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SpeakUP: What’s your strangest phobia?

What is your strangest phobia?


Allie Stern (Senior): “Getting struck by lightning!”

Kate Pryslak (Sophomore): “Getting pinched by a crab in the ocean.”

Lindsay Pulaski (Sophomore): “Flying on planes.”

Ellen Phillips (Senior): “I don’t like it when people touch my ears.”

Evan Peskin (Sophomore): “Carrots… I don’t know why.”

September 14, 2009

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Kyli Singh

Managing Editor


ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “SpeakUP: What’s your strangest phobia?”

  1. Chhaya Nene says:

    Walking on grates. I always feel im going to fell straight through.

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