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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #26 - yunoknow
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i've always wondered, if keeping our feet out of the blankets leaves them vulnerable, then why do we leave our heads out? not that i'm brave enough to perform any daring experiments.
User avatar #27 to #26 - jbywalec [OP]
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This kid just blew my mind... maybe cause our head is not at the bottom of the bed, I dunno...
User avatar #36 to #26 - tzukaza
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i have already done this since i usually sleep on the side i have one leg over the cover and one under it in summer times to balance out the cold n heat and i still got my feet
User avatar #37 to #36 - yunoknow
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you brave son of a bitch
#29 - pablomichigan
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Description Def Leppard - Rock Of Ages lyrics
User avatar #30 to #29 - jbywalec [OP]
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Hahaa, YES!
#1 - huntronicles
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User avatar #3 - iamsammich
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i'm constantly bombarded with paranoid thoughts like this
"don't look out the window too long, something scary will appear"
"don't let your feet stick out from the shower curtain or something will grab them"
"don't leave your door closed because you'll be trapped or something will open it. but don't leave it open or something will come in. but don't leave it cracked or you'll see something scary peeking at you"
it's every day and i don't know if it's normal or if i just have anxiety
#24 to #3 - anon id: 9017414a
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I had this same problem when I was younger. I notice that it manifests around people who are hyper-vigilant. It's not a bad trait if you learn to control your irrational fears.
What I had to do-- and it is terrifying-- is just face whatever it was that was frightening me. I used to be very paranoid about *something* watching me through my window. Every time I felt this way, I would force myself walk up to the window and stare out into the blackness, challenging whatever evil I imagined haunting me.
Remember, a true warrior feels fear but says, "**** it."
Good luck!
User avatar #23 to #3 - profkitty
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Do you also want to be fully aware of your surrondings too? Like scan them every once and awhile?
User avatar #35 to #23 - iamsammich
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i don't seem to get that. especially not when i'm scared, i'm not the type to go out and look around the house and make sure there's nothing there. even though i know monsters and **** aren't real, i don't want to go looking around the house in case i find something scary. my usual move is that if i'm home alone and i hear a noise, i'll back myself into a corner. the thought of something sneaking up on me absolutely terrifies me
User avatar #31 to #3 - thinemother
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I live in a village that has a unused manor house in the center of it well tourists like to go in there and they have a little guide to show people around , but every god damn time I walk past it im all like "don't look at the window, don't look at the window, don't look at the window" because i'm so needlessly paranoid about seeing something looking out at me.
User avatar #4 to #3 - dirtydollar
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God dammit dude, I am home alone and upstairs and the door is slightly open, and it's dark as balls, and i have the same paranoia.
User avatar #5 to #4 - iamsammich
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i currently have one pillow under my back and one way up behind my head to combat the paranoia that something will reach up from behind the head of my bed and scratch my throat out. i also have to have the bed up against a wall as much as possible. and i have to sleep on my stomach with my face facing left or right with the cover covering all of my except my face. that's how bad it is
User avatar #6 to #5 - dirtydollar
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My favorite way of relieving myself of it is to blast music on my headphones, let's me feel a little more "alone", so i don't feel like i am sitting next to something that isn't here.
User avatar #7 to #6 - iamsammich
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music definitely helps. tv helps (unless they ******* show previews for scary movies. i love scary movies but i don't wanna see that **** when i'm already worrying about creatures killing me). i usually try and stay up pretty late so that i fall asleep quickly.

it's worst in my room at night and any time i go in the bathroom, especially showering. i've never done that whole movie thing where a character just sits under the shower with their eyes closed. i could never do that
User avatar #8 to #7 - dirtydollar
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The worst thing about being upstairs (or even having more than one floor to your house) is that you don't want to go to either one, and once your in one, the other seems like an endless hallway, especially since where i live it's nothing but hallways without any windows/doors etc. It's a ******* nightmare. But not literally, i can't remember any of my dreams, and as far as i can tell, i don't get any.
User avatar #9 to #8 - iamsammich
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i'd hate having to go up or down dark stairs to get to my room. i already have issues with walking through the house at night and that would make things so much worse.

i dream pretty often, and they're usually intense and i just get so emotionally invested. when it's a good dream, it's freaking amazing. when it's a bad dream, it's so terrible that i'm usually kinda shook up about it for a day or two. i once had a solid week when i was in 1st grade where it was nothing but nightmares, but like a show where one night's events would run into the next night's. so just a week-long nightmare sort of
User avatar #10 to #9 - dirtydollar
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when i was much younger, i had this dream where i would wake up to use the restroom, and when i'd look in the mirror we had on the bathroom door, it would be my holy **** at this word my room's dryer buzzer went off and scared the living crap out of me, i literally jumped reflection, only it wasn't really, it was somewhat distorted, and if i'd look away, the rest of the room would become comprised of mirrors, all with that reflection. I remember it because i had it so often and it was incredibly surreal, and the worst part about those dreams was i would always wake up in the middle of the night to use the goddamned bathroom.
User avatar #11 to #10 - iamsammich
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that's crazy man
i thiiiiink in 4th grade i had a dream where me, my mom, and my older sister were all in hell and we had to go through different parts of it. one part i remember was this room with hellhounds lining either side with fire whips. we walked between them, but they snapped their whips at us and one ended up hitting my mom in the face and it was just so gruesome, her screaming with sizzling and bubbling skin.

we made it through that part and went into this house, where this nice old lady was baking cookies. when the cookies were ready, she called us to come eat them. we go into the kitchen and the cookies are human-sized and they have eyes, but other than that they look like skin-colored gingerbread cookies. my older sister starts by snapping off one of their arms, and we find out that the cookies have human anatomy. it tasted like cookie but looked exactly like a real injury. sugar blood gushing, bone jutting out, not to mention the cookie screaming in pain and begging us to stop. but we had to eat them all to move on to the next place
User avatar #12 to #11 - dirtydollar
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I am lucky to not have had such abhorred dreams, that sounds like hell.
User avatar #13 to #12 - iamsammich
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my nightmares have sort of calmed down as i've gotten older. i've also had some really awesome dreams, so it's worth it. lots of times my dreams help me come up with ideas so i can imagine stories and characters and even cool looking monsters. the most recent awesome dream i had was where i was some aquatic human guy (gills, webbed fingers, but not completely aquatic and the city was above the water) and i worked at this laboratory/aquarium. and i was in love with this whale inb4 ghey. the crazy part was that it'd switch from me being the fish guy to me being some third party, but whenever i was the fish guy i felt what he was feeling.

i woke up and it took a second for me to realize that i was not in fact in love with a whale, nor did i want to spend the rest of my life with a whale
User avatar #14 to #13 - dirtydollar
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I wish i had dreams like that, i like to draw, but am not creative, i like to write stories and am literate, but i can't bring anything to myself. A dream such as your would be great. But for now, i just sleep, and then wake up. In the middle of the night.
User avatar #15 to #14 - iamsammich
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hmm. there's gotta be a way to remember your dreams better. you're almost definitely dreaming, but you just can't remember. lots of times when i can't remember my dream, i'm still left with a sense that i had a dream last night. (i have absolutely no idea how to explain that one)

i like drawing and thinking of ideas, but i never do anything with them. i've been dreaming up countless things but the only thing that's ever come out of it was a role play or two online. i wish i could just snap my fingers and have what i want appear
User avatar #16 to #15 - dirtydollar
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I usually only recount a dream if i wake from it, like dreams where i check the time and the clock says gibberish, so i wake up and look at it, but other than that, i never remember them. The weirdest thing is that in the clock dream i mentioned, sometimes the time on the dream clock is eerily similar to the real world time, it's actually saved me from waking up for things late.
User avatar #17 to #16 - iamsammich
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that's a cool dream. and they say that's actually a good way to get into lucid dreaming. if you look at the clock and it's gibberish, you can sometimes realize you're dreaming and then do whatever you want. i've never had a lucid dream though, i'm just going off of tips
User avatar #18 to #17 - dirtydollar
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Unfortunately, these kind of dreams don't happen anymore, because i don't have a clock anymore, but if i get a dream where i need to pee, then i will know what to do. Also, i have heard you shouldn't look into a mirror in a lucid dream, cause freaky **** can happen, and i am sure it will, given past experiences.
User avatar #19 to #18 - iamsammich
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i've never heard about the mirror thing. yeah, if i ever get a lucid dream, i'll make sure to stay away from mirrors. i've occasionally had paranoid thoughts that if i looked at my reflection for too long, my reflection would change or move without me moving
User avatar #20 to #19 - dirtydollar
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I ******* hate mirrors, and i am glad there are near to none in my house, they can be scary At night at least. and lower your self esteem if you dwell in your reflection, i hate looking into a mirror to see my face has a new red spot that i am now incurred to scratch.
User avatar #21 to #20 - iamsammich
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i'm always worried i'll see something in the mirror, whether it's my reflection moving independently or something scary. i'm also currently sunburned badly, so looking in the mirror only shows new places that are peeling. i obsess over that kind of stuff, between chewing nails and picking at scabs and peeling sunburned skin off. i wouldn't be surprised if it all comes from some kind of generalized anxiety
User avatar #22 to #21 - dirtydollar
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Well, now i have to use the restroom , and the restroom is about 15 steps away. 15 steps of torture.
User avatar #33 - thatsnumberwang
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Reminds me of this: www.scp-wiki.net/scp-072

Still comes across my mind at night occasionally :/
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User avatar #28 - arsonistchapel
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This is the story of my life right now. It's so hot but my bathroom light keeps turning on in the middle of the night. I'm 22 and scared to death.
User avatar #2 - bopeepwoody
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The scp about this terrifies me!
User avatar #34 - dachief
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I think I have a new phobia.
User avatar #25 - soule
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[cowbell intensifies]