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» Schadenfreude

Its true..
The best things in life are free :)

Best of which are people falling over (judge me if you wish, an old lady to a young sprog, any falling over will be laughed upon)

First that jumps to mind however I was at bus station in 'trampton, few people there of course, and saw an old school friend with a mate of mine.

Bus pulls up and little old lady goes to get on first. I'm still not sure how she pulled it off, but as she was stepping on to the bus she got her foot under the step instead of on it.....

she doesn't realise this and proceeds to push her body weight forwards, then as if I slowed down time itself, she fell to the right without even trying to stop her self...big splat

I nearly haemorrhage by laughing so hard, and a black woman walks over to us and shouts at us to pick her up (walking past her to get to us mind), I can barely stand let alone help the injured, so me old mate has to help this poor soul up and on too the bus.

About five years ago that was, i still piss myself when I think of it again :D:D
(Thu 17th Dec 2009, 13:27, More)

» The most childish thing you've done as an adult

Wanted...Deadly killers
Just after Wanted had come out at the cinema's (which I still bum to an unbelievable standard), me and my mate at B&Q used to stand down aisles and pretend to curve bullets at each other and you had to be shot and killed in a crazy way if they curved a bullet at you first.

Most entertaining when he's serving a customer and has to spin round with an ARRGHH before returning to the help desk as if nothing has happened.

I also do this on my own round partially open doors with the premise... If there was a guy behind that door PACHOW... dead hee hee

For some reason I've started pushing my hand out towards closed doors like Robert Downey Jr in Ironman on the hope that a huge blast flies out and blows the door apart

I love my imagination :D

P.S. First post I love you guys mucho long time xx
(Tue 22nd Sep 2009, 13:07, More)

» Unusual talents

I havent
Hiccuped in two years.

I can strangely control many bodily reflexes and functions by simply thinking about them and turning them off, e.g sneezes, hunger, sleep and currently working on pain control.

So far...thumbs up!
(Sun 21st Nov 2010, 13:43, More)

» "You're doing it wrong"

Apparently your not meant to eat the skin but I really quite like it, gives you more of an oral workout than an apple so maybe you should start to eat it to....pansies

P.S. I keep getting told that writing on the back of my hand will give me ink poisoning, ten years on and I don't bleed the stuff and my wangle hasn't turned into a BIC biro, I think my point is proven.
(Fri 16th Jul 2010, 16:02, More)

» Bizarre habits

Not entirely sure why but whenever I buy Skittles I have to pour them into a mug and put them into the fridge. Then upon cooling they crunch a lot better and I can drink them like a sparkly brew!

Might have stemmed from getting various coloured fingers when scrabbling round in the packet.

Also my ex's mate would shout "Mini!" whenever she saw said car and then punch everyone in the vicinity (people she knew of course), which when you haven't been told about this and you get a swift thump and a shout in the ear is a bit freaky.
(Thu 1st Jul 2010, 20:22, More)
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