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  1. Captain Mars

    Spooky True Story Time!

    STORY TIME EVERYBODY! Gather round the Mr. Rogers recliner, you may feel a slight lurch. Now then, several years back when I was only slightly younger and slightly dumber, I used to run with a bunch of friends that (mostly) came from spec ed wing of my high school after we graduated. On the...
  2. Georgia Galaxy

    Heat Exhaustion/Dizziness

    It's funny to find that this morning, when the temp is 23 Degrees Celsius, Cloudy (just turned to Sunny on my laptop btw) I've actually felt extreme dizziness from putting away the dishes and I also get slightly nauseous when I come out into the living room, where all the heat is coming in. In...
  3. Ameriblush

    Now, what did you like as a kid that creeps you out now?

    I posted a thread a day or two prior to this asking the forum what spooked them as a child but makes them laugh or roll their eyes as an adult. The answers the thread received were pretty awesome, and it gave me the idea for a reverse thread: What did you like as a child, but find creepy now...
  4. Ameriblush

    What scared you as a child but makes laugh now?

    I notice a trend with people being scared of the oddest things when they were younger but now finds them hilarious upon reaching adulthood or near adulthood. Do you have any experiences like that? Post pictures or videos if you want, keep it PG and Safe For Work. Mine is this random as crap...
  5. Ameriblush

    Discussing what I'm passionate about is scary.

    My social anxiety makes it scary to offer my opinion on anything because it's hard for me back up what I think or believe in. That, and if it's something they're passionate about, they might start a shouting match. I'm not sure how to deal with it.
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