The Crazy Circle.

irina-norton: 1888 Thomas Francis Dicksee (English;1819-95) ~ Amy Robsart

irina-norton: 1888 Thomas Francis Dicksee (English;1819-95) ~ Amy Robsart

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hoodoothatvoodoo: 1916 A. Nemecek “The Pigeons of Luxembourg" [for La Vie Parisienne]

hoodoothatvoodoo: 1916 A. Nemecek “The Pigeons of Luxembourg" [for La Vie Parisienne]

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jaws-and-claws: Black Swan by Old-Man-George on Flickr
I will forever miss my sweet Homer.

I will forever miss my sweet Homer.

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"Art exists because life is not enough."

— Ferreira Gullar (Brazilian poet, playwright, essayist, art critic, and television writer; 1930) via tierradentro

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fairy-wren: Torrent Duck Family Portrait by Jeff Dyck

fairy-wrenTorrent Duck Family Portrait by Jeff Dyck

dissects: Iceland August 2008 by Sylvia Okkerse on Flickr
srsfunny: Have Some Feels http://srsfunny.tumblr.com/
lovebernadetteblr:

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

What’s up doc?? by Oliver Colle on Fivehundredpx


Ce matin 1 lapin a vu un chasseur…et en a fait son repas avec de la salade!

lovebernadetteblr:

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

What’s up doc?? by Oliver Colle on Fivehundredpx

Ce matin 1 lapin a vu un chasseur…et en a fait son repas avec de la salade!

themagicfarawayttree: Antarctica, here’s a beautiful and rare full view of the seventh continent as seen from space.

themagicfarawayttree: Antarctica, here’s a beautiful and rare full view of the seventh continent as seen from space.

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renataowen: Happy!

"You make me feel so young,

You make me feel like spring has sprung.

Every time I see you grin 

I am such a happy individual.”

1946 ‘You Make Me Feel So Young’; Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon
redwingjohnny:
Click for FREE to feed Rescued Animals in need!
click on the purple box titled, ‘Click Here to Give - it’s FREE!’. Every click gives about .6 bowls of food to sheltered dogs. You can also click daily!
Keep in mind that this does not cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for advertising
World Wide · http://www.TheAnimalRescueSite.com    <~~~PLEASE click this link each and every day :) It will make you feel so good!
*the old post I had been using for this was taken down for photo copyright violation so I had to come up with a new one. ……the link is the same. click it then click the purple box :)

redwingjohnny:

Click for FREE to feed Rescued Animals in need!

click on the purple box titled, ‘Click Here to Give - it’s FREE!’. Every click gives about .6 bowls of food to sheltered dogs. You can also click daily!

Keep in mind that this does not cost you a thing. Their corporate sponsors/advertisers use the number of daily visits to donate food to abandoned/neglected animals in exchange for advertising

World Wide · http://www.TheAnimalRescueSite.com    <~~~PLEASE click this link each and every day :) It will make you feel so good!

*the old post I had been using for this was taken down for photo copyright violation so I had to come up with a new one. ……the link is the same. click it then click the purple box :)

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"

the phobia list
a
ablutophobia — washing, bathing, or cleaning
acarophobia — itching or the insects that cause itching
acerophobia — sourness or things that are sour
achluophobia — darkness or the dark
acousticophobia — noise or sound
acrophobia — heights or high levels
aeroacrophobia — open high places
aeronausiphobia — vomiting secondary to airsickness
aerophobia — draft, swallowing air, or airborne noxious substances
agateophobia — insanity or becoming insane
agliophobia — pain
agoraphobia — open spaces, leaving a safe place, or crowded public places
agraphobia — sexual abuse
agrizoophobia — wild animals
agyrophobia — streets or crossing the street
aichmophobia — needles, pins, or pointed objectsailurophobia — cats
albuminurophobia — kidney disease
alektorophobia — chickens
alliumphobia — garlic
allodoxaphobia — opinions or beliefs
amathophobia — dust
amaxophobia — riding in cars
ambulophobia — walking
amnesiphobia — amnesia
amychophobia — scratches or being scratched
anablephobia — looking up
androphobia — men
anemophobia — wind or air drafts
anginophobia — angina, choking, or narrowness
anglophobia — england, english culture, or english people
angrophobia — anger or becoming angry
ankylophobia — immobility of a joint
anthophobia — flowers
anthropophobia — people or society
antlophobia — floods
anuptaphobia — staying single
apeirophobia — infinity
aphenphosmphobia — being touched
apiphobia — bees
apotemnophobia — people with amputations
arachibutyrophobia — peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth
arachnephobia — spiders
arithmophobia — numbers
arsonphobia — fire or flames
asthenophobia — fainting or weakness
astraphobia — thunder and lightning
astrophobia — stars and celestial space
asymmetriphobia — asymmetrical things
ataxiophobia — ataxia (muscular incoordination)
ataxophobia — disorder or untidiness
atelophobia — imperfection
atephobia — ruin or ruins
athazagoraphobia — being forgotton, being ignored, or forgetting
atomosophobia — atomic explosions
atychiphobia — failure
aulophobia — flutes
aurophobia — gold
auroraphobia — northern lights
autodysomophobia — one that has a vile odor
automatonophobia — ventriloquist’s dummies, animatronic creatures or wax statues

b
bacillophobia — microbes
bacteriophobia — bacteria
ballistophobia — missiles or bullets
barophobia — gravity
basiphobia — inability to stand or falling
bathmophobia — stairs or steep slopes
bathophobia — depth
batophobia — heights or being close to high buildings
batrachophobia — amphibians, frogs, newts, or salamanders
bibliophobia — books
blennophobia — slime
body dysmorphic disorder — having ugly or unattractive features
bogyphobia — bogies or the bogeyman
bolshephobia — bolsheviks
botanophobia — plants
bromidrophobia — bodily odor or bodily smell
bufonophobia — toads
c
cacophobia — ugliness or things that are ugly
cainophobia — newness or novelty
caligynephobia — beautiful women
cancerophobia — cancer
cardiophobia — the heart
carnophobia — meat
catagelophobia — being ridiculed or ridicule
catapedaphobia — jumping from high and low places
cathisophobia — sitting
catoptrophobia — mirrors
cheimaphobia — cold
chemophobia — chemicals or working with chemicals
cherophobia — gaiety
chionophobia — snow
chirophobia — hands
cholerophobia — anger or cholera
chorophobia — dancing
chrematophobia — money
chromatophobia — colors
chronomentrophobia — clocks
chronophobia — time
claustrophobia — confined or small spaces
cleisiophobia — being locked in an enclosed place
cleithrophobia — being enclosed
cleptophobia — stealing
climacophobia — stairs, climbing stairs, or falling down stairs
clinophobia — going to bed
cnidophobia — stings or being stung
coimetrophobia — cemeteries
coitophobia — coitus, sex, or sexual intercourse
cometophobia — comets
coprastasophobia — constipation
coprophobia — feces and fecal matter
coulrophobia — clowns
counterphobia — the preference by a phobic for fearful situations
cremnophobia — precipicescryophobia — extreme cold, ice, or frost
crystallophobia — crystals or glass
cyberphobia — computers or working on a computer
cyclophobia — bicycles
cymophobia — waves or wave-like motion
cynophobia — dogs, canines, or rabies
cyprianophobia — prostitutes, venereal disease, or stds

d
daemonophobia — demons or daemons
decidophobia — making decisions
defecaloesiophobia — painful bowels movements
deipnophobia — dining or dinner conversation
demophobia — crowds
dendrophobia — trees
dentophobia — dentists and dental procedures
dermatopathophobia — skin disease or skin lesions
dextrophobia — objects at the right side of the body
diabetophobia — diabetes
didaskaleinophobia — going to school
dikephobia — justice
dinophobia — dizziness or whirlpools
diplophobia — double vision
dipsophobia — drinking
dishabiliophobia — undressing in front of someone
doraphobia — fur or skins of animals
doxophobia — expressing opinions or of receiving praise
driving phobia — driving a motorized vehicle
dromophobia — crossing streets
dutchphobia — the netherlands, the dutch, dutch culture
dysmorphophobia — deformity
dystychiphobia — accidents

e
earthquakophobia — earthquakes
ecclesiophobia — churches
eisoptrophobia — mirrors or of seeing oneself in a mirrorelectrophobia — electricity
eleutherophobia — freedom
emaciatophobia — fear of being too thin
emetophobia — vomiting or throwing up
enetophobia — pins
enissophobia — having committed an unpardonable sin or criticism
entomophobia — insects or bugs
eosophobia — dawn or daylight
ephebiphobia — teenagers
epistaxiophobia — nosebleeds
epistemophobia — knowledge
equinophobia — horses
eremophobia — being oneself or lonliness
ereuthophobia — red lights, blushing, or the color red
ergasiophobia — work, functioning, or surgeon’s operating
ergophobia — work
erotophobia — sexual love or sexual questions
euphobia — hearing good news
f
fear of success — success, achievement or moving forward in life
francophobia — france, french people, or french culture
frigophobia — cold or cold things
fear of bridges
fear of driving
g
gamophobia — marriage, commitment or relationships
geliophobia — laughter
geniophobia — chins
genuphobia — knees
gephydrophobia — crossing bridges
gerascophobia — growing old or old people
germanophobia — germany, german people, or german culture
geumaphobia — taste
globophobia — balloons
glossophobia — speaking in public or trying to speak
graphophobia — writing or handwriting
gymnophobia — nudity
gynephobia — women

h
hadephobia — hellhagiophobia — saints or holy things
harpaxophobia — being robbed
hedonophobia — feeling pleasure
heliophobia — the sun
hellenologophobia — greek terms or complex scientific terminology
helminthophobia — being infested with worms
hemaphobia — blood
hereiophobia — challenges to official doctrine or of radical deviation
herpetophobia — reptiles or creepy, crawly things
heterophobia — the opposite sex
hierophobia — priests or sacred things
hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia — long words
hobophobia — bums or beggars
hodophobia — road travel
homichlophobia — fog
homilophobia — sermons
homophobia — sameness, monotony, homosexuality, or becoming homosexualhoplophobia — firearms
hormephobia — shock
hyalophobia — glass
hydrargyophobia — mercurial medicines
hydrophobia — water or drowning
hydrophobophobia — rabies
hygrophobia — liquids, dampness, or moisture
hylephobia — materialism or epilepsy
hypegiaphobia — responsibility
hypnophobia — sleep or being hypnotize

i
iatrophobia — doctors or going to the doctor
ichthyophobia — fish
ideophobia — ideas
illyngophobia — vertigo or feeling dizzy when looking down
insomnia — inability to sleep
iophobia — poison
isopterophobia — termites, insects that eat wood

j
japanophobia — japanese
judeophobia — jewish people

k
kakorrhaphiophobia — failure or defeat
kenophobia — voids or empty spaces
kinesophobia — movement or motion
koinoniphobia — rooms
kolpophobia — genitals, particularly female
kopophobia — fatigue
kosmikophobia — cosmic phenomenon
kyphophobia — stooping

l
lachanophobia — vegetables
lalophobia — speaking
lepraphobia — leprosy
leukophobia — the color white
levophobia — things to the left side of the body
ligyrophobia — loud noises
lilapsophobia — tornado or hurricanes
limnophobia — lakes
linonophobia — string
liticaphobia — lawsuits
lockiophobia — childbirth
logizomechanophobia — computers
logophobia — words
luiphobia — lues or syphillis
lutraphobia — otters

m
macrophobia — long waits
mageirocophobia — cooking
malaxophobia — love play
maniaphobia — insanity
mastigophobia — punishment
mechanophobia — machines
medomalacuphobia — losing an erection
medorthophobia — an erect penis
megalophobia — large things
melanophobia — the color black
melophobia — music
meningitophobia — brain disease
menophobia — menstration
merinthophobia — being bound or tied up
metallophobia — metal
metathesiophobia — changes
meteorophobia — meteors
metrophobia — poetry
microbiophobia — microbes
microphobia — small things
misophobia — being contaminated with dirt or germs
mnemophobia — memories
monopathophobia — definite disease
motorphobia — automobiles
mottephobia — moths
murophobia — mice
mycophobia — mushrooms
myrmecophobia — ants
mythophobia — myths, stories, or false statements

n
necrophobia — death or dead things
neopharmaphobia — new drugs
nephophobia — clouds
noctiphobia — the night
nomatophobia — names
nosocomephobia — hospitals
nosophobia — becoming ill
nostophobia — returning home
novercaphobia — your step-mothernucleomituphobia — nuclear weapons
nudophobia — nudity or nakedness
nyctohylophobia — dark wooded areas or forests at night

o
obesophobia — gaining weight
ochlophobia — crowds or mobs
ochophobia — vehicles
octophobia — the figure 8
odontophobia — teeth or dental surgery
oenophobia — wines
oikophobia — houses, home surroundings, or being in a house
olfactophobia — smells
ombrophobia — rain or of being rained on
ommatophobia — eyes
oneirogmophobia — wet dreams
oneirophobia — dreams
onomatophobia — hearing a certain word or of names
ophidiophobia — snakes
ophthalmophobia — being stared at
opiophobia — fear of medical doctors experience of prescribing needed pain medications for patients
optophobia — opening one’s eyes
ornithophobia — birds
orthophobia — property
ostraconophobia — shellfish
ouranophobia — heaven

p
pagophobia — ice or frost
panophobia — everything
panthophobia — suffering or disease
papaphobia — the pope
papyrophobia — paper
paralipophobia — neglecting duty or neglecting responsibility
paraphobia — sexual perversion
parasitophobia — parasites
paraskavedekatriaphobia — friday the 13th
parthenophobia — virgins or young girls
pathophobia — disease
patroiophobia — heredity
peccatophobia — sinning
pediculophobia — lice
pediophobia — dolls
pedophobia — children
peladophobia — bald people
pellagrophobia — pellagra
peniaphobia — poverty
pentheraphobia — mother-in-law
phagophobia — swallowing or eating
phalacrophobia — becoming bald
pharmacophobia — taking medicine or drugs
phengophobia — daylight or sunshine
philemaphobia — kissing
philophobia — falling in love or being in love
philosophobia — philosophy
phobophobia — phobias
phonophobia — noises, voices, one’s own voice, or telephones
photoaugliaphobia — glaring lights
photophobia — light
phronemophobia — thinking
phthisiophobia — tuberculosis
placophobia — tombstones
plutophobia — wealth
pneumatiphobia — spirits
pnigerophobia — choking of being smothered
pogonophobia — beards
poliosophobia — contracting poliomyelitis
politicophobia — politicians
polyphobia — many thingsponophobia — overworking or of pain
porphyrophobia — the color purple
potamophobia — rivers or running water
potophobia — alcohol
proctophobia — rectums
prosophobia — progress
psellismophobia — stuttering
psychophobia — the mind
psychrophobia — the cold
pteromerhanophobia — flying
pteronophobia — being tickled by feathers
pupaphobia — puppets
pyrexiophobia — fever

r
radiophobia — radiation or x-raysranidaphobia — frogsrectophobia — rectums or rectal diseases
rhabdophobia — being severely punished, beaten by a rod, or severely criticized
rhypophobia — defecation
rhytiphobia — getting wrinkles
rupophobia — dirt
russophobia — russians

s
samhainophobia — halloween
satanophobia — satan or the devil
scabiophobia — scabies
scelerophobia — bad men or burglars
sciaphobia — shadows
scoleciphobia — worms
scolionophobia — school
scopophobia — being seen or stared at
scoptophobia — blindness in visual field
scriptophobia — writing in public
selachophobia — sharks
selaphobia — light flashes
selenophobia — the moon
seplophobia — decaying matter
siderodromophobia — trains, railroads, or train travel
siderophobia — stars
sinistrophobia — things to the left or left-handed
sinophobia — china, chinese, or chinese culture
sitiophobia — food or eating
soceraphobia — parents-in-law
social phobia — social situations
sociophobia — society or people in general
somniphobia — sleep
sophophobia — learning
soteriophobia — dependence on others
spacephobia — outer space
spectrophobia — specters or ghosts
spheksophobia — wasps
stasibasiphobia — standing or walking
statue phobia — statues or effigies
staurophobia — crosses or the crucifix
stenophobia — narrow things or places
symbolophobia — symbolism
symmetrophobia — symmetry
syngenesophobia — relatives

t
tachophobia — speed
taeniophobia — tapeworms
taphephobia — being buried alive or cemeteries
tapinophobia — being contagious
taurophobia — bulls
technophobia — technology or computers
teleophobia — definite plans or religious ceremony
telephonophobia — telephones
teratophobia — bearing a deformed child, monsters, or deformed people
testophobia — taking tests
tetanophobia — lockjaw or tetanus
textophobia — certain fabrics
thalassophobia — the sea or the ocean
thanatophobia — death, dying, being buried, cremation, or entombment
theatrophobia — theaters
theologicophobia — theology
theophobia — gods or religion
thermophobia — heat
tocophobia — pregnancy or childbirth
tomophobia — surgery or surgical operations
topophobia — fear of certain places or situations
toxicophobia — poison or being accidentally poisoned
traumatophobia — injury or battle
tremophobia — trembling
trichinophobia — trichinosis
trichopathophobia — hair
triskaidekaphobia — the number 13
tropophobia — moving or making changes
trypanophobia — injections
tyrannophobia — tyrants

v
vaccinophobia — vaccination
verminophobia — germs
vestiphobia — clothing
virginitiphobia — rape
vitricophobia — step-father’s

w
walloonphobia — the walloons
wiccaphobia — witches and witchcraft

x
xanthophobia — the color yellow or the word yellow
xenoglossophobia — foreign languages
xenophobia — strangers or foreigners
xerophobia — dryness
xylophobia — wood, wooden objects, or forests
xyrophobia — razors

z
zelophobia — jealousy
zemmiphobia — the great mole rat
zeusophobia — god or gods
zoophobia — animals

"

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