YouTuber Shares Video Of Wife Falling Off A Cliff
YouTuber Shonduras has shared footage of the moment his wife fell off a cliff, as the pair tearfully recount the 'life changing experience'.
In the clip, the couple discuss the fall and the effect it's had on their life.
You can see them walking along a path in Hawaii, when his wife, Jenny, appears to stumble a bit and fall off the cliff - and I use that word in the loosest way possible.
She falls down, all in perfect shot weirdly enough, and lands on a beach. She looks a bit sore and probably has a few bruises. But that wasn't enough for the social media star - who then decided to film themselves talking about the effect it's had on their life.
The description under the YouTube video says that they wanted to share it so we can learn from their experience, and 'keep trying to make everyday in your life THE BEST DAY EVER'.
It reads: "This really was a life changing experience that has changed our perspective on life, family, and each other. To not let the little things get to us and to really appropriate the time we have together."
I mean, if a slip down a slope can give you that much, then more power to you, pal.
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Predictably, the internet hasn't been quite so understanding, with people accusing the pair of being 'melodramatic' for clicks. I didn't say it.
One Youtube user wrote: "Seriously? When I was a teenager I fell off the top of a friend's barn onto concrete. That's about 30 feet. This fall was what? Maybe 6 feet? We jumped (and fell) further than this from the top of playground equipment in the 70s and 80s."
Another commented: "I mean did we have to see this? People are so thirsty for attention."
Someone else posted: "Was it worth becoming a meme? This will follow you..."
People are also questioning whether it was an 'accident'. Surely you wouldn't throw yourself down a hill for attention, would you?
Another user said: "Nice to see the camera kept steady and filming while a so called loved one takes a nasty fall, have to make sure you do the important things first," with someone else saying: "Why are they being so dramatic? She was in very little danger of dying."
Melodramatic or not, anything that can make you appreciate what you have more is worth it - I probably wouldn't advise jumping off a cliff though.
Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Shonduras