Anyone I-A-B`s Suffer From Megalophopia? [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Weird

What about ships? These are real phobias, people. What unusual things are do you have a phobia of (if at all)?
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Male 417
I suffer from pyronecrobeastiphobia

Yes, I have a fear of sex with dead flaming animals.
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Male 2,513
I`m afraid of not leaving anything worthwhile on this earth
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Female 357
Hodophobia.
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Male 3
heres the ship im on... over too far

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Female 99
hmmm let`s see... i have claustrophobia, arachnophobia and achluophobia :( imagine these 3 combined :))) instant death :)))
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Male 13,624
I fear huge amounts of rushing water,
probably got it when I fell off a pier when I was 4 years old, and remember seeing these huge barnacle clad wooden legs of the pier as I got turned over in the tide, my dad jumped in and swam me to shore, 43 now and still gives me a shudder when I recall it
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Female 2,549
I have misophonia for realz.
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Female 2,549
Hindonburg I thought.
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Male 2,988
For Selendria and others with trypophobia, does this bother you as well? Not exactly the same but still looks like hols in skin

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Female 1
I have trypophobia. Fear of clustered holes, especially those in skin.
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Female 261
I`m afraid of tall buildings, but only when I`m at the bottom of them. If I`m on top, I`m fine.
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Female 20
I didn`t even need to scroll down on the picture to know this was the Titanic. 17 year of research for the win!
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Female 4,447
I`m aquaphobic. Can`t swim, won`t go in deep water or natural bodies of water, I hate getting splashed or dunked, so pools with more than a few people in them are basically out, I wash my hair in such a way so as to ensure I don`t get water in my ears (that`s from my childhood where I basically *couldn`t* get water in my ears without getting extremely painful earaches) and I do find myself getting uncomfortable watching movies like The Perfect Storm (never watched Open Water, eff that!). It`s sad, really. I`d love to be able to swim. :(
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Male 1,595
Yup, I am full blown megalophobic and as soon as I switched to this tab I clenched every muscle like one of those suicide goats.
It also doesn`t help that I am afraid of propellers, which has no name as of yet.
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Female 1,478
There`s a support group for that, Swash. However, the only one not in it is fancylad.
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Male 37,826
So my girlfriend says "give me a really big screw!" and I said "I`ll give you THREE!"
shish-bah!

See, there are three screws on that ship? Get it?

I`m developing agorophobia! Fear of leaving my house... wish I was joking...

Typophobia, fear of making a typing error. Ok, joking now.
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Male 5,874
puer-somnium phobia?
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Male 224
I have a fear of Fancylad`s poorly structured phrasing.
I can`t tell if it`s ingrained bad grammar or that he changes his mind on what he`s saying every two words.
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Female 12
Ever seen the Dr. Who episode with the weeping angels? Yeah...the angels....
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Male 11,740
Nancy-boy....wow. You need to tell your nurse to wheel you back to your room and change your diaper. Sitting in your own poop all day is making you grouchy.
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Male 1,268
"It`s actually more like 50 ft. 6 inches/gallon would give the ship a range of under 100 miles."

If 6 inches was the trivial pursuit answer, they probably used the distance traveled per gallon while docked without a tug for the dramatic effect.
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Male 7,123
Coincidentally I just watched a documentary on how ships are constructed. Rivetting.


(OK, not original.)
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Male 2
"Seeing the size of this reminds me of a trival pursuits question I once got - `how far does 1 gallon of fuel move the QE2?`

The answer was 6 inches. "

It`s actually more like 50 ft. 6 inches/gallon would give the ship a range of under 100 miles.
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Female 2,764
The ocean.
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Male 3,147
Seeing the size of this reminds me of a trival pursuits question I once got - `how far does 1 gallon of fuel move the QE2?`

The answer was 6 inches.
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Male 535
Awww Freddy. Did the bad wittle anti-twoll make you feel all poopy?

Nancy-boy...
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Male 7,123
DrProfessor,

It`s ok. You don`t have to be ready.
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Male 7,123
Coincidentally I just watched a documentary on how ships are constructed. Rivetting.


(OK, not original.)
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Male 546

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Male 11,740
oooohhhh Magickrat. you hurt me so much with your mean and nasty comment. I am going to go cry in the basement now.

Dumbf*ck.
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Male 17,512
Randy: Agreed.

"I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain." - Frank Herbert, Dune
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Male 17,512
Isn`t that the Titanic ?
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Male 441
Wow kids, such fear and hostility. I`ll lighten things up: You all have a fear of your dick. Don`t believe me? Everyone grab it right now (girls, your vibrator). Everyone feel better now?
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Female 7,867
Fairs- and fairground rides- hate `em. Just know you will ALL DIE...
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Male 2,345
love seeing ships out of the water so you can see just how damn huge they are! my friend is in the Navy aboard an aircraft carrier and last time it was dry docked he sent us some pics taken by the navy of the carrier out of the water...huge is too small a word to describe it.
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Male 15,510
Lol Andrew155, I guess you just made my point...
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Female 280
I have a fear of open spaces. Like flying, or open water, anywhere there isn`t a solid ground beneath my feet. On a flight I have to have an aisle seat and meds. But boats... i need to be within easy swimming distance of the shore and no waves!!! Even floating piers make me nervous. Oddly enough, I love lake canoeing!
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Male 535
Freddy - I have a phobia too. Dumbphuckaphobia - The fear of schmucks like you who cry & whine like little sissy-marys about posts on a free website...
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Male 2,578
Angelmassb. Hypocrisy, thy name is you.
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Female 1,803
I have a fear of heights. Didn`t know how bad it was until I almost had an anxiety attack at the Grand Canyon. I could stand next to a railed off area just fine but as soon as I got near a section that was totally open I had to walk way on the other side of the path. The people (and little kids) who just walked up to the open edge and worse, onto the rock outcroppings, almost made me lose it the entire time I was there.
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Male 186
I truely fear nothing. Fear is unrational. Fear is simply a part of the mind over-riding rational thought.
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Male 707
Ants.. Can`t stand `em.
I have great respect for them and find them truly fascinating.
I just can`t help it. They make me itchy all over.
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Male 15,510
Many people here suffer of Allodoxaphobia: the fear of opinions.
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Male 1,252
Scared to death of neglegence...name unknown... takes me ten minutes toleave th house for fear of leaving a tap dripping, stove on,etc...even though I knowingly check it 10 times, same as locking up the shop.
Possible its merely my mind manifesting a reason to not go outside (agoraphobia)but once im out im fine. Might be ocd but its the only symptom.Meh well what ever keeps the cat safe I guess.
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Male 904
Phobia I have of sentence writing make sense no. Fear stroke of my brain to stop function good.
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Male 11,740
I have a phobia of more lame crap being posted here just to have new posts.
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Male 3,894
The only thing I truly fear is death. I dunno that I`ll ever be ready to give up consciousness and control.
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Male 20,193
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