CTU Agent wrote: YES! I'm not the only one. Seriously, it's like Satan's poison. I can't possibly fathom how anyone can eat it. I used to and don't know how I did. If drugs are illegal, so should mayo. It's practically just fat which is harmful to the body.
I agree completely. Mayonnaise is pure evil. I actually feel kind of bad for other foodstuffs that come into contact with it, because I know they will never have the chance to be as delicious as they could have before mayo application.
I won't even eat some concoction called "Veganaise" that my husband buys. Even though it is just some sort of soy mess, it is still made in the image of mayo...and that is unacceptable.
- The dentist
- Sitting in front of a group of people in a formal setting. At a concert, it's okay. At a sporting event, it's okay. Just about anywhere else, I prefer to be towards the back.
Displaying "Online Enthusiast Morality" since 2006, with 99.9% more sarcasm.
Throwing up has always freaked me out. I just get the feeling that I will choke or suffocate and I don't do well with stomach pains as it is. I also fear being surrounded by fire...I feel that is one of the worst ways to die.
Mr.Six [7:36pm]: No...I''ll get some sort of Mexican STD.
Heights; I can't climb a ladder without coming close to a panic attack, seriously, I will have tears in my eyes.
Snakes; although I've never been face to face with one in an uncontrolled environment, so I'm not really sure how I'd react. I don't want to find out, either.
Germs! Since I've had kids I have turned totally germophobic (what's the real word? anyone know?). I keep hand sanitizer everywhere! The first thing I do when I get in my car after shopping, pumping gas, etc. is sanitize my hands. You don't know who has been touching gas pumps and grocery buggies. Yuck!
Also a mild fear of throwing up. The last time I did was when I was in labor two years ago. It wasn't pleasant laying in the bed having contractions and throwing up at the same time. Sorry for the visual.
I don't really have a problem with spiders as long as they're small enough to step on. I've never faced one bigger than that. One thing I really hate though, is bugs that crunch under your foot when you step on them. It makes me shudder to think of it!
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