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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Bungee Jumping Hobby

Do you have a hobby? I just love to listen to music and watch TV. Pretty funny huh? I just want to be safe and will not even dare a crazy stunt that would break my bones. I am talking about those people who were featured in truTV which is my favorite show. The "trying-hard" stunt men had broken arms and shattered jaws by doing some acrobatic stunts on skate boarding. My reaction when I am watching the compiled truTV video was horrifying. I feel so sorry for them too and amazed how they survive the brutality of their experience. Now, watch this video and tell me what you think?

This is a scary experience and when I watch this video, I screamed at the top of my lungs. My husband sometimes covers my mouth teasingly. This man survives from this ordeal though. This is a vacation turned badly because of circumstances. This video reminds us that accident does happen anytime. Choose a hobby that is safe and do not take risky activities. After all, we are credited with only ONE LIFE. I am inviting you to watch tru TV. Watch it with caution though because this is not only reality but, actuality.


  1. i hope to try one time this Bungee Jumping.. :) this video is scary!

  2. its indeed a crazy hobby i wont dare to indulge.


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