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13 April 2010 - 4:09am

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Hiya CL Members,

Ed has mentioned he had gone to the dentist which of course made me think of my worst fear......the dentist! I have to admit i have been very blessed with good teeth and have spared myself from having to go too often. The last time i went was a couple years ago when i had a tooth that was bothering me. I procrastinated for months before i finally went to see the dentist.

When i went in and waited for the xrays thoughts of root canals danced through my head. By the time the dentist walked into the room i had sweaty palms and anticipated the worst. I had actually thought of going out for a margarita or 3 before my appointment just to stay calm! The only problem with that is my appointment was at 9 am in the morn. I didn't want to stroll in the dentists office at that hour tipsy!

As it turns out i had just a small cavity. The dentist asked me if i wanted Novocain. I am thinking to myself.....do i want Novocain! Not only do i want Novocain but give me laughing gas too! The dentist went on to explain the the cavity was so small it was not necessary unless it made me feel more comfortable.

You can bet i got the shot!! Being the baby i am i just saw no other way! To be quite honest the procedure was so simple and done in a snap. Yet i know when i have to go again..........the fear will start all over again.

What is your primal fear?

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Man dentists are bizarre. I mean who would want to spend all day looking into people's mouths? Its weird.

I don't like sitting in that chair and hearing them fiddle with some equipment then a little drill sound starts and they move in ... all the while keeping the thing out of view. Scared Sometimes imagination is worse than reality.

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15 April 2010 - 10:20am
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well..i have no fear of dentists...my aunt happens to be one...i do admit having a dentist in the family is a good thing - my primal fear would be not having access to the internet! i wouldn't know what to do.

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18 April 2010 - 7:52pm
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lmaoooooooooo @ kola!!! Yes how many times have we had interrupted internet service or our puters act up. It is shear PANIC!!! Ya nailed the ultimate primal fear!!

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9 September 2011 - 11:27am
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I have fear of dogs, I get really paniced when I see a dog and may even cross the street

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9 September 2011 - 11:36am
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I love dogs a lot, my panic fear is GRASSHOPPERS! Even in the city, there were tones of them this summer.... and all of them were HUGE! One of them even dared to jump on me.. I nearly died...

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9 September 2011 - 11:51am
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grasshoper can't eat or bite you but the dog can

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9 September 2011 - 11:53am
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The dog can also pet you, while the grasshopper can not, the dog can protect you and become your best friend! but the grasshoppers, only god knows what is their function on the earth.....

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9 September 2011 - 11:59am
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however, there aren't any danger caused by grasshopers Wink

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9 September 2011 - 12:03pm
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Isn't it the danger when they eat the harvest of the poor people? I think the world should do something against them, but I have an impression that nobody cares.. (except Chinese, of course, who find grasshoppers delicious Sick )

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9 September 2011 - 12:07pm
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yeah, it is the danger, but not of the kind which should make you scream or run away lol

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May be you're right, maybe not.. But it is a fact that grasshoppers jeopardize the world ... I have even read somewhere that the authorities in European countries are spending millions of dollars to promote grasshoppers as a food. The idea behind this action is that if people start eating these disgusting insects, the scarce of beef and pork will not be a problem for an increased world population, the world will not suffer from grasshopper attacks and nobody will suffer from digest problems...

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9 September 2011 - 12:47pm
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Grasshopers impact the world economy. Who could even imagine lol

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Usne (where have you been, lately, btw?), I am definitely an ANTI-DENTITE! (Seinfeld). Unlike you, I was NOT blessed with good teeth, and this is the most depressing subject of my life. 'Nuff said.

My fears: centipedes and June bugs are two HUGE fears.
Also: car accidents. And dead things. I can't look at road kill and I would rather see a live mouse than a dead one, lol.

I hate creepy centipedes and the June bugs make that horrible noise when they hit the window and crunch if and when someone kills them. Bring on the spiders and snakes, just keep the centipedes and June bugs AWAY from me! Yikes! Sad

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27 September 2011 - 12:57am
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well..i have no fear of dentists...my aunt happens to be one...i do admit having a dentist in the family is a good thing - my primal fear would be not having access to the internet! i wouldn't know what to do.

LOL! That is way too funny. Smile :) Smile

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27 September 2011 - 6:54am
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LOL lol I agree about dead things with you, I also prefer seeing live mouse/rat/bat/lion , rather than dead... Ans all the insects are making me mad! I hate them all!

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I love dogs a lot, my panic fear is GRASSHOPPERS! Even in the city, there were tones of them this summer.... and all of them were HUGE! One of them even dared to jump on me.. I nearly died...

lol! We had one summer where the grasshoppers were EVERY WHERE. Had to be at least five years ago now. I would let my dachsund out, and he was pouncing on them one day, and I thought he was just playing. Nope! He snatched a grasshopper right up and ATE IT! I was mortified! I am not afraid of grasshoppers, but that crunching sound certainly made my stomach queasy, lol!

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1 October 2011 - 5:37am
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I love dogs, too. And have been bitten by many, as a child. I just kept going back for more, lol. (nothing ever serious). I know dogs can sense fear. They are so sensitive. My friend has a (psycho) chihuahua, named Sarge (and he takes after his name, but she just calls him "nasty," lol). I am only one of two people outside the family who he will come to, allow me to pet him, walk him, fuss over him. I believe it is because he does not frighten me.

I just plain adore animals, and dogs (and dachshunds) most of all. Smile

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