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Accidents involving getting hit somewhere that really hurt!!!
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Well, I get hit with strokes of clumsy every once in a while.

Hmm there was this time when I was seven and we were adding a second floor to our house. I wasn't supposed to be there, it was a construction site after all. I tried scaling the stairs that didn't have proper steps. I accidentally kneed a screw sticking out from a plank and ripped up a 4 cm flesh wound. And since I felt guilty about having been there in the first place I went back down and limped to the backyard where I sat myself down and covered my knee so that no one could see what I'd accidentally accomplished. Couldn't hide the blood and was found out. >_>

Then I almost drowned shortly after that trying to somersault in the bathtub.

and the time I slit up my hand on a rusty nail that was on the backside of a tree trunk which I tried to descend like a firemans' pole from a cliff. It was a dare.

And once I completely shut the car door of my best friends dad's volvo over my thumb. I couldn't open the door to release my thumb so I had to quickly knock on the window to make sure they wouldn't drive off with me attached. Then I went inside and discovered how surprisingly difficult it was to untie my shoe laces without using my left thumb. I had a sleepover with that friend that night.

Then there was a time when I almost burned down our house.

And when my bicycle tires were flat, the bike decided to stay put by the curb while I flew over the handles, my shin landing right on a pole while the rest of my body hit the ground. That's when I found out what bone tissue looked like. But since I was on my way to rent a movie I went ahead and picked one out and rented it before I asked if I could borrow a phone. My dad knows me so well. I didn't even have time to explain what happened before he yelled "I'm on my way!"

Then there was this time during boxing practice where I accidentally dislocated my lateral mal... Something, but it jumped right back in somehow. And since it wasn't dislocated anymore I finished practice. Not the brightest idea if one were to judge based on the size of my foot the next day...

Then the class trip to Lübeck in 9th grade I thought the bus was driving away without me and my mates so while running after it it i accidentally tripped over my own feet and sprained my other foot. But since I thought I'd had worse pain I went ahead and walked all over Lübeck that night. Again, I found out the next day that hadn't been a good idea.

Besides that it's just general destruction of material objects in my path and occasional collisions with walls that are out to get me.

My mom thinks I have a serious disregard for physical pain. But I always wondered why despite all of my injuries she never once took me to the hospital. Except for that time I broke my big toe during gymnastics when I was 6.

Posted 12/30/11

NoaHHaoN wrote:

Well, I get hit with strokes of clumsy every once in a while.

Hmm there was this time when I was seven and we were adding a second floor to our house. I wasn't supposed to be there, it was a construction site after all. I tried scaling the stairs that didn't have proper steps. I accidentally kneed a screw sticking out from a plank and ripped up a 4 cm flesh wound. And since I felt guilty about having been there in the first place I went back down and limped to the backyard where I sat myself down and covered my knee so that no one could see what I'd accidentally accomplished. Couldn't hide the blood and was found out. >_>

Then I almost drowned shortly after that trying to somersault in the bathtub.

and the time I slit up my hand on a rusty nail that was on the backside of a tree trunk which I tried to descend like a firemans' pole from a cliff. It was a dare.

And once I completely shut the car door of my best friends dad's volvo over my thumb. I couldn't open the door to release my thumb so I had to quickly knock on the window to make sure they wouldn't drive off with me attached. Then I went inside and discovered how surprisingly difficult it was to untie my shoe laces without using my left thumb. I had a sleepover with that friend that night.

Then there was a time when I almost burned down our house.

And when my bicycle tires were flat, the bike decided to stay put by the curb while I flew over the handles, my shin landing right on a pole while the rest of my body hit the ground. That's when I found out what bone tissue looked like. But since I was on my way to rent a movie I went ahead and picked one out and rented it before I asked if I could borrow a phone. My dad knows me so well. I didn't even have time to explain what happened before he yelled "I'm on my way!"

Then there was this time during boxing practice where I accidentally dislocated my lateral mal... Something, but it jumped right back in somehow. And since it wasn't dislocated anymore I finished practice. Not the brightest idea if one were to judge based on the size of my foot the next day...

Then the class trip to Lübeck in 9th grade I thought the bus was driving away without me and my mates so while running after it it i accidentally tripped over my own feet and sprained my other foot. But since I thought I'd had worse pain I went ahead and walked all over Lübeck that night. Again, I found out the next day that hadn't been a good idea.

Besides that it's just general destruction of material objects in my path and occasional collisions with walls that are out to get me.

My mom things I have a serious disregard for physical pain. But I always wondered why despite all of my injuries she never once took me to the hospital. Except for that time I broke my big toe during gymnastics when I was 6.



I accidentally read this.....my brain hurts now.

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When I was five I fell down a set of stairs in a supermarket, well served me right for wanting to peak behind the door.
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I was riding my bike and my chain snapped or something. The side walk had trees, bushes, and dirt so it wasn't that bad of a fall except for the fact that my right shoulder slammed right into a tree.
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D01BCDN3 wrote:


NoaHHaoN wrote:

Well, I get hit with strokes of clumsy every once in a while.

Hmm there was this time when I was seven and we were adding a second floor to our house. I wasn't supposed to be there, it was a construction site after all. I tried scaling the stairs that didn't have proper steps. I accidentally kneed a screw sticking out from a plank and ripped up a 4 cm flesh wound. And since I felt guilty about having been there in the first place I went back down and limped to the backyard where I sat myself down and covered my knee so that no one could see what I'd accidentally accomplished. Couldn't hide the blood and was found out. >_>

Then I almost drowned shortly after that trying to somersault in the bathtub.

and the time I slit up my hand on a rusty nail that was on the backside of a tree trunk which I tried to descend like a firemans' pole from a cliff. It was a dare.

And once I completely shut the car door of my best friends dad's volvo over my thumb. I couldn't open the door to release my thumb so I had to quickly knock on the window to make sure they wouldn't drive off with me attached. Then I went inside and discovered how surprisingly difficult it was to untie my shoe laces without using my left thumb. I had a sleepover with that friend that night.

Then there was a time when I almost burned down our house.

And when my bicycle tires were flat, the bike decided to stay put by the curb while I flew over the handles, my shin landing right on a pole while the rest of my body hit the ground. That's when I found out what bone tissue looked like. But since I was on my way to rent a movie I went ahead and picked one out and rented it before I asked if I could borrow a phone. My dad knows me so well. I didn't even have time to explain what happened before he yelled "I'm on my way!"

Then there was this time during boxing practice where I accidentally dislocated my lateral mal... Something, but it jumped right back in somehow. And since it wasn't dislocated anymore I finished practice. Not the brightest idea if one were to judge based on the size of my foot the next day...

Then the class trip to Lübeck in 9th grade I thought the bus was driving away without me and my mates so while running after it it i accidentally tripped over my own feet and sprained my other foot. But since I thought I'd had worse pain I went ahead and walked all over Lübeck that night. Again, I found out the next day that hadn't been a good idea.

Besides that it's just general destruction of material objects in my path and occasional collisions with walls that are out to get me.

My mom things I have a serious disregard for physical pain. But I always wondered why despite all of my injuries she never once took me to the hospital. Except for that time I broke my big toe during gymnastics when I was 6.



I accidentally read this.....my brain hurts now.



The heck would you actually read this? Ah well, now you know my life's story. Not much else has happened. Happy New Year.

Posted 12/31/11

NoaHHaoN wrote:


D01BCDN3 wrote:


NoaHHaoN wrote:

Well, I get hit with strokes of clumsy every once in a while.

Hmm there was this time when I was seven and we were adding a second floor to our house. I wasn't supposed to be there, it was a construction site after all. I tried scaling the stairs that didn't have proper steps. I accidentally kneed a screw sticking out from a plank and ripped up a 4 cm flesh wound. And since I felt guilty about having been there in the first place I went back down and limped to the backyard where I sat myself down and covered my knee so that no one could see what I'd accidentally accomplished. Couldn't hide the blood and was found out. >_>

Then I almost drowned shortly after that trying to somersault in the bathtub.

and the time I slit up my hand on a rusty nail that was on the backside of a tree trunk which I tried to descend like a firemans' pole from a cliff. It was a dare.

And once I completely shut the car door of my best friends dad's volvo over my thumb. I couldn't open the door to release my thumb so I had to quickly knock on the window to make sure they wouldn't drive off with me attached. Then I went inside and discovered how surprisingly difficult it was to untie my shoe laces without using my left thumb. I had a sleepover with that friend that night.

Then there was a time when I almost burned down our house.

And when my bicycle tires were flat, the bike decided to stay put by the curb while I flew over the handles, my shin landing right on a pole while the rest of my body hit the ground. That's when I found out what bone tissue looked like. But since I was on my way to rent a movie I went ahead and picked one out and rented it before I asked if I could borrow a phone. My dad knows me so well. I didn't even have time to explain what happened before he yelled "I'm on my way!"

Then there was this time during boxing practice where I accidentally dislocated my lateral mal... Something, but it jumped right back in somehow. And since it wasn't dislocated anymore I finished practice. Not the brightest idea if one were to judge based on the size of my foot the next day...

Then the class trip to Lübeck in 9th grade I thought the bus was driving away without me and my mates so while running after it it i accidentally tripped over my own feet and sprained my other foot. But since I thought I'd had worse pain I went ahead and walked all over Lübeck that night. Again, I found out the next day that hadn't been a good idea.

Besides that it's just general destruction of material objects in my path and occasional collisions with walls that are out to get me.

My mom things I have a serious disregard for physical pain. But I always wondered why despite all of my injuries she never once took me to the hospital. Except for that time I broke my big toe during gymnastics when I was 6.



I accidentally read this.....my brain hurts now.



The heck would you actually read this? Ah well, now you know my life's story. Not much else has happened. Happy New Year.



Just that you had so many injuries. Wonder where else you have not yet injured yourself. Happy New Year.

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