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Why Mommy doesn't scare us
It's not JUST because we're sick bastards. I mean, we are. We listen to your twisted stuff after all. But I think that Mommy is just so alien that it doesn't scare us the way, for instance, Infected did.
I mean, we're just NOT going to be kidnapped, tortured, and forced to mate with a disgusting Mother of Monsters.
But it is possible that someone could have a schitzoid breakdown and think that little skin rashes on his junk were alive and reach for chicken scissors. It also helped that you'd been building to that scene from practically the start of the book, whereas the seeds for the reveal of Mommy weren't planted that far in advance. At least, not from the standpoint that she's this disgusting monstrosity. Yes, we knew that Aggie was in some deep shit, but we didn't get a sign that it was going to bend our brains.
That's not to say that you're slipping, oh Dark Overlord. Just that it was so alien helped insulate our brains from going completely apeshit crazy.