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23139 No. 23139 [Edit]
What did you fear as a kid?
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>> No. 23142 [Edit]
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>>23139
Honestly, not much. I had the default half-disgust half-curiosity towards critters, natural fear of the dark, the occasional nightmare after a terror / horror film, and got spooked here and there. I didn't even grow up fearing death, to the point I have died dozens of times in my dreams (much to the chagrin of old wives), only to chill out around as a ghost (it's usually boring though). I had never really felt that something was truly dreadful when I was a child, until after watching The Exorcist III, when I was 11 or so, and seeing church porcelain statues opening their eyes, smiling, frowning, etc. I got spooked to hell and back and I still occasionally get the heebie jeebies when I see a creepily-made statue.
>> No. 23146 [Edit]
My parents, other kids at school, future.
>> No. 23149 [Edit]
nothing at all
and all these year later i'm still too stupid to figure out what to watch out for, fearlessness and idiocy are two sides of the same coin.

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