r/therewasanattempt Dec 07 '21 Silver 20 Helpful 18 Wholesome 25 Take My Energy 1 Narwhal Salute 1

To walk on a glass bridge

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u/BeepBlipBlapBloop Dec 07 '21

He's no dummy!

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u/Love_God551 Dec 07 '21

I’m with little man “nope I’m good here”

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u/Piani3t Dec 08 '21

Pardon my language. “Screw you guys, Im going home”

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u/Love_God551 Dec 08 '21

Haha definitely

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u/C0meAtM3Br0 Dec 08 '21

Yep. He had to go change his pants, but this time for good reason.

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u/tendies-primary Dec 08 '21

In Australia we'd refer to this as a "yeah, nah".

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u/Hour-Safety5840 Dec 08 '21

In Canada we'd refer to it similarly as, "Yeah, no"

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u/RbeeTbee Dec 08 '21

I’m 29 and still do this

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u/jharsin Dec 08 '21

I’m 44 and wouldn’t even do this much…

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u/religionkills Dec 08 '21

45 here, and I wouldn't have driven into the parking lot of this scary place. And I've been to the Grand Canyon...twice!

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u/JBrickashaw Dec 08 '21

And he didn't give into the peer pressure either, that's one smart and independent toddler.

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u/Fig1024 Dec 08 '21

he seen how it goes in Squid Game

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u/shaving99 Dec 08 '21

What's the matter babe?

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u/PhaseVariance_0p33 Dec 08 '21

Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not, but I'm not so sure I'd trust that either.

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u/Oculista Dec 08 '21

Looks like he passes the Visual Cliff test.

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u/GlitchMachine123 Dec 08 '21

At his age he is supposed to, no? IIRC most of the babies who did it started to perceive the cliff and be scared of it at a really young age before they could walk

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u/[deleted] Dec 08 '21

I actually had never thought about this until I watched some depressing fucking nature doc about walruses and how climate change is inadvertently causing them to suicide off small cliffs. It had just not occurred to me that anything that lives on land even part time couldn't judge height.

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u/RiskConscious Dec 08 '21

I didn’t know this was a thing and had to look it up.

Very depressing footage; hard to think there are animals (and people) all over the world being negatively affected in ways we never would have considered.

It did make me think that this situation is ripe for a company or non-profit to source some kind of floating platform for them. If the ice is gone, we could build something artificial and leave it in the ocean - that way they don’t travel 100 miles to rest and can continue their lives. Not perfect but can’t bring the ice back.

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u/Turd-Sandwich Dec 08 '21

Easy, just glue all the plastic in the ocean together into islands. 2 birds, 1 stone.

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u/isum21 Dec 08 '21

If we could collect all microplastics in the ocean and compress it I'm sure we could make a platform big enough for all the walruses and every other animal too.

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u/_Hugh_Jaynuss Dec 08 '21

I really like this idea of artificial platforms to save these species that depend on the ice. Nice one! Hope your idea is noticed.

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u/ExtinctFauna Dec 08 '21

They crawled and tested the glass with their hands. But mostly they crawled over the glass to their mother on the other side.

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u/SocialSuspense Dec 08 '21

I can pass it too, I also piss my pants for bonus points.

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u/Kenji_Yamase Dec 08 '21

Hm, remarkable.

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u/SocialSuspense Dec 08 '21

There is so much you can do when you have a debilitating fear of heights

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u/scifihounds Dec 08 '21

First thought

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u/Cognoggin Dec 08 '21

Mom, Dad? How do you tell if glass is tempered?

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u/XurstyXursday Dec 08 '21

Grab another human behind you and throw them on it, of course.

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u/staticfeathers Dec 08 '21

This dude squid games

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u/AvgGuy100 Dec 08 '21

I don't understand that game. Each of them was strong enough to kick the glass in front of them and see if it's strong. Also they could've just crawled down the middle no problem. The rules said nothing about crawling.

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u/Liiht2001 Dec 08 '21

The bridge game is metaphor for capitalism, and it's one of the more direct metaphors in the show. The game is quite literally people trying to mount insurmountable odds in order to get money, where their chances of success are almost directly correlated with where they started. And don't forget the rich people looking on from afar.

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u/sun-e-deez Dec 08 '21

don't forget the way sacrificing others in your position was rewarded

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u/Shannyishere Dec 08 '21

The rules were: jump on one of the two platforms.

Failure to comply would result in elimination.

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u/Kozlow Dec 07 '21 To The Stars

I would be holding that kids hand across there at all times. Those bullshit wire railings look just about his size to slip right through.

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u/inverted_electron Dec 08 '21

I’m glad I’m not the only one thinking that

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u/alison_bee Dec 08 '21

After watching this video of a kid falling through railings and BARELY being caught by his mother…. Yeah, that’s a legit thing to worry about.

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u/Doggoloverrunning Dec 08 '21

Yikes! Talk about having a heart attack.

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u/cato314 Dec 08 '21

Holy crap I have no idea how she managed to grab that ankle, that kid looked gone. Also it looked like part of the railing was gone? That was so stressful why did I watch it multiple times

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u/smashedon Dec 08 '21

In fairness, those gaps aren't to code either, and code is what it is precisely to avoid this. I wouldn't obsess about it in modern stairwells, but on a bridge over a gorge with wire barriers, probably smart to hold onto an idiot toddler. At least this toddler is scared of heights.

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u/neotsunami Dec 08 '21

Same here. I hyperventilate every time my kid walks close to the glass protectors on malls' second floors. This video almost gave me a panic attack.

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u/Loggerdon Dec 08 '21

You also don't want to teach your child it's OK to walk off a cliff. Fear of heights is one of the few fears we are born with.

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u/criticaltemp Dec 08 '21

I wish this were true. Babies will dive head first off shit with no regard for gravity.

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u/[deleted] Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 14 '21

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u/Class1CancerLamppost Dec 08 '21

also boys are idiots. i jumped off the top of my bedroom wardrobe, as a toddler! i have no idea how i got up there. needed stitches.

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u/brzztffn Dec 08 '21

Ha, when I was younger I accidentally walked off my playset that was like 7 feet in the air, realized it didn't hurt, and never used the ladder again. Gave my mom a panic attack seeing me jump and crumple into a heap on the ground, then get up and walk away.

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u/TheEyeDontLie Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 08 '21

Two weeks after I learned to walk, I climbed onto a chair, then onto a table, then ran/tried to jump off the table. I went through a rotten part of the deck, which crumbled, and down about 4 feet to the ground.

To the suprise and relief of my mother, I was mostly fine although I split my chin open enough I still have the scar, but my mom (who'd turned around for just a moment) nearly had a heart attack.

Unfortunately for her, that sort of activity never really ended for about twenty five years.

She said the worst was when I was about 6. I disappeared after a church service, and someone came in screaming that there was a kid on the ledge, a couple of floors up. My mom said she knew instantly it would be me, despite having four kids there plus all the other families' kids.

The building was on a steep hill, so I started at ground level and wanted to see if the ledge went all the way around. It did, but I had to turn back because my mum was crying and yelling at me and I knew I was in big trouble if I kept going. To make it even better, I was wearing a Batman t-shirt. Honestly, the ledge was probably as wide as I was tall, and the adult (who later became my church's pastor) who came to rescue me was probably at much greater risk of injury.

To this day (approaching 40 years old), my mom is still terrified and worried whenever I do anything involving tools or heights or whatever, because she's seen me fall or do dumb shit for so many years.

If I didn't live in a country with free healthcare, I'd have cost them millions of dollars with my uncountable hospital visits. Instead all I have is dozens of scars and stories.

I did break three bones last year from jumping off something, but overwise I calmed down after about 30, much to the relief of my family.

I feel sorry for parents of impulsive ADHD kids like me.

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u/Plantsandanger Dec 08 '21

lol that last line about adhd was unnecessary; your life was basically “tell me you have adhd without saying you have adhd” lol

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u/MPhenix14 Dec 08 '21

My 3 yo cousin jumped off a window. From the fucking third floor. Miraculously he’s fine. But he was not afraid.

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u/SamIsHereNow Dec 08 '21

No, fear of heights is learnt. You're thinking of fear of falling.

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u/windyorbits Dec 08 '21

Fuck I always think about that toddler who died by falling out of a window on a cruise ship. How all the windows looked closed but one of them was actually open.

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u/ICBPeng1 Dec 08 '21 Gold

The worst part of this is: he may not be comfortable walking because he can’t tell the glass is there, aka, it looks like they’re walking on air.

That means that if he is comfortable walking on this by the end of the day, you’re gonna have to deal with him just walking off of things because he thinks he can walk on air until he learns better, and that could be very bad.

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u/screwyoushadowban Dec 08 '21

Yeah with a toddler I feel like the last thing you want to do is teach that them it's ok to question their already very limited self-preservation instincts.

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u/DidijustDidthat Dec 08 '21

When I met my mums niece when we were little I thought it'd be funny to teach her how to climb stairs. She was probably like, a baby IIRC, and I got told off a bit because obviously I had just introduced her to something potentially very dangerous... Curiosity of stairs.

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u/madchickenz Dec 08 '21

One of my kids did this even without being trained on a glass bridge. For about 3 months of their life they would just walk forwards off of stuff Looney Tunes style. Stairs, couch, stepstool, etc.

Those parent reflexes got way too much testing, and thankfully, debilitating injury was avoided.

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u/KatAttack23 Dec 08 '21

That’s what I was thinking. Too young.

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u/amtrusc Dec 08 '21

Of interest to ya may be the Visual Cliff research from 1960.

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u/eoliveri Dec 08 '21

So many people in here need to take Psych 101.

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u/amtrusc Dec 08 '21

Haha my thoughts, too. Lots of bold strokes without much legitimacy behind it

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u/the_beeve Dec 08 '21

Just seems a bit cruel to me

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u/FlameOfWar Dec 08 '21

I think it's Forrest lol

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u/DonShulaDoingTheHula Dec 08 '21

Same thought… every time he leans down I think about him laying flat and rolling off to the side. It would have been enough for me to hold his hand the entire time.

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u/DatabaseSolid Dec 08 '21

I would have wanted to hold his hand also, but that would definitely make it harder for me to crawl across on my knees and only one hand.

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u/littlebitmissa Dec 08 '21

Thinking the same thing I'd be holding him accross

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u/Agitated_Beautiful71 Dec 08 '21

Oh gosh, I can’t finish watching this video. He can absolutely slip right off the side of that bridge.

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u/Comprehensive-Fun47 Dec 08 '21

No mishaps, but I was super worried too.

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u/riukei Dec 07 '21

Same, makes me anxious watching it!

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u/Dumplingrrl Dec 08 '21

My palms got all sweaty watching this. I would not even be on that bridge with my little.

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u/MaelstormLuL Dec 08 '21

knees weak, arms are heavy

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u/PlaceYourBets2021 Dec 08 '21

There’s vomit on his sweater already!

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u/I_am_dean Dec 08 '21

Mom’s spaghetti

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u/DevilBanner Dec 08 '21

I was about to say "call me overprotective, but there's no way in hell my kid would be crossing that without me holding his hand at all times".

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u/Sproketz Dec 08 '21

I wouldn't take that kid there to begin with.

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u/Mediocrebutcoool Dec 08 '21

Seriously. This whole thing has me barely breathing with anxiety

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u/shadowbehinddoor Dec 08 '21

Was thinking the saaame. 😳😳😳

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u/PomeroyWatson Dec 08 '21

Smart kid. Stupid parents.

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u/WorldlyCupcake5345 Dec 08 '21

Absolutely, why would you let your toddler walk alone on something like that? Just looking at that makes me a nervous wreck.

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u/JU5TlN Dec 08 '21

The bottom wires look like they would fail the 4 Inch Sphere Rule.

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u/Independent_Room_691 Dec 08 '21

Yeah but you can't hold his hand and create a viral social media post at the same time so...🤔

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u/the_howlermonkey Dec 08 '21

Only thing i was thinking, is "that kid could slip right through those.... WTF ARE YOU DOING???"

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u/Rock_Robot_Rock Dec 08 '21

This was freaking me out and I'm not even a father.

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u/The_Colorman Dec 08 '21

Yeah dude made my heart skip watching this. I’m over protective and kinda helicoptery though. Guess maybe it comes from being an older parent.

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u/null-or-undefined Dec 08 '21

those parents just videoing their kid near those are idiots

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u/asa1 Dec 08 '21

Yea, it's frigging sad that they'd rather film him tripping out on this glass bridge than making sure he's safe.

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u/writingruinedmyliver Dec 08 '21

I was thinking the same damn thing

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u/Skeletishy Dec 08 '21

That is exactly what I was thinking too.

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u/twinpac Dec 08 '21

As a parent I was thinking the same thing. Yeesh

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u/6TheAudacity9 Dec 08 '21

Personally I find it ridiculous there are still parents who take there children around with no leash.

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u/Syzygy666 Dec 08 '21

A friend of mine had a kid and she scoffed at parents using leashes but around three her kid became 'a runner'. What are people supposed to do? They live in a city and you just can't have three year olds booking it into traffic.

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u/-SoItGoes Dec 08 '21

You’ll never get star dodgeball players with that attitude

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u/Bacardiologist Dec 08 '21

Anyone else concerned when he got on the ground and realized he could fit between the side wires

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u/Virus_98 Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 08 '21

Yep very, kids are very unpredictable dont know when they'll decide "ha look wire, must lean"

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u/MustNeedDogs Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 08 '21

My almost 2 year old actively seeks out danger daily hourly.

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u/kgm2s-2 Dec 08 '21

Human parenthood is a never-ending quest to deny Darwin what is rightfully his...

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u/HunterGonzo Dec 08 '21

I've always described being a parent of a toddler as "The thing you love most on this planet is actively trying to kill themselves at all times and it is your job to make sure they are continually unsuccessful."

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u/ObnoxiousLittleCunt Dec 08 '21

Suicide machines

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u/JBSquared Dec 08 '21

I like the strike through edit. It feels very "It has been 0 days since the last workplace accident"

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u/robo-dragon Dec 08 '21

I thought the same! That’s no place for a little human who doesn’t understand how small they are!

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u/YouMakeMeDrink Dec 08 '21

That’s exactly what I thought. I would not let a child that small walk on there without being and inch away.

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u/banpieyum Dec 08 '21

Yes I hate this

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u/hallstigerts Dec 08 '21

Sorry, I didn’t even notice the wires because I was freaking out about the lip of his sippy cup touching the public walking surface. 🦠😖

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u/emsok_dewe Dec 08 '21

Those wires would be under tension, I doubt they'd move very much and little buddies head definitely couldn't fit. It's not a WWE ring lol

Besides, that baby looked pretty focused on not falling, he definitely recognized that was a long way down and somewhere he didn't wanna be

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u/VertigoFall Dec 08 '21

Can fit if he goes feet first

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u/5starcats Dec 07 '21

Don't blame him one bit. I'd be hesitant to step on that bridge too.

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u/MyrddinSidhe Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 08 '21

He’s braver than me. I went to the Eiffel Tower and as a middle aged man couldn’t force myself onto the glass floor in the main deck. I tried. My brain just noped out.

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u/firmretention Dec 08 '21

I didn't even make it to the main deck, lol. If I was alone I would have been fine but something about being up that high, with railings below my waist, surrounded by people.

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u/jarmaneli Dec 08 '21

Don’t understand it but if my feet are touching I have crippling fear of heights, if I’m up and not touching everything’s good, went paragliding and was scared as hell on the mountain, once I’m up I’m all fine, same as skydiving at 17,500 feet, although being in the plane didn’t bother me so leaning out wasn’t an issue.

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u/undecidedlyhappy Dec 08 '21

That was me this summer in the Seattle Space Needle. I stood comfortably on the blacked out sections only.

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u/elbucho Dec 08 '21

I visited Auckland, NZ once, and went to the Sky Tower. If you're not familiar, it's got an observation deck where some parts of the floor are just glass. I was being pretty cagey around it, trying to not step on it if possible, and some teenagers thought that was hilarious, and started jumping up and down on it to prove to me that my fears were unfounded.

And I was just sitting there thinking: "what's the end goal here?" If the engineering is sound then they'll just be jumping up and down showing off. But if it's not, they'll plummet hundreds of meters to the ground below, and my fears will be vindicated. Seems kind of a pointless thing to show off about.

Total cool story, bro moment, I know. But your comment brought that memory back up for me.

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u/AforAssole Dec 08 '21

Thst baby is smart. I would have done the same thing and not steo on the glass. Scary shit.

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u/GameCop Dec 07 '21

It's rather go 4 a wine or two too

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u/optional_occupant Dec 07 '21

Same, stranger child, same.

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u/PraetorOjoalvirus Dec 07 '21 Gold

Is his name Horse?

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u/ParchmentNPaper Dec 08 '21

Sounded like Horace to me.

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u/Venome456 Dec 08 '21

I thought I heard Force, like he's a Jedi

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u/Heart_Attack_Soon Dec 08 '21

That would be a real thing in this day and age, too. Just awful.

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u/4knives Dec 08 '21

I think it's Forrest

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u/PristineBiscuit Dec 08 '21

"Walk, Forrest, WALK!!!"

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u/BrittyPie Dec 08 '21

What do you think of that name? My little sister (she's only 22) is going to name her baby Forest, and I told her I'd be worried about kids bullying him w/ Forest Gump references. She didn't even know what I was talking about...

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u/Totolin96 Dec 08 '21

I thought it was Boris

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u/ExtinctFauna Dec 08 '21

There was a Visual Cliff psychology experiment done in 1960 at Cornell University to test the depth perception of infants and toddlers. That was similar to this bridge.

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u/ChattyTuna50 Dec 08 '21

I was waiting for someone to comment this.. thank you

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u/mitchanium Dec 08 '21

That was pretty cool observation and deduction action going on there

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u/ziggy_reloaded_ Dec 08 '21

I like that his brain told him he had to crawl on and off of it. “Yes, this is the safe way.”

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u/11711510111411009710 Dec 08 '21

Tbh I interpreted as keeping two hands on the part he knows he can stay on so if his feet slip he's still holding onto something.

Maybe I'm overthinking it.

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u/ziggy_reloaded_ Dec 08 '21

Thats probably exactly it. He knows what he was walking on was safe.

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u/Marmar79 Dec 08 '21

Call me crazy but there isn’t a chance in hell I would confuse a kid that young with a see through ground. Maybe I’m uptight but the magic of it would be lost on them and they may be confused by future invisible floors that aren’t actually there

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u/Cassius_Rex Dec 08 '21

Exactly my 1st thought too.

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u/Independent-Pea2374 Dec 08 '21

I’ve been there before, It is in the Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge area in TN if I remember. The glass isn’t just freaky so is the bridge swaying.

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u/Nixontime Dec 08 '21

I’ve been there too! walked across on a windy day…kinda scary

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u/frusciantefella Dec 08 '21

Is this part of a zipline thing? I may have been there

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u/kalo23 Dec 08 '21

I got married up there. Beautiful!!

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u/BossScribblor Dec 08 '21

I wish my kids would ever show that level of self preservation.

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u/j_miyagi Dec 07 '21

They have one of these in Blackpool Tower (UK). I took great pleasure as a kid in watching my family take 10 mins to get brave enough to walk on it. I then jumped in the middle of it and watched them crap their pants, 10 out of 10 would recommend.

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u/my_clever-name Dec 08 '21

The CN Tower in Toronto has three glass panels in the floor of one of the observation decks, about 340 meters high. We were there when a 9 yo boy was jumping up and down on one of them. Gave me the willies.

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u/booksnpaint Dec 08 '21

Those parents have a lot of faith that this youngster won't yeet that cup into the void.

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u/cavelioness Dec 08 '21

yeet himself as well, those railings sure aren't baby-proofed.

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u/lawless_sapphistry Dec 07 '21

This kid has clearly been watching Squid Game.

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u/eivamu Dec 08 '21

Came here for the Squid Game comments.

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u/mrMeowMeow13 Dec 08 '21

I was pretty emotionally drained by that episode and we weren't even done!

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u/ego_tripped Dec 07 '21 Wholesome

The moment you realize your child is smarter than you are.

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u/Proxi98 Dec 08 '21

Because he tried to check if the floor will hold by just walking on it ?

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u/DatabaseSolid Dec 08 '21

Until someone on the other end waves an ice cream cone at him and he takes off with his eyes on the prize.

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u/Cici1958 Dec 08 '21

This pisses me off. Hold your baby’s hand and make him feel safe. Maybe a sub could be idiots with kids.

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u/Coffee-Historian-11 Dec 08 '21

At that age I think picking him up and carrying him across should’ve been the only option. Like the bars were not baby proofed and I don’t think confusing a baby/toddler with glass floors is necessarily a smart, or good, option

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u/Cici1958 Dec 08 '21

I completely agree.

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u/PeridotWriter Dec 08 '21

His brain is telling him something's wrong but he can't figure it out

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u/Chaotic_Good64 Dec 08 '21

He's got a good survival instinct, and with those parents he's gonna need it.

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u/gothkxttn Dec 07 '21

Cutest 'nope!' ever

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u/cutelyaware Dec 08 '21

He's developed a system that works for him. At his age, I'm actually impressed.

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u/kpmurphy56 Dec 08 '21

I feel like you shouldn’t be encouraging him to step off ledges lol

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u/mbashs Dec 07 '21

I hope he doesn’t start walking off ledges

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u/pitaloco15 Dec 08 '21

Gatlingburg?

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u/zoop1000 Dec 08 '21

Looks like it. I was there in October

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u/RWH072783 Dec 08 '21

Stupid parents

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u/JoeTheSifu Dec 08 '21

OMG. THE RAILINGS!!!!! WHO CARES ABOUT THE GLASS! PUT THAT FUCKING CAMERA DOWN AND HOLD HIS HAND!!!!!

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u/Big_Chief_Drunky Dec 08 '21

Nah, internet points await.

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u/Portablemammal1199 Dec 08 '21

They tryna make it look like an accident so they dont have to worry about it.

This is a joke

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u/zacharyblaise Dec 08 '21

Therapist in the future: “so Forest tell me how do you think your crippling fear of heights started.”

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u/Jkc130 Dec 08 '21

I’ve seen squid games, you go first!

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u/PurpleyPineapple Dec 08 '21

I'm with the kid. Fuck that. I'm good on solid ground thanks.

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u/Uhavegot2bekiddingme Dec 08 '21

Good survival instincts

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u/futurelullabies Dec 08 '21

He could slip right through those railings with a minimum of effort.

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u/Sufficient-Nebula-86 Dec 08 '21

That is such a bad parent

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u/totallynewhere818 Dec 08 '21

Hold the damn kid you motherfukkers!

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u/Jac918 Dec 08 '21

He too little to be walking by himself on a bridge. At least the baby has enough sense not to go somewhere he didn’t feel safe.

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u/gabriel_te17 Dec 08 '21 edited Dec 08 '21

RUN FOREST RUN

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u/cobainstaley Dec 08 '21

"uhhhh....guess i'll go around."

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u/leo__nidas Dec 08 '21

That is such a smart kid. Only goes to show that kids can get depth and material perception at such an early age. That is a really i intelligent kid right there who can take such great life decisions..loved the way he just decided to turn back!

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u/zeropointmodule Dec 08 '21

Knowing what he knows at his age that is the best decision he could have made.

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u/Furtradehatchet Dec 08 '21

Smarter than some adults that I’ve met.

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u/Flyair4 Dec 07 '21

I’m 30 years old and this would be my exact process!

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u/WhitewolfStormrunner Dec 08 '21

I'm 64 and it would be mine, too!

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u/SocialSanityy Dec 08 '21

How about not letting him get so close to the rails with noone behind him

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u/Vasault Dec 08 '21

The freaking parents are a bunch of idiots for not holding that baby to cross that bridge

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u/Fanimusmaximus Dec 07 '21

Hey I don’t blame him, I would be hesitant too!

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u/fucovid2020 Dec 08 '21

I just knew he was going to fall and roll under the railing....

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u/noishouldbewriting Dec 07 '21

I feel like we're missing the video where he actually walks across the bridge. Or who knows, maybe whoever was recording left him. Either way, smart kid.

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u/Timminsv Dec 07 '21

Lol he’s like nope, dya know what? I’ll actually give this a miss. Later guys.

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u/Bubba-ORiley Dec 08 '21

This is me but i basically crawl the whole way like that's gonna help.

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u/whyaremypantssoshort Dec 08 '21

I feel ya buddy.

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u/ElHage13 Dec 08 '21

oh come OOON.

I litterally just closed a Dr Mike video where he talked about infants avoiding to walk on glass because they have an inate fear of falling like 5 minutes ago, and I enter reddit and this is the first thing I see?

Try to make it less obvious that you know exactly what I do/see at all times.

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u/Bruhhzer Dec 08 '21

“I choose life”

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u/mostavis Dec 08 '21

That kid is smart. Screw that crap for a game of soldiers

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u/TepidBrush Dec 08 '21

This is too cute! I wish I could see the world through a child’s eyes :)

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u/NeoWarriors Dec 08 '21

Nope. Meet you guys back at the car.

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u/Turdbird2000 Dec 08 '21

I'm with the kid. I don't trust it either homey