Just one? It’s a tie between heights, death of loved ones, and chewing noises.
eyes, mainly harm to eyes or touching of eyes.
Deep Water, Soggy Stuff IN Water, Needles ; _ ; , Maggots Or Large Clusters Of Wiggly Things *Silent Screams*, Fish And Various Other Water Based Lifeforms (I’m Trying To Get Over This One) Especially When Shown In Large Bodies Of Water, Body Horror (Especially Tooth Loss In Violent Manners) Or Extreme Deformities, Extreme Sickness Being Shown (Like Excessive Diarrhea And/Or Vomiting)
I…. What If I Fear All These Things Equally….
EDIT: OH YEAH Just Water In General Scares Me Too, Especially Natural Rivers Or Oceans Because Of Whirlpools And Underwater Currents That Can Drag You Under Or Out To Sea
Falling down stairs (This isn’t even a SBHJ joke it’s legit oh my god I used to have recurring nightmares of falling down a long stairway)
Stairs, Falling, failing or ruining something BIG on accident.
“The Victorian ideal of femininity demands the control of female appetites and the submission of the female body to will. Contemporary advertisements that shame women’s appetites are not a new phenomenon but part of a tradition that can be traced back to Victorian gender ideology. The misogyny of patriarchal cultures manifests in a terror of the feminine. In male supremacist ideology the life-giving and transformative qualities of women’s bodies are feared and must be controlled. Ideal Victorian femininity was thought of as thinness, frailty, weakness and a death-like appearance, emphasizing an extreme passivity. Extreme control of female appetites, both sexual and for food was considered necessary because of a misogynist terror of women’s bodies. If not intensely managed it was imagined that female appetites would spiral dangerously out of control. The underweight and starving female body that denies its hunger was considered a triumph over the terrifying powers of the devouring feminine. These ideas persist and continue to manifest in disordered eating today.”—Victorian Femininity and Anorexic Culture: Starvation as the Suppression of the Monstrous Feminine by Clementine Cannibal http://clementinecannibal.com/2011/11/25/victorian-femininity-and-anorexic-culture-starvation-as-the-suppression-of-the-monstrous-feminine-by-clementine-cannibal/ (via grrrlvirus)
Take the police out on a couple dates. Take the police to the movies or a nice stroll in the park. Feed the police some delicious fondue. Make the police fall in love with you. Then, fuck the police. And then out of nowhere, stop taking calls from the police. Ignore the police. Make the police miss you. Make the police cry.
There is one unreleased Meet the Team video expected for release, Meet the Pyro. As revealed in an interview with Robin Walker by KritzKast Podcast, Meet the Pyro will be a look at the world through the Pyro’s eyes.