9 Things I Just Can’t Handle


Everyone has their little phobias and pet peeves and things they just cannot stand. Here are nine of mine. Originally, I was going to use pictures to go into further detail but I thought I’d be nice and spare everyone (mostly myself) the gruesomeness of having to see these things. What are some of yours? 

  • Needles

There’s an actual thing called needle phobia. The scientific name for it is “trypanophobia”. Yes, it is a real thing. There’s a whole bunch of facts and statistics. Including, a large percentage of people with this would rather die than get a shot and also some people just have a fear with medical needles. I feel a lot more comfortable having a needle pierce through my nose (which I got done last year) than get a flu shot in my arm. Seriously, it’s bad. Those of you who have this know what I’m talking about.

  • Centipedes 

NO, PLEASE, NOOO!!! Centipedes are ugly. And creepy. And weird. Ugh. No. Maybe my fear sprouted from waking up in the middle of the night when I was a kid and having a centipede casually walking right beside me. Yeah, I think I was scarred . . . I can’t even look at a picture of one without cringing and feeling things crawling all over me.

  • Raw Meat

When my mom was pregnant with my brother, she couldn’t stand seafood. He hates seafood. When my mom was pregnant with me, she couldn’t stand raw meat. And I absolutely despise it. I cannot cook meat because of this and probably never will. My husband will have to do it. Even looking at it makes me want to throw up. And as for steak? It has to be brown, well done, fully cooked. Any pink/red at all and I’ll gag. 

  • Rude People

But, doesn’t everyone hate rude people? Wait, what about rude people? Do rude people hate rude people? How does that even work? The questions that keep me awake at night . . . 

  • Sports

This one is pretty odd, but, I actually can’t stand sports. If I go to a hockey, baseball, or basketball game, I’m only there for that buzz of excitement in the air and the food. Mostly the food. I find them boring and I actually have a fear of soccer. I don’t know if it came from a bad experience or what, but I’ve always been scared of soccer and always will. *Shudders*.

  • Extremely Loud Noises

If it’s music I like, then no biggy. But if it’s music I hate, or any other loud noise, I immediately get a migraine and can’t focus and in certain situations depending on what it is and how loud it is, I can get really bitchy. So please don’t blow a horn in my ear at any given time or I may or may not attack you for it.

  • Redundant Romance Movies/Books

Blech. So annoying and corny. Yes, I do realize there’s some romance in Mackenzie High. But it’s not that kind of romance. Come on, people, do you really think Taylor and Lonny stare into each other’s eyes and say “I’d be lost without you?” Nu-uh. 

  • Cigarettes

I have to hold my breath when I walk past someone smoking. The smell is gross, the action is gross, just everything. 

  • Freezing Cold Weather

Which is odd because winter is my favorite season. (Because of Christmas, boots, cuddling next to the fireplace, hot cocoa, etc). And I LOVE my winter coat. But when I’m outside and it’s in the minuses, then no way. I’m outta there. 


Have a good week everyone!


Halloween Is Coming

Halloween is coming! Halloween is my second favourite holiday of the year, next to Christmas. 

I didn’t get a picture of all of my decorations, but my house looks pretty cool for Halloween. There’s gravestones everywhere, cobwebs, spiders, bones, creepy gates, a guy that looks like Voldemort from Harry Potter, skeleton guys wearing black head cloth, and a dead bride and groom. The dead groom is looking creepily at the dead bride, and there’s purple, green, and black lights everywhere. Since I wasn’t able to get a photo of all of them yet, here’s a picture of what my garden looked like a few days ago (since then I’ve added more stuff):

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So let’s take a look at the stuff I have done so far to get prepared for Halloween . . .

1.) Put Halloween decorations up on the inside of my house.


2.) Put Halloween decorations up on the outside of my house.


3.) Bought Halloween nail decals.


4.) Drank an infinite number of pumpkin spice frappuccinos and lattes.


5.) Have my outfit ready for Halloween night.


6.) Baked Halloween Pillsbury cookies. (A must for Halloween and Christmas. Best cookies EVER.)


7.) Bought pointless items just because they were Halloween themed.


8.) Watched so many Halloween movies that I cannot even count them all.


9.) Planned what movie I will see on Halloween night.


10.) Planned what haunted house I will go to on Halloween night.


11.) Am prepared to be scared!


So, what do you guys think? Am I ready yet for Halloween? Have a great rest of the week everyone! It’s almost Friday! 🙂

Love, Victoria


The Worst Movie Ever


Whenever someone asks me what my favourite movie is, it’s actually really hard to respond. I love a large selection of movies and it’s constantly changing. For example, within the past week I’ve watched “Juno” (freaking awesome), “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (freaking brilliant), and “Corpse Bride” (freaking great). You get the picture. However, if you ask me what my least favourite movie is, well, I have the answer for you in a nanosecond. Because it is—The. Worst. Movie. EVER!

Any guesses? Here, I’ll just give it to you right away.


And why, why, WHYYYYYY would they make, like, three sequels?! Oh lord, why did I buy this movie? Yeah, you read that right. I bought it on iTunes one day because I figured that it was a comedy and I like to laugh. NO NO PLEASE LET ME HAVE THAT 2 HOURS OF MY LIFE AND THAT $10 BACK. It was so terrible. And then I watched the other one, “The Naked Mile” and it was even worse. The beginning of it was horrendous. I’m not even going to say what happened because it was the most disturbing shit I have ever witnesssed in my entire life, other than that video of those assholes throwing puppies off of buildings. It ranks as number two, though. (Ha, number two, ’cause it’s a piece of shit . . .) I’ll just spell this out for you: a grandson and his grandma and a video and some fluids. *Shudders* NONONONONONONOONON STOP. “WHITE CHICKS” IS A COMEDY. “ANGER MANAGEMENT” IS A COMEDY. THIS IS NOT A COMEDY, THIS IS PURE TORTURE. 

And to be safe, I’m just going to say that the only people who like this movie are teenage boys and immature male adults. And some immature women, too. There is absolutely nothing funny about this movie. Also, the part where the girl’s boyfriend poops in her washing machine. Am I missing something? Is there humour in that? Is there something magical and beautiful about putting your penis into an apple pie that your mother baked for your family? IS THERE?! The obvious answer is: no. But if that’s what you’re into, then, whatever floats your boat, I guess . . .

© Some Shitty Movie Company

I mean, just look at it. I can’t. It’s too vile.

RATING: 0/10

Wasn’t that nice of me? I was originally going to give it -100 but I settled on a flat zero instead. I could go on longer about what makes this movie so bad. But if you want to know, watch it for yourself. Seriously, people. Even “Good Luck Chuck” was better than this . . . at least the guy in it had the decency to do it with a grapefruit rather than YOUR MOTHER’S F^$&ING HOMEMADE PIE.

Rant over.

On a more positive note—it’s the weekend! Make safe movie choices and steer away from movies like this please. .

cdadsfdsfdsPost By: Victoria Hecnar