공화국의 영원한 주석
29th March 2005
No but seriously, that looks like it hurt like hell, could you breathe normally?
Actually as I got older, I couldn't breathe so well. I think before I had the operation to put the bar in my heart was pushed up about 4-5 inches above where it normally should've been. Crazy that it was all corrected in a 45 minute operation and another 45 minute operation 3 years later to pull the bar out.
'Aurora-[NZ'] Well, once, I was running down a street and nuclear bomb blew up 10 feet from me. I was OK though.
:lol:. I told them not to run around the new mexican desert!
I am not sure if you can condier this an injury but it hurt. I was on vacation at virgina beach when I was 12. It was constantly 85 to 90 down there and I went to the beach for a few days. I did not take a shower for 4 days. Well all the sand, the heat, and lack of showering gave me a bad case of chapped skin around my family jewels. From then on I took a shower every day.
'Aurora-[NZ']Haha i'm loving how the posts are getting more and more grousome and eggsagerated over top of each other. Well, once, I was running down a street and nuclear bomb blew up 10 feet from me. I was OK though. Heh j/k.
Yes, because nothing bad ever happens to anyone and Russians don't mix vodka and projectile weapons.
It is said the most painful thing one can do... is stand barefoot on an upturned plug. Of course for you Europeans and Americans, you must understand that in Britain we have 3-pin plugs, so the will actually sit on the floor with the pins pointing directly up.
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
Plug for what? Electrical cord? That''s always bad. Oh, one injury that was pretty bad, aside from the whole sliding glass door thing mentioned eariler, was when I stepped on a sewing needle. It went through my left index toe(the toe that would be your index finger), making a little tent of the skin on the other side. what hurt about it was that it went straight through the bone. That nuke blowing up 10 inches from me was nothing compared to that!(It was a small nuke)
I was born with a Hernia and I had to have a Tearduct added to my left eye, I was born with that to. Also, when I was 5 years old, I was walking on the brick edge of my Fire Place and slipped and fell. I cracked my head open on the corner and had to have stitches and I can still feel my scar.
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
I think most people can still feel the scars, but that's just not fair. Being born with a hernia? That's what you get when you are 50, and tried to move a box without assistance!
Heh, I was to young to remember it, but it's not like it's totally out of the ordinary for an infant to be born with hernia's. Quite a few are.
Aphotic OneI had to have a Tearduct added to my left eye, I was born with that to.
i have a friend who didn't have both tearducts. he could shoot mucus out of his eyes. he had them added too though, so he can cry now :rolleyes:
anyways, i hit my head quite hard twice. once when i was in kindergarten. i actually wrote a short story-type thing about it for school last year. i'll attach it, read it if you like, i'll give the basics here. i was pushed off one of those little play structures. i still remember that little bastards name... Jay Jay.... anywho, that's a personal matter i will deal with at some other time. the second time was in 8th grade, the second to last day of school. (i wrote a paper about this too) but i had my yearbook and we (whole 8th grade) were in the gym. my friend was hitting me the whole time we were there, it was a girl, so i didn't hit her back, but as we were leaving, i ran towards her, jumped and tried to hit her in the breast while flying through the air, but this didn't turn out so well.... apparently, my leg wrapped around hers (?? dunno how) and then i hit the brick wall quite hard, with a "thudding sound" according to her. i was out for about 10-15 seconds, then my arms and legs were moving uncontrollably. someone asked my if i was alright, and i could respong with "no". oh, and everything was spinning and blurred when i regained consiousness. my mom thinks it was a seizure. i really don't know what to believe. i don't even really remember a lot from middle school anymore.
anywho, those are my worst really. never broken a bone, never sprained anything (i think i once jammed my finger playing soccer though), never fractured anything, never been stung by a bee or a wasp... overall, for the stupid shit i do, i'm pretty damn lucky
Besides cracking my head open on my fireplace, I have never broken a Bone. I've tried, but I just can't!
From your story, I'm not so sure why the Kid actually pushed you off. Is there a story to that part as well?