Question 771

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48 Responses to “Question 771”

  1. m:

    sleeping.. nothing.. i’m scared of everything.

  2. Angria:

    Being an equestrian…not sure if it is a fear per-say, but I know a lot of people don’t understand how I can event without being scared.

  3. Michael:

    Clowns, gory psycho mass murder movies, and what people think of me.

  4. Drew:

    Public speaking and doing something.

    I go up in front of hundreds of people not having a clue and just improv a speech. I don’t know why or how I can, I just can. And it terrifies people. I love putting on events for suicide prevention, it’s what I do. And just getting up and doing things with your time scares people, everyone backs down or gives up and I don’t get it. The only way to do it is to just, well, to get up and do it. Everything starts with a spark, yo.

  5. Leila:

    the afterlife.

  6. l:

    Failing…. (Trying to convince myself of that 🙂

  7. Cece:

    My multiple sclerosis.

  8. Susan:


  9. Mazl:

    Losing Control …. manipulation…. blindness ….

  10. Danni:

    death i suppose

  11. preforming on a stage, public speaking I just like it

  12. Jodie:

    Public speaking and death.

  13. Labor and hospitals

  14. Anna:

    telling nothing but the truth

  15. pj:

    I dont fear being alone. I rarely experience loneliness being alone, that is more common in a crowd.

  16. Joleen Darragh:

    A messy house

  17. Mj:

    Ending up alone just because I don’t find the right person (in love). If I happen to be single by the time I’m 50, 60, 70, etc., there’s always friends and I really think I won’t be lonely just because I don’t have someone on my side.

  18. Katie:

    This question is strange to me because I think about it a lot. The things that tend to top people’s list for scariest things are things that don’t bother me at all. I love to public speak, I have absolutely no fear of dying, and I am somewhat obsessed with heights I love them so much. Of course, the things that I am afraid of are small and dumb. Like… having a fear that I’ll wet my pants in public.. or that people won’t like me.

  19. Brianna:


  20. heights and death.

    people say they aren’t afraid of heights, they’re just afraid of falling. i find being high off the ground makes me feel happy and as if i am floating..

    death is fascinating, yet i’m not scared of it. we all eventually visit death. life’s a lie and death is a promise so might as well just live life to it’s fullest

  21. Chill:

    Taking a risk

  22. Rachel:

    The truth

  23. Esther:

    Being different. I have Asperger’s and I’m different. I don’t see why standing out scares people so much.

  24. Sarah:


  25. Midway:


  26. Ilham:

    thinking outside logic.

  27. AB:

    earthquakes, I control myself too much 🙂

  28. Jennifer:

    Spiders, snakes, and other creepy crawly things. 🙂

  29. Kotie:

    Speaking out about things.

  30. MoresseM:

    Needles and injections. The nurse would tell me to look away, but I want to see how the needle pierces the skin and not bleed immediately. Totally not in a masochistic way. 🙂

  31. Mary:

    It would seem that most people are afraid of stating their opinion when they believe something is wrong. I just let it out if valid.

  32. FD:

    dead bodies.

  33. Tpep:

    Dying, every one seems terrified but I’m just happy to see my mom again..

  34. Jayne:

    I am in love with anything that causes my adrenaline to rush. I’ve gone skydiving, and I’m signed up to go bungee jumping from a hot air balloon soon. I love the feeling of my heart racing. I’m also not at all scared of death, and I am not afraid to make someone I don’t know my new friend.

  35. Jade:

    – Change – or the fear of the unknown

  36. Me:

    The ups and downs of life

  37. Sam:

    Criticism. It beats the hell out of me for a while, but then I learn to move on.

    Over the years, I’ve been criticized to such extent, that I’m pretty much resistant to any and all criticism. I was a failure a few years ago. My ideology was different. People thought I was mental. I continued living on the way I should have, never gave up in what I believed in, and today, I’m far better off than the crowd I began with.

    Sticking with your ideology, is the only thing that can bring you to success.

    Nonetheless, I take up positive criticism and work towards it. Negative criticism? I’ve learnt to let it go.

  38. twright:

    The future

  39. Julie Takase:


  40. Jed:

    Failure and making mistakes

  41. Nana:


  42. Marit:

    My own death, public speaking, mice and rats.
    I have lots of fears, but I never asked myself this question.
    Thanks, I will make myself a list to boost me up.

  43. Cora:

    being honest and bluntly truthful

  44. Nic:

    Physical pain.

  45. Tori:

    Spiders and snakes… 😛

  46. hexmage:


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