No. Why would I be?
@lordbowen Excellent giphy.
I loved that show as a kid.
In my house, I’m much safer in the dark due to all the sharp stuff laying about. The kids seem to like it too (well, now).
The best cure for fear of the dark is 12 gauge muzzle flash. Well, unless you are seeing it from the wrong perspective. But in that case your fear is also cured so it’s a win win.
Darkness means sleep. Ah, to get to rest when the lights go out.
I’m afraid of stubbing my toe.
It hurts enough without that help.
@2many2no I hear ya. I suffer from gout, and when it flares up, stbbing my toe is the last thing I want to do.
@2many2no or even stubbing
@ThunderChicken I hear ya.
I managed to get plantar fasciitis then gout in the last few months. The gout was far worse, but didn’t last as long fortunately.
I prefer the dark.
Only of it becoming permanent.
Yes, only for the fact that I sometimes bang into $#!t when it’s dark.
@ronnyd Yeah, you don’t want to run into those puncturation marks.
@macromeh @ronnyd Definitely not. They leave puncture wounds.
@rockblossom @ronnyd Especially the #s - they can be sharp.
@macromeh @rockblossom @ronnyd
Wait, on a piano, B# = C.
So that way you can see it.
@2many2no But you still have to b sharp to c in the dark?
@rockblossom @ronnyd @2many2no And if you happen to sit on a # in the dark you could end up with a ;
I love the dark
@Hrairoo It speaks fondly of you, too!
I answered no, but if you have ever been spelunking and you get to the point where the guide instructs everyone to turn all their headlamps and flashlights off, true total darkness is pretty darn unsettling.