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I just watched the first two Hostel movies for the first time last night. I gotta say, pretty jacked up. That, without a doubt, has just leapfrogged into the #1 position for my worst nightmare of all time. Getting helplessly tortured while the torturer is enjoying it, even getting off on it.
What is your worst nightmare?
Experiencing hopeless torture. Just being submitted to constant, intense pain and knowing the people doing it are sick and skilled enough to extend it over weeks, months, years.
Basically I am terrified of being an opinionated North Korean citizen.
I had a nightmare once that I was thrown into a pool of green snakes that my mom was swimming in.
I'm scared to death of snakes BTW
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
Getting eaten alive by crocodiles close second
Drowning or suffocating.
Launching my kayak from shore right by a pass trying to take advantage of an outgoing tide before sunset. Then as I paddle out getting stuck in a rip tide and carried out to sea. While trying to paddle horizontally to get out, I can't, and get tipped over by the now crashing waves of an ever present storm. Not being able to climb back in my yak due to the large waves, my kayak now floats away in the fading light never to be seen again. Now exhausted, cold, and no longer able to see land, I wait hopelessly to be spotted by a passing boat. Not being seen, I cling to life as the sun goes down wondering what will kill me first: exhaustion that will overcome me as I drown? The lowering of my body temperature in the cold waters that will induce hypothermia? Or a shark attack?
Did something just bump into my foot in the pitch black night? Or was that just my mind wondering? It doesn't matter, all will be over at daylight....if not sooner. They won't even find my car for 12 hours at least and by then, rescue attempt or not, I will be dead. Even if the Coast Guard did launch a recuse attempt there is a 1% chance of finding me. No way they spot me in this vast ocean. There is no hope left. Time to swim down as far as I can so to drown myself before the pain really sets in. But each time I do, the will to live, no matter if I consciously want to or not, kicks in and I swim back toward the surface. Thinking I knew anything about exhaustion was wrong. Was that 15 mile run long Weed? Pfftttt. That's nothing compared to this. Hopefully that bump was a large shark and not a small one. Hopefully he is large enough to end it quick so I don't get ripped apart by the pack. Hopefully, this is over...
Being in a plummeting elevator
Having to watch Wisconsin basetball.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
that would at least be fun until you died
Jeezus Christ ........ Atleast you havent thought about it in detail much.
Edit. I figured it'd be that old man bitchin about you running on the course dropping you
being buried alive
Yup. That would suck hardcore.
Or being crushed to death by an anaconda
Boy, do I have a movie for you!
Directed by Rodrigo Cortés. With Ryan Reynolds, José Luis García Pérez, Robert Paterson, Stephen Tobolowsky. Paul is a U.S. truck driver working in Iraq. After an attack by a group of Iraqis he wakes to find he is buried alive inside a coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone it's a race against time to escape this claustrophobic death trap.
The only thing he is droppin' is a large sum of money on new grass. Not that I would know anything about that. Don't mess with Weedline IMO
The ending to that movie surprised me. Won't spoil it for anyone though.
ND winning the MNC...
My real fear is what happened to Pompeii. Lava scares the living crap out of me.
Being severely burned. I've witnessed all too closely the horror that comes with it. If there is a hell, it looks a lot like a hospital burn unit.
Falling from a very tall building might be up there, but apparently 9 times out of 10 the person has a massive heart attack on the way down and goes unconscious before they ever hit the ground.
All forms of this^
But more specifically, being trapped in some underground pipe/tunnel that's just wide enough for my body, and it has some source of oxygen....so you know you're stuck there until you die of dehydration. Lord have mercy I can't even stand thinking about it. I need a hug.
Being buried alive used to be my biggest nightmare......now it is my daughter being abducted.
F%$k that movie. That and taken are big reasons I don't really want to go to Europe.
This post was edited by UMWolverines 13 months ago
The Saw Torture: Medieval Times...common saw cuts victim in half. Holy s**t!!
The victim was tied upside down, allowing blood to be diverted to the brain. This ensured that the victim maintained consciousness for as long as possible, it slowed the loss of blood and caused maximum humiliation. The torture could last several hours.
While some victims were cut completely in half as a symbolic gesture, most were only cut up to their abdomen to prolong the time it took to die.
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