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I`ve got a stoopid phobia which I got after watching somekind of a spy film..
Altough I know there are no cameras and noones watching, I thin my neighbours have made little holes in the walls near the seiling and they are watching me... it`s annoying, i think they really are!!!
I used to pretend that the whole of reality was some sort of huge long movie about my own life. I can't remember whether or not I actually belived this. I do remember occationally doing a voice over like some kind of cosmic narrator,announcing the next great chapter in this epic. I have no idea who was supposed to be directing or producing this indulgent work of art. But, I wish I had thought to look into this at the time. For in retrospect, I would like to take the author of the sceenplay to task.
I used to think the old BBC logo that was on one of my videos as a child was evil and wanted me to be dead.
I used to think the little holes in the walls had little cameras there so then i tought that we were being secretly watched at all times
When I was in Elementary school,every time I found out a boy liked me, I was CONVINCED he was hideing outside my window at night watching me.
I once slept over at my freind Krystals house, and my sleeping bag was right infrotn of a GIANT aaron carter poster, He freaks me out okay/ SO I didin't sleep all night because he was staring at me and I tohught if I fell asleep he would jump out of the poster and kill me!
On a message board one time, a guy was trying to convince everyone that the FBI could see you through your computer monitor, which is why he covered it every time the computer wasn't being used.
He then went on to a long technical explanation of how and why the FBI would do such a thing.
I would think it was some kid posting the message, but this was on a high security locksmith forum my father posts on.
Imagine. How retarded can you get? The guy had to be at least 45 years old, as well.
I used to think that anything in my room with a face (posters, dolls, stuffed animals, etc.) could see me. I would always face away from them when getting dressed and I always feared doing anything stupid in front of them. I'm 17 years old and I still do this.
When I was younger someone told me that there was a special chip inside Furbys so the government could use them and spy on everyone. To this very day my Furby still faces the wall.
I used to think that there were cameras in the lights of my house, so that the girls from my class could watch me. So, I was very careful when going to the bathroom, or after a shower, or changing before bed.
I would either do this with the lights off or put on my boxers under my towel.
I did this from about the 2nd grade to about the 4th or 5th grade.
I used to believe that people on television sitcoms were real families that just didn't know they were being filmed and watched. I always worried about my family's life being broadcasted on television and would change my clothes and take a bath as quick as I could so no one could see. I believed this until I was about 7 or 8.
I used to LOVE Blue's Clues. I used to think that, since there were kids shouting, any kid could join them. I used to shout "A clue!" and "It's right behind you!"
I was much older when I saw a making of the show and was extremely upset to see some kids off camera stealing my job!
I use to think that the people on the posters in my room would watch me, so I would always feel weird getting dressed in there.
I used to believe that when i was watching Tv the presenters had a screen for every person watching and they could see you at home.
When i was little about 5 or 6 i used to think that flys were spys and were watching and recording my every move. And that when i went to bed and the flys went away and would show everythng bad i had done to my mum and dad! How else did they know about all the bad things i had done?
I used to think that the pictures on my walls could acctually see me. This made me very nervous, especially when I had to change my clothes. In fact, I still get jittery changing in my bedroom.
When i watched hollow man starring Kevin Bacon, i was TERRIFIED that someone was watching me in the bathroom... i used to wave around a belt and wave my hands alllllll around to make sure there wasnt an invisible person hiding in the corners... i was probably like 10-12...
untill i was in 8th grade, i use to belive that the people in the tv and in pictures could see you. i was so scared of posters and pitcures i refused to put any up in my room , and i turned over magizanes when i got undressed at night.
when i was smaller i thought that the whole was watching me.i used to avoid all the windows in my house because i thought there were people looking through them all the time, watching me.so i used go around the house by ducking as i went past a window.and sometimes when i was feeling extra paranoid i would hide in my closet.
I used to belive the president was watching....I guess thats why I have always been good...I was a retart....I was to young to have brains...I still think I don't have in embbarasing moments....