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

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The most dangerous thing that i have ever done in my life is climbing up a tree to pick a guava. And tried being dauntless jumping off the train with a low platform, but the train ain't moving HAHA
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Tried River rafting in vyas river of India. It was quite risky. My wife lost her specs on the ride.
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I do not like risky situations. I usually keep my feet on solid ground. I think I have only one life and it is precious, so I must protect it; therefore, I do not get myself into dangerous situations.

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Kalin Adi wrote:I do not like risky situations. I usually keep my feet on solid ground. I think I have only one life and it is precious, so I must protect it; therefore, I do not get myself into dangerous situations.
One does not always intentionally get into danger. Some times we have to face our fears and that can be dangerous. It can be compared to something that is very courageous that we may have done.
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BoyLazy wrote:
Kalin Adi wrote:I do not like risky situations. I usually keep my feet on solid ground. I think I have only one life and it is precious, so I must protect it; therefore, I do not get myself into dangerous situations.
One does not always intentionally get into danger. Some times we have to face our fears and that can be dangerous. It can be compared to something that is very courageous that we may have done.
I agree with you that sometimes we get into a dangerous situation unintentinally. However, the question here said what's the most dangerous thing I've done, so this means it was deliberate or on purpose. That's why I explained I do not get myself into those types of situations.

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Kalin Adi wrote:
BoyLazy wrote:
Kalin Adi wrote:I do not like risky situations. I usually keep my feet on solid ground. I think I have only one life and it is precious, so I must protect it; therefore, I do not get myself into dangerous situations.
One does not always intentionally get into danger. Some times we have to face our fears and that can be dangerous. It can be compared to something that is very courageous that we may have done.
I agree with you that sometimes we get into a dangerous situation unintentinally. However, the question here said what's the most dangerous thing I've done, so this means it was deliberate or on purpose. That's why I explained I do not get myself into those types of situations.
Agreed.
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I decided to take a different route home (walking) and came across some people who were running out of a home they'd just broken into and trashed. I saw a gun and took off running through the woods. I heard a shot behind me, thankfully it hit a tree that I'd just passed instead of me. Good news is that the police caught the guys later that day.
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On a funny note: the most dangerous this I did was that I got married ??
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When I was a child I put a burning match above an open bottle of petrol....... Lesson learned the hard way
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Learning how to jump from a high place and roll forward. It is one of the basic parkour moves. I actually jumped from a high place when I practiced, if I didn't land correctly and rolled, I would get injured.
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I usually stay away from troubles so I have nothing worth discussing here.
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The most dangerous thing I ever did was bringing a stranger to stay in my house.

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Debbyemi wrote: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.
Oh my! I am so glad you ended up being safe! How scary! The most dangerous thing I have ever done was jump from a ski-lift 30+ feet in the air, but that was more about ignorance than bravery!

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Probably when I submitted a blank test from our subject of Religion. I really don't know what to write on so I leave it blank. Worried that I would get red marks for my overall grades.
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Nothing really much I don't remember doing anything that is worth talking about here

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