SARAH: What's your number?
ALLEN: I'm number seven. What about you?
ALLEN: Hah hah! You have to go before me. Hah hah hah!
SARAH: You think it's funny. I'm terrified.
ALLEN: Don't worry. It's safe.
SARAH: But I've never jumped off anything in my life.
The highest thing I've jumped off is my bed. I'm scared.
ALLEN: You are the one who wanted to come here, Sarah. You should enjoy it.
SARAH: I guess I'm adventuresome, but then I'm scared too.
ALLEN: I'm not too scared. But I've done sky diving before.
SARAH: Really? When?
ALLEN: I did it about two years ago. In Montana. It was great.
SARAH: Weren't you scared?
ALLEN: Of course. But if you go with an established company, you're usually safe.
SARAH: Is this bungee company established?
ALLEN: Well, I know it has been in business at least a year.
And only four people have died.
SARAH: Four people?
ALLEN: I'm just kidding. Don't be so nervous.
SARAH: I don't like jokes like that.
I have heard about real cases where people died bungee jumping.
ALLEN: Yes, I have too. But that was in the beginning of the sport.
Now things are better.
SARAH: I remember one woman died because she lied about her weight.
They set the equipment for a lighter person, and she hit the ground.
ALLEN: I've heard about that one too.
That was in a kind of fair, I think. In Florida.
SARAH: I'm glad we're over water here.
ALLEN: Just don't lie about your weight. Or you will come up with fish in your mouth.
SARAH: You are not funny today. Wait! Did he just call number five?
ALLEN: Yes, you're up. Good luck.
SARAH: Oh, my God! I can't believe I'm going to do this.
ALLEN: Catch me a big fish, alright?
SARAH: Shut up, Allen! Just shut up!