Brain = Fried?

Possibly. I ski in some pretty rediculous/treacherous conditions. I don't mind being in 50 knots of breeze and 30 foot seas 400 miles offshore. I'll run/swim/hike till I puke. I'm into what some would consider some way overly 'kinky' stuff. Maybe I just want to feel alive? The rest probably think I'm just insane, and I'm ok with this.
anteye anteye
41-45, M
3 Responses Nov 28, 2006

*giggles*<br />
This is by far my favorite group on EP. I've never felt so comfortable before. <br />
If your kinkyness feels like insanity then I think I can safely say that I'm just as insane if not more. <br />
The interesting thing about this group is that it seems to be full of the most sane people I've come across. Admitting to insanity is liberating and that's the first step in disolving the insanity. <br />
Keep it up! :)

well...I had a hip replacement and skiied down Whiteface six months after was pretty icy too...hehehehehee

People like you fascinate me! I've had this life-long list of "things to do before I die." On it, has always been sky-diving. But, hell! It took me more than 24 hours to get up the nerve to jump of a 10-foot cliff! My exe boyfriend used to ride a harley. He'd do some CRAZY **** on that bike! (like, go 100 mph between two semis, with me on the back!) He loved taking risks, pushing everything to the limit. I guess I'm not as courageous as I used to think I was....compared to people like you. I always wonder if y'all have some kind of death-wish, or sumpthin? Mostly, I think you just experience a freedom the rest of us can't touch....Janis Joplin may have described it best: "Freedom's just another word for nothin left to lose." Not that you've lost everything already but that you're gifted enough to understand that you can never really lose ANYthing.<br />
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Hmph....I don't know. May just be a psycho rant of mine....but I do wonder a lot what makes someone like you tick.<br />
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Thanks for writing!