This diver stares into the jaws of death as he fends off a Great White shark, pushing its snout, then putting his hand in its mouth. These amazing pictures, taken from a nearby cage, were taken off Guadeloupe Island, Mexico by Don Carpenter
“Looks like a wren.” “It was tiny.” She formed a C with one hand. “Much smaller than the others.” Before Jim could protest, she posted two blackberries into his mouth. “Sounds about right.” He gulped back the tart juice.
You know, when you're drowning you don't actually inhale until right before you black out. It's called voluntary apnea. It's like no matter how much you're freaking out, the instinct to not let any water in is so strong that you won't open your mouth until you feel like your head's exploding. Then when you finally do let it in, that's when it stops hurting. It's not scary anymore. It's actually kind of peaceful. - Stiles Stilinski
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