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Childhood Fears Vs. Adult Fears, In 4 Hilarious Comics

Little kids are known for having fears that seem irrational to us “older” and “wiser” adults. But what we don’t realize is that many of our adult fears are strikingly similar to our childhood ones, at least in theory. Consider these silly yet all-too-real comics from CollegeHumor, illustrated by Dave Mercier of MercWorks. They’re proof that no matter how old we get, we’re never alone in our fears (especially of clowns).
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