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    • einfachnurtimo
      Dabei seit: 01.02.2007 Beiträge: 2.056
      Aibohphobia ist die Angst vor Palindromen (Wörter die man von vorn & hinten gleich liest).

      Fanden die Benenner der Krankheit wohl lustig diesen Namen auszuwählen?
      Ich finds zwar auch lustig, aber da es diese psychische Krankheit wirklich gibt, sollte man damit nicht spaßen?

      Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobie ist die Angst for langen Wörtern.

      LOOOOL :heart:
  • 5 Antworten
    • Rubnik
      Dabei seit: 12.02.2006 Beiträge: 11.045
      Da lobe Ich mir doch das gute alte AIDS.

      Btw. kann man eigentlich Aibohphobia bekommen wenn man gar nicht weiss was ein Palindrom ist ?(
    • kingpowl
      Dabei seit: 15.10.2006 Beiträge: 2.483
      aus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_phobias -> Jocular and fictional phobias

      Jocular and fictional phobias

      Aibohphobia – a joke term for the fear of palindromes, which is a palindrome itself. The term is a piece of computer humor entered into the 1981 The Devil's DP Dictionary[14]
      Anachrophobia – fear of temporal displacement, from a Doctor Who novel by Jonathan Morris[15]
      Anatidaephobia – the fictional fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you. From Gary Larson's The Far Side
      Anoraknophobia – a portmanteau of "anorak" and "arachnophobia". Used in the Wallace and Gromit comic book Anoraknophobia. Also the title of an album by Marillion
      Arachibutyrophobia – fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth. The word is used by Charles M. Schulz in a 1982 installment of his Peanuts comic strip[16] and by Peter O'Donnell in his 1985 Modesty Blaise adventure novel Dead Man's Handle[17]
      Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia – fear of long words[18] Hippopoto – "big" due to its allusion to the Greek-derived word hippopotamus (though this is derived as hippo- "horse" compounded with potam-os "river", so originally meaning "river horse"; according to the Oxford English, "hippopotamine" has been construed as large since 1847, so this coinage is reasonable); -monstr- is from Latin words meaning "monstrous", -o- is a noun-compounding vowel; -sesquipedali- comes from "sesquipedalian" meaning a long word (literally "a foot and a half long" in Latin), -o- is a noun-compounding vowel, and -phobia means "fear". Note: This was mentioned on the first episode of Brainiac Series Five as one of Tickle's Teasers
      Keanuphobia – fear of Keanu Reeves, portrayed in the Dean Koontz book, False Memory, where a woman has an irrational fear of Reeves and has to see her psychiatrist, Mark Ahriman, each week, unaware that she only has the fear in the first place because the psychotic Ahriman implanted it via hypnotic suggestion to amuse himself. He calls her the "Keanuphobe" in his head
      Luposlipaphobia – fear of being pursued by timber wolves around a kitchen table while wearing socks on a newly waxed floor, also from Gary Larson's The Far Side
      Monkeyphobia – fear of monkeys, as named by Lord Monkey Fist in the animated series Kim Possible. Due to spending a summer in a cabin with a crazy chimp mascot, Ron Stoppable has a fear of monkeys, which he gets over several times, usually during battles with Monkey Fist, who is essentially Ron's arch-nemesis
      Nihilophobia – fear of nothingness (comes from the combination of the Latin word nihil which means nothing, none, and the suffix -phobia), as described by the Doctor in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Night". Voyager's morale officer and chef Neelix suffers from this condition, having panic attacks while the ship was traversing a dark expanse of space known as the Void. It is also the title of a 2008 album by Neuronium. Also, the animated version of George of the Jungle is seen suffering in one episode of the cartoon, where they are telling scary stories
      Robophobia – Irrational fear of robots and/or androids, also known as "Grimwade's Syndrome". First heard in the Doctor Who story "The Robots of Death"
      Semaphobia – fear of average Web developers to use Semantic Web technologies[19]
      Venustraphobia – fear of beautiful women, according to a 1998 humorous article published by BBC News.[1] The word is a portmanteau of "Venus trap" and "phobia". Venustraphobia is the title of a 2006 album by Casbah Club
    • FidiFlush
      Dabei seit: 14.04.2009 Beiträge: 4.579
      [ ] einfachnurlustik
    • tomsnho
      Dabei seit: 24.11.2006 Beiträge: 7.565
      Blöd gelaufen, wenn man an Aibohphobia leidet und Hannah oder Otto heißt... ;(
    • cholomi
      Dabei seit: 29.09.2007 Beiträge: 608
      Original von Rubnik
      Da lobe Ich mir doch das gute alte AIDS.
      :heart: :D