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Down, Down, Down...I keep on falling...

Posted March 4th, 2009 at 2:23 PM by I Laugh at your Misfortune!
Updated April 11th, 2010 at 4:25 PM by I Laugh at your Misfortune!

I've decided to make the lyric title a theme. Not entirely sure why

And no, before anyone asks, this isn't about depression. "Falling" is meant in a rather more literal sense.

So, today, at school, I'm playing badminton (the most manly of all sports, hehe). All of a sudden, one shot goes whizzing miles behind me. I start running backwards, but, being as malcoordinated as I am, I put my foot down wrong and land on my bum bone, hard. Now that hurts quite a bit (surprise, surprise) so once I've picked myself up, I call to my opponent to take five. I wander (or rather, limp) over to the net, and the everything starts going all black round the edges of my vision. Seconds later, I'm not in the sports hall any more. It was kinda like...like when you can only remember snatches of a dream, and they don't make any sense. All I can remember is seeing a fence, overgrown with bushes in the middle of a green field. An leaning on it, there's the girl who I mentioned in my other blog post, "Why do birds suddenly appear?" I don't know how much to read into that :\ Anyway, I wake up what feels like seconds after, but was apparently a minute or two, having spent the entire time twitching on the floor. So with an aching butt, a spinning head and a large bump on the back of my cranium, I ended going home for the rest of the day. Yay...kinda. Anyway, this really has no relevance to anything, but I'm trying to post in my blog a bit more, seeing as I have one.

Catch you later!
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    I *almost* fainted once in year 11, and I feel like telling the story haha. I remember it was in science the day before Christmas holidays so we weren't doing anything. I remember feeling a bit sick before we did anything so when my friend asked if I wanted some chocolate, I said no (I dunno why I remember that XD).

    Anyway, we were standing around a table watching our teacher doing an experiment and I remember feeling a bit dizzy and my sight wasn't quite right, it was like everything had a green tint to it, so I walked away and sat at a table by myself. One of my friends came over and said I looked really pale, all I said was "oh...I'm sitting down" and my friend went off without me noticing. I tried listening to my teacher but everything was starting to slowly tint darkish green (why green?), but I was very conscious of everything else, sound and everything.

    My friend must've told the teacher because I heard my teacher standing next to me saying "you look really pale". I told my teacher I couldn't see anything so she said to move somewhere in the middle of the room, but by now I couldn't see *anything* so my teacher had to pull me up and guide me to a stool somewhere. She got someone to go to reception and someone else to give me water and I just sat there, completly unable to see. I thought I was dying and that I wouldn't be able to see anyone again and I knew that everyone in the room was watching me, so I felt bad for them because I thought they were watching me die o.O After a few minutes of drinking the water my vision slowly came back...th person from reception came and my teacher said I should leave, so the receptionist phoned up my mum and I went home, hooray~!

    But I still don't know what actually caused it :/ The teacher said it may have been because I didn't have breakfast, but I never do
    Posted March 5th, 2009 at 11:52 AM by Jorah Jorah is offline
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    ...I actually had a similar problem a long time ago. As I was standing up, I felt something in my lower back snap, and my eyesight suddenly began to fade away. A moment later, I was lying flat on the floor, finding that I had actually been unconscious for around ten minutes. I believe that it had something to do with a "vagus nerve"...
    Posted March 5th, 2009 at 2:04 PM by Forci Stikane Forci Stikane is offline

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