When I was pregnant with my first child, my hsuband forbade me to put any clowns in his room.
He thought that they were creepy.
I didn't get it at the time. Now, I understand. I don't like clowns myself. At all.
When I was a kid, I thought that if I walked too close to the sewer drains, I'd fall down them. I had a plan in my head for how I'd alert people to my "under their feet" presence.
Yes. I read "It" by Stephen King. I still can't be in the shower if the water is not running. I have to get out right!away!
I remembered this when I went for a walk today and ended up sliding over towards the drain to get away from a too fast car.
I used to worry about getting my foot stuck in an escalator. And then, one day, I did.
What are your truly irrational fears - the ones that you know *probably* won't happen, but still might, and so you keep them in the back of your mind?