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  FMLsOhilarious  |  18

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  MrSassypants  |  18

# 12 I am pretty sure it is more of a "This is supposed to be a funny comment; don't take it seriously" then "I am trying to comfort you OP so take it as seriously as possible" comment.

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  tennisrapper1  |  18

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  ucoolgirl31  |  18

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By  perdix  |  37

They are disease-carrying, blood-sucking cockroaches with pretty wings. Your "fear" is reasonable caution and everyone is living in blissful ignorance of the death and destruction that butterflies cause.

By  mk58  |  38

You know, minus all the pretty wings, butterflies (or should I say the wormy part of the butterfly) are quite scary-looking. Google it if you don't know what I'm talking about.

By  DjeePee  |  33

You're not the only one OP, my boyfriend has a phobia for them - all because of some SpongeBob episode, he claims. Be prepared for some portion of non-understanding and teasing from almost everyone you know.

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  Lizza330  |  33

Almost everyone I know does that. My family always tells me that it's just a harmless butterfly, when I run away from them like they're going to murder me. Lol Like yesturday (spelling?) me and my grandpa were outside and they were flying around, and one came within like 5 feet of me and I had to force myself not to run screaming. He looked at me like I lost my mind.

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  DjeePee  |  33

I have to admit that I also have a hard time to be respectful towards his phobia('s). Every time he runs away, screaming like a child, in agonizing fear of a butterfly or even a ladybug, I feel so ashamed. I even became totally mad when he jumped on me in the car (luckily in the passenger's seats) because he thought he saw a spider. And sometimes I give pretty mean remarks too. But yeah, it is hard to understand a phobia if you don't experience it.

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