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mopomoko:

When I lived in Barbados, my family’d go to the beach every weekend or so. A couple of times we went to Bathsheba—it borders the Atlantic Ocean and the waves are much bigger and rougher. 
I’m used to getting tumbled by waves but it was insane how fast and strong they were coming in. I remember briefly getting sucked under and thinking very clearly drowning must been like that, except longer.
Much later I found out that panic attacks feel an awful lot like drowning.

mopomoko:

When I lived in Barbados, my family’d go to the beach every weekend or so. A couple of times we went to Bathsheba—it borders the Atlantic Ocean and the waves are much bigger and rougher. 

I’m used to getting tumbled by waves but it was insane how fast and strong they were coming in. I remember briefly getting sucked under and thinking very clearly drowning must been like that, except longer.

Much later I found out that panic attacks feel an awful lot like drowning.

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wellsoundtradskin:

My ‘English August Bank Holiday Weekend 3’ - A visit to The (not so, lol) Secret Nuclear Bunker, at Kelverdon Hatch, Near Chelmsford, Essex.

This ‘secret’ underground bunker was constructed at the beginning of the ‘cold war’ period, it has the capacity of keeping 600 ‘key…’ personnel alive in the event of a nuclear bomb(s) falling for up to 3 months, I’ll let you form your own judgement on this… 

It even had it’s own BBC TV Studio!