Most serious? Most funny?
When in my woodwork class at school I planed a bit of skin off my thumb... errmm.. that hurt... quite a lot actually..!
oh,.. when playing British Bulldog I broke a kids nose. I picked him up and was holding him face down. I dropped him on his face..!
Disolcated left hip tripping on very posh friend's thick carpet age abour 3Discolated same hip coming downsatirs in the dark and missing the bottom step out. Aged about 6Broke 4th metatarsal in left foot doing the conga in the street age 14 (sober)Dislocated left kneecap standing up age 18ishStood up after sewing and managed to push a needle straight through my left palmsewn through my left thumb on sewing machine while making buttonholes
Broke someone else's arm playing hockey age 15
I also have a scar on my arm that looks like I've had surgery to insert a plate or something, it looks really impressive but actually it was gravel rash from another hockey collision.
I caused my brother several visits to A&E too!! He has a couple of scars down his back from when I pushed him onto a briefcase (closure things stuck in his back!!!).
No wonder social services were worried!!
I got scars on both my achilles that look like I've had surgery but were actually from the zips on a pair of running legging that I wore on a long run when it was freezing - I was so cold I didn't notice they'd cut me til I got home.
sewn through my left thumb on sewing machine while making buttonholes
*sharp intake of breath*
Mr Kwilter knocked himself out on a torpedo while doing a weapons load once and had to walk round for a week with a HUGE dressing on his head till he'd healed up. He also broke his wrist playing football.
Boy Kwilter broke his thumb last year because he was talking when he was playing basketball and didn't see the pass.
Oh! just remembered another one of mine, discolated right thumb in a hamster wheel type thing when I fell trying to walk round it (sober again sadly)
Worst, cut two veins and an artery on a broken milk bottle when aged 6.
Most amusing, caught front wheel of my bike in a drain cover when doing about 30 mph downhill. The bike stopped I did not and carried on at the same speed in a superman style pose landing on my chest on a wet grass lawn. Slid, at considerble speed, across the lawn, and explosively demolished part of a privet hedge head first. Still dont know how i ended up with only a dislocated thumb, and a couple of scratches.
UltraCas how did you get the earphones on?
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