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I was in the car with my dad and a car was just swerving down the road so my dad had to quickly turn out of the way and it almost hit us…
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It would have to be the time I was driving 65 (legal limit) on the highway and lost my brakes when coming around a corner into a traffic standstill. Luckily the guy's truck was strong enough to take a hit and I only ended up with a concussion and a large repair bill.
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Sleep paralysis. Hands down truly the most horrifying experience anyone will encounter.

One time I endured it in a hunting cabin. And it lasted for what seemed like an eternity but was a minute at most in retrospect. I woke up, couldn't move, and hallucinated some terrifying things. There were demons dancing around my bedside and floating around gnarling, growling, and howling. They were small, maybe the size of a yorkie, but they were just so horrifying because there was a multitude of them, at least a hundred. Toward the end, they all stopped, turned towards me, and rushed at me extremely quickly, mouths open and inside their mouths lined with multiple lines of teeth like a shark. Once I regained movement they all vanished in an instant.
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I don't remember but maybe when I went cliff climbing without a harness. It's a weird feeling climbing on something and knowing that if you make a mistake it's guaranteed that you'll die brutally. It was me and my friend, and we were easily 100 feet up over the edge of a coastal cliff in Big Sur. It was like a movie, with the spikey rocks and all.

I would do it again though, it was easily one of the biggest rushes I've ever gotten. That, and bombing down a single lane mountain road at 130 mph. I get a rush out of dangerous things, like being close to death is an intense feeling.
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byClear wrote:

I don't remember but maybe when I went cliff climbing without a harness. It's a weird feeling climbing on something and knowing that if you make a mistake it's guaranteed that you'll die brutally. It was me and my friend, and we were easily 100 feet up over the edge of a coastal cliff in Big Sur. It was like a movie, with the spikey rocks and all.

I would do it again though, it was easily one of the biggest rushes I've ever gotten. That, and bombing down a single lane mountain road at 130 mph. I get a rush out of dangerous things, like being close to death is an intense feeling.


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I mean if you were like 18+, at least you'd be an adult and know what you were doing, but like <16, and rock climbing without a safety device... yeah idk man.
Posted 1/17/16
I was hit by a bicycle and got 6 stitches at my eyebrow. I'm glad I'm not blind.
Yeah a bicycle~' I was only 3 at that time.
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Being shot at while on a call for a triple shooting when I was in emt school. Kind of a reason why Im really anti-gun
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MeImportaTresCojones wrote:

Sleep paralysis. Hands down truly the most horrifying experience anyone will encounter.

One time I endured it in a hunting cabin. And it lasted for what seemed like an eternity but was a minute at most in retrospect. I woke up, couldn't move, and hallucinated some terrifying things. There were demons dancing around my bedside and floating around gnarling, growling, and howling. They were small, maybe the size of a yorkie, but they were just so horrifying because there was a multitude of them, at least a hundred. Toward the end, they all stopped, turned towards me, and rushed at me extremely quickly, mouths open and inside their mouths lined with multiple lines of teeth like a shark. Once I regained movement they all vanished in an instant.


Bro. That sucks. That crap gave me goosebumps reading that I hope I never experience sleep paralysis
Posted 1/18/16
Being told that I might never walk again.
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Probably a couple years back on my way to Nevada, there was no sign of it snowing until it started coming down out of no where and me, my 2 or 3yo brother, my younger sister, and my mom were all hanging 50% or more of the way off the cliff. Then some dude came buy idk what he was called but he was supposed to help people out if they didn't have snow chains or whatever, anyways, he didn't want to take my brother or sister out the car even with my mom begging with all her heart to at least help them out. In the end we got out of it though, obviously.

The second one would be when the garage door randomly fell down and landed on my mom's neck
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byClear wrote:

I don't remember but maybe when I went cliff climbing without a harness. It's a weird feeling climbing on something and knowing that if you make a mistake it's guaranteed that you'll die brutally. It was me and my friend, and we were easily 100 feet up over the edge of a coastal cliff in Big Sur. It was like a movie, with the spikey rocks and all.

I would do it again though, it was easily one of the biggest rushes I've ever gotten. That, and bombing down a single lane mountain road at 130 mph. I get a rush out of dangerous things, like being close to death is an intense feeling.


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I mean if you were like 18+, at least you'd be an adult and know what you were doing, but like <16, and rock climbing without a safety device... yeah idk man.


In terms of maturity, people always think I'm older than I am. I know what I'm doing, it's not like I'm stupid in that sense. If i go i go, at least I was enjoying it.

I wanna try hillclimb one day, it look fun and better than on a track
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxMZwfkQHco
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