I think I have an adrenaline addiction, no question about that.
I would have probably stolen cars - it would have given me the same adrenaline rush as racing.
Performing on stage is addictive. The adrenaline rush is exhilarating. When I stop touring for a couple weeks, I get antsy.
Problem-solving, inventing, hacking and coding is more of an adrenaline rush of endorphins rather than a feeling.
When you do comedy shows, you usually don't finish until about 11 P.M. Then you have this adrenaline dump, and you get hungry.
Adrenaline is wonderful. It covers pain. It covers dementia. It covers everything.
On the adrenaline level, the excitement from landing a jump and hooking a big bass are similar.
I'd gone from being a normal HR worker from Hull to being recognised in the street, being on TV. As much as it was exciting, thrilling, and a big, huge adrenaline rush.
I'm an incurable romantic. But I'm not an adrenaline junkie.
A huge adrenaline rush is usually followed by a pretty low point.
Oh I've done bungee jumping. Skydiving, I have motorcycles that I ride. I'm a little bit of an adrenaline junkie in that way.
I'm an adrenaline junkie but also a petrol head.
I'm an adrenaline guy. I like to do stuff that gets my blood pumping, like roller coasters or jumping out of planes. I'm into all that crazy stuff.
The regular season is awesome. It's fun. But postseason, that intensity and adrenaline you get from it is a lot.
A myth is a lie that conceals or reveals a truth. But if it reveals even a strand of history or truth, that's what gets my adrenaline going.
In Adrenaline Mob, I'm not the leader, but I'm on the board of directors, and that's OK. I'm not stressing out over every detail. I'm sharing the load.