(doodle by Ed<3)
I really thought by the time I was 27 I wouldn't be such a scaredy cat :/ I think the only thing that's changed is I don't let my mind run wild as and I forget about scary movies and stuff I've seen more easily. I also look at a lot less gross/scary stuff on the internet, remember rotten.com ick!
I'm afraid of stuff that doesn't exist and well as real stuff...I'm not used to the size of the house and I find it totally plausible that someone could have broke in and snuck under the bed or in the closet while we were gone. Luckily we got a new bedroom set last week and there's no under the bed, it's a platform box, so that will save me some time, still gotta check the closet though.
Being a scaredy cat started when my uncle made the wise choice to bring me to see Chucky when I was 3...From then on I thought dolls were alive. I didnt like to be alone in the same room as my "kid sister", I thought she was Chucky's wife. When I was 4 I left my barbie and ken on the sidewalk in their car because I thought ken said something(they were stolen). It's weird too because I had SO MANY dolls and toys, but I was always wary of them at night, they definitely weren't sleeping with me. Even some stuffed animals looked sinister...
The most recent scary thing we watched was Insidious, jesus! That took me about 3 days to recover from. Unfortunately I love scary movies, I'm lucky that Ed will still go to the bathroom with me and thinks it's perfectly normal I trail after him like a shadow the night after we watching a horror movie.
Boy these 28 things are just going to illustrate what a weirdo I am! but really so far they've shown me that I'm not alone. I loved seeing your responses to the driving one, I feel much better about the whole thing :)
Are you a scaredy cat? are you afraid of the dark!? what is your biggest irrational fear?
p.s. I'll be back later today with a vlog of the giveaway winners!