Do you think you could do it, OP?
If you do, that's cool.
Be sure to hurry with the captcha and shit if you're gonna post.
>not having a gold pass
are you people retarded?
"The impact from the fall kills 98 percent of people who jump or fall from the bridge, as they enter the water."
I live in sf and I knew a few robots who jumped the bridge, and none of them lived. The only survivor I've ever heard of became quadriplegic and finished the job later.
Op if you're serious about this just know that you WILL die, and it's going to hurt like a motherfucker. If you survive the initial impact, all your bones will shatter like glass.
While you struggle to keep yourself afloat with your fragmented spaghetti-like arms, your lungs will swell and fill with water and your head will feel like it's going to explode until you finally succumb.
People romantasize suicide by the gg bridge, but it's easily one of the most grotesque and painful ways to die.
If you jump for the Golden Gate you will most likely die, unless you land on a perfect angle, if the wind is on your side, if you're in a decent shape and if people see you and come save you before you drown or die from injuries/hypothermia.
You can survive but it's more likely you won't. I can't speak for other bridges but the GG is precisely famous for how "effective" it is.
all you have to do is wiggle off the nets. Its basically a thing to make people second guess themselves. Nearly everyone whos survived say they regret it as soon as they jumped off