Dating for firefighters Skype hukups
We train endlessly in fake buildings in conditions that simulate fires until it's almost second nature (like tying your shoe), but nothing can truly prepare you for the first time you run into an actual burning house. You're surrounded by crackling and popping, the bang of lightbulbs exploding, the hiss of steam, and suffocating heat, which gets so bad that sometimes our sweat evaporates and burns us. In movies there are always pretty, bright flames that help the hero see where they're going. We have to navigate by touch, but we wear heavy gloves so it's hard to tell what we're feeling.
We're the ones who get called out when a guy has managed to trap his dick in an unwise place, like a vacuum cleaner nozzle.
We discussed how difficult it can be dating in the EMS/Fire world.Â An outsider would think, â€˜Hey, youâ€™re around all of these hot guys all the time, it must be easy to find someone.â€Â Well, the answer is yes and no.
My mum and stepdad had just finished renovating the house but by the time the fire was put out it was damaged beyond recognition.
It needed a new roof and my mum’s precious record collection had turned into molten plastic.
My friends thought I was mad but my family cheered me on.
In the back of my mind were the heroes in yellow helmets who’d come to our rescue all those years before.