Thursday, December 24, 2009

Ho Ho Ho

What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?



So, below are a few of my favorite phobias...

NOTE those marked in yellow are those that I think are extra super duper funny and those marked in pink are the ones I myself posses.

Ablutophobia Fear of washing or bathing
Acarophobia Fear of itching
Aeroacrophobia Fear of open high places (As is high wasn't enough)
Agateophobia Fear of insanity
Agrizoophobia Fear of wild animals
Alektorophobia Fear of chickens
Alliumphobia Fear of garlic (mmm I thought those were called vampires...)
Allodoxaphobia Fear of opinions (Nope don't need them)
Amathophobia Fear of dust (Duuust bunnieees)
Ambulophobia Fear of walking
Anablephobia Fear of looking up
Anglophobia Fear of England, English culture, etc
Angrophobia Fear of anger or of becoming angry (Who would have thunk!)
Anthrophobia Fear of flowers
Apeirophobia Fear of infinity
Apotemnophobia Fear of persons with amputations (Is this even pc?)
Arachibutyrophobia Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth
Arithmophobia Fear of numbers
Astrophobia Fear of stars and celestial space
Asymmetriphobia Fear of asymmetrical things
Athazagoraphobia Fear of being forgotton or ignored or forgetting
Aulophobia Fear of flutes
Autodysomophobia Fear of one that has a vile odor
Automatonophobia Fear of ventriloquist's dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues
Automysophobia Fear of being dirty
Autophobia Fear of being alone or of oneself ( I am a mean little person)
Aviatophobia Fear of flying (It's just not natural)
Barophobia Fear of gravity
Batrachophobia Fear of amphibians, such as frogs, salamanders (It's a FACT)
Bibliophobia Fear of books
Blennophobia Fear of slime
Bogyphobia Fear of bogies or the bogeyman
Cacophobia Fear of ugliness
Cardiophobia Fear of the heart
Carnophobia Fear of meat
Catagelophobia Fear of jumping from high and low places
Cathisophobia Fear of sitting
Chaetophobia Fear of hair
Chirophobia Fear of hands ( The Beatles want to hold yours)
Chorophobia Fear of dancing
Chromophobia Fear of colors
Chronomentrophobia Fear of clocks
Chronophobia Fear of time (Wait, What!?!?!?)
Cibophobia Fear of food
Clinophobia Fear of going to bed
Coprastasophobia Fear of constipation
Coprophobia Fear of feces (Shit! I'd be afraid too)
Coulrophobia Fear of clowns
Decidophobia Fear of making decisions
Deipnophobia Fear of dining or dinner conversations
Dendrophobia Fear of trees
Dextrophobia Fear of objects at the right side of the body
Didaskaleinophobia Fear of going to school
Dikephobia Fear of justice (How unfair is that!)
Dipsophobia Fear of drinking (NOT!)
Dishabiliophobia Fear of undressing in front of someone
Epistemophobia Fear of knowledge (hmm)
Equinophobia Fear of horses (Not ok in my book, I don't care what she said)
Euphobia Fear of hearing good news
Geniophobia Fear of chins
Genuphobia Fear of knees (because they're mad?)
Gerascophobia Fear of growing old
Helminthophobia Fear of being infested with worms
Heterophobia Fear of the opposite sex
Ichthyophobia Fear of fish
Ideophobia Fear of ideas
Ithyphallophobia Fear of seeing, thinking about or having an erect penis
Koinoniphobia Fear of rooms
Kolpophobia Fear of genitals, particularly female
Lachanophobia Fear of vegetables
Levophobia Fear of things to the left side of the body
Linonophobia Fear of string
Lutraphobia Fear of otters
Megalophobia Fear of large things
Methyphobia Fear of alcohol
Microphobia Fear of small things
Mnemophobia Fear of memories
Neopharmaphobia Fear of new drugs
Nephophobia Fear of clouds
Octophobia Fear of the figure 8
Odontophobia Fear of teeth (Watch out, they bite)
Olfactophobia Fear of smells
Oneirophobia Fear of dreams
Ophthalmophobia Fear of being stared at
Pantophobia Fear of everything (Well why didn't you just say so...)
Papyrophobia Fear of paper ("The first cut is the deepest")
Pentheraphobia Fear of mother
Phobophobia Fear of phobias
Pupaphobia fear of puppets
Rhytiphobia Fear of getting wrinkles
Sciophobia Fear of shadows
Scriptophobia Fear of writing in public
Sesquipedalophobia Fear of long words
Spacephobia Fear of outer space
Symmetrophobia Fear of symmetry
Telephonophobia Fear of telephones
Xenophobia Fear of strangers

Monday, April 20, 2009

Lola & I

Lola and I are best friends
Lola and I watch TV
Lola and I play fetch
Lola and I...

Lola and I go for walks
Lola and I like to cuddle
Lola and I sometimes bark
Lola and I...

Lola and I are both libras
Lola and I are deranged
Lola and I are best friends
Lola and I...

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

I doodle when I'm happy

I doodle when I'm sad

I doodle when I'm carefree

I doodle when I'm mad

I doodle to remember

I doodle to forget

I doodle to invent

I doodle to divert


I doodle for expression

I doodle for distraction

I doodle for enjoyment

I doodle for retention


I doodle to dream

I doodle to believe

I doodle to stay simple

I doodle to stay free

Tuesday, March 17, 2009


I don't like doing nothing... and my scanner was taken away! The point is that for some reason I am stuck on a PC and I have been forced to sketch using Microsoft paint to keep myself busy! Arrrgg!!!
Anywhooo, after my anger and panic attack, I am letting you know that I used to love doing stuff on paint. I would come up with the craziest designs and it was the next best thing. The problem is that now I don't really remember how to use it. Once I have put something down I can't move it or modify it and I think I remember being able to do so.
Anyway, I wonder if relationships are a similar event. You meet someone and they are great, they are funny, interesting, the next best thing! After a while, you're like what!?!?! Who is this person? Peeeyew! what is your name again?
No, not to that extent, but do we grow so close to people sometimes that we grow apart?

Friday, March 13, 2009

2 things I found out today...

    1. I do not have ESP after all. Don't count on me to predict my future, nor yours.
    2. I possess some qualities to be a TV anchor if I work hard to polish these skills I have a good chance of making it!

    Thursday, March 12, 2009

    Laws of Conservation

    One day, not too long ago; my dad told me that I have to take care of my body because if I don't, it can morph into something that will never go back to how it originally was. (Obviously meaning I need to close my mouth and excercise.)

    The thing is that for some reason I was thinking about what he said today and as superficial as it came off, it has a very deep side to it as well. You see, a long long time ago someone very smart came up with a theory that stated that mass/matter can neither be created nor distroyed, it can only be transformed.

    So in original thoughts, once my body has grown and streched it most likely will not go back to how it used to look. However, my real thoughts right now are linked to feelings and energy. To relationships and states of being.

    Once you have had certain thoughts have you been morphed to never go back to innocence? Once you have been enlightened are you doomed to stay there and never go back to ignorance? Once a relationship has taken a step someplace is there no real going back?

    Once you have felt is it possible to become insensitive?

    So this makes me wonder, am I the kind of person who would rather close the metaphoric mouth to prevent my life from morphing or am I the type of person who will metaphorically excercise to turn my life into the most it can be?


    I don't know if it's just me. But when I'm driving my mind goes wild. It's like I gave it a ticket to lucid land. I have all of these great ideas, things seem clear, it's just great.

    Two things derive from this. The first is obviously that I start lacking concentration on the actual driving portion of this activity. Which makes me wonder... is that why people are such bad drivers in Miami? They all just cruise around having these amazing epiphanies.

    I'll be honest though, I really don't think people here have that capacity. Miami - lack of culture tip of the country. Why are people here such bad drivers?

    Anyhow, the second thing is that I get frustrated because when I arrive at my destination my state of enlightenment disappears in full halt. I barely even function.

    My mental potential could be set to so much more good and profit if it was utilized wherever it is that I go doing whatever it is that I do.
    Unless of course this means that the things I do lack appeal and I should have a dramatic life change (gasp, wow. I ran out of breath just thinking this paragraph up).

    Friday, February 27, 2009

    Polar Me

    How a person can reflect one thing outside and be completely different inside, I don't understand.
    One of my favorite colors is grey. The thing is that I am not a grey person. In fact, I am very black and white. It is or it isn't, I am really happy or I am miserable, I am in a great mood or I am furious. I believe that in relationships there is no mid-point, you either give yourself fully or not at all.
    I love circles, but I am very square. I am extremely methodical, I need to plan everything, I do not like to try new things, one of the worst feelings I can feel is insecurity, if I could have a checklist for life I probably would.
    I am a mess, yet I am in order. I tend to make a mess everytime I need to organize. I do not like to fix surfaces, I like to dig everything up and then put it back together. Most of the time I am an emotional wreck, but somehow, I know exactly what is wrong with me, I just have trouble figuring out how to fix it.
    I am extremely corny and sentimental, but I don't think I like for it to show. I actually feel like quite the retard typing up this post. However, I guess since I have taken the time to type it up and even made a nice drawing for it, I will share it.

    Tuesday, February 24, 2009


    es this is retarded;

    nd I do this type of
    thing all the time

    arely ever post
    anything about
    myself or of much

    h, well.