Hans had a very vivid obsession with his widdler and often wondered whether his parents also had one
If you don't stop playing with your widdler, I'll cut it off
Due to Hans wanting his sister to drown, he developed a fear of baths
My sister's getting all of the attention from my mommy, I wish she just drowned!!
Hans feared that the horse (father) would bite (castrate) him as punishment for the incestuous desires towards his mother. He also didn't like horses with black around its mouth, as it reminded him of his father's moustache.
If you touch the white horse, it will bite you.
Hans told his father of a dream/fantasy which his father summarized as follows: ‘In the night there was a big giraffe in the room and a crumpled one: and the big one called out because I took the crumpled one away from it. Then it stopped calling out: and I sat down on top of the crumpled one’.
Freud suggested that his dream represented Hans trying to get rid of his father so that he can have his mother all to himself.