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– No matter what, don’t freak out. – Fuck you. – Go ahead. – Yo, aye. – It’s okay, he’s looking
to see where he can walk. Okay, hold on, I’ll connect,
I’ll connect, I’ll connect. – My name is Parker. – I’m Crystal. – Cid, is my name. – What am I afraid of? – I’m pretty scared of heights. – (laughs) Do I have any phobias? Not that I’m aware of, no. – Oh, do I have to experience it. – What if I have one of the phobias. – Do I get like a list? – Oh. – They look fearless, hi. – [Group] Hi. (Crystal roars and laughs) (honking) – So crazy. (honking) – Clowns. – Okay, come on up. Squeeze his nose, like,
“Oh, you’re so cute.” – Ah. – Oh, I’m sorry. – No, she doesn’t. – And then come on up. Come on, you gotta honk the… And the nose. Okay, you’re a little scared. Wait, would you put… – No. (Crystal laughs) – Just be his friend. He’d probably make a balloon (mumbles). – Touch his what? – Touch the nose. Touch the fro, touch the nose. (Group laughs) – So, when did you realize
you’re afraid of clowns? – It was around the age of seven, I watched the movie IT. My aunt actually forced me
to watch the movie with her. Circus’s, mm, haunted houses, mm. – What was your physical
reaction to the clown being here? – Well, I’m already like
shaking thinking ’bout it again. I’m sweaty, my heart’s beating
so fast, like I cannot. – How bad is it affecting your life? – Clowns aren’t just walking around the world as often anymore. – Oh yeah they are, trust me, there’s a bunch of clowns out there. (group laughs) – I mean you’re not that scary. – There we go, I think I
just cured the first one. First patient, right here, cured. – Cotton balls – I’ve heard of people being grossed out by the sound of cotton rubbing, but I didn’t realize there was a phobia. – Throw it at them. Every one of them, one by one. If I just like… See, like, they’re not,
you know, no ones… Is this even real, oh. How’s it goin’? – Been better. – Been better, this is freaking you out. May I ask, why? – I don’t know, if I
touch it my teeth hurt. – Whoa. – Yeah. – Have you, like, gone
to the doctors about this or talked to anybody about this? – No. – Do you wanna live with this? – I find ways around it so, I don’t really care at this point. – So you’re an individual that avoids obstacles instead of going through them? – When it comes to cotton, yeah. – It’s just cotton balls,
I mean look at this thing. Put it on my head, ’cause I
was sweating a little bit. You know what I mean? Do they talk to you? (Woman laughs) Doesn’t do anything, it doesn’t attack you, doesn’t hurt you. – Yeah, it does, it does, it
hurts me, it hurts my teeth. – Okay, I’m sorry. (group laughs) The whole goal today is to
cure everybody of their phobia. – I think phobias can
be cured, absolutely. – Aw, hi baby. It’s okay, oh. I’m sorry, it’s okay. I’m sorry, okay, I’m sorry. – Everyone’s gonna pet him. Come forward. Look at that see, next. He’s scared too. – That’s good. (group laughs) – How about we just have her hold it. – No, don’t. – There it is, come forward. – Why are you afraid of bunnies? – I had an experience when I was seven years old and I was just petting it and it started to hump my arm. I don’t like that, I don’t like being humped by anything I just meet. – But it didn’t bite you or anything. – No, but like I would never let it get close enough to bite me. – Okay. – Oh my god. – Here you go buddy. – No. – Look how cute he is. – Do you think you can hold the bunny? – I will sit down and try. – Okay, yep, see he’s
just trying to stabilize. – I know, I’m trying to stabilize him. (group claps) – Thank you. (gagging) – Ew. (woman retching) – Oh, that’s so fucking disgusting. – Vomit. I couldn’t tell who was scared. Hi. – What’s up. – Wanna smell that? – Yeah.
– Good, bueno. Hi.
– Hi. – Oh, ding, ding, ding. – So, you’re afraid to look
at it, smell it, what is it? – Anything to do with… – The sound? – Mm-hmm. – What? – Do you have any physical reactions? – Well right now I’m shaking. – Oh yeah, you are. – Just from that, sometimes
I’ll start crying. I’ll like hyperventilate. – It’s not doing anything,
it’s just chilling. (group laughs) It’s there. What do you think the
vomit’s gonna do to you? – It just makes me feel gross. – (laughs) Okay. – Do you want to overcome this phobia? – At some point. – Well, there’s no better time than now. And we’ve got a bucket
of puke, right here. Would you touch it? – No, no, no. – You don’t even have to look. Would you put your hand in the bucket, but not touch anything? – No, thank you though. – Yeah. – Fear of ladders? – I think someone’s afraid of going up it. – How far? – Yeah, I think you’re good. Go up the ladder, don’t
worry I’ll hold it. You’re kind of scared,
are you scared of heights? (group laughs) – Everyone has to touch
that ventilation system. Don’t look down, (mumbles). – Oh my god. – Look at that. – Oh my. – See you touch it. – I’m gonna cry. – Look at the beam. – [Woman] You’re so close. – Just reach for it. You’re right there, you’re so close. – Yay. (group claps) – When did you find out about this phobia? – I was like 13 or 14 on a family trip driving in Yosemite Park. I fell asleep on the window and I guess we were driving on the side of the cliff or whatever, and I’m like I woke up
and I just see all the way straight down and I started bawling. – I could see how that’s traumatic. – (speaks in foreign language) (production crew laughs) I got nuts. – It seems like it’s all washed, so I’m gonna have
everyone just take a bite. – Everyone have some nuts. – Ah. – Oh. – You gotta chew. – You gotta chew, chew, chew. – All the nuts, in your
mouth, ah, all the nuts. – No, you gotta bite. You gotta bite, you can do it. – I think it’s you, ’cause you’re the most reluctant to eat the apple. – Your phobia. – Yes. – It’s not nuts. – Nope. – It’s your teeth. – Yep, I’m afraid of them falling out. – You’re afraid of your teeth falling out, because they might get you. – Uh-huh. – Why are you afraid of
your teeth falling out? – My mom told me that her orthodontist tightened her braces way to tight, so her front tooth like
filled up with blood and they had to remove and all that. So, that was just like a huge fear of me. – I don’t think that’s that hard. I think you can overcome that. – I think it’s pretty hard. I usually just crack it in half. – Yeah, but crack in half with your teeth. Do you not drink enough milk? – I don’t like milk. – Start drinking milk. – I will. (laughs) Thank you. – Next. – Bro. (group laughs) – Bro, oh, (laughs). Okay, I think we found my phobia. – How many people are scared of spiders? Wow. I don’t have a fear of spiders. – (mumbles). – (laughs) Alright, man. I’ll keep this way over here. – So you won’t even go closer? – Nah, I’m good, I’m good. – What if it was like on the outside? – I don’t care. – No? What if I blocked it? – I don’t care. (Crystal laughs) – So, what’s up with spiders man? – Alright, so, little ten year old me trying to get some food
in the back in the garden a whole bunch of spiders fell on me. – How many? – Thousand of those. – Thousands of these? – Thousands of those fell on my body. – How did you get them off? – I passed out. (group laughs) – When you run into spiderwebs when you’re walking around, how
freaked out do you get? – Shit, I’ll start passing out. – Dang. – God damn. – Want to try it (mumbles)? Put your hand out flat, no
matter what don’t freak out. – Fuck you. – Go ahead. – Yo, aye. – It’s okay, he’s just looking. He’s looking to see where he can walk. Okay, hold on, I’ll connect,
I’ll connect, I’ll connect. Alright, we’ll do it again. Alright, hold on. Here we go. How did it feel for the
spider to crawl on you? – No shit, it felt like
the devil just touched me. (group laughs) – Be proud of yourself man. Be proud, seriously. (group claps) – It was fun, but obviously no one else had good time, ’cause it was their fear. – Definitely found out I’m more afraid of spiders then I thought. – I think I’m all of the above. You guys can overcome this stuff and if you don’t have the
right support network, I’ll come hang out with you
guys and do this all day. (group laughs) (group claps) – That’s awesome.

Michael Martin

100 Responses

  1. my phobia relates to storms and bad weather (lilapsophobia or astraphobia) and I had the absolute worst panic attack when I had to run through it in a large open field to get indoors…I never'd ran so fast up a hill before 🙂

  2. I thought for the longest time that I was the only one with the fear of throw up and throwing up. I didn't even know that was a phobia or a thing.

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  3. Omg me and my bro r TERRIFIED of spiders WE HATE THEM SO FREAKING MUCH WE WILL RUN AS FAST AS A CHEETAH TO GET AWAY FROM THAT SPIDER!!!

  4. The guy in the room that was scared of spiders I was like almost everyone in the room is scared of the spider

  5. i have achluophobia fear of darkness i just so scared of it i feel like all the devils are in it. it's just freaking me out

  6. I have fear of vomit too and my family and my friends thinks its weird and i didn’t know that there’s someone like me I was think that i’m the only one , so now i feel better when I saw i’m not the only one .

  7. Dude I started freaking out when the girl started vomiting. I have emitophobia as well. Like it was real vomit! Without warning! They should have warned us that was gonna happen….

  8. I discovered my fear of vomit when I was like 9 because I was at an arcade when I was really young and a few days before, both of my brothers got the stomach flu, so I ended up getting it too.

    When I was there, I just remember having a terrible stomachache, and then I told my mom I was going to vomit. I had to sprint to the bathroom and (this part is kind of gross) I threw up and some even came out of my nose.

    I threw up like 14 times that night, and it was miserable. Ever since, I’ve been terrified of vomiting (seeing it, doing it, being around someone who did it).

    Luckily, I haven’t thrown up in like 5 years (fingers crossed) so…

    I’ve had to witness so many people throw up, and every time it happens I literally panic.

  9. I get that the guy in the grey is just trying to help, but I have the WORST fear of slugs.. literally, JUST slugs. I’m not jumpy with any other bug or insect. I hate when people learn about it because most people want to aggravate me about it or they just think I’m being dramatic, which really isn’t the case. I go out of my way to avoid anybody that don’t know about it figuring out because they act like the guy in the grey. I’ve actually begged someone not to put a slug on me and they did it anyway just to see my reaction, which was a panic attack and a lot of crying. Trust me, I know my fear of slugs is BEYOND irrational & that a slug won’t hurt me, but some things you can’t just “get over”.

  10. The vomiting one is me. I would run as soon as they started making those puking noises. Fuck that shit. Nope I'm out. I cant even watch it on the video.

  11. I have a fear of people talking about their surgery's or bad hospital experiences. I've actually passed out from it at work because a coworker was telling me about her awful papsmear experience…

  12. If i would one of the 7 they would even know who is the real one with phobia cuz i have 4 phobias out of these 7

  13. The vomit thing is just fucking disgusting. Of course I’m going to look away and be grossed out, it doesn’t even have to be a phobia.

  14. I kinda have 2 phobias idk if they are phobias tho. 1. being grossed out if u made a contact with gross looking thingy like eaten bread or something and i would like throw up but dont actually throw up 2. is from blood wounds from other people. im not grossed up by mine but i would throw up to other peoples blood wounds

  15. I personally think the guy in the grey shirt had good intentions and was genuinely trying to help. Like maybe to him, he really thought he wasn’t doing anything wrong

  16. The guy in the grey was kinda an asshole the whole time, laughing at people’s phobias being like “it can’t hurt you,” “it’s not alive”

  17. bruh the girl who has a fear of vomit that is my fear if I see it hear it anything I freak out have a panic attack crying i will not stop

  18. I think emetophobia is contagious ..

    Friends: DRINK DRINK DRINK DRINK !!!!EAT EAT EATTTTT!

    Me: umm ..bhhh* ..I have ..bhhhrghh*…emetophobia…BRGRHHHHGHHHHGAAAHH

    Friends:…I think its contagious ..BRGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH

  19. wow. now i know i have "Emetophobia" i always new i was scared at the sight or sounds of throw up but now i actually know the correct term.

  20. I actually would want the guy in the gray to help me get over my fear. I was deathly afraid of heights. Like standing on a 5 foot ladder scared the shit out of me. Now at my job I actually climb up, and ride machinery 20+ feet in the air. Still scared, but nowhere where it use to be. Slowly “facing your fear” can work and is working for me.

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