I don't mind it either. I used to, but not anymore. if you think about how many times airplane atendents fly per week (after talking to one, she flies 5-7 times per week on average and has been doing it for years!) it does seem pretty safe in that sense. I figure, if they are doing this for a career, why should I be scared about flying once a year if that. I agree with PBF about the snakes. was playing golf and hooked my ball into the woods and went to pick it up, a snake was like 2 feet away from my feet and I didn't see it. once I saw it move I think I broke my personal high jump record that day. needless to say I let the snake have the ball.bill1234 said:I don't mind flying at all.
DAMN THAT KIDS FATHER!!!!!bill1234 said:I like snakes. I love catching them. Haven't gotten bit yet though. I almost picked up a copperhead when I was in 1st grade at a birthday party...luckily the kids father stopped me, or I might not be on here typing this right now.
LOL. I don't mind heights, but cliffs and stuff like that, that gets me nervous. I would have a hard time at the grand canyon, because with my luck, someone would slip, hit me, bump me in, and say WTF as I fell, and peg me with a rock on my way down (which would be the scariest 1min of my life...falling down 3 miles)TommyGunn said:heights are my thing, i get a nose bleed on the kerb.