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OP here. My key only works on the front lock so I couldn't use any other doors and our windows don't operate to allow anyone in. I had to call my boyfriend to come over and move it for me so I could get in. Recently the spare bedroom I workout in has been overtaken by gnomes and I've opened my bedroom door to a gnome in the hallway. He even put it in the shower. This is not a good way to help me get past my phobia.
By VampObsessed / Saturday 5 January 2013 05:30 / United States - Dallas
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By  yoursucklives  |  36

wow your dad is an ass.

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  indielove  |  13

This is your dads way of telling you to leave and don't come back! Seriously just call a friend or ask a neighbor to move it somewhere far away from you. Problem solved!

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  kay71095  |  9

Or a back door? Every house/ apartment is required to have a second door.

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  Metallica36176  |  16

Or pick up a big rock and smash it to pieces! It'll 1. Make you feel better, 2. Probably make you feel dominate over your fear of gnomes, 3. Show your dad up, 4. Make a mess for your dad to clean up because you're too afraid and if it doesn't get cleaned up, the shards could injure someone. Not to mention, it will probably relieve a lot of stress. I'm sorry your dad is being an ass. I hope you can get over it OP.

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  Sputnikspak  |  13

Phobias are, by their very nature, irrational. I'm emetophobic. I'm scared of puke. It reduces me to panic attacks. It's not cool to tease someone with a real phobia of something. And this sounds like a real phobia, not like 'Ew spiders I don't like them' by genuinely 'this thing terrifies me'.

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  poccocurantes  |  7

For those of you who have no back doors. *chuckling to self, I seriously suggest you move. There is a good reason why you should have two accessible exits in a building. Helps to keep you from burning to death in a fire.

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  VampObsessed  |  16

OP here. My key only works on the front lock so I couldn't use any other doors and our windows don't operate to allow anyone in. I had to call my boyfriend to come over and move it for me so I could get in. Recently the spare bedroom I workout in has been overtaken by gnomes and I've opened my bedroom door to a gnome in the hallway. He even put it in the shower. This is not a good way to help me get past my phobia.

By  yoursucklives  |  36

wow your dad is an ass.

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Thanks, couldn't have figured it out without you man

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Bravo! I don't gnome many puns myself :(

By  CrazyChickens721  |  5

:O maybe gnomio just found his Juliet!! What about the back door?

By  bwzwally8  |  15

Use the back gate if there is no lock.

By  1dvs_bstd  |  41

Your dad must be allergic/have a phobia of something, slice it into his food and watch him slowly swell/put phobia thing in his car. Nothing beats a little payback.

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  darkmis1  |  17

I tried that with a spider once and it jumped at me. I screamed so loudly my neighbor texted me and asked if I was okay. Naturally, I had him come over and kill it.

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  heliraptor  |  13

Holy shit, I think that if I saw a 1o cm spider, I would just cry. "it's okay, spider, I didn't need my house. I'll just pack my things and I'll be out of your way in no time.."

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  xMidna  |  6

10cm is a baby xP I just grab a thong and smash the fuck out of it until it dies haha. Good ole Straya ;) Funny how large spiders don't phase me, but moths reduce me to panic attacks. When you have a phobia you can't just creep past it/not look at it. Knowing it's there is enough to people with phobias.

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  Hyun18  |  5

lmao that's what i do when i need to put something down /get something from our counter at night . i just close my eyes in fear of cockroaches. cause i know ill freak out if I see one .Especially if I'm carrying fragile stuff.

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