Hey is your life full of adventures
if yes then what kind of?
Are you ever ready to take risk?
My whole life has been a risk and I like to do anything different as I get bored so easily so I seem to have been attracted to risky jobs. But if I don't get offline NOW and go and meet my missus I will be risking more than I have ever done before.
I like to put it on the line frequently. Fast bikes and cars, racing, standing up for the things I find important and screw the risks. Your dead a long time, live it or lose it.
I don't like risk at all. That doesn't mean I don't take them; it's just that risks are not something I actively desire. There's always something else that allows me to "conveniently" put myself in a risk-taking position. Examples:
1. Pro rodeo is considered a bit risky, I guess. But I was never in it for the thrill of the ride--just wanted the glory.
2. I have at times deliberately taken on formidable opponents, but only because my self image couldn't take the idea of not standing up to them--you know, bullies of all sorts, i.e. kids in school, doctors, po-lice, government types, etc.
3. Some see my multiple (7) marriages as evidence of risk-taking, but I was always SO SURE, each time...!
I did street race a Suzuki 1400 Intruder against a Harley Sportster in Rapid City, South Dakota, in 1997--86 mph around a hard right turn, shaft drive jump-chattering through the curve, pushing a big windshield with a B on the back--but you didn't hear that here....
Like climbing a tree? hahah People find life can be boring and they need excitement, but of course as long as you don't break any laws. I would love to skydive one day, can be risky but fun as well
I am a huge risk taker. My motto is "if you don't succeed try and try again"
I like to take risks but I don't like to be stupid.
Two years in a row me and my old flat mate bought sub £400 BMws of ebay and trekked over 4000 miles around europe each time without any real plan other than a few cities we wanted to visit.
A friend asked me if I wanted to test out his home made bungee out of a tree once, I said no
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