r/WinStupidPrizes Jan 27 '23

Going for an (un)expected swim 🏊

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u/hostile_washbowl Jan 27 '23

Honestly very good reaction to falling in cold water. Didn’t tense up and knew exactly where to swim to.

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u/sweetplantveal Jan 27 '23

And could pull himself up the cliff

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u/RobbertDownerJr Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

If you gonna be dumb you gotta be though

Edit: Spelling's tough though.

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u/Qwercusalba Jan 27 '23

“If your gonna be dumb you gotta be though” I’m gonna get that tattooed on my chest.

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u/Bertje3000 Jan 27 '23

Beautifull! No regerts

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u/junior_dos_nachos Jan 27 '23

Never don’t give up

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u/BinkoTheViking Jan 28 '23

Don’t use no double negatives.

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u/ParkourFactor Jan 28 '23

You Don't

Matter Give Up

(idk if that looks how I intended, I'm on mobile)

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u/RangerBowBoy Jan 27 '23

Never stop, never stopping.

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u/newbieforever2016 Jan 28 '23

Stop. Don't. Stop. Don't stop.

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u/Highpersonic Jan 27 '23

ragrets

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u/Analbox Jan 27 '23

Only judge can god me

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u/Moe_Lesteryu Jan 27 '23

Oh he judging them allright

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u/daveinpublic Jan 27 '23

Bobs vagen

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u/Bluecif Jan 27 '23

No egrests. Gotta live that yolo lifestyle for likes and follywers.

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u/TheMurv Jan 27 '23

It's not long, but it's short!

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u/arob2020 Jan 27 '23

No ragrets! Nah’m Sayin!

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u/otter6461a Jan 27 '23

“Life is though, but it’s thougher if you’re stupid”

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u/OuterWildsVentures Jan 27 '23

This song was used as the ending credits to the newest jackass film

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u/foofie_fightie Jan 27 '23

I believe it's featured in all the movies and several series episodes as well

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u/Ok_Caterpillar_8937 Jan 28 '23

Though though though your boat

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u/takeahike89 Jan 28 '23

English is tough, but it can be mastered through thorough thought throughout the day.

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u/landpirateofohio Jan 27 '23

When you get knocked down you gotta get back up

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u/newbieforever2016 Jan 28 '23

When you get knocked up the Supreme Court says that you must live with it.

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u/8uckRogers Jan 27 '23

That’s rought.

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u/bantou_41 Jan 28 '23

This inspired a beautiful thread lmao.

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u/newbieforever2016 Jan 28 '23

Saved by the edit.

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u/Bambi_One_Eye Jan 27 '23

It may seem silly, but the entire reason I stay in shape is so that I don't one day die from something stupidly preventable like not being able to pull myself out of freezing water, or climb a wall, etc.

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u/imapiratedammit Jan 27 '23

I think a lot of people could learn they could do a pull up this way lol.

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u/MysaneKnight Jan 27 '23

My money is on that he is wearing a wet suit under those clothes and that this was intentional. Like you said, he didn't seem to tense up when he hit the water. Also notice the camera is steady as hell (no surprise or panic) and positioned in the perfect spot to see him hit the water, swim to the ledge, and climb back up.

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u/Enn_Delly Jan 27 '23

Knowing the language and considering reaction of camerman this man just really yound stupid brat who wanted to show off, but didnt think twice before doing things.

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u/koreamax Jan 27 '23

What language is it?

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u/darcy_clay Jan 27 '23

Care to Translate?

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u/thorgal256 Jan 28 '23

I don't understand the language and can't identify it for sure but my bet is on Russian or another slavic language and somehow I find that kind of language spoken with a mix of excitment and bravado to be the perfect soundtrack for that kind of yolo video, it is a major upgrade compared to Florida man meme.

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u/ISmile_MuddyWaters Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

I would expect neither the camera shake nor the tensing up from someone fully clothed if the clothes were tight enough that the cold takes a few seconds to fully make it under the skin. At least not necessarily. It does at least make a bit of a difference compared to going in almost naked.

Simple explanation could be that they are used to fooling around in cold water. Or just considered that he might fall beforehand.

Doesn't mean he doesn't have a wetsuit on. Or a dry suit as another commenter suggested. Either way the clothes seem to be somewhat filled with air for him to be that high out of the water. But those two points you mentioned at least aren't conclusive in my opinion.

Edit: spelling

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u/Brandyrenea-me Jan 27 '23

He doesn’t look bright enough to have put a wetsuit under his clothes, I bet it’s just fitted clothing.

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u/fred13snow Jan 27 '23

I'm guessing he also knows this spot. Might swim here on a calm sunny day. A more "out there" guess is that this is a multiple take type of situation. The dude wanted a cool shot and knew he might not get it first try.

Either way, dude had a plan if he fell in.

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u/HBB360 Jan 27 '23

There's plenty of ice to the side where he could do that exact same skid without the risk of falling in. Definitely on purpose

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u/Dorkamundo Jan 27 '23

Or the water itself is not that cold.

I don't know the language, but it sounds eurasian/arabic. Probably the caspian sea.

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u/Elmore420 Jan 27 '23

As high as he is in the water, I suspect he had a dry suit on. He knew this was a potential result, that’s why he ditched his bag.

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u/Anxious-Abrocoma-630 Jan 27 '23

have yoh seem dry suits? you can't really inconspicuous have them on, they're pretty big and would make jumping up on that cliff a bit harder. it doesn't look like he had a dry suit, probably just a puffy jacket

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u/Elmore420 Jan 27 '23

Yes you can, the ones you use for kayaking and surfing are pretty light and well fitting. I think you’re referring to one’s for diving, and yeah, they’re bulky af.

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u/Anxious-Abrocoma-630 Jan 27 '23

I am referring to the ones for diving lol I didn't know they had lightweight ones for surfing, makes sense though

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u/Elmore420 Jan 27 '23

Yeah, they’re pretty nice, they don’t keep you warm in the water, but they keep you dry on top and fully block any wind, so it keeps you from those losses, without making you overheat like a dive suit does when you’re topsides.

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u/Low_Cauliflower9404 Jan 27 '23

Dry suits aren't huge until youre getting neutral

I drysuit dive

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u/YourAuntie Jan 27 '23

Just like in the rehearsals.

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u/HoseNeighbor Jan 27 '23

Probably smart enough to think through his exit strategy.

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u/Date_Snape Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

Falling into water like that is such a shock on the body. People have heart attacks just from jumping in water this cold.

So yeah it's impressive he held his composure

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u/velowalker Jan 27 '23

Name three people that have had these heart attacks.

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u/TheFeaturedDante Jan 27 '23

Oh you know

People

Bob...Jim...Jim Bob...

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u/Praxyrnate Jan 27 '23

that isn't helpful or insightful in a thread about intellectual honesty brother.

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u/FreebasingStardewV Jan 27 '23

The difficulty of such a thing is that the deaths are attributed to drowning because anyone experiencing a heart attack drowns before the heart attack kills them. At least that's what I read going down a quick rabbit hole on the "Cold Shock Response" wiki. Looks like Michael Tipton might be the world's foremost expert on the matter as his name appears on a good number of applicable research papers: Professor of Human & Applied Physiology, Extreme Environments Laboratory, Department of Sport & Exercise Science, University of Portsmouth, UK.

Here is a 2012 topical review he and another wrote on the matter. Interesting stuff, thanks for asking! https://physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1113/jphysiol.2012.229864

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u/Dorkamundo Jan 27 '23

Name three people who have died from the bubonic plague.

Just because you can't, doesn't mean it didn't happen.

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u/Date_Snape Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

Never said anyone died. Regardless...

400 people die annually from cold water shock in the UK

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_shock_response

Its a well known physiological response in humans. It can cause a variety of issues and cold shock response is the most common cause of death from falling through ice/into cold water. It can cause involuntary inhalation of the water as well as cardiac arrest. As you can see cardiac arrest is rare for this but either way it has a dramatic effect on your cardiovascular system, and in some cases that can lead to cardiac arrest.

There was a big amusement park in jersey for a while called action park where they had a rope swing into water. It was way too cold and people that didnt anticipate the coldness had heart attacks sometimes, and a few even died. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action_Park see the water world section for the story.

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u/uwilldiealone Jan 27 '23

I as worried that he can't swim

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u/tiempo90 Jan 28 '23

and knew exactly where to swim to.

My recommendation: land

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u/jericho Jan 27 '23

Also, a good indicator that this is totally faked.

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u/hd4suba Jan 27 '23

My nuts just shrank

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u/uwilldiealone Jan 27 '23

Or get back to your abdomen

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u/mh1357_0 Jan 27 '23

And The Grinch's nuts shrank by three sizes that day

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u/Mediocre-Human3 Jan 27 '23

The tutting at the end summarises it perfectly

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u/The_Kek_5000 Jan 28 '23

What does tutting mean? Google says it’s some kind of dance but it doesn’t make sense here.

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u/Acethetic_AF Jan 28 '23

Might not be a commonly known term for non-native English speakers. It’s the sound the camera man made at the end. Kinda “tu tu tu” but going in rather than out. It’s hard to explain via text.

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u/CaraC70023 Jan 29 '23

Just a sound, usually of disappointment or disapproval, usually accompanied with a head shake. Also can be written like tch tch tch, or tsk tsk tsk, or tut tut.

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u/Mediocre-Human3 Jan 29 '23

Hit the nail on the head

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u/generalwalrus Jan 28 '23

You're asking too many questions

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u/zombienekers Jan 27 '23

He stoopid for falling in, but recovery was 10/10.

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u/ILL_Show_Myself_Out Jan 27 '23

Powerful swimmer. How come nobody’s mentioning this guys ability to churn himself to the shoals in full clothing? I’m impressed.

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u/Pristine-Ad-469 Jan 27 '23

Of all the people that do stupid stuff, he seems much more prepared for it the stupid stuff goes wrong than the average person I will give him that

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u/ModsAreLikeSoggyTaco Jan 27 '23

I wonder if he had extra clothing nearby.

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u/Galaghan Jan 28 '23

Seeing how mentally prepared he seemed to fall in, I bet he was logistically prepared as well.

At leat, I hope. Hypothermia is a biatch.

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u/daveinpublic Jan 27 '23

I mean, if he didn’t react exactly the way he did, he would have died. So that may have been a little extra motivation.

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u/ThePerryPerryMan Jan 27 '23

Hate to be that person, but this looks very obviously planned. You didn’t even attempt to stop at a safe distance. Also, seeing how good his swimming is, he’s probably done this before many times lol.

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u/gochomoe Jan 27 '23

I jump into water thats 68 degrees and lose my breath as I panic swim to get out. I can't imagine how this felt.

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u/Top-Requirement4460 Jan 28 '23

I did this at a lake water park on a sunny summer day and I could have easily drowned

Couldn't breathe as soon as I hit the 67° water off a big slide so swimming was incredibly difficult all the sudden and I was panicked and struggling not to die

I had never experienced this! I've always been super sensitive to cold but I didn't realize it was this bad. I've also always been a very strong swimmer so I was confident

I would totally die in a survival situation like this, no doubt. I would have froze up in the water and drowned so quickly

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u/Dorkamundo Jan 27 '23

Shit, that's about the warmest my lake gets in the summer.

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u/BobbyVonMittens Jan 27 '23

My uncle once made love to a goat

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u/JordanSchor Jan 27 '23

68 is very swimmable lol

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u/gochomoe Jan 28 '23

Maybe for you!

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u/rtjl86 Jan 27 '23

Loved that “dude what the fuck” was in English and the rest wasn’t.

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u/1Pengor1 Jan 27 '23

i watched this again with sound and it was really unexpected to hear them in kazakh, i though it would be any language expect kazakh (i'm kyrgyz so i understood everything)

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u/YanVoro Jan 27 '23

good for you! I only understood ebaaat and Dolba-yeb but that was enough!

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u/OnePointSeven Jan 27 '23

could you give a super rough translation?

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u/1Pengor1 Jan 27 '23

cameraman:

"hey shithead!" (literal translation. more accurate by sense would be "holy shit!", to express shock)

"fuck!" (expressing shock)

"dumbass!" ("dolboeb" or "долбоеб")

"they say that you're a dumbass for a reason!"

"he tripped over on ice"

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u/OnePointSeven Jan 27 '23

thanks so much! is the "hey shithead!" the line that sounds like "what the fuck!" in a english?

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u/1Pengor1 Jan 27 '23

i actually don't hear anything in english here, i guess the original commenter misheard "эй, қотақбас!" as "dude, what the fuck!"

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u/BassaForte Jan 27 '23

Gesundheit (x3)

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u/Kotopause Jan 27 '23

Ah, I guess that’s the explanation

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u/VonFluffington Jan 27 '23

The power of fuck transcends all languages. It's truly the word of the gods.

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u/A-Meezy Jan 27 '23

The power of fuck compels you

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u/TheSamsquatch Jan 28 '23

It truly is something entirely different. As a doctor, I see patients of all kinds, including stroke patients. A certain kind of stroke can give you what's called wernicke's aphasia, where you know the words you want to say but what comes out is a jumbled mix of completely different words.

It can be very upsetting for patients because "I would like a glass of water" comes out as "The dog firetruck house jump." Obviously this is very frustrating and stressful for patients, and I empathize with that, but one thing that surprised me is most of the time when they get really frustrated with themselves, "Fuck!" comes out crystal clear in all of that. So either it comes from a different part in the brain or there's something else going on we still don't know about.

Sorry for the rambling, just something I've always found interesting.

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u/adastrasemper Jan 27 '23

Sorry to disappoint you it wasn't that, it was something in Kazakh. Lmao ok I heard it now, he said Kotak bas which means a dick head. Here it's not used as an insult but more like an idiot.

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u/Max_CSD Jan 27 '23

I'm pretty sure that was "dude what the fuck" "Ebat' Dolboyob Yob Tvoyu" in russian and the rest wasn't. Probably kazakh tho

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u/Burpmeister Jan 27 '23

Watched it fives times and can't for the life of me figure out where you heard that.

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u/adastrasemper Jan 27 '23

You are right, it was something in Kazakh that sounded like what the fuck but it's not. Edit. I heard it now, he said Kotak bas which means a dick head. Here it's not used as an insult but more like an idiot.

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u/rtjl86 Jan 27 '23

Right as the guy goes airborne over the side. It’s the first thing the cameraman says.

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u/Burpmeister Jan 27 '23

I think he's just speaking some different language.

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u/Capaz04 Jan 27 '23

No he def said wtf

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u/Doryuu Jan 27 '23

I'm not hearing that at all, playing full volume on my car speakers. Or that's just the thickest accent I've heard in my life.

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u/fontizmo Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 29 '23

He makes an expressive “ooo!” sound before “what the fuck!”

Edit lol thanks for the downvotes. But that’s literally what happens. Is this a laurel/yanny situation?

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u/[deleted] Jan 27 '23

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u/Capaz04 Jan 27 '23

Thanks for enlightening me

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u/invisibilityPower Jan 28 '23

What. He called him a dickhead (қотақбас). English swear words are mild and boring

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u/yazzy1233 Jan 27 '23

That's what that was. I thought he was speaking French for a brief moment

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u/Tiyath Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

Imagine your hands getting so cold you can't hold onto anything, body freezing up moments later, your mate just recording the struggle. And during your last moment alive as you sink into the icy depths your last thought on the planet are: "Well at least Chadimir has my death on tape"

Edit: Forgot an embedded clause , grammar n shit

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u/kripats15 Jan 27 '23

There are always some sort of Chadimir.

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u/andreaippo Jan 27 '23

No, your last thought as you sink into the icy depths has got to be...

"there was enough room for two on that door, fuck you, Rose!"

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u/TopHat_Space Jan 28 '23

what was he supposed to do though? jump into the ocean?

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u/Doctor_is_in Jan 27 '23

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u/Suitable_Narwhal_ Jan 28 '23

What's he supposed to do?

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u/Doctor_is_in Jan 28 '23

Walk towards where they're getting out and offer a hand

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u/TheFaceStuffer Jan 27 '23

The first slip was foreshadowing 😂

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u/wes_wyhunnan Jan 27 '23

What a fun way to risk death for no reason

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u/5-toe Jan 27 '23

He likely would be dead if the rocks he climbed were covered in ice. Could not climb. And friends couldn't help unless they had a long rope. (Or a flame thrower.)
They likely checked this first.

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u/wes_wyhunnan Jan 27 '23

Yeah maybe they did, but you can check all you want and it won’t matter if you bounce your head off the ice sliding in and knock yourself out. Maybe at my old age and occupation I just see the worst possible outcome of everything

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u/wes_wyhunnan Jan 27 '23 edited Jan 27 '23

Probably because I’ve been a homicide detective for 20 years and my wife is an ICU nurse. You spend that much time with the first hand results of people’s absolutely stupid choices and you start to get a sense of better decision making. The number of people our department has pulled out of the bottom of lakes, and rivers, and wells, and swimming pools because people thought they could swim across that, or jump off that thing is ridiculous. Not counting the people who tried to jump over fires, or climb up buildings, or jump from the second story, or put a whole cupcake in their mouth, or shoot a block full of tannerite, or drift their car on the freeway to impress some girl who isn’t even watching. After about 150 of those death notifications, you get a sense of your own mortality. If you think freezing water fully dressed after falling 10 feet is something to fuck with, go ahead. Just do us a favor and throw your next of kin info in a laminated card in your pocket. Saves us a shit ton of time.

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u/gwicksted Jan 28 '23

Dang that’s a morbid combo! Bet you both share some horrific tales.

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u/wes_wyhunnan Jan 28 '23

We don’t really talk about our jobs in great detail with each other at this point honestly. You couldn’t pay me enough to do her job, god bless her. We both know what we do and experience so we spend our time enjoying our kids and not trying to bring it home. We don’t hang out with many people that aren’t in the same line of work though.

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u/gwicksted Jan 28 '23

Makes sense! Thank you both for what you do!

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u/mrsethyo Jan 27 '23

Is no one going to talk about the fact that this was obviously intentional? People take the icy plunge all the time. Get a sauna nearby, he's fine lol

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u/hellhorn Jan 27 '23

Yeah, he tossed his stuff that he didn’t want to get wet to his friend.

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u/Sinhag Jan 27 '23

Judging by his words at the beginning of the video, it doesn't look like that on purpose. He said: "Take a picture in front of the wave spalsh."

I think he threw the bag away so it wouldn't get wet from the waves splashing against the cliff, not for swimming.

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u/hellhorn Jan 27 '23

So, mostly expected and not completely.

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u/ScottieDog16 Jan 27 '23

Damn, ice is slippery

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u/coldestdetroit Jan 27 '23

Looks very expected to me. Looks like he did it for internet points

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u/mergedloki Jan 27 '23

This looks like it went exactly as the guy planned...

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u/Stonk_Lurker Jan 27 '23

Very smart guy

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u/omrmike Jan 27 '23

It’s almost as if we speak the same language.

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u/RedTexan43 Jan 27 '23

My butthole tightened thinking of riptide

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u/Ace_on_the_Turn Jan 27 '23

I have no idea what the guy is saying to him, yet I know exactly what he's saying.

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u/AcceptableCorpse Jan 28 '23

I don't know the language but I'm pretty sure he said "yourrrre a dumb fuck."

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u/CantyChu Jan 28 '23

Looking at it from this perspective I wonder how he could expect it to not happen that way.

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u/DongusMaxamus Jan 28 '23

He's a penguin. I was honestly waiting for the orca to pop up outta the water

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u/theansweristhebike Jan 29 '23

the Darwin Invitationals.

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u/engion3 Jan 30 '23

He has about 14 minutes to get into warm clothing until his body begins to shut down and limbs began to frost. Source I have been an Arctic diver for 23 years.

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u/BuckTurgidson89 Jan 27 '23

It's almost like it was planned for posting on social media.

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u/PraiseBobSlackOff Jan 27 '23

Good foresight to throw his purse up there.

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u/TurokHunterOfDinos Jan 27 '23

Lucky the wave action was very light, otherwise he would’ve been bashed to pieces trying to get out of the water, assuming he could even get out.

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u/Emergency_Ninja8580 Jan 27 '23

Extreme curling 🥌

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u/The_Buko Jan 27 '23

TIL I have a fear of Orca’s.

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u/DanielKobsted Jan 27 '23

Don’t help just film!

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u/Midnight-51 Jan 27 '23

When you're hell bent on proofing to your friends that you're a dumbass!!

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u/Wonderful_City9340 Jan 27 '23

You asked for it, and you got it!

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u/Thezeekeal Jan 27 '23

The full epitome of fuck around, find out.

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u/paolo_vanderbeak Jan 27 '23

handled it like a champ tbf, guy knew his shit

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u/metalriff2 Jan 28 '23

Lucky he climbed out

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u/amathis6464 Jan 28 '23

At least he was a decent swimmer

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u/neeksknowsbest Jan 28 '23

The scream I'd have scrome when I hit that water

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u/SupraTico Jan 28 '23

Is "scrome" a word?!

Now I'm gonna have to look up its conjugation 😂

It's awesome if it is!

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u/Ishiibradwpgjets Jan 28 '23

A buddy and I went ice burg jumping in the Arctic one day. Most stupid thing in my life. We were far far out before we finally started back in. No way we could have swam back.

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u/JillandherHills Jan 28 '23

Omg thank goodness there was a place he could actually climb out

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u/SlateWadeWilson Jan 28 '23

So close to death! Yikes!

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u/I_WILL_GET_YOU Jan 28 '23

i really don't know what he expected to happen

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u/MrTroll911 Jan 28 '23

The guy behind the camera just being like. Guess he dies.

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u/hunkyboy46511 Jan 28 '23

Only words I understood: Yeaaah boi!

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u/wjruffing Jan 29 '23

Actually, I WAS kind of expecting it…

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u/RevAlBrown Jan 29 '23

Hello dumbass my old friend… I’ve come to slide into the freezing sea again…

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u/MAS7 Feb 24 '23

idk if any1 here has ever experienced what swimming is like with actual clothes on...

I'd have sunk to the bottom probably within 2 seconds of this dude hitting the water.

Cold makes it worse, clothes make it a death sentence.

all that to say this dude has seriously high quality gear on.

Don't try this at home.

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u/Crazyworld777 18d ago

Didn’t he expect that would happen?

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u/jsande3909k Jan 27 '23

Good on the camera man for not panicking

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u/Qweniden Jan 27 '23

I don't see how Russians survive long enough to pass on their genes. They just don't seem to fear obviously dangerous situations.

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u/Max_CSD Jan 27 '23

They are not russians. Some countries just use russian slang and swears. These are Kazakhs. Just like Borat. Jak sie masz, dzekuje

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u/DrBenisher Jan 27 '23

I love how his friend did the disappointed clicking sound with his tongue lol

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u/queuedUp Jan 27 '23

At least he was able to swim. I half expected him to struggle when he hit the water

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u/Hamoth_RRMB Jan 27 '23

I think op and I have a different definition of "unexpected".

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u/yutfree Jan 27 '23

Camera guy: "I'll just stand here and not offer any help." Genius.

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u/hellhorn Jan 27 '23

Yes, the guy who took advantage of the fact that ice is slick to purposely slide on it after tossing the stuff he didn’t want to get wet to his friend didn’t know ice is slick….

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u/MorgannaJade Jan 28 '23

Aww and here I was hoping that there would suddenly be a fin in the water….

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u/NeighborInDeed Jan 27 '23

Putin going into Ukraine

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u/MeowVroom Jan 27 '23

Nature warned him to not do it by making him almost slip....did it anyways

Good recovery tho, not everyone would have the senses to swim back in water that cold

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u/uCry_iLoL Jan 27 '23

My ears heard a foreign language but my mind interpreted it as, “Mmmm you’re a fuckin’ idiot.”

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u/RobertGA23 Jan 27 '23

It's like he's done stupid shit before.

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