tzikeh: It cannot be said too many times: trust your gut instinct when it comes to "something about this is very, very wrong" situations, even if there is no hard evidence. We are wired to recognize signs of predators, but have been taught over and over and over to ignore those signs as "overactive imaginations," "wussing out," or (my favorite) "women's intuition."
If your gut says run, you fucking run. What's worse: being wrong, or being killed?
Bugbread: tzikeh: "It doesn't matter if you don't know why your body is telling you to run. Run anyway."
Wait, you mean I have to run up the stairs every time I turn off the light, because my body is right in telling me there's some kinda hideous disfigured abomination right behind me??
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