Danger is entirely subjective - What may be to one, May be not to another. For example; Sausages. In the right hands, wholly innocent, But in others, a risk not worth
taking. The same goes for umbrellas. Perfect against the rain, Until... A malignant force grasps hold of fate, And batters the unfortunate user.
Many a true soul has been lost. Other things are more obvious - Lightening, sharks, and bonfires. Automatically you are on your guard, Automatically you can smell the danger.
It's the same danger mum warned you about, The same fear as that of running with scissors, Or the fable of the boy in class, Who once rocked too far on his chair, And hit his head on a radiator... ...and never recovered.
Or so your primary school teacher said. No, it is the subtle dangers that really get you, Shoe strings and peanut butter. Puddles and stepping stones. Swings and roundabouts. Those are what really hurt.