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Since I am a man, I always say that I am not scared of anything. If I ever tell you that then I am

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I'm Scared of That! Since I am a man, I always say that I am not scared of anything. If I ever tell you that then I am lien. Growing old alone is one of my biggest fears in life and will do anything in my power to avoid doing so. I also have arachnophobia, which means I am afraid of spiders. The third and last fear that I have is, of tornadoes. All of these terrify me very well and I will probably never get over these fears. ...read more.

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I plan to grow old with a mate and hopefully some kids as well. I am a very social person and I will always need somebody there for me to talk to. Spiders are one of the most feared creatures on this Earth. I know that spiders are one of my biggest fears. I am most scared of them because of bad past experiences. When I was younger my brother used to chase me around with little spiders which caused me to cry and run for my life. ...read more.

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I have seen so much devastation caused by a tornado and movies like Twister which have caused me to fear them greatly. Nothing is wrong with having fears in life. I think that it is very normal to be afraid of something. Some people are scared of little things like buttons, grass, and dolls. I think it is a little ridiculous to be afraid of things like that. On the other hand, I do not think anything is wrong with being afraid of spiders, tornadoes, or growing old alone. I am very afraid of all of them and they will continue to run my life. ?? ?? ?? ?? Marcus Gladden English 100-84 October 14, 2005 ...read more.

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