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    06-15-2008, 10:07 PM
You should never wear Crocs, flip flops or any other plastic type footwear around horses.

You should never try to run over a rattle snake with the lawn mower. They can really strike a long ways away!
Snakes again...
You should never try to kick a rattlesnake out of the way while wearing flip flops.... I know I'm really stupid
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    06-15-2008, 10:50 PM
Green Broke
Lmao okay some of these are really funny :p

Okay I was stupid when I did this but:

Never try and cook an egg in the microwave without water xD
Payoff: An exploded egg and lots of steam and one big mess to clean! ... ya I was low on time ..

Never wear flip flops near your old see nile grand mothers car when she's in it.
Payoff: Squished toes that hurt weeks, even worse when you are trying to tell her to pull forward and she doesnt quite get what you mean! Ooo the pain!

Hmm ohh
never try and feed a squirel a small penut by hand!
Payoff: Bitten finger :(

Anouther squirel one!
Never stand under a tree with a squirel starring at you
Payoff: a squirel jumping on top of your head!
    10-04-2008, 03:19 PM
Super Moderator
You should never reverse half a kilometre and slide your car with its coupler when reversing... The coupler will burn.

You should never try to kick your bike's front wheel when you're cycling. I'm sure you'll manage to jab your foot between spokes.
Payoff: Even if the somersault was huge I didn't hurt myself. But the front wheel started to wobble and I tore my jeans.

You should never speak ill about the minister of your confirmation camp. Despite it that he would have more conservative philosophy than you have. At first, it isn't polite at all. The second reason is that even he'd have gone away maybe the youth worker of your congregation is still in the room.
Payoff: Shame

You should never start to do your business in public privy if you aren't sure that you've locked the door of the privy.
Payoff: Bigger shame.
    10-04-2008, 03:33 PM
Originally Posted by Vidaloco
You should never throw away a shoe box without looking inside first. You might throw the $130 pair of shoes you just bought away.

Ooh my gosh I've done that!! Only I don't think they were $130 but they were a pretty expensive pair of tennies. Back when I used to always get a good pair of New Balance shoes for school..
    10-04-2008, 11:17 PM
You should never dare your best friend to set off the fire by peeing on it, as she might actually try to do it and actually almost fall in the fire.

You shouldn't fight with your brother over who gets to sit shot gun as you might fall down and break your wrist, all while in a different country AND in Disneyland! shouldn't share your stupidity with thousands of people on the web
    10-05-2008, 09:57 PM
You should never jump down a flight of stairs, that has rocky gravel under it, going full speed... or you'll loose your footing and fall
    10-05-2008, 10:35 PM
You should never run down stairs after KFC in really long pants, you will trip and get a permant bump in the middle of your nose. :roll:
    10-19-2008, 05:03 PM
Super Moderator
Ohh... and you should never put bananas to your bag without wrap when you're going to an amusement park. Maybe your bag flattens occasionally during the day because you take it with you when you take amusement rides...

Payoff: Banana smash all around the bag's inside isn't fun. Especially if it mess evrything in your bag.
    10-19-2008, 05:20 PM
Lol...I have one from this weekend...

When making your little ungrateful lesson girls spread hay with you ( I know, I'm soooooo nice, right?!) always make sure you yell "I'M TIPPING THE WHEEL BARROW OVER -- WATCH OUT!" several times before actually doing so... You might accidently tip the wheel barrow onto one girl and seven hay bales on the other.

Hehe...yeeeeah... I'm special. Lol
    10-19-2008, 06:47 PM
You should never totally confuse the poor beginners by doing all your steps the wrong way while trying to be a boy at dancing.

I got a beginner all tangled up today. I was being a boy for the rhythm foxtrot, and I kept stepping back when I was supposed to go forwards, as I'm so used to the girl steps.

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