Greatest kick in your life ?

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  1. genuine555

    genuine555 MDL Expert

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    What's the greatest kick or adrenaline burst you've had in your lifetime ?

    Let's see the adrenaline junkies pop up on MDL :D
     
  2. Moo

    Moo MDL Novice

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    prolly when i scored my first touchdown ....Not huge but in a game to adrenaline is already flowing and then that added to it and it was like whoo lol
     
  3. C.L.A.N. 0³

    C.L.A.N. 0³ MDL Junior Member

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    Taking the Aiguille du Midi cable car & skiing on the "Mer de Glace" in Chamonix, France... :eek:
     
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  4. genuine555

    genuine555 MDL Expert

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    Benji Jumping from a bridge 110 meters high (about 350 feet).
    What a rush !!:eek::D:D
     
  5. Monsta Kody

    Monsta Kody MDL Junior Member

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    The first time i tried to scam mcdonald, order a big mac and a cheese burger or smth drive home and call them telling they forgot the big mac so they write down my name and next time me visits smth free is waiting for me :D
     
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  6. genuine555

    genuine555 MDL Expert

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    Haaam-burger, brother. that's mean :D
     
  7. R29k

    R29k MDL GLaDOS

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    Hmmm got a couple:
    My Dad started to teach me to drive when I was about 10 or 11 or so, I remember it being extremely fun to be in control of a vehicle. I also used to play a lot of school Cricket, when I was 13 I made a century on debut opening the batting, it was 127 not out with 1 four :laie: . I was nervous the whole way through since we were playing a team with 15 -17 year olds in it. I was also very excited to get the hundred, I was always excited to get wickets bowling, especially if it was someone that could bat a bit. After that the biggest adrenaline rush I had was learning to fly, the first opportunity I got to take off was exhilarating, I never got to complete that due to my schedule, something I would like to complete in future. I think landing would be a nightmare mostly though :) .
    I always wanted to try bungee jumping, that would be fun but haven;t gotten around to it yet.
     
  8. pr101

    pr101 MDL Novice

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    several:
    driving my car way to fast for comfort - would love to visit the autobahn though!
    downhill mountainbiking.
    re-roofing my house without scafolding - and I still havent overcome my fear of heights!
     
  9. pierrejaquet

    pierrejaquet MDL Member

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    when I was a kid I was playing hide-and-seek and I hid into a bush. but there was already "someone" in the bush. Then something like this happened:
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    but I wasn't bitten because I run very very very fast...
     
  10. R29k

    R29k MDL GLaDOS

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    :D That reminds me of one, I used to climb cell towers for a bit, hooking up sectors and AP's and troubleshooting stuff etc. That is loads of fun when you get over the height thing, but you only need one trip up to be over it. But it's always exciting and you get this tingly feeling on the soles of your feet when you're high up or at least I do anyway.
     
  11. Morphogenesis

    Morphogenesis MDL Novice

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    There was this time in grade three or something once, when this girl got angry at my friend for standing on a table and waving around a jumper and then my friend recruited me and we threw kumqwats at her....
    :starwars:
     
  12. Joanne

    Joanne MDL Novice

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    Standing on a glass floor at city centre,Sydney 1000 feet up looking down at the clouds.
     
  13. kpo6969

    kpo6969 MDL Member

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    Waking up on July 4th, 1976 after sleeping overnight at Valley Forge and watching President Ford making his speech on the USA's 200th birthday.
     
  14. mohamedkamel

    mohamedkamel MDL Addicted

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    Dropped from about 7 meters high, from the second floor window. Just got some scratching...

    I was at the last year in high school, and I was doing some ceilings on our second floor. Just did all what is necessary, still only one thing. Then found myself...

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    at the concrete stairs. Fallen from that height on my back (the first part of me which touches ground was my back). My head stuck at the stairs (blood scattered). Father and mother were crying... But, after all I stood and all what I have are some scratching...

    Really, a very bad experience. But God (Allah) saved my life. Thanks GOD.

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  15. x86

    x86 MDL Addicted

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    Over the time I had blood-shedding, falling, crashing, burning & poisoning experiences like most of you guys, but I think I ll vote for my first time of having ... s:censored:x

    Now that was a rush :rolleyes: :D
     
  16. dareckibmw

    dareckibmw MDL Expert

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    hahha! that's a good one bud. I bet many of our members are now like WTF? :D

    ....no worries guys, it'll come, sooner or later :biggrin:
     
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  17. x86

    x86 MDL Addicted

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    hehe ... and when it does you will forget any other type of physical injury or rush you may have been subjected to :p

    You might even forget things like your name, DoB or even your MDL login details (so better write those down, just in case...) :D
     
  18. mohamedkamel

    mohamedkamel MDL Addicted

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    hahahaha ..... really I did ... :roflmao:
     
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  19. mohamedkamel

    mohamedkamel MDL Addicted

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    hahaha

    That was striking...:doh:
     
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  20. U-Fig

    U-Fig MDL Member

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    my two kids, especially my daughter, she seems to get a kick out of watching her old man take a dive when she hurtles herself do the kitchen table( wich she climbs on via the chair) mind you, the little bugger is only three years of age, with my son, age 5, its relatively easy as he seems to get his kicks out of beating his old me=an in those fighting games like streetfighter and the likes
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