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(Original post by AngryRedhead)
... it’s a fox dude, not a hungry school of barracudas or a shark. Swim with those animals and come back and tell if me if you’re still afraid of foxes 😂😂😂
do u live in london
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(Original post by Zain_Ahmed)
I will end up being afraid of both.. Possibly a phobia of sharks tho... That is, If i am even alive afterwards...
Sharks aren’t dangerous; I tried to chum them in Italy to swim with them by putting a kilo of blood in the water 😂😂
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do u live in london
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exactly. all i needed to know, thanks
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wtf if I saw a fox near me while I was walking home at night I'd pass out
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(Original post by Aaryra)
wtf if I saw a fox near me while I was walking home at night I'd pass out
I saw 7!!!!!!!!! i was going to have a heart attack smh. never walking home at 3am again
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Have you swam with barracudas though? I would highly recommend it to cure your irrational fear of foxes. In the north up here if a fox is causing problems we just pop out the old shotgun 😂
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(Original post by NoTearsLeftToCry)
I saw 7!!!!!!!!! i was going to have a heart attack smh. never walking home at 3am again
Wait what 7?!?
Nah man you must be BRAVE
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(Original post by AngryRedhead)
Have you swam with barracudas though? I would highly recommend it to cure your irrational fear of foxes. In the north up here if a fox is causing problems we just pop out the old shotgun 😂
I forgot how to swim.
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(Original post by Aaryra)
Wait what 7?!?
Nah man you must be BRAVE
not at the same time but yes 7
ik but i was talking to myself out loud all the way home (40 min walk) so ppl would think i’m kind of mental and wouldn’t kidnap me so that was one less one less problem!
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(Original post by NoTearsLeftToCry)
I forgot how to swim.
Pity
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They are primarily nocturnal, so that's why you see them that late.

We have loads round here, they're cool
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They are primarily nocturnal, so that's why you see them that late.

We have loads round here, they're cool
where’s “here”? hell?
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(Original post by NoTearsLeftToCry)
i just finished work at 3am and on my way home, i’m pretty sure i’ve seen approximately 7 foxes. why are they out and about at this time? i literally had to run because i’m so terrified of them. the first one i saw stopped to stare at me for a good 3 minutes. pretty sure it either has a crush on me or is a jinn disguised as a fox. both equally as terrifying. i do remember reading an article of a fox that came inside a home and ate a baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!! why are london foxes so aggressive?? and why do they walk so slowly clearing trying to terrify me ...? also when i finally saw someone of the same species, they were walking so fast away from me and i needed someone sorry

It's fairly common to see foxes around that time in London.

Sometimes when coming back from a night out I see them. Once one started barking at me in an intimidating manor. I've never been outright attacked or had any of them properly go for me, but i'm ngl .... i don't like seeing them. especially if they're multiple
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not at the same time but yes 7
ik but i was talking to myself out loud all the way home (40 min walk) so ppl would think i’m kind of mental and wouldn’t kidnap me so that was one less one less problem!

I did a 40 minute walk home on night and saw 4/5

I don't usually have to walk that far though...
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It's fairly common to see foxes around that time in London.

Sometimes when coming back from a night out I see them. Once one started barking at me in an intimidating manor. I've never been outright attacked or had any of them properly go for me, but i'm ngl .... i don't like seeing them. especially if they're multiple
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Yes.

Not as powerful as your standard dogs bark, but it definately was barking at me
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Yes.

Not as powerful as your standard dogs bark, but it definately was barking at me
Jesus Christ on a stick.
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I ain’t gonna lie the whole ‘jinn disguised as a fox’ bit god me creasing. However not to much because that is a possibility. And when I was younger 6ish I saw a fox in my garden (I lived next to a park so probably explains why) I stared at it through the window and it stared back at me. So I decided it’d be a good idea to open the door and call it in like ud call a cat. All I can say my mum whooped me when she saw me doing it.
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I ain’t gonna lie the whole ‘jinn disguised as a fox’ bit god me creasing. However not to much because that is a possibility. And when I was younger 6ish I saw a fox in my garden (I lived next to a park so probably explains why) I stared at it through the window and it stared back at me. So I decided it’d be a good idea to open the door and call it in like ud call a cat. All I can say my mum whooped me when she saw me doing it.
😂😂 it’s true though. why would you take that chance mayne ? i used to cry even if there was an ant near me. good i’m happy she whooped u
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