reply to post by cry93
The whole thing was an unexpected surprise.
I didn't want it to happen.
I didn't NOT want it to happen.
It was a subject I had absolutely zero interest in as far as personal experience goes.
It wasn't anything I was attempting to do.
It was just buzz buzz bang wow.
Of course being pre-familiarized with the phenomenon with reports here, as well as academic familiarity, I had a distanced, detached understanding of
what was happening/had happened without pause for WTF or anything.
It's like how people describe archetypical dream scenarios like the falling sensation, flying, walking around naked, and other such, yet, you've
never had one of these, and then, suddenly you do.
In this case, it seems a fairly large enough historical demographic exists to frame this phenomenon as being fairly mundane such that most everyone
has at least one experience once in their lives.
Here, I had mine.
Additionally, I'm a thrill seeker. I skydive, and get up to all sorts of other 'dangerous' adventure, and welcome the scary, fast, thrilling, and
For instance, I would, and eventually WILL do the same in the below video. It's on my list
Me no scared; even if it's going to be so terrifying I pee myself, whatever 'it' might be.