Skydiving

Jane and Dave talk about skydiving.

Skydiving
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Dave: Jane, I heard you went skydiving again last weekend. Don't you ever get scared?

Jane: Scared? No way! It's the most exhilarating feeling in the world.

Dave: I don't know. It just seems a bit crazy to me. Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane.

Jane: (laughs) Yeah, I've heard that before. But Dave, you should try it sometime. It's a rush like no other.

Dave: I don't think so. I prefer to keep my feet firmly planted on the ground.

Jane: Suit yourself. But you're missing out on an incredible experience. Once you've tried it, you'll be hooked.

Dave: I'll take your word for it. But I think I'll stick to less risky hobbies.

Jane: Fair enough. But for me, nothing beats the thrill of skydiving. It's like flying like a bird.

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