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    In retrospect, probably taking out a mortgage.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    In retrospect, probably taking out a mortgage.

    That is indeed scary
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    I think it has to be armchair racing on this one
    2 armchairs, 4 people and a 40% slope that was 300ft long
    with an open sided underground car park at the bottom
    one chair stopped the other car I was in..didn't until it landed on a brand new convertible Audi
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    it was a finacial write off after that
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    I have jumped off a cliff.
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    A BA (hons) in a global recession.



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    Telling my remain friends that i was brexit
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    Does bungee jumping count as dangerous?
    Absolutely! You did that?! :shock:

    (Original post by WhimsicalSloth)
    My leg cramped once, I thought I was going to die.

    In all seriousness though, and this will sound a little pathetic, but I've never really done anything overly dangerous by choice. I did once stand up to a random stranger on the tube for sexually harassing a young woman. That could have ended badly for me, but at the time I was too angry to care.
    Good on you! Really, that's an incredible thing to do and I feel a weird sort of second-hand proudness

    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    I drove through skidrow at 1am.

    Its one of the most dangerous streets in l.a, I was escorted by police for my own safety
    Really?

    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    Put my hand through the bunsen burner.

    It was on the safety flame
    Can't tell if serious :lol: did you get burned?

    (Original post by saraxh)
    Ran across the road with my friend. Two buses nearly ran us over.
    :eek3: why did you do that? :beard:

    (Original post by Spock's Socks)
    Bleaching my hair.

    I don't take many risks I'm Captain Cautious :laugh:

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    Did it come out OK? :giggle:

    (Original post by In2u)
    Oh well what happened to me was that my mother had to stay in hospital because she felt unwell so I had to stay at home alone with my younger sister for a few nights. The next day me & my sister we decided to go to a store to get drinks as the weather was verrrrry hot & before going out I told my sister to take the house key but she forgot it. Once we came back & realised that we couldn't open the doors in any way & we got soo freaked out.. I didn't know what to do as no one else from my family or friends lived anywhere near that area & I was scared to call my mother to tell her about it as she was unwell and I didn't want her to stress. So what I did was I climbed over my garden's fence to get into my house through the garden doors but however they were also locked. I didn't know what else to do so I..... saw that up very high there was my bathroom's small window open and I knew that my naighbours weren't at home... I broke into my naighbour's garden, took his ladder, climbed up to the window very high up, got inside the house & opened the doors from the inside.... My naighbours & parents still don't know that....
    I'm sorry your mum wasn't feeling very well :sad: - I trust she's OK now? That is bad. ass., seriously!
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    (Original post by cookie123456789)
    I have jumped off a cliff.
    You have?! Was it for any reason or...?

    (Original post by brookey_)
    Telling my remain friends that i was brexit
    Ohhhh - brave move! How did they react?
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    [QUOTE=iEthan;66124083]You have?! Was it for any reason or...?
    Yep I have. No I just felt like it really
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    You have?! Was it for any reason or...?



    Ohhhh - brave move! How did they react?
    Yep I have mate. No I just felt like it
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    Once I said no to my parents, still bear the scars
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    (Original post by iEthan)



    Ohhhh - brave move! How did they react?
    Well they were already on a witch hunt for all the brexiters at school, so I was metaphorically burnt at the stake
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    Does bungee jumping count as dangerous?
    I did one too. Did you enjoy it?
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    Absolutely! You did that?! :shock:



    Good on you! Really, that's an incredible thing to do and I feel a weird sort of second-hand proudness



    Really?



    Can't tell if serious :lol: did you get burned?



    :eek3: why did you do that? :beard:



    Did it come out OK? :giggle:



    I'm sorry your mum wasn't feeling very well :sad: - I trust she's OK now? That is bad. ass., seriously!
    I'm serious lol, a guy dis that so I copied. I didn't get burned
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    Not necessarily the most dangerous. But the most scariest was getting lost in London. Couldnt speak english, no phone and i didnt know my own address as i had just moved into the UK.

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    went looking for my dog outside when Hamas were firing rockets at my area

    easily the dumbest and stupidest thing I've ever done
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    Well everyone knows you’re not supposed to touch the socket on the wall with wet hands, otherwise you get an electric shock. Anyway I decided it to do it any ways, don't ask why but I just did. Ended up getting electrocuted but somehow I survived, but I now had super powers with the ability to generate and control electricity
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    No I didn’t get any super powers I wish I did do :unimpressed: :bawling: but I did get electrocuted and survived!
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    (Original post by Blue_Mason)
    That is indeed scary
    Fixed for five years; hopefully, if I can let the apartment whilst overpaying only my entire salary each month—less the (relatively manageable) ad hoc expenses incurred by a more modest station in my mother's bike-shed—I'll be on course for bankruptcy by 2026 at the earliest. Hopefully.
 
 
 
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