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10 Nov 2005
On average I sustain at least one injury a week normally walking into tables, falling over bins or being triped up by stray chair legs these are all run of the mill.
However I pull of a stunning fall two weeks ago and I still have the war wounds to prove it.
I had peeps over for dinner for some reason I decided to try and make a furby hiccup (it is possible honest) the flaming thing then wouldn't shut up so someone very tall put it out of my reach where it continued to make an annoying series of noises.
I decided to put the blasted thing in a cupboard where it would no longer be of irritation. I had to stand on the new sofa to retreve it and this is were it all went a bit wrong. I forgot that the sofa is a bit higher than the old one by a good few inches and so the floor was not where it is meant to be and stumbled. this in its self it should have only resulted in me landing on my behind, but my mother had also had a re-arrangement moment and put a coffee table in the middle of the room. So I attempted to avoid landing square on it, I stepped to one side stepping on my shoes (that I'd left out) somehow turned around and getting hair in my face and fell onto the coffee table landing on my chest traping one of my guests hand under me.
I'm still not sure what happend in what order or how I got the bumps scrapes and bruises I did, all I can remember thinking while this was happening I'm not that drunk.
The list of bruises and scrapes
left forearm bruised and scraped
whooping great red triangle on my somache
very large bruise on my right thigh
The only thing that has faded is the mark on my tummy
Make me feel less of clumsy fool
6 Dec 2004
Anybody out there have any quirks? I’m not talking about real phobias, just stuff that you have a real aversion to.
To start you off here are a few of mine.
Wooden clothes racks and only the wooden clothes racks not the plastic coated metal ones, I can find no reason for this, they just up set me a lot.
Light bulbs- I would rather walk around in the dark (and have done so) than change a light bulb. Reason over developed wariness of electricity and you have to climb on chairs lots of wobbling.
Some types of plastic -smooth is fine really textured is fine, it’s the stuff that pretends to be smooth but isn’t makes my skin crawl. It used on the cheep highlighter pens that they supply at work and I have been known to wrap them in toilet paper and sticky tape before I use them.
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