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Niche triggering

By Meerkat11/9 14:58Wed Sep 11 14:58:58 2019

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Re: Niche triggering

By JonnyJ (jonnyj)11/9 16:05Wed Sep 11 16:05:10 2019In response to Niche triggeringTop of thread

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It's certainly triggering my phobia of terrible design. Ugly as sin.

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By Chandampton (southampton)11/9 16:06Wed Sep 11 16:06:15 2019In response to Re: Niche triggeringTop of thread

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They have to make it look different so the customers can ensure everyone knows they have the latest model.

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Re: Niche triggering

By Return of the Macc (WLADITT)11/9 15:33Wed Sep 11 15:33:33 2019In response to Niche triggeringTop of thread

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Not to say that I have this 'phobia', but there was a photo being shared around bookface some years ago of a woman's breast with a lotus pod plant edited on with the caption stating that it was a result of a medical condition. That still haunts me to this day (despite knowing its an edit) and I have seen various other edits of lotus plants on people's skin that trigger something within me.

A quick google of lotus pod trypophobia will explain what I mean... It makes me feel light headed just looking at it.

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Re: Niche triggering

By cufc infinity (cufc_infinity)11/9 15:50Wed Sep 11 15:50:47 2019In response to Re: Niche triggeringTop of thread

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It is triggering ye olde fears of wurms and infestations thereof feasting on ye flesh....

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Re: Niche triggering

By Lord M.Ox (Marked Ox)11/9 15:28Wed Sep 11 15:28:39 2019In response to Niche triggeringTop of thread

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Get an Android phone then.

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Re: Niche triggering

By Mr Staffordshire11/9 15:07Wed Sep 11 15:07:48 2019In response to Niche triggeringTop of thread

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Duncan Biscuit has a fear of mushrooms.

I have a fear of scorpions and sleeping gas.

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Re: Niche triggering

By a krinkly11/9 15:13Wed Sep 11 15:13:06 2019In response to Re: Niche triggeringTop of thread

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I have a fear of the visualisation of the 1960's playground joke 'What's the definition of agony?' It involved a 90ft long razor blade....

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Re: Niche triggering

By Bullsgold11/9 15:00Wed Sep 11 15:00:53 2019In response to Niche triggeringTop of thread

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They didn't think about my Fructophobia either.

THE BASTARDS!

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Re: FAO Tara.

By Joe Hawkins11/9 15:05Wed Sep 11 15:05:28 2019In response to Re: Niche triggeringTop of thread

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Dr Cole and Prof Wilkins reported testimonies from some people who vomited and others who said they could not go to work for several days.

I can feel an outbreak of this coming on mate, what to do?

:p

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