Joined: 21-October 04
From: Venus' shell...^^
Member No.: 1,504
Dang, once when I was 10, I was so tired... and the sun was so hot... and the clear glass wall was sooooooooo shiny and clean... I was so dazed that I thought there was no wall, and walked right smack into it...
I bounced off like a basketball and collapsed onto the floor... It was sooooooo embarrassing... people had to help me up and ask if I needed to go to the clinic...
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Joined: 1-January 05
From: BC, Canadia
Member No.: 4,843
Just remembered a pretty strange story:
It was raining, but I had some place important to go, and didn't have the car. So I biked. I didn't really mind that, except that there was a ginormous hill I had to get over to get where I was going.
I had been sick for a while earlier, but I was feeling pretty much fine, and I gunned it for most of the hill. I was breathing pretty hard at the top, and turned onto another street. I started feeling really....well it's hard to explain. The exhaustion hit me all at once I think, my heart was pounding, and I felt so nauseous like I never had before. All I wanted to do, at that point was make it stop.
I stopped, and leaned over the handle bars, which seemed to help the slightest bit. I don't remember what happened then, but I woke up with the bike on top of me, and I was lying on the side of the road in a puddle. A car had pulled up beside me, and the man was asking if I was alright. My head seemed to all at once kick in and the "rest" having done me wonders of good, I tried to spare myself some embarassment. I quickly got up, and said "I'm fine, just a little tired, guess I over did it." He gave me an incredulous look, but said "take it easy, if you're going to lie down, maybe you should do it on the grass, this isn't very safe." and continued on.
I continued on, to no ill effects...
I suppose a combination of my having been seriously sick beforehand, and the stupidly high hill brought it on, but I really don't know to this day...
I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time. I think I've forgotten this before
Joined: 5-January 05
From: Among Fools
Member No.: 5,135
ok, two things, one, every year there's a county fair and I brough my riding instructiors pony to do the horse games (racing around poles and stuff) and I've been riding a couple of years and doing great. so I was talking with my freinds all the times we fell off for stupid reasons when we started, and me being cocky said "hell after all that I'm never falling off again" famous last words...
the very next class I raced back towards the finishline and there were two ways to go: the gate whcich would mean smashing into the people leaning on it or the othe lide of the ring where I had time t oslow down. but my pony REALLY wanted to go towards the gate so he went right.. and I went straight, right into a fence post, in the mud. teh highlight of the fair
second time was on the same pony on a droup trailride. I was just talking with a few freinds in the back then all of a sudden tique (my pony) gallops off and throws me right into a tree. when I come to, there were two guys on the trail with us and everyone kept asking whether i was allright or not repeatedly I mean come on I HIT A BLOODY TREE FACE FIRSAT DO I LOOK ALLRIGHT TO YOU!?!?!
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Joined: 9-January 05
From: Up, Down, All Around!
Member No.: 5,368
Haha, perhaps. biggrin.gif I only bring my wrath upon those who I deem worthy.
on the other hand My most embarasing moment was at my house week before new years. My father was outside smoking a cigar. I go out to see what he is doing. He puffs smoke in my face. I have an asthma attack. I begin to run for my inhaler. I forgot the fact that I closed the sliding glass door behind me. BAM!!! Like a bug on a windshield. Fourtunatly I didnt break the glass. By the time I hit the ground I was laughing so hard it made my asthma attack worse. I the went in poped a few tylenol. Used my inhaler and went to bed felling drunk(my inhaler's side effect)
Another strange story was when i was 3. I was playing on the playground. I missed a monkey bar and hit a rock with my chin. I busted it open. (BIG MyStErY) I did NOT cry. Later thtat day I have to have 13 stitches. They hurt more the opening it in the first place. Three days later I picked the stitches out. I had to have 15 more stitches. Once again the stitches hurt more than opening it. WeIrD aInT iT?
Joined: 18-January 05
From: Melbourne, Australia
Member No.: 5,948
This wan't really an embarassing moment cause i didnt know what I was doing. But some people hang it against me.
When I was about 3 everyone was looking at a hole at kreish and they all went back inside except me, I was hiding behind the slide. I don't know why I did this but I took all my clothes off, escaped through the hole and went running naked in the streets.