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By LETMEOUT! - / Monday 18 September 2017 04:30 /
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By  Tripartita  |  44

You've got to be confident around lifts; those magnificent metallic steeds can sense your anxiety. Place a hand gently on the wall, speak affectionately, and /avoid the bewildered stares of fellow passengers/.

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By  Tripartita  |  44

You've got to be confident around lifts; those magnificent metallic steeds can sense your anxiety. Place a hand gently on the wall, speak affectionately, and /avoid the bewildered stares of fellow passengers/.

By  Tripartita  |  44

You've got to be confident around lifts; those magnificent metallic steeds can sense your anxiety. Place a hand gently on the wall, speak affectionately, and /avoid the bewildered stares of fellow passengers/.

By  Needafarm  |  22

My cousin hates the elevator/lift in her university and had a few boxes she was trying to get to her floor. I told her to put the boxes in there and send the elevator/lift up to her floor and wait for it to arrive. It worked for her as has continued to work. Try that next time.

By  SneezyBear  |  25

You know, it's pretty safe being stuck in a lift. Nobody realises that it's getting in and out of the lift that's the scary part. That second where you walk through the doors - if there's a malfunction and the lifts suddenly move up or down right as you're in the doorway, you might end up being on several floors at once, if you get my drift. Has actually happened several times in the past. (not for the faint hearted - google at your own peril). There, now you don't have to be afraid of being *inside* the lift. You're perfectly safe until you brave the doorway. Doesn't that feel better? :D

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