My first one is a cracker, and yes I know it is absurd. Whenever I am in the car (and I do love driving), I worry that the bottom will fall out and my feet will touch the ground. I actually confessed this to my driving teacher, who luckily was a very understanding and chilled guy. To put my mind at ease he asked me how many times had I heard of stories where a car will just fall a part? And all I could do was to reply the word never. The thought still hasn't left me though, because there is a first for everything.
Snog, Marry, Avoid:
However much I try, I cannot stop being scared of the tip I received from a "contestant" on Snog, Marry, Avoid a couple of weeks ago. "Hairspray on finger, dip it in glitter, apply on eye lid, more hairspray on finger, re-apply. Done!"
I really don't like them! They are just so small and there are so many of them. Mike surprised me with setting up an ant-trap in our kitchen as a when some ants started to love our warm kitchen bench due to the cold summer we had in Sydney this year.
In my hometown we have a beautiful bridge across the world's biggest malstream called Saltstraumen. Whenever we drive across the bridge I fear that it will split in half. The Saltstraumen Bridge is only 768 metres long but it feels much longer when you are on it.
I have more irrational fears but these are the first ones that spring to mind.
I would love to know yours, and I promise no judging xx