^Haha, not many people do venture out during a thunderstorm
I can see it now...
Bill: Hey! I see lightning! Bob: YAY! Jill: Awesome! Barb: I'm so excited!!! Bill: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?!?! Jill: Lets all go out to a wide open field and sit under a tree! Barb: Better yet, we could climb the tree! Bob: Lets all wear our trademark foil hats when we do it! All: THIS IS GONNA BE AWESOMEEEEEEE
Coasters: 33, 31 steel, 2 wood Park count: 10, Elitch Gardens home park...
I can deal with them anywhere else inside or outside the house, but NOT in my f*cking bedroom. If I hear one flying around my room (Yes, apparently Texas roaches FLY!!!) I literally can not sleep until I find it and know its dead. I also cant stand picking up dead roaches (with paper towels, napkins, etc.) because of the popping sound their legs make as they're breaking when you pick them up.
It just really effing freaks me out!
EDIT: Case-in-point: I just nearly shat myself, a little rubber dog toy from Bon Bon Land (That I got from a TPR Bag O' Crap. Thanks Robb!) was on my bed, and I thought it was a roach. I didn't realize it wasn't a roach until it hit the wall instead of taking to flight when I smacked it.
Heights, one of the scariest things I can think of doing is going to the top of the observation tower at SFMM. Also used to snowboard in the Alps, I'm fine once I get up there, but damn that ride to the top.
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