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    What scares the living bajesyus out of you..i only have 2 things in this world that scare me....rats and heights...can't stand them at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by aml View Post
    What scares the living bajesyus out of you..i only have 2 things in this world that scare me....rats and heights...can't stand them at all
    heights is my only fear i haven't been on an airplane since i was a baby because of my fear of heights

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    Quote Originally Posted by aml View Post
    What scares the living bajesyus out of you..i only have 2 things in this world that scare me....rats and heights...can't stand them at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
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    No need to be afraid of us Ber, just play nice and you wont be on the recieving end of any mods wrath
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    Heights (im ok when im on something, just getting to the height.) and one other thing. Coming on here reading the same anti mod bs.

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    A fear of sharks - daft I know as chances of meeting any are so slim - I swim, dive and kayak in the sea and it scares the crap out of me each time - never recovered after seeing jaws film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasJ View Post
    A fear of sharks - daft I know as chances of meeting any are so slim - I swim, dive and kayak in the sea and it scares the crap out of me each time - never recovered after seeing jaws film.
    now that you mention it i would probably have the same fear as you maybe thats why i don't go into deep the film jaws is a classic as much as i would fear a shark i do love them i think they are amazing creatures

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    They are amazing creatures Harry, I wouldnt be too afraid of them. Shark attacks are quiet rare World Wide and fatalities are even rarer. Off the coast of South Africa is a well known shark attack spot as is California but again attacks are rare. Useually the shark misinterpreting us for seals etc.

    Great White , Bull Tiger and Mako sharks are normally the main culprits

    You should be safe enough in our waters, no many Killer sharks around Ireland. A few miles out you may see some blues but mainly just basking sharks, who though massive are harmless enough to humans, behaving more like whales feeding on plankton as they have no teeth
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    No chance of you guys doing a 'leap of faith' then ......

    My fear is smothering which is probably why Im not into women with enormous boobs !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doozer View Post
    They are amazing creatures Harry, I wouldnt be too afraid of them. Shark attacks are quiet rare World Wide and fatalities are even rarer. Off the coast of South Africa is a well known shark attack spot as is California but again attacks are rare. Useually the shark misinterpreting us for seals etc.

    Great White , Bull Tiger and Mako sharks are normally the main culprits

    You should be safe enough in our waters, no many Killer sharks around Ireland. A few miles out you may see some blues but mainly just basking sharks, who though massive are harmless enough to humans, behaving more like whales feeding on plankton as they have no teeth
    good points there doozer i don't think a greatwhite would mistake me for a seal mind you and even if he did that curious bite would be enough to cut you in half

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