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  1. I did, and it's linked to Thanatophobia, so I guess that's a partial fear. I refrain from calling it irrational though. Who wants to see their loved ones die?
  2. Well, that's why I said "almost all." Aside from that, most deaths carry some degree of pain.
  3. Couldn't find mine. There wasn't a term for "watching your loved ones die in front of you." Not sure if that is thanatophobia though, because my fear is very selective. I'm not afraid to die, but I'm afraid of losing people. Heights make me feel uncomfortable, but I'd have to be standing on the edge of a rooftop to have that effect...which is normal.
  4. Can't really think of one. Any answer I give would be unlikely to happen anyway. The process of dying is painful and emotionally distressing in almost all cases.
  5. Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem. I beat it when I was 11. The game itself didn't scare me, but was fuel for my nightmares.
  6. I never dress up for Halloween anymore.
  7. I understand what you mean, but it's not completely dead. AMC has FearFest beginning on October 12th. While not "Halloween-y," TCM also has Godzilla movies showing every Friday night in October, since he's been declared as their featured monster this year.
  8. There's this one woman who gave me an entire bag of Circus Peanuts because she ran out of regular candy. I don't think that's common Halloween fare, but those things are awful. I also hated Nik-L-Nips, as they never tasted like the flavors they were supposed to be. Also: Mary Janes, Smarties, AND those Strawberry candies are awesome. I love the "off brand" shit.
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    scariest movie?

    I can't really say I've seen a horror movie that did anything to frighten me on the long term. The Matrix was a serious mindfuck for me when I was 10, though. It raised questions about reality and existence that I never considered, and it affected me for months.
  10. $50 for a 6 year old game? That's a very hard sell.
  11. May 16th, 2014. Alice in Chains played at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington, West Virginia. I had a great time. Other concerts I've attended since then have been rather dull and surprisingly hostile.
  12. The place was a joke, so I'm....really not surprised if this was used to train employees. Added note: For the record, I never saw this video. They expected me to know that shit in advance.
  13. Vending machine hamburger on a late night shift. I microwaved it as the wrapper indicated. I poked it with a fork just to get an idea of its consistency before eating it. The fucker popped. It was edible, but barely. Also loaded with calories. Not a good meal.
  14. I did this once. I worked at a Wendy's as a 16 year old. Boss was a dick. Customers were assholes. Coworkers were useless. I had a 10 minute break every day. The boss pretty much screamed at me for not doing other people's duties. Once I had that break period, I laid out my uniform outside (I had a t-shirt underneath it), got in my car and left, never to return. I also refuse to eat there. Food service was for the birds. I can't blame you for doing so. There's no shame in walking out of a job like that. Aim higher. That's what I did.
  15. It was too weird for me to sit down and actually enjoy, as I had no idea what was going on at certain times.
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