What kind of an idiot leaves a heavy question like "What are you afraid of"as the newest post on the first day of ICLW?
That would be me. There are many heartwrenching comments in the post below and it seems as though it was a bit cathartic for some people to be able to voice some of their fears aloud, especially considering the blogging community we are a part of. Generally, though, I like to leave posts of a lighter nature here for the first day of ICLW.
So to make up for it, let's take the same question, only with a lighter expectation of answers. What are you afraid of, as in phobias? Things like clowns, spiders, the dark, and Sarah Palin (oh, yes I did go there).
I'm terrified of flying, so much so that I literally get the bubble guts from just watching news coverage of plane accidents. Dude, seriously – lock your trays into their proper upright positions, then tuck your head between your knees and kiss your ass goodbye.
For tonight's Show and Tell I have for your viewing pleasure on of the most hysterical things that I have ever seen. While in Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, Frank and I spent some time in the arcade of a local family fun park. The first game you're met with almost as soon as you walk in the doors is one of those catch-a-prize-with-the-giant-you-control-it-robot-claw things. But there was something strange….
What the…what the frizzle, I thought. Is that seriously what I think it is?
Then I burst into laughter so raucous that when I inhaled to catch my breath, spit went down the wrong way and I damn near choked myself into asphyxiation.
See what others have brought to Show and Tell this week over at Mel's place.
Would you believe me if I told you that I dreamed about catching a Palin-faced lobster? I shudder.