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Tasty cockroaches Wink .
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You're afraid of tasty cockroaches? Shocked

I'd be more afraid of the foul tasting ones Very Happy
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
You're afraid of tasty cockroaches? Shocked

I'd be more afraid of the foul tasting ones Very Happy


This. Razz


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Zombies and Florida.



Zombies cause people eating people who are still alive is just scary Sith.


Florida cause I had thought Zombies fiction once....


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Yea Florida is as I belive Daniel Tosh said "Flat, Hot, and Dumb" I've been stuck here for 28 years I'll vouch for this
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1337Jedi wrote:
Yea Florida is as I belive Daniel Tosh said "Flat, Hot, and Dumb" I've been stuck here for 28 years I'll vouch for this


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1337Jedi wrote:
Yea Florida is as I belive Daniel Tosh said "Flat, Hot, and Dumb" I've been stuck here for 28 years I'll vouch for this


Lived in Florida for 15 years now. While I wouldn't say it's "dumb" (we've got Kennedy Space Center and lots of other cool places to check out), it definitely is flat, and summertime is just miserable if you're not at the beach.
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1337Jedi wrote:
Lobsters! I know I know not that scary, but they are like the roaches of the ocean!


That's true! Surprised
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Florida lobsters don't have pincers, so I'd say they are way less scary. The northern lobsters at least have claws.
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My fear of spiders has recently been revived. Sad
See my Gripe of the Day for more details.
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Another fear have I. Mass attacks.

Put a deadly animal on me, I care none. Put 12 of them on me. GET A F!. Flamethrower!

I will shake them off (I hope). Just burn them. Burn them!!!

Seriously it doesn't matter whether it's ants, fish or people. I just hate to be overrun.


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I have recently realised I have a fear of shipwrecks. Werid right? But I mean, to be underwater, in a dark labyrinth of rusted steel and rotten wood, not knowing what will jump out at you or what you will find in the next room...And then there's the skeletons...oh the skeletons. I keep thinking they will like come alive and drown you or something...or maybe I just watch to much Indiana Jones! Laughing Wink
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Hmm, maybe Indy 5 should be underwater?
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This reminds me of a very interesting article, with some cool pictures of skeletons underwater. Jaina, you may not want to look. But if anyone else does, here it is: http://webecoist.momtastic.com/2010/05/27/eerie-underwater-graves-diving-for-submerged-skeletons/

To be honest, I don't think I could dive into a shipwreck. At least, not without full body covering. It's not got anything to do with the creepiness (though I suppose it might be creepy to be in a dark, vast ocean), but rather I think it's a little icky to go to an area that has a lot of dead organic matter covering the wreck, and floating around in the water.
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One more reason to add to my fear: What if you get lost in the wreck?!?! Shocked
You will then die a slow painful death of drowning in an underground room with only a bunch of fish as witnesses! And people will never find your body because by the time they get to you, you will be nothing but another skeleton between the thousands of others!
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