There are many scary things in the world, but what scares you the most? Are you afraid of the dark and are too ashamed to admit it? Do clowns, spiders, or other creepy things scare you? Or do your fears revolve around something even scarier than that?! Take this quiz to find out.
Do you get anxious when in large groups of people?
Yes, most of the time
Yes, but only if I don't know the people in the crowd
No, I am comfortable in crowds
You hear a noise in the dark. What do you think it is?
Probably just the wind
Someone else who lives in my house is making the noise
It could be anything! Like a ghost or something worse!
You find a spider in the shower. What do you do?
Ignore it. It's not hurting me.
I kill it
I have someone else kill it
Have you ever been on an airplane?
Yes, it was okay
Yes, but it was scary
No, but I wouldn't mind going on one
No, but I am too afraid to go on one
What would you most afriad of? Zombies or ghosts?
Neither, I'd be most afraid of dying
Neither, I'd be brave enough to face either or both
Someone bumps into you. What do you do?
I yell at them
I let it slide
I check my pockets to make sure they didn't pickpocket me
You are most terrified of the dark, or maybe you are terrified of what might be waiting for you in the dark. The best remedy for this is a nightlight or a flashlight. Just hope that the batteries don't die at the worst possible moment!
There is nothing that terrifies you more than creepy crawely bugs. They come in all shapes and sizes and they seem to be everywhere. From huge spiders, to stinging hornets, and even sometimes a buzzing fly or pinching ant can scare you. Sometimes you can even feel them iching when they are not anywhere near you...
You are most terrified of heights. It doesn't matter if you are inside of a tall building, on top of a large hill, or on an airplane. Heights are scaary. You could fall at any moment...even though you probably won't. Try to hold someone's hand when you are in these scary places, or just hope that you don't get pushed.
Is anything really scarier than death itself. No one really knows what comes after death, or if anything comes after it at all? It is only natural to be afraid od death. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. All you can do to put this off is to live as healthy and safe of a life as possible.
Your parents probably told you not to talk to strangers when you were younger, and that must have carried on into your adult life if you got this result. Strangers can be scary. You never know what they will think of the first impression of you. Can you trust them? Should you even talk to them? Who knows? All you can do is avoid the scary ones and make friends with the nice ones.