Worrygirl86

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I remember someone say that hearing an owl hooting is bad and tonight I heard first time ever owl hooting for a long time. I live in a condo community and we have woods behind us. It do it for a long time and I looked it up and all thing say it means negative things bad omens death negative energies and I’m freaking out. I told myself it just cause woods are there never heard owl before also other people in this condo place must of heard it right I just need advice I’m really scared 

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That is magical thinking. You can look that up.  Also, forgive me for being blunt but I think you need to hear this. What you’re worrying about is bullshit!  The world is a logical place. Think about that. That an owl can hoot and he means to cause you harm is not logical. These are old wives tales made up long ago by people for who knows what reason. 
 

There are a lot of things to worry about in this world, it’s true....but an owl conspiring to bring you evil is not one of them. 

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It’s just cause there’s woods there right and I’m sure others where I live also heard them 

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Of course although I’ll bet most were too busy or inattentive to even notice it

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I would hear an owl hoot while running at night and I am still around.  Nothing bad happened.

They hoot.  They are a bit nocturnal.  I am more creeped out by hearing hawks/eagles or even screeching raccoons than anything else.

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I've heard owls hooting many times in my life, nothing bad happened. 

Owls hooting have nothing whatsoever to do with what happens to humans. How could it? What a weird and random thing to get worried about. 

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