1001 Things To Do If You Dare by Ben Malisow is a book that lists things that you can do that can be challenging but fun(?). Some dares are as easy riding a rollercoaster and some dares are as extreme as doing a base jump. And some are just outright insane and possibly idiotic…such as “Drive a motor vehicle on a frozen lake.” But whatever suits you, but be cautious no matter how much of a dare devil you are, some may even be fatal.
All these dares are rated based on how crazy they are. Riding a roller coaster is rated with one “skull” while wrestling an alligator is rated with 5 “skulls.” Some dares are something that is very typical that may have or will happen in your life such as “quit your job” or “break up with your gf or bf.” Some dares are what most consider pretty extreme such as “Base jump from a tall building.” Some are even illegal such as “stealing a car.” Some are very humane such as “Buy a lunch for a homeless person.”
Whatever it is, this book is definitely entertaining and a good source of information for you to challenge your boldness in real life. And if you are an adrenaline junkie, this book is definitely for you.
My little story…
I believe I purchased this book while I was still in the Marines when I saw this book in a book store. I’ve already accomplished some short term goals off my bucket list that can be pretty challenging such as Skydiving, bungee jumping, and etc. So I thought it may be interesting to get some more ideas off this book to try out other things that I felt like it’s going to challenge me and fun facing fear. See…I believe facing fear is one of the best ways to really LIVE YOUR LIFE and expand your horizon the fastest. Anyways, I forgot about this book until I was going through my closet and found it again! And as I skimmed through this book, I had an AHA moment….this can definitely spice up my life a little more! Also there were some things I’ve already tried and made me feel proud that I’ve already done some extreme things off of those lists!
So here I am introducing this book and I’d like to share some stories of mine that I’ve already tried that’s on the list that I think will be well worth sharing and that maybe you can try them too! And also I’ll add some more that I will have tried in the future. So stay tuned!
(I’m not advocating any of these activities for everyone. If you are willing to try some, do it at your own caution. Some may be very dangerous to your health, so use good judgments)
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