifts as well call them in the UK. I do go in them, but I hate them.

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  15. Birdie: I had one huge cockroach fly at me not once, but twice. When I first noticed it, it was on the wall in the kitchen and, because my husband was asleep, I sprayed it with Raid figuring I'd take care of it myself. No way. The thing flew right at me and I screamed. My husband came running into the kitchen, but we couldn't find the assaulting roach. Hours later, I went to get a glass of water and saw a roach lying on it's back and I figured the Raid had done it's job and the culprit was dead. I got the broom and the dustpan and started to sweep it up when it suddenly flew at me again. More screaming ensued, but the roach was overkilled with the broom. The spiders down here are big and aggressive, too, but they, thankfully, don't fly.

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  16. Allergy attack n no benedryl! I swell like a balloon

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