I'm not really scared of them, well maybe a little scared.
Snakes - grew up in places where there were poisonous snakes, so that's probably the reason I hate them.
Spiders - a couple places there were Black Widow spiders, then there is the fact that they move so quick and are so unpredictable! So I really hate them. We have really big scary looking fat spiders where we live now. Lots of people call them "wolf spiders" not sure what the real name fo r them is, they're really fast!
Two things. First, like all conservatives, I am afraid of change. It is telling when my favorite book is 'I am Legend' followed by St. Augustine of Hippo's 'The Confessions.' I am terrified of no longer being the majority and becoming abnormal precisely because I consider myself normal. My fear is that normalcy itself will die in the name of 'progress.' My second fear is becoming a neckbeard. And I do not mean that to be funny, but seriously. I have seen what happens when men who continue down a path of shyness and social anxiety turn 30, and it is not pretty. They become pathetic, overweight losers perpetually bitter toward the world like the vast majority of posters on GAG. This fear has been constructive in motivating me to exit that path before I become the same way.
- Nuclear war - The college environment - Never becoming the guy I want to be. - Accidentally driving off a bridge and sinking down in my car. - The AskANinja Ninja discontinuing his youtube channel. (Already happened but I'm still in denial so don't ruin it.)
Fun story I was in the army 6 years and I had a reputation to be the tough one there and one of my pals discovered how scared I was of spiders. The next day he got a huge tarantula in one of our missions in a desert (not allowed to specify) without me knowing, then put it in his bag when we came back at the camp he put it in my sleeping bag while I was sleeping it crawled on me and I got scared shitless that day I went from though guy to be nicknamed spider man.