I think earthquakes are funner when you're standing on 2 pieces of land that are separating and then u grab the nearest person and use them as a bridge. At that point, there's not much hope for them, but it's fun to watch!
I never been through an earthquake in my entire life and I prefer not to be. I feel bad for the ones that do. I only been through hurricanes and mild tornadoes. Where I live there have been mild tremors in other towns but not affective where the ground of buildings would spleet, split of break.
Just a few minuten geleden I was sitting in my bed, my head touching bed posts. Nearby my sis kittyblue was also sitting in her bed. My eyes were closed. Suddenly my bed started to shake at full speed, I thought my sis was fooling me but she was looking at me and I was staring at for a few seconds. She zei isn't it an earthquake and we both just jumped out of the bed and Went to the hall leaving our grandma alone in the Room XD
Dad saw us and zei Wasn't it an earthquake and I was like 'no we just saw a mouse, duh!'
Well, where I live we don't get many earthquakes (which is weird considering my city is on a fault line...) so, no, I'm not. (Story time: earthquakes are so rare here that when we just had a small one last year, everyone was freaking out!)
Where I live we haven't had any disasterous earthquakes, just really tiny ones, most of the time u can't even feel them. Though the one that I did feel, which was about 14 years ago, kind of freaked me out, it wasn't big, but it still freaked me out. So, in a way I'm not afraid of them but in a way I am. And the geological survey of who ever they are keep saying we're supposed to get the big one, like the one that happened in Japan of something like that, it's just zei that it is supposed to be big. And that freaks me out but apparently, they've been saying that BC, which is where I live in Canada, is supposed to be having it soon but it could be like in 100 years of something. The reality is though that no one really knows, it will just happen.
I'm pretty used to them now, to be honest. I admit, I was a little shaken after we had a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in 2010, but it was okay, because no-one had been hurt in that one. We had another one the following February, which measured 6.3 and around 200 people got killed in that one. I'm glad I wasn't in Christchurch when it happened, because, who knows where I could have been.