Halloween is finally here! The one day of the year where it is culturally acceptable to go door to door (often dressed as a maniac) and beg for candy. It’s my second favorite holiday, after my birthday, of course.
This year, Spinette is dressing up as a unicorn dressing up as Akatsuki.
I am going to wear a cape. Well, I’m going to be a huntress. They only had two options in my size at the store.
Spinette and I were planning to tell ghost stories for Halloween, but due to writer’s block and not planning things in advance and sheer laziness, I’m just going to direct you to this spooky story.
His story is probably spookier than anything I could come up with anyway. Note: All of my possibilities for my story revolved around cantaloupe.
So, instead of gracing you with a terrifying story that would cause you to pee your pants, I’m just going to define a bunch of different fears.
Androphobia- An abnormal fear of men.
Anatidaephobia- The fear of being watched by a duck.
Hylophobia- The fear of trees.
Omphalophobia- The fear of belly buttons.
Pogonophobia- The fear of beards.
Deipnophobia- The fear of dinner parties.
Genuphobia- The fear of knees.
Scriptophobia- The fear of writing in public.
Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia- Fear of ze number 666 (Illuminati confirmed).
Sesquipedalophobia- The fear of long words. Would a person with this be afraid of “Sesquipedalophobia” and “Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia”?
Aulophobia- The fear of flutes.
Samhainophobia- A fear of Halloween.
Metrophobia- The fear of poetry.
Phobophobia- The fear of phobias.
How are you going to scare yourself this Halloween?