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Tell us about that moment when you did something reckless, that time when something really could have gone badly wrong. See the finalists and winners of the competition.
Ended on 12 Nov 2016
Driving as a teen is exciting, but it's far safer when you have a licence.
Like all things, personal safety is something you never really appreciate ...
Most people would avoid the wall of water, Lizzie Stokely paddles on in
I'm clinging on, with my feet dragging in the mud.
When the big one hit Japan on 11 March 2011, like all Japanese I knew the drill - shelter under a desk until the all clear was given. Ha!
I hitch-hiked up and down that stretch of road for two years in the early 90s.
As part of an Apprenticeship into the World of Film and Shoound Studios I offered to Renovate the Cameramans non~Heritage Railway Cottage !
Enrolled in a scuba-diving course even as I wondered about the absurdity of having learned to swim only in the last six months.
You know when it is hot and everyone is playing in the water ...
No one could see the small scissors in my hands, not even me.
In this era of open-mindedness and concern for those who are suffering at the hands of domestic violence, I thought I would share a story.
Through the rice paddies to illegally cross the river at the Thai/Burmese border, clinging shamelessly to a 13 year old mother's waist.
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