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    (Original post by heybaby)
    Mumsnet is exactly what it sounds like. Internet moms. :sexface:
    So the image of a small vagina opening doesn't scare you? I only ask because I'm trying to understand where your fear comes from and how far it stems.
    no the image of a small vagina opening doesn't scare me
    trypophobia has nothing to do with vaginas :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Chiefe)
    no the image of a small vagina opening doesn't scare me
    trypophobia has nothing to do with vaginas :facepalm:
    It's about the irregular pattern of small holes. Take an anus, then 2 inches above that a vagina then a few mm above that the urethra and you have multiple small holes in nonuniform pattern.
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    I have broken my nose on three occasions. Twice through playing rugby and the doctor had to break my nose the third time as it was very dislodged from the second time.
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    (Original post by heybaby)
    It's about the irregular pattern of small holes. Take an anus, then 2 inches above that a vagina then a few mm above that the urethra and you have multiple small holes in nonuniform pattern.
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    (Original post by Chiefe)
    you're troubled my friend
    I'm also very drunk lol
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      (Original post by Chiefe)
      it's alright, can you believe even therapy didn't help :lol: ohh and you like Dutch liquorice?
      I'm Dutch and when I lived in The Netherlands as a child my mother used to make them for us in Halloween
      ironically I can't stand them now ahahahaa
      I was born and brought up in Amsterdam it's really amazing x can't find liquorice like the Dutch one here sadly. ah well. Gonna try order some from somewhere.
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      (Original post by arfah)
      I was born and brought up in Amsterdam it's really amazing x can't find liquorice like the Dutch one here sadly. ah well. Gonna try order some from somewhere.
      Oh mijn hemel, Nederlanders!! There's a few sites that sell Dutch food and send it over but I just usually bring it over on the way back from NL, poedersuiker <3
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        (Original post by alexschmalex)
        Oh mijn hemel, Nederlanders!! There's a few sites that sell Dutch food and send it over but I just usually bring it over on the way back from NL, poedersuiker <3
        Please please please tell me the name of this site because I miss the food so much!
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        (Original post by Chiefe)
        yes yesss! that is it.. did it feel like it could grow on your skin at any moment?
        The interesting thing about trypophobia and how it works is that it reveals the part of human psychology where we try to relate to what we see. For example when you see someone with a papercut, you subconsciously imagine what that would feel like to empathise with the pain, same goes for any other injury.

        With trypophobia images, especially on the body, we try to imagine what it would feel like, but it looks so bizarre and our brains can't figure out what it's supposed to feel like so it panics and that's what gives us that "AAAAAAAAAAAAA" feeling
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        (Original post by Ruthless Dutchman)
        The interesting thing about trypophobia and how it works is that it reveals the part of human psychology where we try to relate to what we see. For example when you see someone with a papercut, you subconsciously imagine what that would feel like to empathise with the pain, same goes for any other injury.

        With trypophobia images, especially on the body, we try to imagine what it would feel like, but it looks so bizarre and our brains can't figure out what it's supposed to feel like so it panics and that's what gives us that "AAAAAAAAAAAAA" feeling
        yeah and for some strange reason I feel like I have to throw up, I guess people react differently on things idk it just scares the hell out of me
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        (Original post by Jamess8300)
        I have broken my nose on three occasions. Twice through playing rugby and the doctor had to break my nose the third time as it was very dislodged from the second time.
        sounds painful
        although the doctor breaking your nose sounds even more painful than breaking it through rugby
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        (Original post by prettyreckless13)
        sounds painful
        although the doctor breaking your nose sounds even more painful than breaking it through rugby
        The first two didn't really hurt at the initial break, soon after it caused a mild aching pain but thankfully nothing more. The third time (apart from when I went to hospital to get it checked and the doctor attempted to put it back into place without warning, which caused a fair amount of pain) I was put on anaesthetic so I didn't feel a thing whilst they repaired it .
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