Phobia’s Modern Teens Face In A Modern World…

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Phobia’s Modern Teens Face In A Modern World…

 

Parastalkphobia: The fear of being Facebook stalked by your parents.

Dicpicphobia: The fear of accidentally sending a nude photo to your parents.

KitchMicrophobia: The fear that you will lose the ability to text in a freak kitchen accident.

Cacapoophobia: The fear that your texting partner will never return from the bathroom.

Latetextaphobia: The fear that everyone will move on just as you finally figure out how to text.

Juveniphobia: The fear that you will be the last one of your friends to get a phone.

Oopsatexaphobia: The fear of sending a text to the wrong person.

Extraoopstexaphobia: The fear of sending a “private” text to everyone on your phone.

Groundaphobia: The fear of being grounded, having your phone taken away and your parents going through your phone.

Footinmouthaphobia: The fear that your text will spell-check with embarrassing word substitution.

Outofwifiphobia: The fear of not being able to connect to the internet.

Requestafbphobia: The fear all your older relatives will friend request you on Facebook.

Momtbtfbphobia: The fear of your mom #tbt posting embarrassing pictures of you on Facebook.

Lecturefbphobia: The fear of having your parents lecture you on Facebook when you’re trying to be Thug.

Untagaphobia: The fear of your friends posting pics on Facebook of you doing something you shouldn’t be and your parent’s commenting on it.

Grannymediaphobia: The fear of anything to do with Grandma and Social Media.

Mommagotyobackphobia: The fear of your mom defending you when you argue with someone on social media.

Grannygotyobackphoba: The fear of having your Grandma defending you when you argue with someone on social media.

Breakupupdatephobia: The fear of your Ex posting embarrassing stuff about you on Social Media, even before you find out you are no longer together.

Teachparenphobia: The fear that your teacher and parents text back and forth.

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