Poll: Are you afraid of heights?
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View poll results: Are you afraid of heights?
Yes
58 52%
No
53 48%
Voters: 111.
#2
I am what they call "heights"
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#3
Yes, terrified.
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#7
Not me, I'm afraid of widths
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#11
I hate heights.


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#12
I've been climbing mountains my whole life, so no.
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#13
yes
and needles



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#14
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No! I actually thoroughly enjoy them. I love them, in fact.

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#19
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I'm not scared of being high up, but I'm terrified at the thought of slipping off.
This.
#21
I'm fine as long as it's safe, but I'm horrified of slipping off the edge and falling for a couple minutes (or at least what would seem like a couple minutes), knowing that I'm dead very soon.
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#24
I think the real question is
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#25
i practice parkour so im either high up or about to kill my self on something lower down
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#26
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#27
Heights are probably my only phobia. Funny thing though, i'm fine looking out windows on a plane.
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#29
nope. Im afraid of falling off the high places.

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#32
i love heights, i do paraglading few times a year (i really have no idea how it spells in english)... but most of my friends are terrified...
#33
No, I'm not. I've been up on many high places, and I've been bungee jumping (even though it wasn't a very large fall). I plan on going skydiving sometime in the future.
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#34
Depends on the situation, I spend most of my summer up in the mountains (<3 4x4ing, camping, and hunting), and generally I'm just fine, however if there's no trees along the cliff and its just a barren drop I tend to get very jumpy whilst driving in vehicles (On foot I'm just fine).

But, I can't really comment about being in a plane or helicopter, as I've never been in either, but the thought of getting on a plane does bug the **** out of me.
#36
I'm not afraid of heights, but I'm afraid of losing my glasses due to forces (gravitational and velocity-based), so I voted yes. (Meaning: I'm afraid of losing my glasses due to height, but not of heights)
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#37
I used to be afraid of heights, then I got a job at a summer camp. They hired me saying I'd be the errend boy running around doing whatever happens to need doing. When I actually arrived it turns out that the high ropes guy failed his drug test and I was the only available counselor at least 18 years old.

So in a whacky prediciment, good old fear of heights Mike ended up spending his summer on top of a rickity rock climbing tower, sending children down ziplines and repelling. Once I was properly trained about cimbing and such my fear of heights magically disapeared.