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post #21 of 87 Old 08-18-2011, 06:47 AM
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6 hahaha. Another one would be when I fell after a sporting event lol went flying over the handle bars, got up and said " im all good" officials looked at me like " are you crazy?"
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post #22 of 87 Old 08-18-2011, 10:57 AM
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7/10 lol

I was in gym class and the day before I had sprained my ankle( that's what I thought I actullay tore the ligaments apart almost completely) and everyone thought I was faking it just to get out of soccer. So my PE teacher put me as goalie and the ball only came to me once and I stood on my badd foot to cick it with the good one and it couldn't hold my weight and I collapsed. ( it hurt so badly) and I was the PE joke for the whole quarter.

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post #23 of 87 Old 08-18-2011, 07:59 PM
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7/10 that's bad :(

Well it was my first time ridding Gambit after I bought him, we were at our new barn and everything. I was so excited and distracted that I forgot to tighten the girth after warming him up. We were loping a while later and I noticed the saddle slipping so I stopped him and went to dismount when I did, my bra and t shirt got caught on the saddle horn. I didn't notice and when I dismounted they were both pulled off over my head. I wish I could say I was alone in the ring when this happened but there was another woman in there and her and a bunch of other people saw. I was sooooooo embarrassed.
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post #24 of 87 Old 08-18-2011, 08:17 PM
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9/10 that's must have been embarrassing....I would die if soemthing like that happened to me!!!

I was getting a leg up during camp, and as someone was giving me a leg up (Im pretty heavy) I fell on them :o I got up and they looked pretty hurt!! I was so embarrased cause they were struggling to lift my weight and then I put ALL of it on them. The campers and their parents saw because I was at the camp show.

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post #25 of 87 Old 08-18-2011, 11:41 PM
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7/10 That sounds embarrassing!

Once I was bowling with some of my friends (including my crush). Wanting to impress my crush with my (nonexistent) bowling skills. I hurled the ball down the lane. What I didn't notice was that the machine was still putting the pins up for my turn Needless to say, it kinda stopped working and we had to call an employee to come fix it.
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post #26 of 87 Old 08-19-2011, 05:28 AM
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hahaha hmmmm 7/10

Another one would be when I was camping out with some of my friends the night before the show.... aparentely I wacked them both in the face and snored the whole night .. I don't remember anything but they sure did
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post #27 of 87 Old 08-19-2011, 09:17 AM
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6/10, that's funny :P I would probably do the same thing...

Whenever my friends call our house too much my grandma gets mad and tells us to tell them to stop calling. So one of my friends kept calling even though I told them not to and my grandma picked up the phone and started yelling at them....lets just say she has NEVER called my house again.

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post #28 of 87 Old 08-19-2011, 05:32 PM
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Uhh, 9.5?

So, I was in Tanoka's stall at the fair (there's only a few little weak poles in between the two stalls) and there was a mare in the stall next door. So I was braiding Tanoka for the night and she randomly kicked out (not really randomly, I bet the mare next door was being a b****) and I got kicked. So all the people who were in the barn heard me crying out of nowhere (mostly strangers, except for my dad'd "Rent a kid" lol and another girl we know who's the best) came running. I started arguing with the random nurse who was in the barn about the fact that I needed ice. So I walked around the San Juan County Fair with ice on my knee being held up by vet wrap.

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post #29 of 87 Old 08-20-2011, 08:53 AM
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that's funny 7/10. I was at the beach with my brother, who is 2 and 1/2 years older and were all messin around in the ocean (Which is rare as I only like the ocean from the solid ground, I hate sharks... ) So were like body surfing and boogy boarding and I am well aware that my bathing suit top is not holding up in the waves very well so I was like holding it up the entire time and then, I caught a wave, a big wave, got back up and... my top had kinda pulled down... So I stood their, staring at Austin (my bro) and then yanked it back up... Swimming in the ocean wasnt so fun after that... That was VERY embaressing! But Austin, (my closest friend and brother) never said anything about it... when he first seen me he just laughed cause my top was down... Never mentioned it again

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post #30 of 87 Old 08-20-2011, 09:03 AM
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6/10.

Here's a horse related one. My gpa had some folks coming to look at a mare he had for sale. He asked me to come ride her for them. I went to the pasture to catch her. Brought her in, tacked her up and got on. When I asked for a spin out of her the mare acted downright confused, here's me thinking wth is wrong with this horse, she's been at this reining gig for 5 years now. Well as it turns out I grabbed the WRONG sorrel mare! I was on one of gpa's broodmares that hadn't been ridden in years! Quite surprised she didn't dump my butt. Felt pretty stupid telling the people, oh wait, let me go catch the right horse. Moral of the story - don't own more than one sorrel with the same darn markings! :)
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