By NeverLookingAgain - 30/12/2015 04:16 - United States

Today, I faced my fears. I've always had a weird fear of looking out of windows at night, afraid a face would suddenly appear. When I heard a strange noise outside, I looked out the window. Sure enough, the face of a man suddenly appeared. FML
I agree, your life sucks 26 434
You deserved it 2 027

Same thing different taste

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I apologise, I didn't mean to startle you! I'll be more discreet next time...

I'm so sorry I have this fear too, but it had to have just been a coincidence.


I'm so sorry I have this fear too, but it had to have just been a coincidence.

It could've also been her seeing things. I'm not skitzophrenic, but I sometimes imagine things I don't want to see.

Actually that might've been it like I'll see a face in the dark because I can't sleep that's probably what happened

MonstreBelle 28

I wasn't seeing someone who wasn't there. There was actually a guy outside of my house looking into my window.

I'm sorry but I can't get over how sad of an attempt that was at spelling schizophrenic in #54's comment

Nice to know I'm not alone with this. Happened to me too, but actually it wasn't as bad as I had imagined, I had always thought I would totally freak out if this really happened, but it was more like "oh a face. oh, it's grandma." Still afraid of dark windows though.

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Hmm? Are you implying they have multiple SOs, or "dears". Or did you mean to say deers? I think you meant to say deers, so... *deers. You couldn't have possibly meant fears though, that's for sure.

I recently had to face my dears. They caught onto my cheating ways. Dammit. Guess I'll have to keep my dears in separate cities from now on.

That awkward moment when the plural for deer isn't deers ???

MonstreBelle 28

Of course. It would have been rude to ignore him and not wave. My mother taught me better than that!

Mathalamus 24

well, your fear is well justified, but obviously, nothing bad happened.

I also avoid Windows and mirrors in the dark, they're scary.

I try to avoid Windows at all times, especially Windows 10. Linux is much better.

Its_Sinon 15

I have no idea why I laughed so hard at this comment.

Mirrors creep me out in the dark. Couldn't tell you why. When there's just enough light to see the reflection -- *shivers*

y'all should stop watching horror movies

You let him in, right? Oh, how friendships are made. :)

MonstreBelle 28

He ran away before I could let him in. I guess he didn't want to be my friend :(

And the worst part is, I live on the fourth floor! Dun dun dunnn!

Thank you for officially confirming my fear of looking out windows at night