The jumping-from-tall-heights at the 1:00 mark is especially YIKES!!!!!
Scientists say there’s a Type D Personality — of thrill-seekers. I’m definitely not a Type D! LOL
Same here! 😀
Folks, I took a lot of chances and lived an edgy life when I was in my prime, say Twenties and Thirties, but many of these are –to my mind [TMM]– simply insane. The chance for a very bad outcome looks WAY too probable, so I’ll pass.
In re of the bungee cord jumpers, I read some months ago of a person who did this off a high bridge w/the bungee attached to her ankles. Obviously these were terrible thrill-seeking ignorants, because when she reached the end, instead of bouncing her back up, the cords pulled her feet off and she fell into the river. She survived, but is now a very disabled person. As I wrote above, “simply insane. The chance for a very bad outcome looks WAY too probable, so I’ll pass.”
I worked in the ski world for a while, and took many chances, but this stuff is really questionable.
As we say at Tim Horton’s, “Ditto ditto!!”
Oh man, I’ve gotta get another cup of Tim Horton’s coffee. 😀
I don’t think the acts are questionable so much as are the mindsets of the actors. Or, as the current question goes, “WtF was s/he thinking of?!”
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