Woman Shows Why Cliff Jump Isn’t As Scary As You'd Think But Viewers Still Terrified

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Woman Shows Why Cliff Jump Isn’t As Scary As You'd Think But Viewers Still Terrified

A woman on TikTok has revealed why a viral video of her leaping off a cliff isn't as scary as it first appears, but viewers were still left terrified.

You can watch the viral video below, along with what actually happened:


The TikToker posted the clip, originally as a funny response to 'when your friends want to talk about what happened at the bar last night'.


As shown in the first clip, @monicasanluiss appears to jump off a ridiculous high peak.

However, in a follow-up video, Monica reveals that, instead of jumping all the way to the bottom, there is a small ledge just below the cliff.

Credit: TikTok/monicasanluiss
Credit: TikTok/monicasanluiss

Despite giving the illusion away, users were still really scared by the idea of just flying off the cliff.


One user wrote: "Omg what happens if I miss the jump."

A second added: "Somehow I'll probably jump further and start rolling down."

A third said: "My ankle would fail me and I would see Jesus."

While a fourth concluded: "Oh nah. My palms are sweating (mom's spaghetti) just watching this."


Yeah, don't try this at home kids, or adults.

Credit: TikTok/monicasanluiss
Credit: TikTok/monicasanluiss

Combined, the two clips went viral and racked up over 6 million likes.

For those that prefer to use TikTok to learn health hacks rather than witness someone almost plummet from a cliff, Dr Anthony Youn, from Detroit, US took to the platform to showcase some tricks that might help you out in day-to-day life.


Firstly, if you feel like throwing up, to 'take a sniff of an alcohol swab'.

He said: "Doctors and nurses use it all the time to help with nausea."

Secondly, if you have trouble sleeping, the plastic surgeon said to: "Try a scoop of peanut better before going to bed, it contains tryptophan which will help you fall asleep."

According to, tryptophan 'plays a role in the production of serotonin, a mood stabilizer, melatonin, which helps regulate sleep patterns'.


He also said people who experience their arm going numb should try 'rocking your head from side to side a few times'.

The doctor added: "That's going to relax your neck and cause your arm to come back to life."

For stressed-out people he said to: "Close your eyes, inhale for a count of four, then exhale for a count of eight.

"Do that a few times and you're going to feel so much better."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/monicasanluis

Topics: TikTok

Anish Vij
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