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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #178 - funkyspot
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thank you for that last comment
#93 - nyanyan
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#50 - unknownmamba
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And you have this nightmare of a thing below you
#32 - riefenstahl
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As a person who is terrified of water. **** you.
User avatar #41 to #32 - europe
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Oh, not of water, of course. Rather of what lifes inside of that water.
#35 to #32 - megustabunny
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I know that feeling. I'm ******* scared to be out in open water.
I know that feeling. I'm ******* scared to be out in open water.
User avatar #238 - XchemicalkidX
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The thought of doing that just made me feel so weird.. s:
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#196 - syddi
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For those who would like to see the video : www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQITWbAaDx0 (it's not scary at all)
#245 to #196 - neighsayer
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Thats cute.
User avatar #133 - CaptainKill
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Bitch please.

I once dived over a drop off like that, and it was 120 ft under the waves. Combining that dramatic view of the drop off with looking at your depth gauge and seeing it maxed out is something you cannot get snorkeling.
User avatar #124 - stevvyboi
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Hey, Conscience, am I dead?
User avatar #132 to #124 - laspussy
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you're experiencing a flashback right now where you're reading this comment, in a few minutes after seeing more flashbacks on your life towards your adult life, you'll find yourself on a deathbed sourrounded by your loved ones and you can hear one of them telling you it's time.
#102 - toncheky
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Snorkelling.
User avatar #100 - cptjoe
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...and when I get scarred of the endless deep I just sing in my head... lets keep swimming, lets swimming, swimmy, swimmy, swimming...
User avatar #37 - lexausaurusrex
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I think the fact that we are afraid of open water comes from videogames ....
Most videogames when put into a sandboxe have these giant ******* monster that lurk into the deep water and will eat your sorry ass.
Or a fatigue meter telling you that you are going to ******* die drowning.
#42 to #37 - anon id: 9fcffabd
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I'm afraid of it because I had to watch jaws as a little kid. Also it's kinda natural
User avatar #46 to #37 - coolcalx
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I think the fear of open water comes from not being able to stand or see where the bottom is.
#29 - snakefire
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User avatar #23 - arabiddrummer **User deleted account**
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He's gonna touch the butt
#226 - baconmansenior
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User avatar #172 - welfarekid
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I went snorkeling in the Bahamas, and we went out past the reef, and I know what you mean. It is kind of depressing really. I just got this dullness inside of me after swimming over that vast open chasm.
#128 - fridayiminlove
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is the picture from Tarja Turunen's video for "Until my Last Breath"?
User avatar #95 - IamEllis
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It's ture, I went scubba diving in jamiaca and aruba. There was an under water grand canyon type of landform and when I swam in the trench, nothing but but darkness below me. Curiosity got the best of me and I kept swimming deeper until my meter hit 60 ft, the farthest anyone of my certification level can go for safety reasons. I wanted to go so much further but with my luck, some sort of prehistoric goliath eel would swim up ans swallow me whole.
Bottom line-it really is an entirley different world down there and I have never felt so curious yet endangered before
#69 - tribaldevil
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#28 - arcanemonkey
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nope
#34 to #28 - imlost
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**** nope
**** nope