Thursday, February 19, 2009

Daredevil Woman



There's a fine line between bravery and not-so-bright.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some lucky fella is muckling on to her ankles. My guess is she is either very brave, very trusting or drunk!

QQ

cube said...

QQ: Ethanol is the most likely suspect!

Gifted Typist said...

And photoshop?

cube said...

Gifted Typist: I don't know that this is a wonder of Photoshop. If it were, it would be even more outrageous, don't you think?

Chuck said...

I agree, ethanol over photoshop

sue said...

There's something you won't find me doing.

sue said...

'You've got me, who's got you?'
said Lois Lane.

cube said...

Sue: lol! I know.

Brooke said...

That would be fun... Until the bottom meets you, anyway...

cube said...

Honestly, would you do this?

Personally, I couldn't be drunk enough to pull off a stunt like this... but that's just me.

Would you do it?

Jen said...

Do we know her? Or, did we know her, I guess?

jan said...

Is there a follow up shot of sometime later in the day?

Z said...

There's "not so bright" and just plain freaking STUPID! Or PHOTOSHOP! (But, I don't think so)
Actually, this has been around a while, I've seen it before a long while back and I'm quite sure it wasn't photoshopped.

There isn't enough booze ON THE PLANET...TRUST me, Cube!!

birdwoman said...

Darwin contender, for sure.

not me.

(*)>

nanc said...

i would say to this woman, "ATTENTION WHORE!" but i'm feeling kind of nice this morning.

>^..^< mew.

Jill said...

Strange to say the least. Then again, watch that first step comes to mind.

Steve Harkonnen said...

If I were the dude holding her ankles, and if I were the beneficiary of her insurance policy, and if she were a beehatch, I would let go.

Jen said...

Beehatch, hee hee!

cube said...

I don't know that backstory of this photo.

Caz said...

As birdwoman suggested, this is why the Darwin Awards exist, and humanity is all the better for it.

Pinky said...

I think I might do it...I might.

Whoo! What a thrill.

I'd have to be tied to a rope and that be tied to a boulder, though. Forget someone's slippery hands.

I loved the feeling I had at the Grand Canyon, walking up to the edge, with no railing.

Oh...my...goodnes. Makes my toes tingle.

I know. I have issues. ;-)

Pinky said...

And Steve, it's beeyotch. ;-)

mksviews said...

Yeah, i was thinking photoshop too.