The Universe and Me

Thursday, February 13, 2014

How many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall

Trypophobia is a fear of holes, or objects with holes. Beehives, ant hills, sponges, seed pods. That sort of thing. Apparently people with this fear see holes like these and have a reaction in their brains that signals danger. I'm mentioning this because the street where I live currently is turning into what resembles a bomb site, with hundreds (seemingly thousands) of potholes. Driving down it makes one wonder if one of those holes (or a conglomeration of them) will turn into a gigantic sinkhole and one will be sucked into the earth's core. If I suddenly disappear, look for me there.


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