By Butterflyguy - 14/08/2009 17:10 - Canada
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yea because there's only one person in the world that can fit a 17 year old and a football captain. Now I'm not saying this is true, but you weren't there maybe it happened, maybe he is 17, just because you weren't there doesn't mean it did not happen. oh and you're stupid for reading this site just to call people fake... i think this shit is ridiculous. ha
No, American Football is a sport for pansies. It's a girly version of a real mans game called Rugby. No padding, no pretty little helmets. And FYI, it's not fucking football. Football, by its very definition is a game involving your foot and a ball. You know, what dumb yanks call soccer. Whilst some kicking is involved in American Football (from now on referred to as "girl rugby"), it is NOT football. Now, if this is genuine: OP: Don't sweat it. There are numerous people who have irrational fears. Once your g/f, mates and team-mates grow the fuck up, they wont take the piss as much. Still kinda funny though!
Darn it; why do my posts disappear?! Anyhow, here's a poem. Since early childhood I have been terrified of Butterflies and I even wrote a poem at the tender age of 10... Walking slowly down a lonely track, I felt something flutter on my back. I turned around to take a spy, and there it was...a butterfly! "Oh no" I gasped "Not him again" and off I ran on down the lane. The lane was narrow dark and dim, oops I tripped over a garbage bin. I ran so fast I could not see, that it was catching up to me! I ran into a large brick wall, and then of course I had a fall. In the end it went on by, Oh I hate those butterflies!!!
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Not that I'm afraid of them, but if you've seen a butterfly up close, they're gigantic and rather creepy. I mean, put it this way: if they didn't have the 'pretty' wings, and they just had clear wings, people would scream left and right (come to think of it, if they had clear wings, they'd be dragonflies, lol). But yeah, I saw a swarm of butterflies seething around some old bananas I'd tossed out in the garden (for composting) and it was disturbing seeing all of them walking around on the food. Trust me, up close they are not pretty. Incidentally, I have no problem with little spiders, I think they're rather cute. But yes, larger spiders do slightly trigger my defensive instinct, because I assume they may bite; but in general, I just simply get a jar and let them outside. I only kill the ones that seem aggressive. Now, I'm not going to make believe that I'm not a wuss; on the contrary, I have a fear of hornets. Those I shoot down with BB guns when they come into the house.
there are plenty of people with weird, unexplainable phobias. I am terrified of ketchup. I have no idea why. When I was little, my brother would chase me around the house with ketchup bottles. People always thought I was being ridiculous. then, one time, in the seventh grade, I went with a friend and her family to a beach house in florida. her two older brothers found out about my fear. they thought I was kidding. they chased me around the house for a half hour with a ketchup bottle, and then finally they got some on my arm. I threw up, and I was hysterically crying. I had a panic attack. I had to scrub my arm until it was bleeding. I swear, the smell of that stuff makes me nauseous. I have no idea what is scary about that stuff, but it's just something that I have a fear of. It sounds ridiculous, but it's not that the person is crazy, but it's just an unexplainable irrational fear. that's why they are called phobias.
Well, sounds like you've got a good life so whatev. But I do know how horrible panic attacks are--they are Hell so I feel for you. But why would you be scared of butterflies? That's insensitive of your gf but I don't know if I'd be able to help laughing either...