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Are you afraid of bugs and other creepy crawlers?  


Tana
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I am scared of bugs, insects, spiders, and anything else that's small and creepy. If a bug lands on me, I always freak out. It's just an irrational fear I suppose, but it's one I don't see getting over. 

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caphekitty
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I am not afraid of them but I do not like them and I don't want them on me. I think the concept of them and that many of them bite is what freaks me out about them. That and many of them can carry parasites. 

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TBH23
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No, not at all. That is not to say I enjoy them being around me. I quite hate flies, bees, etc. especially when I am outdoors. I can't enjoy eating outside when they won't leave me alone. 

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kikobeep
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I don't like most bugs but I am only afraid of the ones who will go out of their way to attack you such as hornets wand wasps. I know it is silly to be a grown adult man and be afraid of such things but I can't help it. They still freak me out!

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weenie
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I get creeped out by most of them. I don't want them near me, on me, or in my house! I know I can't help it cause some will always find their way indoors but I do my best to make sure as little as possible get in! 

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DangGang
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Bugs never really bothered me. I grew up in a very wooded area. We had them all over the place. I would often wake up with them in bed with me. All sorts of different bugs. I guess if you are not used to them, you get freaked out by them.

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