- 8 years ago
- Wedding: May 2013
A few years after the crying incident, one of my more serious bfs convinced me to go back to one. I did it, and I tried to be brave. One landed on me and he was like “wait! I want a picture!”
You should see my face. It’s pretty F’ing funny. You can tell that my lips are trying to smile for him, while my eyes are screaming “GET IT THE HELL OFF ME!” and my whole face is scrunched up in this weird half smile half grimace thing. I liked him a heck of a lot, apperently, to let a butterfly stay on me like that.
@FutureMrsJohnson_: Lol Oh man do I. I’m very emotional/sensitive and me and my fiance were joking around when he said something like “what’s wrong with you?”but he said it in a very serious tone and i just started crying ugh I couldn’t control it He also started apologizing and sayingthat he loves meand things I’m perfect so I gotover it pretty quickly
I don’t think I’ve ever cried from a bug. But I’ve screamed.
Spiders don’t bother me, but ROACHES, good lord… I can’t go near it, I can’t be around when someone kills it, I can’t even pick up a dead one. I always have to get someone else to do it. One time, I came across a dead one when I was in my apartment alone, and thought, “What am I going to do?” Almost panicked, but then a stroke of genius hit. I used my hairdryer to blow it out into the hallway, so someone else would deal with it, haha.
That is such a cute story!!!
A couple of weeks ago I found a little gecko outside our place and decided to bring it into the house, named it ‘Tom’ and it was to be my pet. Fiance thinks they’re dirty but reluctantly entertained my idea.
A week later I found it dead in our cockroach trap and I absolutely BAWLED for about 10 minutes while my Fiance was just stunned and trying to hold back laughter. I think I was just hormonal. Fiance regularly makes jokes about it now!
@FutureMrsJohnson_: yes. I have. then again I am super arachnophobic and have been thinking of getting help for it…seriously lol. I had a similar incident where I saw the spider and I ran into a web. I almost died, no joke. I cried and was paralized for what felt like 20 minutes. My DH knew that I was afraid of them (I had told him) but I thinik that day he realized how severe my phobia was.
I can’t even really stand looking at pcitures of them.. eeek!
Yes, once out of fear and once out of surprise/anger.
#1: I’m really afraid of heights and my mom kept edging towards the side of the cliff to see a waterfall. I def cried because I was so worried the cliff would crumble.
#2: I don’t like spicy food, not because of the taste (sometimes I’ll brave the spice just to eat delicious food and end up tearing up in pain as I go), but because it hurts soooo bad. My (now) father in law said “try this! it is delicious” and didn’t tell me it was also really spicy. I didn’t ask questions, because who gives something spicy to someone without warning them? I popped it in my mouth and immediately started tearing up and feeling soooo embarassed because I felt so much pain and hurt that someone would do that!
I found a dead cockroach in our living room once. We live in a downtown area so I am suprised I have only been confronted by the one in our apartment. I cried and freaked out. I called the SO, my mom, his mom, and my grandmother. Put a pot over it with a plant on top and started calling apartments in the suburbs before he got home to convince me that I was over reacting. He laughed when he asked where it was and I pointed to the pot/plant. I than proceeded to drive to walmart and buy new tupperware. I spent the night reorganizing and cleaning our entire kitchen while making sure all the food was properly sealed.
yep. We were once having a romantic date walking along the boardwalk and a saw a shadow cross our path. I couldn’t make out what the thing was or whether I had just imagined it because it was a cool 150 feet in front of us. I stopped in my tracks and he verified “that was a rat.” I’m petrified of all types of rodents and everyone who knows me knows this. I freaked out and made us go home. From a rat that I only kinda saw…from a distance
Hehe, don’t worry 😛
People are like that sometime, freakout and such.
The important thing is that you realise that, so probably will not happen again.
Ps: I don’t like bugs in general and I freak out everytime I see a grasshopper jumping near me, like run away like a little child, so don’t worry, it’s a normal thing.
Sometimes the high/low adrenaline thing gets me too. Once in college I was vacuuming and I didn’t hear my Fiance (then BF) come in. He came up behind me and put his hands on my waist and I flipped the F out. Then when I realized it was him and not someone who was going to rape/murder me, I started crying from the emotional rollercoaster.
One time I had a dream that there were bugs crawling all over our bed and apparently I woke up yelling “BUGS BUGS OMG BUGS” and he had to jump out of bed and turn on the light before I realized it was a dream. He used to tease me about it until we were backpacking last summer and the exact same thing happened to him! He woke me up saying there was a huge bug on the ceiling of our tent and when I turned on the light, there was nothing there 🙂
@FutureMrsJohnson_: You are better than me, bc I am NOT going near the spider to kill it, Fiance would have had to handle that!! LOL
There are times where I have cried for no apparent reason. I think sometimes your hormones and the stresses of life just get to you and some small trigger like this occurs and you have to let it out…oh the joys of being a female!
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