Thursday, June 15, 2017

Your Turn

Animal or bug of which you are most scared?

28 comments:

sandybrook said...

Snakes.

MontanaMarriott said...

Birds

StarJones said...

Those house centipedes.

JustReading said...

Spiders that jump. NOPE.

Aimee said...

God I hate bugs. And it's about to be HOT in NC and that's when they really come out!!!

JustReading said...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jumping_spider

Anonymous said...

Mice. I had one fall down on my head while I was in the shower (it was in a basement). I about broke my neck getting out of there. HATE them.

SgH said...

Silverfish & palmetto bugs ("flying roaches") are equally awful, to me. Of all Florida bugs, these will make me the most horrified. I love Florida, born & raised, but I despise these bugs.

pudlucker said...

For sure snakes! EEEeek!

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

Tapeworm

Renshaw said...

Hmmm, all are animals unless plants, fungi, bacteria, and protists (high school days). I can deal with any bug but reptiles will get me running. Just found a venomous water moccasin on Tuesday wrapped around a tree front yard. It scooted off but they are all over the neighborhood thanks to road constructions and blasting.

inga said...

roaches...
P.S. after "pizza rat" I'm fine w/ subway' rats...

david said...

Sharks!
Especially the ones I imagine when I am swimming in my pool!

=)

Dee said...

Sewer rats. The big ones.

Derrick said...

Scabbies.

Sesil Bedamil said...

Hey, welcome back, Derrick!

Shortie said...

Rats, mice a close second.

OKay said...

Rodents of all sorts. Weirdly, except for hamsters.

Phyllis Whitweed said...

Australian spiders

Irish Princess said...

Roaches are by far the worst or scariest!

texasrose said...

Unless you're trying to lose weight.

Jimbo said...

Humans

Me113 said...

Biggest fear!!

Pen-a-lope said...

Not Derek. LoL

Sally said...

I watched Jaws probably 10 times in a week when I was a kid. I was obsessed with that movie.
It was nearly impossible for me to go swimming in the neighborhood pool afterwards because I would see shadows underwater and have anxiety attacks even though logically I knew it was nothing.
Still have that issue sometimes to this day and I won't go in the ocean at all, lol

Sally said...

Same, I live in Florida and I went into the bathroom the other night and was greeted by a palmetto bug flying at my face. I screamed and yelled for my boyfriend to come kill it, but he said it wasn't there when he checked. I went back in and it was on the door... Nope!

Sally said...

Earwigs? If that's what you're referring to, I hate those things!

Do Tell said...

There are insects called house centipedes which are HIDEOUS..google them, they have millions of legs. They are actually very helpful, because they eat other insects, but they are incredibly disgusting and I cringe whenever I see them.