Why is it socially acceptable to be afraid of dogs, but not of crane flies? I know what you’re thinking: “Well, someone could have had a bad experience with dogs. Crane flies are harmless, so it’s irrational” Guess what? It doesn’t matter that it’s irrational. I still get just as scared as anyone with a “normal” fear. I laid awake crying when there was a moth inside at camp, underneath my sleeping bag even though it was way to hot. I was drenched in sweat in the morning, not to mention short of breath. There’s only so much oxygen inside a sleeping bag. If anything similar happened with a dog, to someone with a fear of dogs, it would be traumatizing. Not for me. For me, it’s stupid and unnecessary. People LAUGHED when I tried to get someone to put it outside. THEY ACTUALLY LAUGHED AT ME. My point: Next time someone asks you to deal with a spider, or a fly, JUST DO IT. This person could just think bugs are gross, or they could ACTUALLY BE AFRAID OF THEM. THANK YOU EVERYONE.

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Okay so I’m sitting with my friend during thanksgiving dinner and I was bored and thinking about dr who so without really meaning to I accidentally made up a really catchy song but the only lyrics are “Dalek Dalek Dalek Dalek” so my friend heard and before I knew what was going on we started harmonizing to “Dalek Dalek Dalek Dalek” and I just find it funny that the rest of the family was being all typical togetherish family and we were sitting in the corner singing about daleks