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    Head of the PXR Lillie Fan Club The Foogle's Avatar
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    When Spoopiness TRULY Strikes You In The Hoo-ha: Discussion of Fears

    So i made a blog post about my fear of Slendytubbies, but that low-key sucked so i blew it up. So, i made this thread to be more inclusive so people can share and discuss their fears and maybe funny stories about the fear i suppose XD

    PM me for the slendytubbies story i guess

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    i love you, keep going ❤ roo's Avatar
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    this isn't a spooky fear more than it is a really dumb irrational fear. i have a really bad time with robots? more specifically people in robot mascot costumes. when i was at a festival when i was like 4 a guy in a transformers outfit like came up to me and it scared me so bad that i just want nothing to do with them.

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    For me, when it comes to spoopy stories/movies/fictional stuff, I don't usually get more than a little unsettled for a bit. But there are a few things I've read that really got to me for some reason. And what my brain decides is spoopy enough to cause actual problematic fear makes no sense. Murderers, kidnappers, real-life dangerous environments, "humans are the real monsters" type of stuff? My brain is just like "Heh, cool story." But (certain types of) bizarre, physically impossible, complete fantasy type of horror? My brain has just gone "oh no oh no oh no oh no oh no..." a few times.

    But I've found a very effective solution for me. Lucid dreaming. Spoopy thing appears in nightmare? Well, birch, I control this reality now, so it's on. Few things are more satisfying than finding that thing I'm afraid of in a dream (the only place it can exist in my life) and curbstomping it.

    So yeah, that's the tl;dr of my experience with spoopy fears.

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