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By eightleggedtictac / Sunday 8 June 2014 15:10 / United States - Worcester
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By  buenhombre  |  18

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  extrasnipes  |  18

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  EvilPuggy  |  18

The next fml is about a boyfriend setting the house on fire while cooking breakfast and one of the first comments says Did he see a spider? And a reply days Must have been the size of a tic tac. Hehe! ^=^

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  Sports_guy3  |  18

You think spiders are awesome? You have been watching too much Spider Man. Or have been living in a cave. Get out the cave and go into the light. you'll see that spiders rule us humans and punish those who stand up to them.

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Just because you find them to not be horrifying or as bad things. Others do, and it's not always brought on by being brought up that way. Situations or things seen can cause people to have a phobia of them. To make light of it and say it can just be fixed by showing them and teaching them from a young age to not feel that way about them is somewhat ignorant. Most people with phobias wish they could get rid of them. To what other people see as an over reaction or something funny is a traumatic experience for the one with the phobia. Why is it that people who are afraid of them are in the wrong? As well as the fact that I'm sorry your friend embarrassed you, but she was most likely the one most embarrassed. Fear in itself is irrational. I assume you don't have any fears since you pretty much just took what was a horrible experience for your "friend" and made it out like she just wanted attention. You should read up on phobias and things alike before talking about them. You evidently don't realize how they work. Otherwise you end up sounding how you do right now an insensitive, ignorant prick.

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  anormalperson  |  28

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  anormalperson  |  28

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Hell, I'm a 16 year old 5'11 boy. I still jump into my bed, after I turn off my bedroom light, out of reach of anything under my bed, and I pull the covers over my head. Because, afterall, we all know nothing can get you when you're under the covers.

By  Liamj774  |  47

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  TheCrispyCat  |  47

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  Ali_Br_fml  |  47

There are people with debilitating fears of spiders. Just because they have crippling phobias doesn't mean that they are any less manly. I'm scared of flying roaches. I know it's a stupid fear, and that they can't hurt me, but that doesn't stop me from running out of the room the moment I see one, or scream and run if it starts flying towards me. And now it's 2014. We're starting to understand that the unreasonable emotional expectations placed on men can be harmful. They should be allowed to be scared of things too. They aren't that different from us females...well...They are pretty different, but they're human beings too. Cut him some slack. (darn,I was really trying not to make it this long)

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Arachnophobia is a big thing for a lot of people. I'm sorry that someones sever phobia is not manly. Something that they can't really help themselves with. Just because it's a man doesn't suddenly make them not manly. God forbid a man can fear something.

By  llamaslikesoda  |  29

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  sweetbliss3  |  29

why not? because hes a man, and society says men cant be afraid of anything? fuck that. everyone has fears, and there is nothing wrong with it. a fear is a fear is a fear whether it be heights, spiders, darkness, etc. grow up!

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  skankydairyman  |  29

Like #50 said, arachnophobia could be the answer as to why he screamed. Its stupid how society automatically thinks thats hes not a real man because of that. Even "real men" have fears, just some have better ways of dealing with them.

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  llamaslikesoda  |  29

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By  olpally  |  42

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#8 Fine you try having it then. I've had it since I was three and all my mother ever did was laugh at me. Have you ever seen something that makes your chest tighten? You can't breathe? You get so scared you start to cry in front of everyone? Till the point if it's not dealt with you legitimately pass out? If you answered no then why don't you shut up about it.

By  nlm92  |  22

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