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But it’s mainly ladders for me. Ledges are…easier to remain calm for me
I don’t really like heights that much, but I do enjoy climbing things.
Rollarcoasters…I don’t see the point of launching myself to and fro at high speeds. That drop you just described? Not necessary.
Now, that drop in a stalling airplane….and you’re in the passenger seat…HOLY SNAP THAT WOULD BE TERRIFYING. (That happened to my sister)
I’m usually okay with heights, but things with glass floors disorient me.
Yeah, glass floors are weird. I don’t think I’ve ever been on one, but even floors that you can sort of see through are weird. I recall an especially frightening bridge in Boston…
I LOVE roller coasters, and I kinda actually like heights.
I’ve never been on a roller coaster.
Have you also still never had a milkshake?
Man, you need to.
That is what they say…
So I’ve heard.
Bridges and tunnels. I hate them.
My brother designs bridges. I love tunnels. Everybody is different. Hi Kristen. Bye Kristen.
Note to Self: Add milkshakes to Auxcon Agenda.
I’m on it.
I’m not a fan of rollercoasters, but I love planes. I find it thrilling whenever they do a drop like that.
Ugh, I don’t like that. At least not on planes crammed with people. A smaller plane might be a different story, but I don’t know.
The last time I was on a plane was when i was three, so I have no idea. I don’t think I’d like turbulence though.
I’ve never been on a flying airplane…
I’m 99% positive that that will change eventually
Yes. And you should hope that you’ll never be on a falling airplane.
I’ve never been on a plane. Now I never wanna be
It’s really not all that bad. The first time it’s a little tense. You’re on edge. But really, after 15 minutes of being in the air it’s like. Okay. What now. And it’s like you’re on a road trip with 300 strangers in a car that’s way too small.
I’m always super excited on planes.
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