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IHateSprouts tells us they once avoided getting caught up in an IRA bomb attack by missing a train. Tell us how you've dodged the Grim Reaper, or simply avoided a bit of trouble.

(, Thu 19 Aug 2010, 12:31)
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Not clumsy - just idiotic...
As previously mentioned sometimes not the sharpest biscuit in the sky.

Mid-teens I had a falling out with my so called friends, bad but no biggy get any room of hormonal sexually deprived 17 year olds and trouble will always loom.

The worst part of falling out with mates was the 5 mile walk home in the dark, in the drunk, and through countryside. My issue with walking is that it's boring - my issue with being bored (and drunk) is that I start to do things. So 10 minutes into my short cut (invented that day didn't really know the area too well) through delightful fields I encounter a lovely pylon, brilliant says my addled brain, it's just like a large climbing frame, I can be up that in a jiffy - so I did... I climbed, climbed until I reached the top... the cables make a lovely relaxing hum. It was then that I realised quite how stupid I was, so decided to take a walk on the motorway!

Yip, I climbed down and crossed the motorway, got lost but knew where the motorway went so walked down the hard shoulder.

Truly truly idiotic, I love watching these cops with cameras and cctv programs and flinch when I hear one of the dead kid on motorway stories.

Muchly lucky!
(, Wed 25 Aug 2010, 22:27, 4 replies)
It's rare I say this
But you are complete and total idiot.
(, Wed 25 Aug 2010, 23:05, closed)
I completly and utterly agree with
that, total absolute moron. Could have got fried then battered, every one knows you batter first.
(, Wed 25 Aug 2010, 23:27, closed)
Drink much
These days?
(, Wed 25 Aug 2010, 23:20, closed)
It's not excess of alcohol...
...so much that just a couple back in the day would completely liberate any form of sense, and in the case of the pylon, it was more to do with not seeing the danger.
(, Wed 25 Aug 2010, 23:29, closed)

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