What is the most dangerous sports in the world?

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Hello,

check and review this 45 most dangerous sports
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  • Gropin' my ass when I ain't in the mood -- speshly if'n you ugly af.

    Otherwise -- mass javelin throwin' on a real loose gravity planet packs all kinda accidental death potential.
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    This forum literally seems completely dead lol. They need to buy some adwords or something.
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    Originally Posted by Peter Hollens View Post

    Hello,

    check and review this 45 most dangerous sports
    Of the sports on the list, free climbing is the one that would totally scare me and I have no idea why people do it. The good news is, I don't have anything to worry about because I can't climb high enough where I'd hurt myself if I fell.
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      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      Of the sports on the list, free climbing is the one that would totally scare me and I have no idea why people do it. The good news is, I don't have anything to worry about because I can't climb high enough where I'd hurt myself if I fell.
      When Claude climbed up the side of the Sweeper Store, Cheryl looked at the ground and saw for the first time, what Stressed Concrete looked like.
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      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      Of the sports on the list, free climbing is the one that would totally scare me and I have no idea why people do it. The good news is, I don't have anything to worry about because I can't climb high enough where I'd hurt myself if I fell.
      Me too. I only go to the women's events, stand under underneath em and look up. The trick of the trade is.. be ready to run.
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    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

    Taking a pregnant wife through a car wash.
    Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

    A lot of sexist members here huh? Sad.
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    I rest my case.

    I beg your pardon. I did not have sexual relations with that woman. At least not in the car wash that day.


    After she gave birth in the car wash, she went home, plowed the field, grabbed an axe, chopped up a chicken for dinner and called me on the mobile that she was on the way to pick me up.


    Danger? The axe was between the sheets that night.
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    I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0. I wouldn't know, probably have to ask Siri or DeepThought or some Elon Musk AI machine, they probably wouldn't know either.These are the answers to what the most dangerous sports are, yikes.
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

      I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0. I wouldn't know, probably have to ask Siri or DeepThought or some Elon Musk AI machine, they probably wouldn't know either.These are the answers to what the most dangerous sports are, yikes.
      Au Contraire Monsieur, you are relatively new to this. There are many highly intelligent people on this (off topic) forum who have been around for years and know each other well. And, they don't have a shred of sexism or any sort of ism in their bodies.

      This is a place of caricature, and tongue in cheek lampooning of the subjects you are talking about amongst many others, pure satire, nothing more. We are taking the mickey out of these subjects purely for the fun of it, it's not serious or our real attitudes. We already know the in's and outs of them. We already know that it is absurd and illogical to think that way.

      As for dangerous sports. The bar of an internet marketing forum is not exactly a good place to find many who do any kind of sports, let alone dangerous ones.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

      I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0. I wouldn't know, probably have to ask Siri or DeepThought or some Elon Musk AI machine, they probably wouldn't know either.These are the answers to what the most dangerous sports are, yikes.
      I want to ask you a serious question..

      Does this tactic ever work for you?

      Have you ever talked to anyone like this and then they said "You are absolutely right. How stupid of me. I was a fool, and your obviously superior wisdom has swayed me"?

      To be honest, I feel the same way you do. This forum if full of fools and sexist gerbil lovers.

      I hate them all, especially that fool Mark. I feel sick every time I come here.

      But I'm not stupid enough to say that in public. And that's the difference.
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    • Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

      I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0.

      The throb of uncanny cerebral activity evidenced in this part of the forum can be registered in deep space.

      I got proof of this bcs on a good day I can actschwlly figure out what is gowin' on.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
        Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

        I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0. I wouldn't know, probably have to ask Siri or DeepThought or some Elon Musk AI machine, they probably wouldn't know either.These are the answers to what the most dangerous sports are, yikes.
        Just don't understand the logic? I mean if you don't know and Siri, DeepThought and the Elon Musk AI machine probably wouldn't know then why would you ask?

        Sounds like Kay's horse knows more than you and probably smarter than all of us.. the horse obviously knows how to flirt with the best of them

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        The throb of uncanny cerebral activity evidenced in this part of the forum can be registered in deep space.

        I got proof of this bcs on a good day I can actschwlly figure out what is gowin' on.
        There! That sums it up nicely damnit.
        Thank you Princess!
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      Originally Posted by HarrisonJ View Post

      These are the answers to what the most dangerous sports are, yikes.
      A Woodchuck would whup you like a gopher!
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    What might be a 'sport' to one person with a certain skill level can be a 'dangerous sport' to someone without those skills. I saw an example yesterday and still laughing today. A 'green broke' horse has pros and cons for a rider - pros are it's exciting, challenging, fun, Adrenaline rush ...cons are you can die or be in pain for a while.

    At the horse farm yesterday, a new volunteer begged to ride 'Duke'. Duke was meant to be my lead horse this past summer. He's big and gorgeous and has a great 'ground' personality - but when ridden he can and will 'explode'. He doesn't buck much - but rears, prances, jumps, crow steps...big show off who needs more training. The danger is not as much of falling but of hooves of a 1200+ lb animal dancing around you while you're on the ground.


    Farm owner got tired of the new volunteer's attitude so told her she could 'try' Duke in the enclosed riding ring. An over confident worker around horses is just as dangerous as a stupid one...so....


    About 5 minutes after she mounted, we were helping her up from the ground....not hurt but I expect she has some good bruises today, especially on her ego. Mr Gravity won again.

    A few minutes later i was untacking Duke and he was sniffing my pockets looking for treats ...and acting innocent...

    There are many highly intelligent people on this (off topic) forum who have been around for years and know each other well. And, they don't have a shred of sexism or any sort of ism in their bodies.
    True - but I thought that was because i'm here to keep the 'boys in line...j/k Truth is, some of them haven't gotten beyond giggling at farts as they did in third grade...what can you say/?


    I mean the intelligence level here is pretty close to 0.

    And yet, here you are...
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      True - but I thought that was because i'm here to disband the old boy's club....j/k
      Young Lady...I'll have you know that I am not an Old Boy. I am an Old Man.

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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Truth is, some of them haven't gotten beyond giggling at farts as they did in third grade...what can you say/
      I'll have you know I gave up giggling at farts long before I graduated from 3rd grade last week.
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      What might be a 'sport' to one person with a certain skill level can be a 'dangerous sport' to someone without those skills. I saw an example yesterday and still laughing today. A 'green broke' horse has pros and cons for a rider - pros are it's exciting, challenging, fun, Adrenaline rush ...cons are you can die or be in pain for a while.

      At the horse farm yesterday, a new volunteer begged to ride 'Duke'. Duke was meant to be my lead horse this past summer. He's big and gorgeous and has a great 'ground' personality - but when ridden he can and will 'explode'. He doesn't buck much - but rears, prances, jumps, crow steps...big show off who needs more training. The danger is not as much of falling but of hooves of a 1200+ lb animal dancing around you while you're on the ground.


      Farm owner got tired of the new volunteer's attitude so told her she could 'try' Duke in the enclosed riding ring. An over confident worker around horses is just as dangerous as a stupid one...so....


      About 5 minutes after she mounted, we were helping her up from the ground....not hurt but I expect she has some good bruises today, especially on her ego. Mr Gravity won again.

      A few minutes later i was untacking Duke and he was sniffing my pockets looking for treats ...and acting innocent...

      True - but I thought that was because i'm here to keep the 'boys in line...j/k Truth is, some of them haven't gotten beyond giggling at farts as they did in third grade...what can you say/?





      And yet, here you are...
      Having a younger brother that breaks horses and has ridden bulls competitively and having ridden myself, I'd much rather fall off a horse than off a cliff. The hooves and rocks part of each I consider even.
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      What might be a 'sport' to one person with a certain skill level can be a 'dangerous sport' to someone without those skills. I saw an example yesterday and still laughing today. A 'green broke' horse has pros and cons for a rider - pros are it's exciting, challenging, fun, Adrenaline rush ...cons are you can die or be in pain for a while.

      At the horse farm yesterday, a new volunteer begged to ride 'Duke'. Duke was meant to be my lead horse this past summer. He's big and gorgeous and has a great 'ground' personality - but when ridden he can and will 'explode'. He doesn't buck much - but rears, prances, jumps, crow steps...big show off who needs more training. The danger is not as much of falling but of hooves of a 1200+ lb animal dancing around you while you're on the ground.


      Farm owner got tired of the new volunteer's attitude so told her she could 'try' Duke in the enclosed riding ring. An over confident worker around horses is just as dangerous as a stupid one...so....


      About 5 minutes after she mounted, we were helping her up from the ground....not hurt but I expect she has some good bruises today, especially on her ego. Mr Gravity won again.

      A few minutes later i was untacking Duke and he was sniffing my pockets looking for treats ...and acting innocent...

      True - but I thought that was because i'm here to keep the 'boys in line...j/k Truth is, some of them haven't gotten beyond giggling at farts as they did in third grade...what can you say/?





      And yet, here you are...

      I love reading Kay's horse stories.
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    To be honest, I am afraid of horse's intelligence. In my teen years I rode horses only because I had to. Never was bucked or anything like that. I just had the impression they were more smarter than me.


    Most days I would have to ride, spend my time mending fences and shoveling horse poo.


    All they had to do was go for a walk or run with me on their back and they seemed to love a good back rub, walk and run. Back at home I would rub them down, feed them and an apple.


    Yep, they were definitely smarter than me.
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    Kurt -


    To me, getting on a bull for a ride is about equivalent to jumping out of perfectly good airplane - just plain nuts.
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    Jeffrey -


    I get ya - I jumped out of a plane...once. Did not like it - at all.
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    You got way too much time on your hands bud.
    Now isn't that a bit sexist? If you were talking to me - I'm female. If you are too entitled to bother with quotes...I guess you get what you get here. Of course, that could be fun, too.
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    Looks like every member of the forum has now replied

    No - only those worth talking to...all but one know how to use the quotes....
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    You have time to insult members but no time to post anything useful.
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    point taken - but this IS the OT...a/k/a 'the bar' and 'the basement'


    You have time to insult members but no time to post anything useful.

    Yup - moderated much of the day here and my 'useful' comments are all used up...


    You do know we're kidding around here...right?
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    The most dangerous sport in the world is posting the in the warriorforum bar.
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  • Gotta wonder whether I should TRAIN UP as a pinpoint dagger throwah ...

    or louche out exotically as a bleedin' heart target ain't nevah gonnah be stabbed in the tits bcs hey career mistah.

    Plus also, I would not wanna go swimmin' in no lagoon got piranhas an' sharks chompin' on my ass.

    So, hey -- prolly I gotta settle for vaporizin' in the 24/7 heat of hoomanity's partially thought-throo exotica re-imagined as inevitable SOS.

    Is bein' alive sum kinda dangerous sports stuffs rn?

    Sure seems like it to Moi whenevah I behold unbridled decay upon unbridled decay!

    If'n it ain't -- where be ye, benevolent immortals?

    (my yogah teacher prolly ace this, but ffs that is tamara. rn I bendin' & flexin' sweet in a cosmos fulla weirdsy kinda POH-RABBLE-AZZ, hopin' for zero daggers in my ass.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Kliff Career Hub
    All the dangerous sports depending on your mind and capability but if I talk about myself so, I will find Base Jumping as the most dangerous sports in the world.

    I want to share a list of 10 most dangerous sports in the world.

    10. Base jumping
    9. Horse riding
    8. Scuba diving
    7. Running of the bulls
    6. Jallikattu
    4. Gymnastics
    3. Boxing
    2. Soccer
    1. Cycling

    Share your opinion with me what is the most dangerous sport for you?
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    10. Base jumping
    9. Horse riding
    8. Scuba diving
    7. Running of the bulls
    6. Jallikattu
    4. Gymnastics
    3. Boxing
    2. Soccer
    1. Cycling
    Wrestle a single woodchuck and all these will seem like Sunday brunch in Grandma's parlor!
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    Clif diving hehe
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