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#200662 - 06/23/11 11:57 AM Singing the Blues [Re: LukeJavan8]  
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Thanks Luke....its good to hear words are spreading.


#201262 - 07/20/11 10:01 AM Know your phobia's [Re: Candy]  
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Just a quick quiz.....either check answers yourself or I can mark your reply for you smirk

1. The obsessive fear of tight, enclosed spaces is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. acrophobia
C. claustrophobia
D. klaustrophobia

2. The obsessive fear of open public places is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. acrophobia
C. klaustrophobia
D. xenophobia

3. The obsessive fear of foreigners is called:
A. acrophobia
B. xenophobia
C. agoraphobia
D. claustrophobia

4. The obsessive fear of high places is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. claustrophobia
C. hippophobia
D. acrophobia

5. The obsessive fear of the French is called:
A. Hellenophobia
B. Gallophobia
C. Francephobia
D. Frenchyphobia

6. The medical name for rabies is:
A. homophobia
B. hypophobia
C. hyperphobia
D. hydrophobia

7. The obsessive fear of Greeks is called:
A. Hellenophobia
B. Grekophobia
C. Athenophobia
D. Greekophobia

8. The obsessive fear of animals is called:
A. hippophobia
B. animophobia
C. xylophobia
D. zoophobia

9. The obsessive fear of deep water is called:
A. dipsophobia
B. acrophobia
C. bathyphobia
D. hydrophobia

10. The obsessive fear of horses is called:
A. equinophobia
B. hippophobia
C. bovinophobia
D. orsophobia

#201265 - 07/20/11 11:12 AM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: Candy]  
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Originally Posted By: Candy
Just a quick quiz.....either check answers yourself or I can mark your reply for you smirk

1. The obsessive fear of tight, enclosed spaces is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. acrophobia
C. claustrophobia
D. klaustrophobia

2. The obsessive fear of open public places is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. acrophobia
C. klaustrophobia
D. xenophobia

3. The obsessive fear of foreigners is called:
A. acrophobia
B. xenophobia
C. agoraphobia
D. claustrophobia

4. The obsessive fear of high places is called:
A. agoraphobia
B. claustrophobia
C. hippophobia
D. acrophobia

5. The obsessive fear of the French is called:
A. Hellenophobia
B. Gallophobia
C. Francephobia
D. Frenchyphobia

6. The medical name for rabies is:
A. homophobia
B. hypophobia
C. hyperphobia
D. hydrophobia

7. The obsessive fear of Greeks is called:
A. Hellenophobia
B. Grekophobia
C. Athenophobia
D. Greekophobia

8. The obsessive fear of animals is called:
A. hippophobia
B. animophobia
C. xylophobia
D. zoophobia

9. The obsessive fear of deep water is called:
A. dipsophobia
B. acrophobia
C. bathyphobia
D. hydrophobia

10. The obsessive fear of horses is called:
A. equinophobia
B. hippophobia
C. bovinophobia
D. orsophobia


My answers checked in white. Mouse over to see.

#201267 - 07/20/11 02:28 PM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: Faldage]  
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bathophobia. My friend Phoebus says so.

#201274 - 07/20/11 03:02 PM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: BranShea]  
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I remember that list of phobias somewhere on this sight
or was it WOTD? Baffling.


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#201280 - 07/21/11 10:59 AM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: LukeJavan8]  
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hehe and my personal favourite phobia name

arachibutyrophobia

and guesses as to what it is a phobia of? laugh


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#201282 - 07/21/11 11:50 AM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: Faldage]  
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Originally Posted By: Faldage
[quote=Candy]....
My answers checked in white. Mouse over to see.


Well done Faldo 100%, but then thats to be expected.


re-arachibutyrophobia, Bex...I don't know....something to do with arches and butter.....maybe walking through butter with bare feet?

#201294 - 07/21/11 04:06 PM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: Candy]  
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arachibutyrophobia = fear of flaming spiders?

: )


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#201302 - 07/22/11 01:10 AM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: Candy]  
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Fear of spiders eating peanut butter? wink

#201304 - 07/22/11 08:31 AM Re: Know your phobia's [Re: bexter]  
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Fear of treatment for schizophrenia by immersions in arachide oil. ????

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