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Softball – 2007
November 30, 2012, 9:38 am
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I found the 3 rare photos of me playing Softball! It’s my favourite sport! I was a pitcher and Captain of my team. Those wonderful memories I would never forget. Sadly, I injured myself in 2008 and could not do any physical exercise for almost 2 years. Finally, I am glad I can gym and all now. If I have another chance, I would really take care of myself this time. It really costs me a lot for getting injured. Thats why, do proper warm up and cool down. Ensure that the exercise you are doing is suitable for you – weights kg?. Softball is awesome!


Types of Phobia! [Random Post]
November 30, 2012, 9:32 am
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This is really cool! I found it in my old blog.


Types Of Phobia
Ablutophobia – Fear of washing or bathing.
Acarophobia – Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching.
Acerophobia – Fear of sourness.
Achluophobia – Fear of darkness.
Acousticophobia – Fear of noise.
Aeroacrophobia – Fear of open high places.
Aeronausiphobia – Fear of vomiting secondary to airsickness.
Aerophobia – Fear of drafts, air swallowing, or airborne noxious substances.
Agliophobia – Fear of pain.
Agoraphobia – Fear of open spaces or of being in crowded, public places like markets. Fear of leaving a safe place. Fear of crowds.
Agraphobia – Fear of sexual abuse.
Agrizoophobia – Fear of wild animals.
Agyrophobia – Fear of streets or crossing the street.
Aichmophobia – Fear of needles or pointed objects.
Ailurophobia – Fear of cats.
Albuminurophobia – Fear of kidney disease.
Alektorophobia – Fear of chickens.
Algophobia – Fear of pain.
Alliumphobia – Fear of garlic.
Allodoxaphobia – Fear of opinions.
Altophobia – Fear of heights.
Amathophobia – Fear of dust.
Amaxophobia – Fear of riding in a car.
Ambulophobia – Fear of walking.
Amnesiphobia – Fear of amnesia.
Amychophobia – Fear of scratches or being scratched.
Anablephobia – Fear of looking up.
Ancraophobia – Fear of wind.
Androphobia – Fear of men.
Anemophobia – Fear of air drafts or wind.
Anemophobia – Fear of wind.
Anginophobia – Fear of angina, choking of narrowness.
Anglophobia – Fear of England, English culture, ect.
Angrophobia – Fear of becoming angry.
Ankylophobia – Fear of immobility of a joint.
Anthophobia – Fear of flowers.
Anthrophobia – Fear of flowers.
Anthropophobia – Fear of people of society.
Antlophobia – Fear of floods.
Anuptaphobia – Fear of staying single.
Apeirophobia – Fear of infinity.
Aphenphosmphobia – Fear of being touched.
Apiphobia – Fear of bees.
Apotemnophobia – Fear of persons with amputations.
Arachibutyrophobia – Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth.
Arachnephobiba – Fear of spiders.
Arachnophobia – Fear of spiders.
Arithmophobia – Fear of numbers.
Arrhenophobia – Fear of men.
Arsonphobia – Fear of fire.
Ashenophobia – Fear of fainting or weakness.
Astraphobia – Fear of thunder and lightning.
Astrapophobia – Fear of thunder and lightning.
Astrophobia – Fear of stars and celestial space.
Asymmetriphobia – Fear of asymmetrical things.
Ataxiophobia – Fear of ataxia (muscular incoordination)
Ataxophobia – Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Atelophobia – Fear of imperfection.
Atephobia – Fear of ruin or ruins.
Athazagoraphobia – Fear of being forgotten or ignored or forgetting.
Atomosophobia – Fear of atomic explosions.
Atychiphobia – Fear of failure.
Aulophobia – Fear of flutes.
Aurophobia – Fear of gold.
Auroraphobia – Fear of Northern Lights.
Autodysomophobia – Fear that one has a vile odor.
Automatonophobia – Fear of ventriloquist’s dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues-anything that falsely represents a sentient being.
Automysophobia – Fear of being dirty.
Autophobia – Fear of being alone or of oneself.
Aviatophobia – Fear of flying.
Aviophobia – Fear of flying.

Bacillophobia – Fear of microbes.
Bacteriophobia – Fear of bacteria.
Balenephobia – Fear of pins and needles.
Ballistophobia – Fear of missles or bullets.
Barophobia – Fear of gravity.
Basiphobia – Inability to stand. Fear of walking or falling.
Basophobia – Inability to stand. Fear of walking or falling.
Bathophobia – Fear of depth.
Batonophobia – Fear of plants.
Batophobia – Fear of heights or being close to high buildings.
Batrachophobia – Fear of amphibians, such as frogs, newts, salamanders.
Bibliophobia – Fear of books.
Blennophobia – Fear of slime.
Bogyphobia – Fear of bogies or the bogeyman.
Bolshephobia – Fear of Bulsheviks.
Bromidrophobia – Fear of body smells.
Bromidrosiphobia – Fear of body smells.
Brontophobia – Fear of thunder and lightning.
Bufonophobia – Fear of toads.

Cacophobia – Fear of ugliness.
Cainophobia – Fear of newness, novelty.
Cainotophobia – Fear of newness, novelty.
Caligynephobia – Fear of beautiful women.
Cancerophobia – Fear of cancer.
Carcinophobia – Fear of cancer.
Cardiophobia – Fear of the heart.
Carnophobia – Fear of meat.
Catagelophobia – Fear of being ridiculed.
Catapedaphobia – Fear of jumping from high and low places.
Cathisophobia – Fear of sitting.
Catoptrophobia – Fear of mirrors.
Cenophobia – Fear of new things or ideas.
Centophobia – Fear of new things or ideas.
Ceraunophobia – Fear of thunder.
Chaetophobia – Fear of hair.
Cheimaphobia – Fear of cold.
Cheimatophobia – Fear of cold.
Chemophobia – Fear of chemicals or working with chemicals.
Cherophobia – Fear of gaiety.
Chionophobia – Fear of snow.
Chiraptophobia – Fear of being touched.
Cholerophobia – Fear of anger or the fear of cholera.
Chorophobia – Fear of dancing.
Chrematophobia – Fear of money.
Chromatophobia – Fear of colors.
Chrometophobia – Fear of money.
Chromophobia – Fear of colors.
Chronomentrophobia – Fear of clocks.
Chronophobia – Fear of time.
Cibophobia – Fear of food.
Claustrophobia – Fear of confined spaces.
Cleisiophobia – Fear of being locked in an enclosed place.
Cleithrophobia – Fear of being enclosed.
Cleithrophobia – Fear of being locked in an enclosed place.
Cleptophobia – Fear of stealing.
Climacophobia – Fear of stairs, climbing or of falling downstairs.
Clinophobia – Fear of going to bed.
Clithrophobia – Fear of being enclosed.
Cnidophobia – Fear of strings.
Coimetrophobia – Fear of cemeteries.
Coitophobia – Fear of coitus.
Cometophobia – Fear of comets.
Contreltophobia – Fear of sexual abuse.
Coprastasophobia – Fear of constipation.
Coprophobia – Fear of feces.
Coulrophobia – Fear of clowns.
Counterphobia – The preference by a phobic for fearful situations.
Cremnophobia – Fear of precipices.
Cryophobia – Fear fo extreme cold, ice or frost.
Crystallophobia – Fear of crystals or glass.
Cyberphobia – Fear of computers or working on a computer.
Cyclophobia – Fear of bicycles.
Cymophobia – Fear of waves or wave like motions.
Cynophobia – Fear of dogs or rabies.
Cyprianophobia – Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.
Cypridophobia – Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.
Cyprinophobia – Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.
Cypriphobia – Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.

Daemonophobia – Fear of demons.
Decidophobia – Fear of making decisions.
Defecaloesiphobia – Fear of painful bowels movements.
Deipnophobia – Fear of dining and dinner conversation.
Dematophobia – Fear of skin lesions.
Dementophobia – Fear of insanity.
Demonophobia – Fear of demons.
Demophobia – Fear of crowds.
Dendrophobia – Fear of trees.
Dentophobia – Fear of dentist.
Dermatophathophobia – Fear of skin disease.
Dermatophobia – Fear of skin disease.
Dermatosiophobia – Fear of skin disease.
Dextrophobia – Fear of objects at the right side of the body.
Diabetophobia – Fear of diabetes.
Didaskaleinophobia – Fear of going to school.
Diderodromophobia – Fear of trains, railroads or train travel.
Dikephobia – Fear of justice.
Dinophobia – Fear of dizziness or whirlpools.
Diplophobia – Fear of double vision.
Dipsophobia – Fear drinking.
Dishabiliophobia – Fear of undressing in front of someone.
Domatophobia – Fear of houses or being in a home.
Doraphobia – Fear of fur or skins of animals .
Dromophobia – Fear of crossing streets.
Dutchphobia – Fear of the Dutch.
Dysmorphophobia – Fear of deformity.
Dystychiphobia – Fear of accidents.

Ecclesiophobia – Fear of church.
Ecophobia – Fear of home.
Eicophobia – Fear of home surroundings.
Eisoptrophobia – Fear of mirrors or of seeing oneself in a mirror.
Electrophobia – Fear of electricity.
Eleutherophobia – Fear of freedom.
Elurophobia – Fear of cats.
Emetophobia – Fear of vomiting.
Enetophobia – Fear of pins.
Enissophobia – Fear of having committed an unpardonable sin or of criticism.
Enochlophobia – Fear of crowds.
Enosiophobia – Fear of having committed an unpardonable sin or of criticism.
Entomophobia – Fear of insects.
Eosophobia – Fear of dawn or daylight.
Epistaxiophobia – Fear of nosebleeds.
Epistemphobia – Fear of knowledge.
Equinophobia – Fear of hourse.
Eremophobia – Fear of being oneself or of lonliness.
Ereuthophobia – Fear of redlights.
Ereuthrophobia – Fear of blushing.
Ergasiophobia – Fear of work or functioning.
Surgeon’s fear of operating.
Ergophobia – Fear of work.
Erotophobia – Fear of sexual love or sexual questions.
Erythrophobia – Fear of redlights. Fear of blushing. Fear of red.
Erytophobia – Fear of redlights. Fear of blushing. Fear of red.
Euphobia – Fear of hearing good news.
Eurotophobia – Fear of female genitalia.

Febriphobia – Fear of fever.
Felinophobia – Fear of cats.
Fibriophobia – Fear of fever.
Fibriphobia – Fear of fever.
Francophobia – Fear of France, French culture.

Galeophobia – Fear of cats.
Galiophobia – Fear of France, French culture.
Gallophobia – Fear of France, French culture.
Gamophobia – Fear of marriage.
Gatophobia – Fear of cats.
Geliophobia – Fear of laughter.
Geniophobia – Fear of chins.
Genophobia – Fear of sex.
Genuphobia – Fear of knees.
Gephydrophobia – Fear of crossing bridges.
Gephyrophobia – Fear of crossing bridges.
Gephysrophobia – Fear of crossing bridges.
Gerascophobia – Fear of growing old.
Germanophobia – Fear of Germany, German culture, etc.
Gerontophobia – Fear of old people or of growing old.
Geumaphobia – Fear of taste.
Geumophobia – Fear of taste.
Glossophobia – Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
Gnosiophobia – Fear of knowledge.
Graphophobia – Fear of writing or handwritting.
Gymnophobia – Fear of nudity.
Gynephobia – Fear of women.
Gynophobia – Fear of women.

Hadephobia – Fear of hell.
Hagiophobia – Fear of saints or holy things.
Hamartophobia – Fear of sinning.
Haphephobia – Fear of being touched.
Haptephobia – Fear of being touched.
Harpaxophobia – Fear of being robbed.
Hedonophobia – Fear of feeling pleasure.
Heliophobia – Fear of the sun.
Hellenologophobia – Fear of Greek terms or complex scientific terminology.
Helminthophobia – Fear of being infested with worms.
Hemaphobia – Fear of blood.
Hematophobia – Fear of blood.
Hemophobia – Fear of blood.
Hereiophobia – Fear of challenges to official doctrine or of radical deviation.
Heresyphobia – Fear of challenges to official doctrine or radical deviation.
Herpetophobia – Fear of reptiles or creepy, crawly things.
Heterophobia – Fear of the opposite sex.
Hierophobia – Fear of priest or sacred things.
Hippophobia – Fear of horses.
Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia – Fear of long words.
Hobophobia – Fear of bums or beggars.
Hodophobia – Fear of road travel.
Homichlophobia – Fear of fog.
Homilophobia – Fear of sermons.
Hominophobia – Fear of men.
Homophobia – Fear of sameness, monotony or of homosexuality or of becoming homosexual.
Hoplophobia – Fear of firearms.
Hormephobia – Fear of shock.
Hydrargyophobia – Fear of mercuial medicines.
Hydrophobia – Fear of water of of rabies.
Hydrophobophobia – Fear or rabies.
Hyelophobia – Fear of glass.
Hygrophobia – Fear of liquids, dampness, or moisture.
Hylephobia – Fear of materialism or the fear of epilepsy.
Hylophobia – Fear of forests.
Hynophobia – Fear of sleep or of being hypnotized.
Hypegiaphobia – Fear of responsibility.
Hypengyophobia – Fear of responsibility.
Hypertrichophobia – Fear of hair.
Hypsiphobia – Fear of height.

Iatrophobia – Fear of going to the doctor or doctors.
Ichthyophobia – Fear of fish.
Ideophobia – Fear of ideas.
Illyngophobia – Fear of vertigo or feeling dizzy when looking down.
Insectophobia – Fear of insects.
Iophobia – Fear of poison.
Isolophobia – Fear of solitude, being alone.
Isopterophobia – Fear of termites, insects that eat wood.
Ithyphallophobia – Fear of seeing, thinking about, or having an erect penis.

Japanophobia – Fear of Japanese.
Judeophobia – Fear of Jews.

Kainolophobia – Fear of novelty.
Kainophobia – Fear of anything new, novelty.
Kakorrhaphiophobia – Fear of failure or defeat.
Katagelophobia – Fear of ridicule.
Kathisophobia – Fear of sitting down.
Kenophobia – Fear of voids or empty spaces.
Keraunophobia – Fear of thunder and lightning.
Kinesophobia – Fear of movement or motion.
Kinetophobia – Fear of movement or motion.
Kleptophobia – Fear of movement or motion.
Koinoniphobia – Fear of rooms.
Kolpophobia – Fear of genitals, particulary female.
Koniophobia – Fear of dust.
Kopophobia – Fear of fatigue.
Kosmikophobi – Fear of cosmic phenomenon.
Kymophobia – Fear of waves.
Kynophobia – Fear of rabies.
Kyphophobia – Fear of stooping.

Lachanophobia – Fear of vegitables.
Laliophobia – Fear of speaking.
Lalophobia – Fear of speaking.
Lepraphobia – Fear of leprosy.
Leprophobia – Fear of leprosy.
Leukophobia – Fear of the color white.
Levophobia – Fear of things to the left side of the body.
Ligyrophobia – Fear of loud noises.
Lilapsophobia – Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes.
Limnophobia – Fear of lakes.
Linonophobia – Fear of string.
Liticaphobia – Fear of lawsuits.
Lockiophobia – Fear of childbirth.
Logizomechanophobia – Fear of computers.
Logophobia – Fear of words.
Luiphobia – Fear of lues, syphillis.
Lutraphobia – Fear of otters.
Lygophobia – Fear of darkness.
Lysssophobia – Fear of rabies or of becoming mad.

Macrophobia – Fear of long waits.
Mageirocophobia- Fear of cooking.
Maieusiophobia – Fear of childbirth.
Malaxophobia – Fear of love play.
Maniaphobia – Fear of insanity.
Mastigophobia – Fear of punishment.
Mechanophobia – Fear of machines.
Medomalacuphobia – Fear of losing an erection.
Medorthophobia – Fear of an erect penis.
Megalophobia – Fear of large things.
Melanophobia – Fear of the color black.
Melissophobia – Fear of bees.
Melophobia – Fear of hatred or music.
Meningitiophobia – Fear of brain disease.
Merinthophobia – Fear of being bound or tied up.
Mertophobia – Fear or hatred of poetry.
Metallophobia – Fear of metal.
Metathesiophobia – Fear of changes.
Meterorophobia – Fear of Meteors.
Methyphobia – Fear of alcohol.
Microbiophobia – Fear of microbes.
Microphobia – Fear of small things.
Misophobia – Fear of being contaminated with dirt or germs.
Mnemophobia – Fear of memories.
Molysmophobia – Fear of dirt or contamination.
Molysomophobia – Fear of dirt or contamination.
Monopathophobia – Fear of difinite disease.
Monophobia – Fear of solitude or being alone.
Monophobia – Fear of menstruation.
Motorphobia – Fear of automobiles.
Mottophobia – Fear of moths.
Murophobia – Fear of mice.
Musophobia – Fear of mice.
Mycophobia – Fear or aversion to mushrooms.
Mycrophobia – Fear of small things.
Myctophobia – Fear of darkness.
Myrmecophobia – Fear of ants.
Mysophobia – Fear of germs or contamination or dirt.
Mythophobia – Fear of myths or stories or false statements.
Myxophobia – Fear of slime.

Namatophobia – Fear of names.
Nebulaphobia – Fear of fog.
Necrophobia – Fear of death or or dead things.
Nelophobia – Fear of glass.
Neopharmaphobia – Fear of new drugs.
Neophobia – Fear of anything new.
Nephophobia – Fear of clouds.
Noctiphobia – Fear of the night.
Nosemaphobia – Fear of becoming ill.
Nosocomephobia – Fear of hospitals.
Nosophobia – Fear of becoming ill.
Nostophobia – Fear of returning home.
Novercaphobia – Fear of your step-mother.
Nucleomituphobia – Fear of nuclear weapons.
Nudophobia – Fear of nudity.
Numerophobia – Fear of numbers.
Nyctohlophobia – Fear of dark wooded areas, of forest at night.
Nyctophobia – Fear of the dark or of the night.

Obesophobia – Fear of gaining weight.
Ochlophobia – Fear of crowds or mobs.
Ochophobia – Fear of vehicles.
Octophobia – Fear of the figure 8.
Odontophobia – Fear of teeth or dental surgery.
Odynephobia – Fear of pain.
Odynophobia – Fear of pain.
Oenophobia – Fear of wines.
Oikophobia – Fear of home surroundings, house.
Oikophobia – Fear of houses or being in a house.
Oikophobia – Fear of home surroundings.
Olfactophobia – Fear of smells.
Ombrophobia – Fear of rain or being rained on.
Ommatophobia – Fear of eyes.
Ommetaphobia – Fear of eyes.
Oneirogmophobia – Fear of wet dreams.
Oneirophobia – Fear of dreams.
Onomatophobia – Fear of hearing a certain word or names.
Ophidiophobia – Fear of snakes.
Opthalmophobia – Fear of being stared at.
Optophobia – Fear of opening one’s eyes.
Ornithophobia – Fear of birds.
Orthophobia – Fear of property.
Osmophobia – Fear of smells or odors.
Osphesiophobia – Fear of smells or odors.
Ostraconophobia – Fear of shellfish.
Ouranophobia – Fear of heaven.

Pagophobia – Fear of ice or frost.
Panophobia – Fear of everything.
Panthophobia – Fear of suffering and disease.
Pantophobia – Fear of everything.
Papaphobia – Fear of the Pope.
Papyrophobia – Fear of paper.
Paralipophobia – Fear of neglecting duty or responsibility.
Paraphobia – Fear of sexual perversion.
Parasitophobia – Fear of parasites.
Paraskavedekatriaphobia – Fear of Friday the 13th.
Parthenophobia – Fear of virgins or young girls.
Parturiphobia – Fear of childbirth.
Pathophobia – Fear of disease.
Patroiophobia – Fear of heredity.
Peccatophobia – Fear of sinning.
Pediculophobia – Fear of lice.
Pediophobia – Fear of dolls.
Pedophobia – Fear of children.
Peladophobia – Fear of bald people.
Pellagrophobia – Fear of pellagra.
Peniaphobioa – Fear of poverty.
Pentheraphobia – Fear of mother-in-law.
Phagophobia – Fear of swallowing or eating or of being eaten.
Phalacrophobia – Fear of becoming bald.
Phallophobia – Fear of penis, esp erect.
Pharmacophobia – Fear of taking medicine.
Pharmacophobia – Fear of drugs.
Phasmophobia – Fear of ghost.
Phengophobia – Fear of daylight or sunshine.
Philemaphobia – Fear of kissing.
Philematophobia – Fear of kissing.
Philophobia – Fear of falling in love or being in love.
Philosophobia – Fear of philosophy.
Phobophobia – Fear of phobias.
Phonophobia – Fear of noises or voices or one’s own voice; of telephones.
Photoaugliaphobia – Fear of glaring lights.
Photophobia – Fear of light.
Phronemophobia – Fear of thinking.
Phthiriophobia – Fear of lice.
Phthisiophobia – Fear of tuberculosis.
Placophobia – Fear of tombstones.
Plutophobia – Fear of wealth.
Pluviophobia – Fear of rain or of being rained on.
Pneumatiphobia – Fear of spirits.
Pnigerophobia – Fear of choking or of being smothered.
Pnigophobia – Fear of choking or of being smothered.
Pocrescophobia – Fear of gaining weight.
Pocresophobia – Fear of gaining weight.
Pogonophobia – Fear of beards.
Poinephobia – Fear of punishment.
Poliosophobia – Fear of contracting poliomyelitis.
Politicophobia – Fear or abnormal dislike of politicians.
Polyphobia – Fear of many things.
Ponophobia – Fear of overworking or of pain.
Porphyrophobia – Fear of the color purple.
Potamophobia – Fear of rivers or running water.
Potophobia – Fear of alcohol.
Proctophobia – Fear or rectum.
Prosophobia – Fear of progress.
Psellismophobia – Fear of stuttering.
Psychophobia – Fear of mind.
Psychrophobia – Fear of cold.
Pteromerhanophobia – Fear of flying.
Pteronophobia – Fear of being tickled by feathers.
Pupaphobia – Fear of puppets.
Pyrexiophobia – Fear of fever.
Pyrophobia – Fear of fire.

Radiophobia – Fear of radiation, x-rays.
Ranidaphobia – Fear of frogs.
Rectophobia – Fear of rectum or rectal diseases.
Rhabdophobia – Fear of being severely punished or beaten by a rod, or of being severely criticized. Also fear of magic (wand).
Rhypophobia – Fear of defecation.
Rhytiphobia – Fear of getting wrinkles.
Rupophobia – Fear of dirt.
Russophobia – Fear of Russians.

Samhainophobia – Fear of Halloween.
Sarmassophobia – Fear of love play.
Sarmassophobia – Fear of love play.
Satanophobia – Fear of Satin.
Scabiophobia – Fear of scabies.
Scatophobia – Fear of fecal matter.
Scelerophobia – Fear of bad men, burglars.
Sciaphobia – Fear of shadows.
Sciophobia – Fear of shadows.
Scoionophobia – Fear of school.
Scoleciphobia – Fear of worms.
Scopophobia – Fear of being seen or stared at.
Scoptophobia – Fear of being seen or stared at.
Scotomaphobia – Fear of blindness in visual field.
Scotophobia – Fear of darkness.
Scriptophobia – Fear of writing in public.
Selaphobia – Fear of light flashes.
Selenophobia – Fear of the moon.
Seplophobia – Fear of decaying matter.
Sesquipedalophobia – Fear of long words.
Sexophobia – Fear of the opposite sex.
Siderophobia – Fear of stars.
Sinistrophobia – Fear of things to the left, left-handed.
Sinophobia – Fear of Chinese, Chinese culture.
Sitiophobia – Fear of food.
Sitiophobia – Fear of food or eating.
Sitophobia – Fear of food or eating.
Sitophobia – Fear of food.
Snakephobia – Fear of snakes.
Soceraphobia – Fear of parents-in-law.
Social Phobia – Fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations.
Sociophobia – Fear of society or people in general.
Somniphobia – Fear of sleep.
Sophophobia – Fear of learning.
Soteriophobia – Fear of dependence on others.
Spacephobia – Fear of outer space.
Spectrophobia – Fear of specters or ghosts.
Spermatophobia – Fear of germs.
Spermophobia – Fear of germs.
Spheksophobia – Fear of wasps.
Stasibasiphobia – Fear fo standing or walking.
Stasiphobia – Fear of standing or walking.
Staurophobia – Fear of crosses or the crucifix.
Stenophobia – Fear of narrow things or places.
Stigiophobia – Fear of hell.
Stygiophobia – Fear of hell.
Suriphobia – Fear of mice.
Symbolophobia – Fear of symbolism.
Symmetrophobia – Fear of symmetry.
Syngenesophobia – Fear of relatives.
Syphilophobia – Fear of syphilis.

Tachophobia – Fear of speed.
Taeniophobia – Fear of tapeworms.
Teniophobia – Fear of tapeworms.
Taphephobia – Fear of being buried alive or of cemeteries.
Taphophobia – Fear of being buried alive or of cemeteries.
Tapinophobia – Fear of being contagious.
Taurophobia – Fear of bulls.
Technophobia – Fear of technology.
Teleophobia – Fear fo difinite plans. Fear of Religious ceremony.
Telephonophobia – Fear of telephones.
Teratophobia – Fear of bearing a deformed child or fear of monsters or deformed people.
Testaphobia – Fear of taking test.
Tetanophobia – Fear of lockjaw, tetnus.
Teutophobia – Fear of German or German things.
Textophobia – Fear of certain fabrics.
Thaasophobia – Fear of sitting.
Thalassophobia – Fear of the sea.
Thanatophobia – Fear of death or dying.
Thantophobia – Fear of death or dying.
Theatrophobia – Fear of theaters.
Theophobia – Fear of gods or religion.
Theologicophobia – Fear of theology.
Thermophobia – Fear of heat.
Tocophobia – Fear of pregnancy or childbirth.
Tomophobia – Fear of surgical operations.
Tonitrophobia – Fear of thunder.
Topophobia – Fear of certain places or situations, such as stage fright.
Toxiphobia – Fear of poison or of being accidently poisoned.
Toxophobia – Fear of poison or of being accidently poisoned.
Toxicophobia – Fear of poison or of being accidently poisoned.
Traumatophobia – Fear of injury.
Tremophobia – Fear of trembling.
Trichinophobia – Fear of trichinosis.
Trichopathophobia – Fear of hair.
Trichophobia – Fear of hair.
Triskaidekaphobia – Fear of the number 13.
Tropophobia – Fear of moving or making changes.
Trypanophobia – Fear of injections.
Tuberculophobia – Fear of tuberculosis.
Tyrannophobia – Fear of tyrants.

Uranophobia – Fear of heaven.
Urophobia – Fear of urine or urinating.

Vaccinophobia – Fear of vaccination.
Venustraphobia – Fear of beautiful women.
Verbophobia – Fear of words.
Verminophobia – Fear of germs.
Vestiphobia – Fear of clothing.
Virginitiphobia – Fear of rape.
Vitricophobia – Fear of step-father.

Walloonphobia – Fear of Walloons.
Wiccaphobia – Fear of witches and witchcraft.

Xanthophobia – Fear of the color yellow or the word yellow.
Xenophobia – Fear of strangers or foreigners.
Xerophobia – Fear of dryness.
Xylophobia – Fear of wooden objects. Forests.

Zelophobia – Fear of jealousy.
Zeusophobia – Fear of God or gods.
Zemmiphobia – Fear of the great mole rat.
Zoophobia – Fear of animals.

November 29, 2012, 10:33 am
Filed under: Daily Life

Exams is around the corner and it is freaking me out. There is so much to remember and so much going on this week. Tonight is the School’s Christmas Concert and for the last few days there are rehearsals and practices. After these practices, I would have to go to the gym! By the time I am back from gym, it was about 9pm. The amount of time left to study is extremely limited!

Anyway, wish me all the best for my exams and I hope that tonight’s concert goes well! 🙂

By the way, MIXPOD IS DOWN! 😦 Apparently it is shutting down. Goodbye dear online embed playlist services. Most blogs aaround the world are proud of you. Thank you for serving for my blogger blog for 5 years and my new wordpress blog for the short 2 weeks. 😥

Update: What is Love? Again.
November 27, 2012, 3:25 pm
Filed under: Articles

I am currently 20 now. If you are wondering why I had written the previous post, it was for a dear friend of mine who was very confused. I had written that when I was 17, and I thought it might help her. Do click here if you have not seen the article.

Current Perspective.

Things get complicated. We grow and age and start to understand the other factors that is attached to your emotions. There is slowly a clear distinction in the emotions that you feel. I believe that everyone has some sort of AURA around them. It kind of attracts people together on the very first time they have pass each other. This apply to friends. It kind of determines what kind of friends we attract. If you realise, all your friends have some sort of  traits or personality.
It works like a magnet. Strong forces attract strongly, and weak forces have very little links.

So what exactly is Aura?

According to Wikipedia:
In parapsychology and many forms of spiritual practice, an aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation surrounding a person or object (like the halo or aureola in religious art). The depiction of such an aura often connotes a person of particular power or holiness. Sometimes, however, it is said that all living things (including humans) and all objects manifest such an aura.

Click here to read up more about Aura.

These are the various steps involved from knowing someone before feelings develop.

Step 1: You pass by each other. Strong connection between 2 parties. naturally or unexpectedly introduced.

Step 2: Acquaintance relationship established. It can stop here or move on to the next stage.

Step 3: Stronger bonds resulting in friendship formed. It can be a vague friendship or a really closed on.

Step 4: Aura increased. Unexpected feelings and attraction. You start to concentrate on small traits of the person that you have never really paid attention to.

Step 5: Confusion Stage. People start to question why they felt this way and wonder if it is the norm. Unstable Aura established. Person starts to express and show signs. Sometimes, you do not do anything, but you could feel that the other party knows. This is because of the strong aura that naturally impacts on the other person.

Step 6: Other party accepts or rejects. If the other party feels the same. Aura SORT OF bonds – in terms of acceptance. producing positive Aura from both parties and thus attracts. If rejected, strong negative Aura is implied on the person. You can feel that there is a negative energy implied on you and that the person is avoiding you.

Step 7: If rejected, process either stops in terms of love and returns to friendship, or overly strong aura results in friendship destroyed – they no longer speak to each other again. If accepted, feelings becomes stronger.

Step 8: This is where two person really looks into all the factors affecting a relationship. Aura will strengthen or weaken base on emotional attachments as well.

Step 9: Success or Failure? When 2 person has stabilize their connection of Aura, it is a special bond just between the 2 person. Thus, the strength of bond is really important and affects the rate of recovery if there were any disputes and etc.

Step 10: Lastly, this explain why some people can get along even after a long cold war and forgiven each other and also explain why people gets divorced.

Therefore, it is very unpredictable. It is really dependent on the building of relationship between 2 person.

So, I believe that most factors can be negotiable in a relationship and there must always be a give and take system to prevent conflicts or arguments.

So, that is my view now. Do let me know how you feel in the comments below and help to answer my poll!

SkyFall/ Bubbletea!
November 26, 2012, 10:46 am
Filed under: Movie

On Friday, I had bubbletea with Jessica, Dheena and Angie!I had Taro Milktea with Pearls and I’m craving for it now!

So if you are currently located in Brighton and would like some milktea, go there!

Saturday was a crazy day. Gymed from 12.30pm to about 2.
Then Jess and I went to catch Skyfall.


Skyfall is a typical bond movie. Not one of the best though. The action was quite mild compared to the other bond films and the plot is pretty typical. Nothing special. Even though M died, there was not much emotional appeal. I expected more.

So the plot goes like this:
Old spy revengeful – Very smart and planned everything – Bond trys to think of a way to out smart the old spy – M died – Old spy died – The End

I was expecting something more dramatic.

Well, its not too bad.


November 23, 2012, 9:51 am
Filed under: Daily Life

Body Aches. Went to gym and had a personal training. We did a lot of weights exercise. It was quite alright until the muscle relaxing exercise. I have never done such exercise before, therefore, you can expect all the painful aches from the muscle relaxing exercise.  This is exactly what I did:

Do try it.

Dear ladies, go to this website if you would like to do some crazy muscle relax exercises.

Kill Some Muscles!

November 22, 2012, 10:18 pm
Filed under: Articles

I use to have this belief. But I think it has since changed or expanded. Do take a look and see if you agree with me.
I might write a follow up again on how I think it is now.

From my previous blog:

14 September, 2009
What is love?


love :
1. A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person, such as that arising from kinship, recognition of attractive qualities, or a sense of underlying oneness.
2. A feeling of intense desire and attraction toward a person with whom one is disposed to make a pair; the emotion of sex and romance.
a) Sexual passion.
b) Sexual intercourse.
c) A love affair.
4. An intense emotional attachment, as for a pet or treasured object.
5. A person who is the object of deep or intense affection or attraction; beloved. Often used as a term of endearment.
6.An expression of one’s affection: Send him my love.
a) A strong predilection or enthusiasm: a love of language.
b) The object of such an enthusiasm: The outdoors is her greatest love.
8. Love Mythology Eros or Cupid.
9. Often Love Christianity Charity.
10.Sports A zero score in tennis.

loved, lov·ing, loves v. tr.
1. To have a deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward (a person): We love our parents. I love my friends.
2. To have a feeling of intense desire and attraction toward (a person).
3. To have an intense emotional attachment to: loves his house.
a) To embrace or caress.
b) To have sexual intercourse with.
6. To like or desire enthusiastically: loves swimming.
7. Theology To have charity for.
8. To thrive on; need: The cactus loves hot, dry air.


There are so many meanings to it. From here, I want to believe that everyone looks at love differently. After talking to MIA alliance about it and thinking, and analysing it for a long time. I am going to share how I look at it.

There are 5 types of people that looks at love their own way generally :

1) Me to All
These kind of people love everyone. Love to them is very general. Simple. They just love you because you exist. Nothing else in particular. This is called simple love.

2) One to One
This is mainly for couples, boy-girl relationships. This is where both parties are affectionate to each other. The way they express their love to one another is different compared to the way they express their love to others. From here, i agree with *MATRIX* that it may be simple AND complicated at the same time. Love is actually very simple, but it is the factors that make it complicated. Certain conflicts and arguments lead to whether this love is simple or complicated.

3) The Flirts
These kind of people are called bastards or bitches normally. However, it is another kind of love they are experiencing. Insted of giving love to others, they receive it. The so-called love they get, is from the satisfaction of being able to have or to take control of many people at one time. To them it is like a challenge. You see, they can go around saying “I love you” to anyone. Furthermore, they change their targets very quickly. Some people may fall for their traps, some are smart enough to escape. Think about the Lion. This lion is hungry and it needs to hunt for food. It sees a deer first! So naturally, it will go for the deer. If it succeeds, it will go look for other animals. But, if it fails, it looks for other animals, maybe its a weak baby zebra, or it may be a huge hippopotamus. It is obvious that hunting a hippo is alot more difficult to hunt compared to the baby zebra. You see the challenge here? That’s why. Love is nothing more than a challenge.

4) Lust
These people’s love is purely lust. Do you know why lust is still considered as a kind of love? This is because when one says that he/she is in love with the other, he would not be able to differentiate between lust or love. Thus, i still classify it as a portion of love. These people feel that being sexually related, would mean love. If you disagree on this fact. How many times have you heard of “If you love me, you will have sex with me” ? These people clearly need lust and NOT love ! Therefore, they do not know how to differentiate love and lust. So, Love is Lust to them, as simple as that.

5) Gays and Lesbians
Honestly speaking, I am not very sure about how they feel towards each other, because this is not common in our lives. To put it straight, this is a mixture and complication of feelings. After they feel the “Me to All” love, they take a greater step unknowingly, resulting in a mixture of “Me to you ” love and “One to One” love. Therefore, many people would say that their love is very complicated and unusual. After the mixture, they are unsure of these feelings. From this step, either they stop or they continue. Which means, if they realise that its wrong, they would take a step back. However, most lesbians and gays do not realise it. It happens when both sides of the party do not realise it. Resulting in Lesbians and Gays. This is also a kind of love.

This is how i classify love. They are simple yet complicated. Hope you guys see why it is now. Many also claim love is painful, love is blind , love is “emoness” . Why is that so?

1) Love is Painful

“Me to All”
Most of the time, when someone passes away, they feel painful. Therefore, this love is painful.

“One to One”
This is usually felt, not because that person leaves you, it’s because of the feeling of not being accompanied. For example, why are some people able to get over the relationship once another person steps into their life? Its because of the accompany they get, it replaces their feelings. Same for the memories. One’s memories would be blurred, if another one steps into their life. This love is painful to them.

“The Flirts”
Simple, they will feel that love is painful, because they loose the fight. The failure is their pain.

They are unable to get the lust they need time after time. That’s their pain.

“Lesbians and Gays”
I think they feel the pain because the relationship is unusual and not permitted in common society. They are often discrimminated by the society people causing their pain and discomfort. Therefore, this love is painful.

2) Love is blind 

Love IS blind, if you accept everything coming in your way, with regards to love. Which means you do not decide for yourself, and you let the other party decide for you. During that period, you will be unclear of what you are doing. That’s why love IS blind.

Love is also NOT blind. The other way round, you lead your own love life. You are aware of your surroundings, love would not be blind.

3) Love is emoness

Emo-ness is also called, being emotional.Your emotions and thoughts cause you to cry or hurt yourself. The way you see love and the way you solve the problem , will either lead you to emoness or not. If you look at it in a positive way, you would not feel that way. However, if you look at it in a negative way, it is emoness for you.

You can agree or disagree to it.


Well, I don’t think I feel 100% this way now. Just a point of view when I was young. Good to share I guess? 🙂 I believe life experiences changes one’s thinking and as we grow older, we tend to see things differently. 🙂