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who else is clumsy?

FrogBurger
07-12-2007, 05:52 AM
I cant bikride for shit> I keep falling off my bike, people must think im drunk. who else is clumsy? I got injured a few weeks ago, taken a lot of knocks lately. fractured nose and knocked 2 bottom front teeth, which sucks. They say things happend in 2s or 3s so im gonna lay low for a bit. still gonna go surfing and ride my bike though. not complaining really just wondering if its something in the air< :)

Kristen
07-12-2007, 03:05 PM
Don't feel bad.

I often walk into parts of my home such as walls, benches, doors. Things that have always been there. I'm prone to losing my balance and tripping over my own feet/carpet/nothing from time to time.

Mistaflava
07-12-2007, 03:43 PM
:haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:



Do you have a pear stuck in your throat too?

FrogBurger
07-13-2007, 04:03 AM
Don't feel bad.

I often walk into parts of my home such as walls, benches, doors. Things that have always been there. I'm prone to losing my balance and tripping over my own feet/carpet/nothing from time to time.

thanks, im sure other people have accidents too. Im just supercareful now cause i have kids and dont like taking risks. I keep falling with my bike here on vacataion, the Dutch must think im a real clutz<

azza
07-13-2007, 04:56 AM
Im pretty clumsy and just unaware of my surroundings sometimes :o

Peta Pan
07-13-2007, 09:45 AM
At work they joke that they should use me as the official safety tester because I injure myself so often :o If something around the store is unsafe, I'm SURE to find it :sobbing:

I work in a supermarket and last Wednesday and the Wednesday before I sliced 2 different fingers with a carton cutter. A few months ago I whacked my head into the metal beaming in our storeroom while getting stock off a pallet.. so hard that I felt my brain shake. I had a 2 week headache. So one of the managers taught me how to use the pallet jack so I could pull the pallet out from underneath the metal beam before getting stock off it... so this Monday I rammed the pallet jack into the back of my ankle and it took about 5 layers of skin off and swelled up like a balloon :rolleyes:

wenty
07-14-2007, 01:08 AM
At work they joke that they should use me as the official safety tester because I injure myself so often :o If something around the store is unsafe, I'm SURE to find it :sobbing:

I work in a supermarket and last Wednesday and the Wednesday before I sliced 2 different fingers with a carton cutter. A few months ago I whacked my head into the metal beaming in our storeroom while getting stock off a pallet.. so hard that I felt my brain shake. I had a 2 week headache. So one of the managers taught me how to use the pallet jack so I could pull the pallet out from underneath the metal beam before getting stock off it... so this Monday I rammed the pallet jack into the back of my ankle and it took about 5 layers of skin off and swelled up like a balloon :rolleyes:

:eek: :hug:

Lee
07-14-2007, 02:25 AM
I burnt my right pointer this afternoon making lunch and burnt my right thumb tonight making dinner. :awww:

Richard_from_Cal
07-15-2007, 09:09 PM
I just tore my jacket getting up off of a hospital bench. ...My father used to say that I would leave my head behind, if it weren't bolted on...or somesuch.

Before I was twenty-one years and a day old, I had broken five of the six bones that comprise my ambulatory apparatus (all bicycle-riding versus automobile accidents,) and a 'greenstick' fracture of my radius and ulna.

Acquired a scuba diving license as a seventeen-year-old, fortunately I didn't have the money to pursue that hobby, or I'd probably wash up on the shore with a spontaneous pneumothorax, and a speargun fleche through my head, a la Steve Martin. :smash:

Naranoc
07-15-2007, 09:12 PM
Aside from regularly stubbing my toe, tripping up on my feet on the way to the stage in school assembly, and once walking into a glass door, I'm hardly clumsy :rocker2:

smitty8
07-15-2007, 09:24 PM
I am clumsy. If there is something for me to bump into, I'll hit it. I wind up with bruises and don't know how I got them. My clumsiness is due to a heart condition I was born with, it messes with my balance, and it's getting worse the older I get. The last time I rode a bike (and I will never ride one again), I rode it right into a bush on the side of the road, with all the traffic going by.

FrogBurger
07-16-2007, 09:38 AM
I have ripped the arm or shoulders of my dresshirts several times at work - there are metalic protectors used to save the wall during moving of furniture, i always rip my shirts on them.

Suzi
07-16-2007, 10:58 AM
yup im pretty clumsy i can fall UP stairs, fall over on FLAT surface, walk into a wall, I fall over loads bump into things and stuff but surprisingly aint broken anything YET :p

CooCooCachoo
07-16-2007, 02:15 PM
At work they joke that they should use me as the official safety tester because I injure myself so often :o If something around the store is unsafe, I'm SURE to find it :sobbing:

I work in a supermarket and last Wednesday and the Wednesday before I sliced 2 different fingers with a carton cutter. A few months ago I whacked my head into the metal beaming in our storeroom while getting stock off a pallet.. so hard that I felt my brain shake. I had a 2 week headache. So one of the managers taught me how to use the pallet jack so I could pull the pallet out from underneath the metal beam before getting stock off it... so this Monday I rammed the pallet jack into the back of my ankle and it took about 5 layers of skin off and swelled up like a balloon :rolleyes:

Peta :eek: :awww: :hug:

CooCooCachoo
07-16-2007, 02:15 PM
I am not overly clumsy; just a bit. I did manage to fall down the stairs in a crowded Parisian subway station last year. But these stairs were really slippery :p

'lisha
07-16-2007, 02:40 PM
I keep falling with my bike here on vacataion, the Dutch must think im a real clutz<

Don't worry... I'm Dutch, and I tend to fall off bikes aswell. :angel:
I once 'crashed' into a car, demolishing my front wheel. Very shortly after it was fixed, I had a clash with another cycler... I fell and ripped my pants (that I had bought the day before). Obviously the cycler I ran into didn't have a scratch :rolleyes:

ergo: Dutch can be clumsy with bikes too ;)

FrogBurger
07-17-2007, 06:30 AM
I am not overly clumsy; just a bit. I did manage to fall down the stairs in a crowded Parisian subway station last year. But these stairs were really slippery :p


That's kind of what happened to me, i think i lean forward too much which is why i fell on my face instead of my shoulder - oh well< :) :)