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January 3rd, 2008, 7:18 PM
I left a plug from my straightener facing up on the ground about fifteen minutes ago. I go to get my laptop, and boom. I step on the plug. It goes into my foot until it can go any further without going through a bone and leaves a bruise that now is shooting pain up to my knee. Haha not the first time I've done something that's gotten me hurt. In fact, I get hurt alot.

But that's the point. I get hurt alot. But what about you? What are some of your painful experiences that you want to share just to make things seem a little better? Heh, we've all had them, regardless how stupid or idiotic thy may be.

January 3rd, 2008, 7:36 PM
Ouchie, I sowwy i hate those stupid plugs >.< evil little boogersnots xP.

I've ran face first into poles, ran into a cabinet door handle while punching my dad leaving a HUGE bruise on the back of my upper arm, ummm and let's see oh yea a couple years ago i was screwing something into a wood board and the electric screwdriver (the huge black things for tool benches lol) slipped off the screw and went into my leg, bled for about 3 hours.

Meh, Must seem like i'm rambling but yea those are my worst and painful moments.

Tabby (Sahara_17)

January 3rd, 2008, 9:08 PM
What kind of plugs do you have? o_o;

I'm never seriously hurt; I bear good fortune about myself, I suppose. I also drink so much milk that my bones are probably like steel. xD

January 3rd, 2008, 9:24 PM
I get hurt, alot.

I once ran into a glass door, I thought it was open, I never broke the glass, but the glass broke me... I had a really bad headache and my arm had a huge bruise all up it (My arm whacked of the handle)

And when I was younger I was climbing something in my Nan's garden, after she told me not to (So it is my fault really) It was a rubbish heap, and I slipped and a broken tile lodged itself into my leg (The sharp part of the tile...) and then the tile got caught on something and tore a huge cut through my leg... Ouch...

Thing is, now I think about it I wasn't in pain.... but when I look back on it it seemed so painful, All I felt when it happened was a sting, and then the blood trickling down my leg XD

January 3rd, 2008, 10:04 PM
I am quite aware and alert in my surroundings, and my nape (back-part of the neck) cram up when there's an approaching vehicle from behind me.

But accidents are pretty normal though...
5th grade, the whole class played Volleyball (I hate that game), and the ball was flying in the air, ehading towards our side, I was up front, and the ball was going behind, and so, knowing that my other team will hit it, I just looked in front, and before I knew it, BANG! My team member hit the ball and headed staright towards my head! Ouch... >.<

I got fainted, though...
And when I woke up, I had some bandages around my forehead, and fmy friends told me that my head hit a rock after I fell (why was there a rock in the Volleyball court anyways?) :\

Oh well... The past... xD

January 4th, 2008, 12:16 AM
I think I got hurt... or not.

Well, when I was still young, I was staring at the view at our house... ( Our house has 2 floors ) I was on the cemented stairs and imaginig while the wind blew... And I didn't notice, I was already trembling ready to fall... and without balance...... yup, you guess it, I fall. I only remebered a painful headache and my whole body was very painful and I managed to stand up, then, my mom saw me standing up and she asked what happened, but then, I just staired her and smiled, it's "nothing"... Gee, am I plastic or what? anyway, nothing broken in my body parts, no bruise, but pain...

Second happened to me was I got electrified to the max.

I was ironing my uniform for school. I never thought the wire has a little hole showing the bronze thin thingy. I plugged it in the sign marked, 220v, yeah, and after I finished ironing, I touched the part where there's a hole in it, and the next thing I know is I was shaking to death! My hand was waving and the good thing is I dropped that nasty wire... And my hand was a little red in that time... whew, I would be crispy dead without dropping that... that's all.

Au Revoir...

January 4th, 2008, 2:04 AM
Yeah, in mid-September (I think :x) last year, I hurt my elbow really bad in judo. To make the story short: a guy tossed me, I somehow ended up in the air above my arm and I fell down while he still had a firm grip of my arm. I still have no idea of what happened, but I heard a nasty cracking sound and the next thing I know I'm laying down on the ground sweating like crazy and immobilized from pain. The rest of the evening was spent with a bag of ice wrapped around my arm. The next few days after that were hell - I could barely do anything with my arm and it was constantly aching and my elbow had swollen to double its size.

Luckily my elbow wasn't broken, but it still hasn't completely recovered. If I move it forcibly or put too much strain on it, it hurts a lot and I occasionally suddenly get odd numbness in my arm. It isn't too much of a problem anymore, but I have to be extremely careful with any physical activities that involve fast arm movements and such. :x

January 4th, 2008, 2:12 AM
WHen i was little i has stupid:

I had this like glass panel under my bed, so i took it out,

Put pillows in-between my mums bed and her wardrobe and put the panel on it...

Guess what i did?
Walked on it ^^

The glass broke, it slashed all up my legs and it took 2 months to heal,

Srtill have the scars!! :D

January 4th, 2008, 3:09 AM
Speaking of things going into feet, I stood on a sewing pin and it went Right inside, I swear it touched the bone. Pulling it out was more painful than it going in though :x

And when I was like 6 I was running down some dodgy stairs to a park but tripped and flew forwards. When i got up my legs were literally red, I had so many cuts and even more grazes, because some stupid yobs had thrown glass all about at the bottom :(

And this one time I got electrocuted in the pub, because they have a half cut off naked wire coming through the wall, but it's still receiving a feed, and I ended up putting my finger on it.

×× Nica2 ××
January 4th, 2008, 4:38 AM
I only really got hurt badly twice... and that was falling bikes. One time I did something to my thumb, and the other time... (which both were back in primary school days) I hurt my hand somehow and still have the mark on there. Oh, and my first dog when it was still alive tripped me over... and then ran back to me. I tend to walk into walls and doors and stuff alot during a day though. XD

January 4th, 2008, 5:05 AM
Was trying to catch a baseball and I think the sun got into my eyes.

Baseball ended up falling straight on my nose, and blood was gushing out. There was little pain, but the feeling of blood pouring out of your nose was not pleasant at all. Fortunately, nothing was broken and no permanent damage was done.

Haven't played baseball since then though, sticking to soccer :)

January 4th, 2008, 7:02 AM
Accidents? Plenty. The most notable one was when I ran full-speed into an iron grille in my house (ouch!) and crashed my head onto it. Hard. I needed a few stitches for that but the scar's barely visible now.

Another notable one was when I ran full-speed (again a running-related accident? XD) into an iron bar (for stepping onto. Y'know those bars which elevate you so you can reach the monkey bars? Yeah, that one) and knocked my left shin hard against it. My ankle was affected by it too. The knock took two months to completely heal and about the same time for the pain to go away completely.

A less significant one - but significant enough to be noted nonetheless - would be when I fell off my bike and got cut by some metal tips of my bike's pedal. The three scars I have on my right foot is proof of that. The cut wasn't deep yet it caused such scars. Now it looks as if I got scratched on my foot.

January 4th, 2008, 3:58 PM
still hav the scars - on the small round chairs in nepal, when i wuz 5, i went on top of one that was nearly broken, so i cud turn the shower thing on, and then snap, the thing gave way, and a nail dug into my skin, and left a scar that covered pretty much all of my leg, but now i'm bigger and the scar is small :P

January 4th, 2008, 4:06 PM
Ouch. >.<

Well just two week ago when I was playing basket ball in gym, I jammed my left pointer finger real bad. I should've gone to the nurse but the period was almost over and it was the last period of the day. So I got changed and went home, and by the end of the day it was so big and fat and swollen.. and ugly...so I had to use a splint. It was litterally black and blue for about a week. It's better now, the swelling and bruises are gone, but I can't bend it closed. When I make a fist, one knuckle sticks out a little more, but it's okay. So now I'm scared to play basket ball... not really, but when the ball come towards me, I freak out. It hurt bad though... probably would've hurt more than if I wasn't a redhead.

January 4th, 2008, 11:00 PM
I'm not that accident prone really. Any injuries that I have sustained are mostly due to my own lack of consideration for the consequences. The worst of these was in year 3 when I put my hand through a window. I got a few scars, but I didn't need stitches, which is cool :)

Funnily enough another kid at school did the same thing the week after and wound up needing 7 stitches or so ^^;

January 4th, 2008, 11:42 PM
I don't think I have many stories of me hurting myself...when I was 9 I jumped off some sort of ledge and ended up getting a wound on half of my left leg.

Another time in our technology class I cut a few layers of skin in my left thumb...was bleeding like mad. It was a couple of months ago and it's still recovering today.

However, I do have the tendency to always injure my ankles. I don't have very stable feet, xD. And when I play basketball and I have to guard a faster player, they "break my ankles", as people would say. xD

January 5th, 2008, 12:03 AM
I am one of those really careless, clumsy people. D: I'm always hittings doors and tripping over my own feet, dropping stuff, spilling stuff, etc. I think my most painful experience wasn't really me being clumsy, though. And it's definately not funny... for me at least.

Last September I was horseback riding in the back field on my property. I was riding a green horse (a horse that's not completely trained) and I was cantering, and I'm pretty sure she tripped or something, and she started bucking like a maniac. D: It caught me completely offguard, so... I went flying. Although I was wearing a helmet, I was still knocked unconscious and my dad rushed me to the hospital. Thankfully I only had a sprained wrist and a bump on my head.

January 5th, 2008, 6:46 PM
I was at my friends party and we started throwing things at each other.

Pillows at first. The we decided to go out side and throw stones at each other.

The we went to the park to mess around and on the way there we found a skip with a chair. Took it to the park i sat on it and they tipped it up.

Face first on to the padding stuffz. Still hurt.

Then we broke it and took a leg each. We wernt aloud to move. And we throw them out each other.

I get hit on the head. Got a nice cut. Played it again. This time i was acuret and hit my friend in the chest.


Crazy stuff or what

January 7th, 2008, 3:38 PM
When I way about 3 years old, I picked up a dart and stabbed it through one of my fingers. Man WTF was I doing?!

January 10th, 2008, 4:59 AM
I almost felt it as you said it (I have stepped on many an upward-facing plug) Nasty isn't it? Good thing it's rarely ever serious.

I get hurt a lot. My boyfriend is a bit rough and hasty and he sometimes hurts me by accisent. For example, stepping on my foot, leaning on my hair, or when we block each other's hits or grapple there's the odd inevitable accident. He tries to be careful and he's always sorry, but I've probably done it too.

Oh, it's snowing outside. How about that.

Aaanyway... I also hurt myself a lot too. I HATE walking into door handles, usually hitting my inner arm or my side, leaving a colourful bruise. Or when I'm outside and climbing trees in the better weather I often knock or scrape my knees, shins and elbows off the bark, attaining more bruises and some cuts and scrapes.

I shift in my sleep a lot and bang my head or arms off the wall, usally not knowing about it until I find bruises or my grandma tells me what a racket I was making with all the banging.

I also remember having a football hit my solar plexis. All the air left my lungs so quickly I roared, then proceeded to curl into a ball in pain....

Once when I was jogging I hadn't noticed a tear at the bottom of my jeans. My jeans were baggy and because the bottom right wasn't holding together it flew about, and I tripped over them. I went crashing to the ground, and although I landed on my side first I had so much momentum that my head hit the ground with a lot of force... I litterally didn't know where I was for about 3 seconds. The pain enveloped my entire skull even though only one side struck the ground, and it looked as if I had an egg stuck under my scalp for about a week. And my knee was pouring with blood.

I could go on forever but I've got to run now.

January 11th, 2008, 8:20 PM
I had a cut in 3rd grade that was a whole lotta heck of pain. My brother(IQ is under 0 and dropping) had a scisor in his hand, i was and idiot and cared too much for him back then and i tried to take them away, but just as i was gonna get the handles, he closed the scisors with my LEFT RING FINGER BETWEEN! I swear, that felt like homoscide. My finger wasn't cut off, it just left a superior scar from the first jount to the right of the nail. Now just because i didn't have the theory that my brother was switched at birth back then, i did not beat the daylights out of him untill a negative DNA test is completed. How did it it feel? imagine a babie's pinch, minor damage huh? Now image Quadrillion of those densly focused on the ring finger for 1/10 of a second.

Uryū Ishida
January 13th, 2008, 12:27 AM
I'm not usually hurt alot, once every while theres a graze or two, but not much:).

January 13th, 2008, 4:15 AM
When I was i first grade, I wasn't paying attention to where I was going, and a kid in fifth grade tripped on me. For some reason, it left a huge scrape on my knee.

January 13th, 2008, 11:26 AM
I triped over a stack of bricks in the dark, so now I have a big scar on my leg.

January 13th, 2008, 2:06 PM
Last year i got a 2 inch splinter up my foot, renacting a stunt from MTV's Jackass.

I had surgery to get it out, it was all the way up my foot.

~Nuff Said

January 13th, 2008, 2:19 PM
WHen i was little i has stupid:

I had this like glass panel under my bed, so i took it out,

Put pillows in-between my mums bed and her wardrobe and put the panel on it...

Guess what i did?
Walked on it ^^

The glass broke, it slashed all up my legs and it took 2 months to heal,

Srtill have the scars!! :D

Not sure what the driving force behind you to do that was..... but Ive gotten hurt a lot to.

One time when I was around 10 or so, I was cleaning up a paringing lot for boy scouts and I got ran over by a bike. No mottor, just a bike... with pedals. As not-so painful as that sounds, my leg got caught in the chain and I was dragged by it for a few feet. I think I was supposedly close to getting paralyzed.

I also got a concussion, er however you spell that, on wednesday, thats like 5 days ago.

Not fun stuff guys.

January 13th, 2008, 7:20 PM
I remember about 2 or 3 year ago I was walking out in my backyard barefoot. I go near the shed and I accidentally stepped on a plank with a giant nail sticking out of it. I stepped on the nail and it went up my foot (not sure how deep) I instantly lifted up my foot after feeling the sharp pain. I looked where the nail dug in, I didn't bleed or anything.

Lucky D:

January 14th, 2008, 4:07 PM
I hurt myself nearly everyday. When I was 2, I had surgery because I inherited a hernia from my father. (Weird huh?) Then once when I was 5, I was running in my apartment and I slip on the carpet. I land right at the edge of the bare floor...with a nail in my knee. It didn't hurt. I looked at my knee and there was a hole in it. I saw my bone. It took about five seconds after the fall but then blood came rushing out. It didn't heal for nearly 2 months and I still have a scar to show for it. Oddly, the day after the fall, I learned how to tie my shoes. Then there's pain.

And just before this passed Christmas, I swore I was about to get hit by the subway train. My heart never beated as fast as it did those brief seconds. He just had to walk there.

Gerri Shin
January 14th, 2008, 11:48 PM
I've been pretty good at not getting hurt as of late, however in my younger days whoo (my parents tell me i have the record for most ER visits)
lets what I can remember
Brick to head
Putter to head
sharp wood corner of table to lip
too many to remember finger caught in door, trunk lid, etc...
in jr. high I was playing flag football and got pretty much tackled. after I came to the teacher said I did a full 360 degree flip.
got over heated after science class and passed out in the hall whilst holding, of all things, a tape dispenser with a good sharp edge on it.
lets see then there's scalpel cuts, stretched tendons from work, oh and finally falling from the garage roof while putting up new shingles.
I've been very lucky on the slopes.

Uryū Ishida
January 15th, 2008, 12:17 AM
:O That is really lucky, I'm surprised your alive after all of that :P

January 15th, 2008, 3:16 PM
Dang michii, that sounds REALLY painful. I'd have to say my worst pain was a 5 inch splinter straight up my heel. I couldn't walk normal for so long it was hard to go back.

January 15th, 2008, 7:36 PM
When I was four, I broke my arm by jumping off a couch pretending to be Spiderman ^^

I knocked over a lamp, broke that, leaped off the table, flew for 1/100000th of a second, then THUD, on the ground. I didn't know I had broken my arm, so I ran downstairs and asked my mom for a Band-Aid. When she didn't see a cut, she thought I was just crazy but she gave me one anyway. It made me feel good... for about a second.

It wasn't until the end of the day when it got swollen that my mother realized, "Oh, my gosh, I think she's broken her arm."

After my arm healed, I kept the cast for about three years.

No one signed it. ;_;

January 18th, 2008, 5:59 AM
my most painfullest experience didnt acuccually result in any pain, i was 12 and at doing scouts at the time, we were playing baseball, using a wooden baseball bat (so its completely solid not like the tin ones), i was the catcher, pitcher throws, batter misses, i get the ball which bounced off a nearby wall and landed near me, i grab it and stand up to throw the ball back, when i see the pitcher has thrown the other one, i was on the batters right hand side, thinking 'oh yeah im not that close to him, so the bat will miss me completely and all will be good, then i saw the shocked looks on the other faces and turn just intime to realise that its a left handed batter, (i still hadnt fully stood up yet so im about shoulder height to the guy) then i see the bat comming right at my forehead. it hit me only 3cm away from my temple

i still have the lump and that was 6 years ago

Crystal Clair
January 24th, 2008, 10:06 AM
I was doing homework (math) with my mom. When we do math, I have a really low attention span. So I was playing with some sharp pencils. I decided to rub them to create friction. So I rubbed the pencil

I lost control and had the sharp lead go deep into my thumb. This was over a weak ago. It's still healing. It hurt so much I was crying
and my mom didn't give me any sympathy, but for a change my dad did

January 24th, 2008, 1:23 PM
I was doing homework (math) with my mom. When we do math, I have a really low attention span. So I was playing with some sharp pencils. I decided to rub them to create friction. So I rubbed the pencil

I lost control and had the sharp lead go deep into my thumb. This was over a weak ago. It's still healing. It hurt so much I was crying
and my mom didn't give me any sympathy, but for a change my dad did

Having a low attention span could mean you have a condition called ADD, its probably not something to be worried about but I had it when I was little and it can be helped through medication mine was a LOT.

That sucks about your hand, sounds like that must of really hurt (ouch >|-( )

Anyway, my most painful memory is probably of some pretty bad disagreements me and my dad had (lets just say it got a little physical lol). We are good friends now though, and I stress the word FRIENDS (I dont really call him Dad but we are on good terms other than that).

January 24th, 2008, 1:42 PM
The storyline of my life can be divided by what injury I had at what time:

Fell off my bed when I was like two.

Fell out of my tree fort when I was five. It was about seven feet high, and smacked my back against a pole. Walked away with bruises. Thank goodness.

Got my face smashed in by a soccer ball around the time I was about six.

One of my more memorable injuries was when I was riding my bike, shirtless, helmetless on a gravel road. I hit a loose patch of stones and flew forward. My entire upper body was scraped. I went to school the next day and so many people we're asking why my body was covered in bandages that my teacher made me do a quick show and tell in front of the class.

Cut my hand open in the fourth grade when getting ready to make a bagel.

My knee gave out during soccer in the seventh grade.

Eighth grade I got hit in the crotch by a baseball. ;;

Fell while trying to get a rebound in the ninth grade and mildly sprained my wrist.

In the eleventh grade, I dislocated my pelvis lifting my backpack. (Later injuries stem from the fact that I grew quite a bit in middle school and my muscles couldn't keep up. So my muscles are really tight and I am incredibly prone to injury).

Last year I was carrying my laundry down the stairs and slipped on my cat. I fell down the stairs and sprained my knee.

Then, after recovering from that injury, I went back to basketball to only receive a very painful ankle sprain. I felt my ankle bone smack against the floor. :<

I'm just sore all the time. It sucks.

TB Pro
January 28th, 2008, 3:15 PM
Ok I have had so many injuries I can't even count them....

Here are the worst ones that I can remember:

I was about three.
Me and 2 of my cousins were at my Dad's shop(He's a Carpenter),
And We decited to get some pipe out.
We also decited to get some hammers to hammer it into the ground.
So we are hammering away,
And me dad askes me something.
I turn around to ask him,
But I did not stop hammering.
So next thing I know I feel a very intense pain in my left thumb.
I had cut my thumb off(well pretty much).
But I did not go to the Hospital...(that's country folk for ya'!)

I was about Seven.
Me and my dad were slitting wood with a solid steel wedge and a Sledge Hammer.
Well my dads friend comes over to help us.
He has the log split,
So I go to pick it up right?
Well he had swung again.
My Left Index Finger was on the Wedge.
And he slams the Sledge Hammer down on my finger.
It sqiushes my finger up BAD!
I had tendons and muscles hanging out everywhere.
Well when It happens I am in so much shock that there is no pain.
Once I got to the house though,
I start screaming and cying like crazy!
It bled for a good 5 1/2 hours.
I didn't go to the Hospital for that either.
My finger is discombobulated from that.

I was 10.
I was riding my bike as fast as I could.
I wrecked and mt arm slams on the curb.
So I lay there,
No pain But a car pulls up right?
Well they had seen me fall.
they asked if I was alright,
I said yes cause' I felt no pain.
I wlked into my house and watched TV for a while.
Then I feel this excrutiating pain in my arm.
I tell my mom and she says to shake it off.
I try Bt It hurts so bad.
I finally told her I needed to go to the Doctor.
We get there and the Doc says It's "Fractured".
He gives me a splint and I go to get my Cast in 3 weeks.
When we get there we see my X-Ray.
That Mother ****er is broken clean it two!
It actually broke my Elbow In half!

Two Years ago.
Me and my cousin climbed this Mulberry Tree to get some Mulberries(My cousin's name is Cole.).
I was going down And I was standing on these little trees below it for balance,
And I grabbed this Branch above me for balance,
And it had this little stub on it which was placed on my palm.
Well the little trees broke.
that stub entered my hand right between my fingers,
And ripped all the way down my palm.
I was screaming "Cole!" "Colee!" "Colee Help me!" "Coleeeeee!" lol!
I got to the shop(from my first story),
And told my Dad and Aunt what I did.
We went to the nearest hospital(35 minutes away),
And the Whole way my cousin had to sit on it to stop the bleeding.
When we got there we called my mom(my parents are split up),
And told her what happened.
They numbed up my whole hand.
And put stitches in it.
16 to be exact.
My hand/arm was numb for about a day and a half.

Those are my most painful experiences.
Hope I made you all feel better about your injuries.

Burgers Rule
January 28th, 2008, 6:05 PM
Sigh, all these meaningful and amazing stories of pain makes me feel small. I was running top speed and hit a Stop sign. Nuff said.

Other then that, I've been pretty lucky and really haven't had anything like that, except the time my bike flipped over. I couldn't move for an hour.

Rebellious Treecko
January 29th, 2008, 4:21 PM
I only have one.

When I was 8/9 years old, there was this BBQ going on in mah yard. There were about 10-11 people I think.
I was jumping on my trampoline, and these two 18-19 year-old girls came on and started jumping too. They bounced me very high in the air, and when I landed, I sprained my right ankle. Pretty badly.

I was lying in the ground in lots of pain. (didn't scream all that much)
My mother had to carry me to bed since I couldn't move at all.
The next morning, there was this huge swelling around the size of a tennis ball on the right side of my ankle.

It was very painful.

February 2nd, 2008, 7:04 PM
I was doing homework (math) with my mom. When we do math, I have a really low attention span. So I was playing with some sharp pencils. I decided to rub them to create friction. So I rubbed the pencil

I lost control and had the sharp lead go deep into my thumb. This was over a weak ago. It's still healing. It hurt so much I was crying
and my mom didn't give me any sympathy, but for a change my dad did

I had a similar thing happen to me. I had JUST sharpened my pencil right? As sharp as it could be, you only had to touch it and you would feel a stinging sensation in your hand. Well, I hadn't used it yet, so it hadn't even started to go blunt, I dropped it, I went to grab it, not noticing that it had already hit my knee, I grabbed the sharpened side, and it went deep into my finger, well in the joint that connects my finger to my hand.. I still have a mark. But yeah, it made me blurt out 'Oh F***' which made my teacher look at me, I showed him my bleeding finger, he just laughed a bot and said it was a bit stupid of me, but it wasn't bleeding that bad, it hurt though!

Also, I will tell you one of my sisters most painful experiences, you know the escalators, you know the brush-like bit on the sides? Her foot got caught in that somehow, as in it was jammed and wouldn't move, and she was still moving downwards, her leg was being pulled off! But luckily her friends and some random people got her foot out of it, but that wasn't the worst part, after that she was dizzy and her vision was all blurred, he was slurring on words, and was really bad, we didn't take her to hospital, 'cause she was okay after about an hour, but she couldn't walk, and her foot was swollen! She couldn't go to school because she couldn't put any shoes on, they wouldn't fit around her foot! But she is all better now :)

Another one (My friend's this time), she was playing basketball in P.E and this girl ran up to her about to steal the ball, and this girl slips, she goes flying into my friend, bashing my mates knee in the wrong direction, my mate couldn't walk all day, but for some reason wanted to stay at school, so me and my other friends had to help her carry all her stuff, including her... but she was alright the next day.

Okay, last one now (My OTHER friend), he was skateboarding, and he went down the big ramps that circled the skate area, and he tripped and fell, he thought his leg was sprained, but it was broken! So like, 6 weeks later his cast comes off, then he gets a letter from the hospital, his leg wasn't fully healed, and he had to get a new cast on! He is okay now but it was sad 'cause everyone was being horrible and taking his crutches off him and running off, so I had to chase them and retrieve them, but as a thanks, if he ever had to leave a class (For his leg) he would say 'I need an escort, can Rhiannon (Thats me) escort me please?' and the teacher would always be like 'Okay, but only because you might have another accident!' I lol'ed a lot at that!

Oh yeah, when I was one my sister pushed me into our pond and I almost drown, but my mom was sitting down near the pond and noticed and saved me!!!

February 4th, 2008, 7:43 PM
Just last year in school while we were playing dodgeball. I wasn't really hurt, but I was hit in the head enough to knock someone out. I just repayed the favor by hitting everyone on the leg until they fell. They were all on the opposite team so it was fun.

Dark Magician
February 17th, 2008, 10:16 AM
Well I hurt myself while streching for wrestling practice. Im very proud for being able to strech my legs and bringing them up to almost my shoulders without holding on to something for balance, well I guess I somehow did it wrong and my knee popped and since then when I strech or land kinda hard on my right leg my knee hurts.

February 17th, 2008, 12:55 PM
I get hurt once in a millionth. No joke.

Tater Tot
February 17th, 2008, 1:00 PM
The only reason I can remember this is because it was the most pain I've ever been in, I was in 2nd grade, and I decided that I would face my fear of Monkey Bars, I swung to the first one, but when I reached for the second one my hand gave out, I fell on the ground, with my hand under my stomach, well, when my stomch hit my arm, I broke my wrist, I couldn't even hold a pencil in my hand. My hand was so weak.. :(

February 17th, 2008, 2:57 PM
I ALWAYS stub my toe on any conceivable objects within
my sight, or in this case, in my foot's sight.

I also like to bash my head on things while standing up.

February 18th, 2008, 12:26 PM
Sometimes I accidentally get a hair in my contact lens when I go to put it in.. and ugh x_o it's really painful and frustrating D8

I tend to stub my toe a lot, too, but the most I've ever gotten injured is.. breaking my middle finger playing tether ball. (The teacher asked which finger it was and I held up the middle one, and then she got mad. *shot*)

So I've never really gotten hurt that bad yet.. I know my brother fell in a 7-11 parking lot and one of those huge rusty nails on those yellow bumpers in front of the parking spaces went entirely through his elbow.