The stupid mistakes thread.

edited June 2014 in General Chat

Come share your stories. This is a place to let it all out. Basically anything you've done that you hang your head in shame over. Whatever the subject, it doesn't matter. I screw up a lot, so I have many stories. When I was 4, I once heatbutted my mom so hard while going in for a hug, I permanently dented her tooth

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  • I did the same thing as you when I was a toddler, except I accidentally broke her nose! I don't remember much, but there was a lot of blood and crying (on her part).

  • A couple weeks ago on my last day of school...

    I can be a bit... crazy, or maybe psychotic is the word. I was holding my desk, and spinning it around. It was pretty heavy. We were just about to leave the classroom, and I was just fooling around with it, spinning it around and such. I lost my grip and it dropped. I put it back up and it looked fine. But then I noticed something in the corner. There were wood chips sticking out. I picked at it a little, and the little pieces came off easily. Luckily the teacher wasn't in the classroom. I swapped my desk with an extra desk.

    When I was working on a shed with my dad in the backyard. Now our backyard isn't average. We are on a hill, so there is a slope. Yesterday it was raining the ground was a bit muddy. I slipped, and my leg scraped against a metal rebar (that thing Bonnie used to hit Dee with). I had to get like 13 stitches.

    When I was around 2 years old. It was Christmas time. I apparently tripped, and the skin between my eyes slammed right into a glass table. Needed to get stitches...

    Licked a cement pole. Washed my tongue afterward.

    I was on a school trip and I was sitting at a table with 4 friends. They all poured their drinks into one cup and dared me to drink it. I did. Also washed my tongue afterward.

    Rode down a hill of snow, in a forest, on my bike, yelling YOLO.

    I did a dare. I went up to this girl in my class, shoved my finger back and forth in her sweater pocket saying "Oh yeah."

    When playing basketball I ran forward, jumped and did a 360 degree turn, and slammed my back into the wall, and the ball hit my face.

    Threw a paintbrush at a guy who stole my chess pieces, and it hit him square in the eye.

    Yes I know I'm and idiot. These are what were on the top of my head. There's probably a bunch more.

  • I have to ask the obvious question, man.

    How are you still alive?

    A couple weeks ago on my last day of school... I can be a bit... crazy, or maybe psychotic is the word. I was holding my desk,

  • That paintbrush one reminded me of the time I raised my fist in victory, hitting one of my best friends square in the face, knocking them down, making their jaw click. Whoopsie daisies.

    A couple weeks ago on my last day of school... I can be a bit... crazy, or maybe psychotic is the word. I was holding my desk,

  • I get lucky. Real lucky

    Lingvort posted: »

    I have to ask the obvious question, man. How are you still alive?

  • For a moment there things weren't looking so good for the old Raging_Blades...

    I get lucky. Real lucky

  • I'm not that old!

    And yeah... I gotta be more careful. I have the worst luck, and if anything can go wrong with me it usually does.

    Lingvort posted: »

    For a moment there things weren't looking so good for the old Raging_Blades...

  • All I own this shuitty tablet now I can't spell any things good because auticorre t beresks slot and now I can't type.

  • I almost drowned as a kid (I think I was at 1st grade at that time)...in the deepest part of the swimming pool.

    Since I used to be retarded as a kid, I would often do things out of curiosity and jealousy on how older kids could do it. So basically I wasn't enjoying my time in the kiddie's pool so I decided to try the deepest pool which was on the other side. Fortunately for me, no one was there so no one would give me shit and most of my family members were on their tents chatting.

    As I said, that pool was isolate, there were no lifeguards, the plants were basically obstructing view from the other side of the pool and the tents were further away. So went down and held on to the side of the pool. My feet couldn't feel the ground, so basically it was really deep. Then I pushed myself with my legs against the wall towards the middle of the pool.

    For a few seconds I was alright since I knew how to float...a bit. Eventually my muscles began to tire. I was panicking since I was nowhere near the edge of the pool so I had nothing to hold on to. I tried to swim back to the corner, but my swimming skills weren't exactly great and I had a short breath. Then I began to sink. I was panicking even more, all while I try to push myself up to breathe. I knew it was game over. I was dead.

    But out of the blue a person (Although I'm not sure, but I did notice a long black hair so she must've been a female?) pushed me towards the corner. I never saw his/her face since I was basically focused on saving my life. When I managed to grab onto the corner I was catching my breath like hell. I was in complete disbelief of what just happened. And as I turned around, the person wasn't there.

    It was a stupid mistake for trying that stunt, but I just feel blessed to be alive.

  • I told a Boy Scout counselor to go fuck himself after he chopped up my toten chit (the card that allows you to use knives, axes, etc.) for making a slight mistake. I was 11 so, it was kind of a big deal. :/

    When I was 8 or so, I went on a duckboat (amphibious touring vehicle) tour in Pittsburgh. Since I was a kid, the Captain decided to let me try my hand at steering the boat; big mistake. I almost steered us into a decommissioned naval submarine. According to my mom, the Captain asked if I was blind and I replied with a deadpan "yes."

    I was on the kickoff team in junior-high football. During one kickoff, I saw someone on the return team charging toward me. He was a little guy, so I tossed him to the side and kept going. Little did I know he was the kick returner. He scored a touchdown, so needless to say, I got yelled at.

  • I was in the school gym getting shoes on (I'd left my usual shoes at home), and above the lockers that have the spare shoes are the stairs that lead to the office upstairs. And they're metal, so you can see the people who are on the staircase, so when a class came through, I looked up (when I hear noise, my eyes go straight to the source. But the thing was, this class wasn't changed for some reason, and some of the girls were still wearing skirts. I think you can guess the rest of it.

    And another one was ages later in another gym class. We were doing indoor volleyball and some kids were pissed at me cause I was so bad at sports. So I got so pissed at them that I made this comment, and it included the words "because I suck dick at sports". And I might add that I'm a boy and no, I'm NOT F*CKING GAY.

  • BigBlindMaxBigBlindMax Banned
    edited July 2014

    Eh, I suck at sports too. Once we were playing Badminton in gym (not a good sport for the vision impaired). My partner was the competitive sort and was giving me hell for sucking so badly. Eventually, I got so fed up that I folded the badminton racket in half and chucked it at his head; hitting him right the mouth. Thankfully, the gym teacher liked me, so I didn't get suspended for assault and only wound up in detention for being "disruptive and unruly".

    I was in the school gym getting shoes on (I'd left my usual shoes at home), and above the lockers that have the spare shoes are th

  • dojo32161dojo32161 Moderator

    I have two stories. Each one about breaking my right collarbone.

    So the first time I broke it was on Christmas Eve, my family has a tradition of opening up one gift the day before Christmas. So we all opened a gift we got from our grandmother and it was a homemade doll. So me and my older brother started to play with them and he began chasing me around the house with his doll. I eventually ran into my room and jumped over my bed and onto my collarbone. Needless to say I ended up staying in the hospital for a few hours.

    The second time was several years later in the summer (I had moved to a different place at this time). It was for a military family meet up. They had food, snow cones and fun games. They also had giant hamster balls, which you could go into and race with other people. So me and a friend each got in our own hamster balls and ran up the small incline. On the way down, however, I went to fast and tripped, and landed on my collarbone, the exact same one. Again I spent a few hours in the hospital, and I couldn't write very well when I went to middle school for the first time.

  • So...is that why your username is Big Blind Max?

    BigBlindMax posted: »

    I told a Boy Scout counselor to go fuck himself after he chopped up my toten chit (the card that allows you to use knives, axes, e

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