How interesting. You ask that I review the meanings of fear and common sense, and then suggest you won't participate in any further discussion. I'm not sure what suggests to you that you are entitled to make such requests of forum members, but I thought it might be interesting.
Fear: an unpleasant often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger
Common Sense: "as Einstein has pointed out, common sense is actually nothing more than a deposit of prejudices laid down in the mind prior to the age of eighteen." Lincoln Barnett, in The Universe and Dr. Einstein.
I suggest my use of the word 'fear' is entirely appropriate.
Too often in this thread there have been dogmatic pronouncements about the danger of jeans, some with an attempt at explanation. But few appear to me to have grappled with the evidence that there have been experienced pilgrims who have successfully, and apparently safely, walked in jeans.