By scaredofhedges - 07/01/2013 10:21 - United States - San Diego
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lmao, everyone thinks my fear is stupid. I have a fear of over flowing toilets. and toilets when they have no water in them. and the inside of the back of the toilet. especially the big black thing. I hide in the shower until I think the water has gone down. Not sure if there's a name for those things. XD
#37, I knew a girl who was terrified of fruits. She went to a restaurant once and forgot to ask them to remove the lemon on her water, so she started crying and had to get someone to take it away from her. It's a wonder she didn't get scurvy... Oh, and my grandmother is afraid of shoelaces. O_o
It's played up. It's really only spoons that have had the possibility of someone having used them before or something happening to them that he doesn't know about (like in a restaurant). Sorry, I've known for a few years so it doesn't seem all that strange considering the fact I had a few friends who stopped using spoons because of it..
If it was legal and accepted by the authorities then why would the woman be 'hiding' the hedgehog, as the FML states? And why would the OP think the woman would get into trouble? Something's telling me this woman wasn't an official 'hedgehog courier' (if that's a thing).
Maybe it would of been smarter if you asked her to put it away?
#64, yes, yes, I am! I'm OK with taking my lumps for comments that people don't like, but something stunk about some of the moves in the last 16 hours or so. I believe the staff has solved the problem quickly, so that makes me happy. Years ago when FML was starting out, someone showed me a script I could use to get 25 thumbs up at one shot. I never used it (no, really, I didn't) and I would think the site had upgraded to prevent that kind of shenanigans.
"Get those motherf**kin' hedgehogs off my motherf***kin' plane!" Let's see if Samuel L. Jackson can say this and keep a straight face.
Yeah #1 like koumpounophobia (fear of buttons) or the anatidaephobia (fear that somewhere somehow, a duck is always watching you)...
It amuses, yet saddens, me to hear people citing a phobia Gary Larson made up for a Far Side panel still being cited as if it were an actual known medical disorder - even describing it in the exact wording he used - well over a decade after he did so. Ah, source amnesia, will your wonders ever cease?