Few completely bizarre phobias: Did you know?
From a fear of wind to the fear of peanut butter getting stuck on the top of your mouth, these weird phobias are strangely real

1. Arachibutyrophobia

The hard to pronounce phobia is also an extremely inexplicable one – the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth. As with all other phobias, the symptoms of arachibutyrophobia involve panic, dread, terror, anxiety, rapid heartbeat and shortness of breath when the peanut butter is wedged on the roof of one’s mouth.

2. Allodoxaphobia

An extremely rare phobia, allodoxaphobia is used to define the fear of opinions. The phobia is believed to be associated with previous encounters wherein the person affected has not been able to properly express their opinion, or has had their opinion rejected. It is visible in social situations when the affected person refuses to involve themselves in discussions and can also reflect a fear of confrontation.

3. Didaskaleinophobia

While a fun little reason to skip class, didaskaleinophobia is actually a legitimate fear of going to school. Commonly known as a “school phobia,” the fear is more prevalent in younger students (ages 7 to 11), and is believed to stem from anxiety triggered by being separated from their parents. It can also be the result of bullying.

Source: https://allthatsinteresting.com/weird-phobias
J●y P●●●●r and 5 others like this
Like
Comment
Share