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Freddie Woo says: I was once caught right in the middle of in an early morning high-speed 30-car pile-up on the M3, but emerged from the chaos in the only car not to have suffered a dent. My trousers told a different story, and learned that you *do* empty your bowels as Death's icy grip reaches out for you. Tell us about your audition for the Final Destination films.

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(, Thu 15 May 2014, 12:55)
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Cheap drill
rubbish story with no punchline but a few months I bought a really cheap drill but after only a few goes on it, the part which grips the drill bit exploded, sending pieces of steel rushing past my face.
I now intend to spend at least twice as much (£20) on my next one. Boy have I learnt my lesson.
(, Sun 18 May 2014, 21:56, 7 replies)
Alright Chuck.

(, Sun 18 May 2014, 22:16, closed)

China parts.
(, Mon 19 May 2014, 4:52, closed)
did you haha chuck it in the bin hoho

(, Mon 19 May 2014, 6:30, closed)
That's a
BIT silly!
(, Mon 19 May 2014, 10:47, closed)
I was disposing of an old flourescent light bulb
last weekend.

The bulb was twice the length of my recycling bin, so I absent mindedly smacked it with a lump of wood in the middle, so it would break and fit into the bin.

'Course, if I'd thought about it, I'd have remembered florescent bulbs are pressurised, not vacuumed like normal bulbs.

The resulting shower of tiny pieces of glass flying back at me managed to miss my face completely. I'm calling that one a close shave.
(, Mon 19 May 2014, 12:30, closed)
I think you're mistaken; they are below atmospheric pressure
However, I would be more worried about the mercury fumes you released.
(, Tue 20 May 2014, 3:46, closed)
You would have found work
as a Bond villain.
(, Tue 20 May 2014, 9:12, closed)

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