What is the most dangerous thing you'very ever done?

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What is the most dangerous thing you'very ever done?

Post by Ferdinand_otieno » 05 Sep 2017, 08:43

For me, the most dangerous thing was jumping on a moving truck. I was terrified but found that I still did it.

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Post by Uneven » 05 Sep 2017, 19:27

Probably when I went mining in Minecraft without torches

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Post by kislany » 06 Sep 2017, 00:47

When I moved to another country all on my own, without my parents being there to hold my hand. I basically started a whole new chapter in my life.

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Post by Georgialouise » 06 Sep 2017, 01:58

When I decided it would be a good idea to go swimming at the beach just before a storm hit the coast where I lived. I still wonder today how I made it out of there alive.

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Post by Jayrusha » 06 Sep 2017, 04:46

LOL. Drink Napoleon

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Post by Amagine » 06 Sep 2017, 05:28

I ran away from school and walked three miles to get back home. The area I was walking wasn't the safest.
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Post by shish_by_design » 06 Sep 2017, 10:05

I swallowed a coin and stuck a bean in my ear. Painful memories.
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Post by Debbyemi » 07 Sep 2017, 07:00

I decided to stay alone in my hostel after every other student ran out in the middle of the night because of an attack. I survived it though as the attacker had already left the hostel premises already as a result of the loud screams of the students.

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Post by CatInTheHat » 07 Sep 2017, 08:39

I'm not a thrill seeker so this is a tough one. I'd probably go with the one time, in the middle of downtown Atlanta, that I ended up going down a one way street, the wrong way.
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Post by Ljessup » 07 Sep 2017, 14:45

I wanted to engage in this post, but as I was sitting here trying to think of the most dangerous thing I have ever done I realized I haven't really done anything that was that dangerous in my life. Lol! :D
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Post by micoleon13 » 07 Sep 2017, 17:44

I work with dangerous animals, so every day is pretty dangerous to some extent, otherwise just jumping off a cliff into the sea for fun!

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Post by Lest92 » 09 Sep 2017, 14:34

:oops: I stalled a car in a danger zone. I really thought nobody was going to slow down to give me the chance to get out of the shinola because Bloemfontein drivers are dangerous and aggressive. Really thought I was gonna die.

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Post by katiesquilts » 10 Sep 2017, 02:58

kislany wrote:When I moved to another country all on my own, without my parents being there to hold my hand. I basically started a whole new chapter in my life.
It's funny that you say this, because I was sitting here racking my brain for something dangerous but I've been living in a foreign country (Japan) for two years and never thought anything of it! :lol: I guess because Japan is so safe and I have connections here to help me out if I need it.
As for bodily harm, I'm pretty bad with kitchen knives...I'm not doing anything stupid in particular, but just bad at using them and end up cutting myself often!

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Post by Zupanatural » 10 Sep 2017, 07:08

Uneven wrote:Probably when I went mining in Minecraft without torches
Hats off, man. If you're going to make one solitary post, make it a classic :D :D :D
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Post by charlesjr2 » 12 Sep 2017, 00:25

Nothing really, I don't remember doing anything that is worth talking about here.
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