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Also about scared and blanket+727A scary movie doesn't scare you too much while you are watching it, but later that night you are cowering underneath the down comforter in 80 degree weather, and you won't take off the blanket because you are scared that something is waiting just above your head, so you eventually pass out from lack of oxygen and/or dehydration since you sweat out all you had left in you. Amirite?
Also about scared and blanket+379Its odd that people go under a blanket when they are scared a murderer or something is in their house, while in actuality it would make it harder for you to escape if there were a phyco there, amirite?
Also by MyrandaSaysRawr+20When you were younger, it was instinct to ask, "Can I put the cheese in?" when your parents were making mac&cheese, amirite?
Also about protect and scared+51When you're scared that a rapist or a monster is after you (usually after watching a scary movie while home alone) turning on the tv or talking on the phone makes you feel safer, even though logically, you know these things won't protect you, amirite?
Also about blanket+275When you're getting comfortable in bed and you pull the blanket up, blocking the view of your room for a few seconds, you feel as if there is going to be a ghost or a creepy little girl standing somewhere in your room waiting to attack as soon as you bring the blanket back down, amirite?