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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?

Suggested by althechristmasgeordie

(, Thu 17 Dec 2009, 12:05)
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schadenfreuded right in the arse
after spending the week laughing at everyone elses' stories, i decided to visit my aunt this evening. walking to the car, i put one foot on the tarmac of the carpark. that foot didn't stay there. that foot slipped, went right up in the air and the other foot followed it. before i knew what was going on, i was lying flat on my back in the carpark, laughing uncontrollably. one of my neighbours tried to ask if i needed help, but he was laughing so much, he couldn't breathe, let alone speak! i got myself off the floor.
my arse really, REALLY hurts.
(, Wed 23 Dec 2009, 20:38, 4 replies)
I slipped twice yesterday.
Faceplanted on the ice on the way to work, and landed on my arse on the way home from work. Double fail.
(, Wed 23 Dec 2009, 22:36, closed)
you remind me of terry pratchett's monstrous regiment
which i have just read for the third time
(, Thu 24 Dec 2009, 23:03, closed)
Mum did exactly the same last night
Laughed my arse off before helping her up. Why when your older does falling over seems to hurt more than when you were little?
(, Thu 24 Dec 2009, 11:10, closed)
because your bones aree more brittle
and i'm not old nut i am drunk
(, Thu 24 Dec 2009, 23:02, closed)

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