Nobody is afraid of nothing, whoever says that is a person I insist you leave out of your life. I'm guilty of saying that, but I've since realised that that's not the case. Sure, I don't have any one specific phobia, but phobias aren't the epiphany of fear. They're a part of it, but there's so much more to fear than being afraid. Fear dwells inside of us, becoming active when the mood calls for it. It explodes from within our loins, spraying over all that surround us. Okay, maybe I'm getting a little too weird now. I'll tone it down a notch. Fear is a living life form that's present in all of us and when exposed to great amounts of horror, it requires a coping mechanism.
I was initially going to ask a question here, probably something to do with what your way of coping with fear is. No matter how many questions I ask, none of you respond. I don't mind really. I'll continue to try, but I don't really mind. I can see my stats, I know how many of you read my stuff and an answer isn't going to change that. I'm sorry, I'm getting off topic again. I do that a lot. Anyway, instead of asking my unintentionally rhetorical question, why don't you all just tell me tomorrow via Twitter. In fact, why don't you do it at 6pm Australian Time while we're all simultaneously watching The Shining and talking about it using #ScaryMovieMonthAtDCM! Yeah, that sounds like fun. Let's do that. Be there or be... not there (?).