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There's nothing like administering first aid to cyclist who has just spanged into the back of a milk float when you have tears of laughter running down your face. The world is just one long episode of You've Been Framed - when have you laughed at the misfortune of others?

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(, Thu 17 Dec 2009, 12:05)
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Not me laughing at others but others laughing at me
In Cornwall earlier this year, I'd just handed over a shiny £2 coin for an enormous ice cream. Two steps away from the parlour I put my tongue out for the first delicious lick of Cornish creamy goodness WHEN I WAS VICIOUSLY BITTEN BY A SEAGULL. ON THE TONGUE. My ice cream was covered in blood, my girlfriend, who span around to see what my yelp was for, sighed and said:

"What's wrong? Is it cherry sauce? Did you think it was raspberry?"

To which I replied:

"O. A 'eagull bi my thung"

Three Cornish children laughed at me in their thick accents as I stepped back to buy another one. I threw the ice cream at them but missed.
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 10:43, 11 replies)
I have read all of these posts
But this is the one that I am giggling at tlike a moron. Brilliant and click/
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 10:54, closed)
Curses! I shouldn't have been sipping tea when I read this! I now have to clean the keyboard!!!
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 11:15, closed)
I love it! my favourite so far.
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 11:38, closed)
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 13:34, closed)
by the way
were you in St Ives? The seagulls there are well known reprobates.

(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 13:36, closed)
It was Looe Bay
Lovely place but for the flying knives they call gulls
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 14:53, closed)
Picked up the baby
and flew off never to be seen again. FFS.
(, Fri 18 Dec 2009, 20:24, closed)
I live in St Ives and I'd just like to say that this is all completely true.
Many of my friends have been eaten by seagulls, and a gang of four of them once stole my car and drove it to Penzance, before smashing the windows and setting light to it.
(, Sun 20 Dec 2009, 14:08, closed)
Thank god our seagulls are shy in New Zealand, they'd never get that close to you here
(, Sat 19 Dec 2009, 3:12, closed)
but you have keas, who I've seen rip a car to bits.
(, Sun 20 Dec 2009, 14:24, closed)
My God
That makes me want to Crysis-grip the next seagull I meet and drop-kick it in the nuts...

Cheeky fuckers.
(, Tue 22 Dec 2009, 15:57, closed)

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