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Was there something you were afraid of as a child that just seems silly to you now?

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  • I don't really think of it as 'silly', but I remember being afraid when I stepped over the space between the platform and the train, afraid my little foot would get caught in that space. I worried about my foot getting caught in escalators, too. (Reply) (Thread)


  • VeggieTales describes those scary things so much better than I could...

    You were lying in your bed  You were feeling kind of sleepy
    But you couldn't close your eyes because the room was getting creepy.
    Were those eyeballs in the closet? Was that Godzilla in the hall?
    There was something big and hairy casting shadows on the wall.

    Now your heart is beating like a drum Your skin is getting clammy.
    There's a hundred tiny monsters jumping right into your jammies! But...

    God is bigger than the boogie man He's bigger than Godzilla, or the monsters on TV
    Oh, God is bigger than the boogie man And He's watching out for you and me.



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  • Dolls... I thought my dolls was going to came alive and get me. Very funny and silly thinking about now

  • ...Are you ready?...Ok, don't say I didn't warn you.




    Mwahahahahaha!!!! Large Marge will fuck your mind up!

    Yes, it's the cheesiest Claymation ever.
    And yes, it's in a short scene from "Pee Wee's Big Adventure."
    But I don't care!

    Whenever this part of the movie came on, I'd put a pillow in front of my face or leave the room. No joke. I hated Large Marge. I know I'm not the only one. I've heard from many other people whose delicate childhood psyches were forever ruined by LM. Now that I think of it, there's lots of disturbing segments and imagery in that particular children's movie. This was by far the most shocking.

    You're just calmly enjoying the movie (as a ten year old), lured into a spooky sequence, then all of the sudden: BAM! Her head morphs into that.
    I was utterly unsurprised to learn that Tim Burton was responsible for that sequence. He bemoaned the fact that they could only afford Claymation, and wanted to do something...more intense. @_@;  Good God in Heaven.

    Here's the vid link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RryZV8NK9-Q

    "On this very night, ten years ago, along this very stretch of road in a dense fog just like this. I saw the worst accident I ever seen. There was this sound, like a garbage truck dropped off the Empire State Building...And when they pulled the driver's body from the twisted, burning wreck. It looked like this..."

    Looks so stupid, but it still gets my heart pounding! *lol*


  • I would have to say those Christmas Nut Cracker Dolls.... to this day they are still creapy....

  • when i was a kid i am afraid of open closets . I always thought that there were monsters inside.
    i was also afraid to look the thing under my bed. I thought of hiding monsters under my bed.
  • I still have all my childhood fears. I can't think of one I don't still have. I'm still painfully shy of other kids my age. If I were ever afraid of something silly that I don't fear now, I don't know what it is off the bat. I'm still afraid of the dark, the monsters in the closet, the thing under the bed. Fortunately, I now prefer the idea of being eaten or otherwise killed by the thing in the dark to continuing in this life of failure. I sleep soundly at night, comforted by this thought.

  • Жрать и срать где попало боялся, что, в принципе, глупым даже и сейчас не кажется... 


  • I would get scared when a test of the emergency broadcast system came on the tv when I was a child.

  • the weird Redeads / Gibdos in Legend of Zelda games used to seriously freak me out, the Happy Mask Salesman too, but maybe thats because of the pedo vibe he gives off...
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