Dotsie wrote:Pfft, you're just making stuff up. Everyone knows that children are little angels who are grateful for the sacrifices you make for them
BobtheDrog wrote:off the top of my head there were a couple of incidents playing cricket. Both were pretty dumb in that I ended up pretty bashed up, once when facing a very mediocre slow bowler while batting I managed to edge the ball so that it hit me just over my right eye. Another occasion while in the field the ball went past me at speed and too far away for me to get to but not wanting to get abused by my teammate for not trying I dived towards it and ended up landing on my shoulder and compacting the rotator cuff
wicked woman wrote:Dotsie wrote:Pfft, you're just making stuff up. Everyone knows that children are little angels who are grateful for the sacrifices you make for them
Funniest quote on here.
Dotsie wrote:Is that my dumbest moment then, do you think?
Penfold wrote:I was sitting in a high inspectors chair supervising a trainee dealer when he fumbled the spin. Being inexperienced, he just froze in horror as the ball slowly bobbled around the wheel, rather than announcing loudly "NO SPIN" and grabbing the ball before it dropped in a number. I tried telling him to grab the ball a couple of times but was met only with a look of blank, terrified, non-comprehension. As a result it was left to me (and because I didn't have time to climb down off the high-chair), I leant over to grasp the ball. Unfortunately, a combination of physics and gravity caused me to overbalance and fall head-first into the wheel myself. Fortunately, the only thing hurt was my pride and the sides of the customers laughing at my predicament.
Who's Wee Dug wrote:When I was at Westfields shopping one time, I was leaving this large store and walked straight into the window which I thought was an open doorway , much to the amusement of some school kids walking past, my nose was sore for a couple of days.
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