People On Twitter Are Sharing Their Weird Fears And They're All Kind Of Relatable
It's not surprising that people have odd fears, but rarely do we reveal them to others. But when comedian Jim Smallman shared his weird fears on Twitter, everyone appreciated his strange concerns. In fact, scores of people followed Smallman's lead and shared some of their own peculiar worst nightmares. From eggs to lutes to belly buttons, you'll be surprised to learn that some of your irrational fears, though still irrational, aren't unique to you.
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Open Closet Doors
Can't sleep with the closet door open. Logically, I know there's nothing in there. I also don't want to wake up at 3 am and see glowing eyeballs— Wendy (@WendyFNP) March 2, 2018
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Open Doors At Bedtime
I have a fear of sleeping with my back to an open door, specifically one that goes to the hallway. I'm afraid that somebody, a goblin, or a ghost will sneak up behind me and murder me in my sleep.— Andrew Meckfessel (@ADMeckfessel) March 8, 2018
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Mirrors, but only at night. Too many horror films where things appeared behind them when they were looking in the mirror.— Amanda Why (@manda_why) March 2, 2018
Also, moths can fuck off and take butterflies with them.
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Elves On Shelves
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I have this ridiculous anxiety about having to hug someone I'm kinda friends with when we go to say good bye.— Cott0nCandy (@theCott0nCandy) March 4, 2018
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WEIRD FEARS— Jim Smallman (@jimsmallman) March 2, 2018
Let’s share ours.
Mine: hotel corridors with hanging light fittings. As a kid saw a tv show about poltergeists where they showed a corridor with lights swinging by themselves.
In any similar corridor now, I run out of terror.