I love to go bungee jumping, jump out of planes, ride motorbikes, do kickboxing. I love all that stuff.

— Catherine Bell

Unconventional Bungee quotations

I don't like bungee jumping, but I do like skiing.

I have no fear of death, so I don't think about it.

I love the adrenalin kick that danger brings. Others get their kicks bungee jumping from tall buildings. I'm very, very competitive. I want to be the best at everything I do. It's not driving - it's everything - it might be playing my guitar, I try to be the best at it as I possibly can.

By the second tour I had rice cakes and hummus with me, and I was jumping rope in my room.

The only exercise I excel at is jumping to conclusions.

Oh I've done bungee jumping. Skydiving, I have motorcycles that I ride. I'm a little bit of an adrenaline junkie in that way.

Nate Robinson has a lot of jumping ability, but I don't see Josh losing.

I can be a little bit outrageous. I can be a lot of things. I'm a bit of an adrenaline junkie, so I love to go out there and do kind of crazy stuff which is slightly outrageous, like bungee jumping, skydiving, surfing and that sort of stuff. But I also like to just chill with my friends and go and see movies and do normal things.

Hearing people clapping draws you in pretty quick.

It's like bungee cord jumping - it's a rush; you just want to do it again.

I conquered a fear of heights and water by bungee jumping from a crane over a lake. And if thats not crazy enough, I also wrestled a greased pig in a mud pit.

I enjoy the risk of bungee-jumping. I used to pay money to do it. Now, it's the opposite. I get paid to do action.

I like doing things that scare me. I went bungee jumping, but sky diving is just the sickest thing.

I've done plenty of daredeviling - from white-water rafting to bungee jumping.

But I think the most fearless was hosting the Emmy Awards. It was overwhelming, and I definitely had to leave fear at the door.

You got me stranded on the bungee tower of love.

Eating wheat, like ice climbing, mountain boarding, and bungee jumping, is an extreme sport. It is the only common food that carries its own long-term mortality rate.

I'm not planning to jump off a bridge with no bungee.

I tried to hang myself with a bungee cord. I kept almost dying.

I have a lot of brothers. It's easy for me to do physical stuff. I had to survive. I really love it, and I'd love to do more of it. I want to do action films. I want to go and hang off of wires, and jump off of bridges, and hang on bungee cords. I've always really loved it.

I want to do some things before I have children, because when I have children it's not going to happen. I've done bungee jumping, I've done the running with the bulls, I guess sky diving is the last thing on my list.

When we live up to our Constitution, let's form a Conga line around the Capitol and bungee jump off the dome.

I'm widest awake as a writer doing something new, engaged in a process I'm not sure I can finish, generating at the edge of my powers. Some people bungee jump; I write.

One phrase you don't want kicking off your obituary is, Never, in the long history of bungee jumping.

I don't know if you'll see me jumping out of planes anytime soon.

The Golden Gate Bridge should have a long bungee cord for people who aren't quite ready to commit suicide but want to get in a little practice.

People often assume I assume I am a thrill seeker, but I am not.

I do not enjoy roller coasters, and you won't find me bungee-jumping. ... It is a disadvantage that my pursuits are inherently dangerous. A large part of my effort is to reduce risk.

I know what my comfort zones are. But without a back-up, I will never step out of my comfort zone. I don't go bungee jumping; I won't jump from the third floor without a safety net. I don't do such things. That's not my personality type.

As we watch TV or films, there are no organic transitions, only edits.

The idea of A becoming B, rather than A jumping to B, has become foreign.

I never went bungee jumping. The closest I did was I was born.

By 78 you've done everything you're going to do.

If you haven't bungee-jumped by the time you're 78 you're not going to do it.

Hosting the Oscars is pretty much the scariest thing you can do.

To me, this is right up there with bungee jumping!

What excites me is danger! I like to do daring things.

I've bungee jumped three times. The only thing I haven't tried is skydiving.

I've been sky-diving three times. I would go right now if someone told me the plane was about to take off. I love it. I'm an adrenaline junkie. I don't want to go bungee-jumping.

I prefer to scare myself in the ordinary ways, Daddy.

Like letting my children cross the country for college. Why bungee jump when you can put a kindergartener on a school bus? Now, that's real terror.

I think you're the sort of person who finds money on the ground and waves it in the air and asks if anyone has lost it. I think you cry in movies that aren't even sad because you have a soft heart, though you don't let it show. I think you do things that scare you, and that makes you braver than those adrenaline junkies who bungee-jump off bridges.

I might have tried bungee jumping, until I saw that video of that guy whose cord came untied. He didn't know it 'till he hit the ground. Oh, he flew off that tower, hollering at his buddies. "Whoo, check me out, dudes! Oh, that ground is coming up..." WHAM! And what do you say, if you're the operator of that ride, to the next guy in line? "All right dude, you're up."