nefarious yeets asked 22 days ago

Are you a confident ladder-climber? I mean, do you proudly march up each step of the ladder, or do you ascend in small degrees like each step could be your last?

nefarious yeets

Are you a confident ladder-climber? I mean, do you proudly march up each step of the ladder, or do you ascend in small degrees like each step could be your last?

A little trepidatious, not too much.

Answered by inhahe

I'm kind of afraid to climb a ladder if no one is holding it in place. Once saw a guy fall off one and crack his ribs.

Careful either way

Answered by J1smith

I want me one of these. All ladder-based activities would be a doddle. https://digg.com/video/murphy-ladder-advertisement

Answered by Penelope

The more I get up and the more the ladder swings, the less secure I do feel and at the same rate my confidence is shrinking. ;)

Answered by Kate

No. I'm not confident. I'm afraid of heights and flimsy stuff under my feet. So everytime I have to climb one, my legs will shake and if I look up, I'll get dizzy

Answered by DUST

Well a lot of that depends on the ladder, if you got the 7.99 one from Walmart made of folded tinfoil that doesn't exactly inspire confidence

Each time I step on a rung, I shrink, and there's a new ladder (formerly tiny, now full sized) that spans between the rungs of the previous one.

>mon visage quand, of all the ladders to climb, I picked the fractal one

I put on a turban with a brightly colored plume and confidently jaunt up each rung.

Answered by LaDamaX

probably the ladder (GET IT?) bc I can't even remember the last time I've been on a real ladder. I am not very comfortable on them. I even quake in my boots a lil when I use my little stepstool to reach the top cabinets in my kitchen

Answered by slagathor

Not the most co-ordinated person on my feet, and being my size - falls would reeeallly hurt. So more of the latter - I avoid heights where I can (rollercoasters being the exception).

Answered by Pandy
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