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Why are trypophobics scared of crumpets? - AmaNews Info
She gets nauseous – sometimes heaving at the sight of holes – and has recurring nightmares of holes appearing in her skin and face. It is not just crumpets which trigger the reaction, although she says they are her first memory of having trypophobia. She is similarly averse to objects such as sponges or pumice stones as well as things with bubbles or bumps, such as skin rashes. “I cooked an omelette last night and there were too many holes in it,” she says. “I couldn’t eat it. I love omelettes but now I’m wondering whether I can eat another omelette again. I sometimes cook pancakes but I have to look away. “I can laugh about it because it’s not …