Wait, hang on, who's scared of turbulence on planes? I love the zero gravity feeling... Also, when a plane crashes, there's no way out of it, unlike a spacecraft with a launch abort/escape system. I would be less scared in a spacecraft than in a plane.
Another fear: If my school thinks that this game is educational and incorporates it into the learning.
"Critics who treat adult as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence." C. S. Lewis
I once was afraid of this creepy pasta hack of Pokémon Silver called "Pokémon Lost Silver". I was also afraid of another creepy pasta hack of something called "Sonic.EXE". Well, I'm planning to play Pokémon Lost Silver soon, but Sonic.EXE no way! If you want to get creeped, just search Sonic.EXE on the Creepypasta wiki.
What is the scariest thing you have ever seen/heard/experienced, but faced down and overcame?
I didn't have a choice because they didn't warn us until we got on the plane. Try flying in a two prop over the continental divide. Talk about scary. If you ever thought a plane would fall apart midair from some turbulence then you have never experienced flying right through the middle of the air currents of the continental divide. We would free fall for several hundred feet. My back would be (with the seatbelt tightly fastened) up against the top of the airplane for 10+ seconds at a time while we were free falling. Then you would just go right back up and down and all around. Most of the safety explanation was explaining what we were about to fly through. Everyone had four barf bags in the seat pocket in front of them. Man I didn't eat for two weeks after that plane ride. I flew from Grand Junction Colorado to Denver Colorado. That is one of the only flights in the country to be subjected to the nightmare of going right through the middle of the continental divide air currents. All other commercial aircraft fly OVER the turbulence creating currents. Whew. Talk about never wanting to get into an airplane again.
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