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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Nov 14, 2010 2:40 pm Offline
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Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:43 pm18779I was over nah, but now I'm over heah.
zzyzx 1 wrote:
One day in wood shop class in middle school, I was measuring wood; I was using a T-Square and a pencil. That pencil had such a sharp point on it. I was very proud of that point (graphite, not lead pencil :P ). Such a perfectly sharpened pencil. I put the pencil in my front pants pocket with the point-side up in an attempt to have the sharp pencil point remain in that state for as long as possible that day.

Of course I forgot about the pencil in my pocket. I reached into my pocket for my keys or loose change or something - I forget now. And sure enough, the palm of my hand got stabbed by the pencil point. F A I L big time.

I was taken to the ER, where I waited over five hours for a doctor to look at it. Sure she washed the area before stitching it up. But she F A I L E D in cleaning out the graphite mark that I now had under my skin.

The area healed, the stitches were removed, and my hand is back to normal. Except the graphite mark remains to this day. A sort of tattoo that I made myself. The mark of the graphite is still visible - I will have this tattoo the rest of my life. FAIL. I tattooed myself :)

I did something similar in 3rd or 4th grade. I tried to push a sharpened pencil into the bottom of a crayon just to see if it would go, and it wound up stabbing myself in the tip of my left "driving" finger. My Maw-maw also managed to stab herself in the hand with a pencil as a girl, and always had a mark there too.
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So far... unemployed for 6 years. Yeah.
We'll have to wait and see if anything tops that.


Well, I was about to say unemployed for right now too. But wow six years?!

I can't do that. It's boring to be cooped up in the apartment , already. I can't do an adventure trip everyday. :(

I've been lucky that I have family to fall back on. Plus it's not like I've been doing nothing at all... well not entirely anyway. I have been helping out with my Grandmother a bit. I also keep trying to get into flipping old radios on ebay, but the "ooh, neat" factor of the ones I choose to restore has me hanging on to most of them. That and the fact that the issues that some of them have have me stumped.
Re: Your biggest fail PostMon Nov 22, 2010 5:39 pm Offline
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zzyzx 1 wrote:
One day in wood shop class in middle school, I was measuring wood; I was using a T-Square and a pencil. That pencil had such a sharp point on it. I was very proud of that point (graphite, not lead pencil :P ). Such a perfectly sharpened pencil. I put the pencil in my front pants pocket with the point-side up in an attempt to have the sharp pencil point remain in that state for as long as possible that day.

Of course I forgot about the pencil in my pocket. I reached into my pocket for my keys or loose change or something - I forget now. And sure enough, the palm of my hand got stabbed by the pencil point. F A I L big time.

I was taken to the ER, where I waited over five hours for a doctor to look at it. Sure she washed the area before stitching it up. But she F A I L E D in cleaning out the graphite mark that I now had under my skin.

The area healed, the stitches were removed, and my hand is back to normal. Except the graphite mark remains to this day. A sort of tattoo that I made myself. The mark of the graphite is still visible - I will have this tattoo the rest of my life. FAIL. I tattooed myself :)

So um, tell me Z, why is your post so similar to BC's post June last year?

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Have a tattoo? ---NO - well, not deliberately. There was this one time in wood shop class; I had a very sharp pointed pencil. I did not want to lose this point, so I put the pencil in my front pants pocket, point side up. Of course, I forgot the pencil was in my pocket, and when I put my hand in my pocket to get something else, the pencil point stabbed my hand, leave a graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin. We went to the emergency room. Yadda, yadda, yadda, today I have a permanent graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin.


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Re: Your biggest fail PostMon Nov 29, 2010 7:59 pm Offline
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zzyzx 1 wrote:
One day in wood shop class in middle school, I was measuring wood; I was using a T-Square and a pencil. That pencil had such a sharp point on it. I was very proud of that point (graphite, not lead pencil :P ). Such a perfectly sharpened pencil. I put the pencil in my front pants pocket with the point-side up in an attempt to have the sharp pencil point remain in that state for as long as possible that day.

Of course I forgot about the pencil in my pocket. I reached into my pocket for my keys or loose change or something - I forget now. And sure enough, the palm of my hand got stabbed by the pencil point. F A I L big time.

I was taken to the ER, where I waited over five hours for a doctor to look at it. Sure she washed the area before stitching it up. But she F A I L E D in cleaning out the graphite mark that I now had under my skin.

The area healed, the stitches were removed, and my hand is back to normal. Except the graphite mark remains to this day. A sort of tattoo that I made myself. The mark of the graphite is still visible - I will have this tattoo the rest of my life. FAIL. I tattooed myself :)

So um, tell me Z, why is your post so similar to BC's post June last year?

BigCamera4892 wrote:
Have a tattoo? ---NO - well, not deliberately. There was this one time in wood shop class; I had a very sharp pointed pencil. I did not want to lose this point, so I put the pencil in my front pants pocket, point side up. Of course, I forgot the pencil was in my pocket, and when I put my hand in my pocket to get something else, the pencil point stabbed my hand, leave a graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin. We went to the emergency room. Yadda, yadda, yadda, today I have a permanent graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin.


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...well then.....

I've told this story before, so I'll tell it again because it applies here. One time I walked into a table nads first.
"If I had one wish, I would ask for a big enough ass for the whole world to kiss" ~ Eminem

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But he (RideTheLightning)wanted Kensuke's hot man chowder.
Don't we all?
Re: Your biggest fail PostFri Dec 03, 2010 10:54 am Offline
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Sun Feb 22, 2009 4:07 pm2474A place with lots of sheep and ecstasy.
Asphyxiated Insanity wrote:
zzyzx 1 wrote:
One day in wood shop class in middle school, I was measuring wood; I was using a T-Square and a pencil. That pencil had such a sharp point on it. I was very proud of that point (graphite, not lead pencil :P ). Such a perfectly sharpened pencil. I put the pencil in my front pants pocket with the point-side up in an attempt to have the sharp pencil point remain in that state for as long as possible that day.

Of course I forgot about the pencil in my pocket. I reached into my pocket for my keys or loose change or something - I forget now. And sure enough, the palm of my hand got stabbed by the pencil point. F A I L big time.

I was taken to the ER, where I waited over five hours for a doctor to look at it. Sure she washed the area before stitching it up. But she F A I L E D in cleaning out the graphite mark that I now had under my skin.

The area healed, the stitches were removed, and my hand is back to normal. Except the graphite mark remains to this day. A sort of tattoo that I made myself. The mark of the graphite is still visible - I will have this tattoo the rest of my life. FAIL. I tattooed myself :)

So um, tell me Z, why is your post so similar to BC's post June last year?

BigCamera4892 wrote:
Have a tattoo? ---NO - well, not deliberately. There was this one time in wood shop class; I had a very sharp pointed pencil. I did not want to lose this point, so I put the pencil in my front pants pocket, point side up. Of course, I forgot the pencil was in my pocket, and when I put my hand in my pocket to get something else, the pencil point stabbed my hand, leave a graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin. We went to the emergency room. Yadda, yadda, yadda, today I have a permanent graphite mark on my palm, just under the skin.


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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 7:07 am Offline
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I love how everyone ganged up on me because I was being a dick to Z/BC even though I was right about him.

You guys amaze me sometimes...
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 8:03 am Offline
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Asphyxiated Insanity wrote:
zzyzx 1 wrote:
One day in wood shop class in middle school, I was measuring wood; I was using a T-Square and a pencil. That pencil had such a sharp point on it. I was very proud of that point (graphite, not lead pencil :P ). Such a perfectly sharpened pencil. I put the pencil in my front pants pocket with the point-side up in an attempt to have the sharp pencil point remain in that state for as long as possible that day.

Of course I forgot about the pencil in my pocket. I reached into my pocket for my keys or loose change or something - I forget now. And sure enough, the palm of my hand got stabbed by the pencil point. F A I L big time.

I was taken to the ER, where I waited over five hours for a doctor to look at it. Sure she washed the area before stitching it up. But she F A I L E D in cleaning out the graphite mark that I now had under my skin.

The area healed, the stitches were removed, and my hand is back to normal. Except the graphite mark remains to this day. A sort of tattoo that I made myself. The mark of the graphite is still visible - I will have this tattoo the rest of my life. FAIL. I tattooed myself :)

So um, tell me Z, why is your post so similar to BC's post June last year?


BC the pedo!?! :tweek:
You're my dream! ~~
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 8:09 am Offline
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Sun May 10, 2009 12:53 am980Vienna, Austria
My God, a pedophile? :shock:, wait, what?
Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 8:25 am Offline
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Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:13 am2806
No no, you don't dream.

Pedo=> child
Phile=> kinda love

(word from french)
which means an adult who sleeps with children. :roll:
You're my dream! ~~
Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 9:26 am Offline
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Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:20 pm5070
So many kids have had accidents in school, many similar. Even BRMBug said something similar happened to him on this very page of this thread, and he said that something also similar happened to his Mom. Hundreds of thousand students get injured in school ever year such as in shop class and in art class. Nurses offices in all schools all have similar stories as well. Almost everyone who has gone to school has a story of some injury in school. And they are fail.

Let's talk about a biggest fall not dealing with school. There was one time I was playing right field in baseball, and both the center fielder and i ran to get the ball hit by the batter. We were both looking at the ball, and we ran into each other and both of us fell down :shock: Needless to say the ball also fell to the ground, and the batter hit a double on the error. Now when I play baseball I and I think that I can catch the ball I verbally call it, hoping the center fielder will let me try to catch the ball - otherwise we'll miss the ball again :lol:

I love baseball.

How about another fall? I was walking home from somewhere with my friends, and we were talking. I did not see the lamp post in the sidewalk and I walked right into the metal post. I needed stitches in my head. F A I L :lol: I didn't look where I was walking; I was too busy talking with my friends.

AI, just as you used to do in the Last Reply thread, you look up old posts and try to start a flamewar. F A I L. And this time, you brought up an old post from over 1 1/2 years ago from a poster who doesn't even post here anymore. F A I L. And in addition, in reading that post you made here, you F A I L E D to honor the title of this very thread - you failed to mention your own biggest fail :?

Stop bringing up posts made 18 months ago by people who don't even belong to this board anymore. That is your biggest F A I L. If you want, why don't you make a new thread called THE FLAME THREAD or something and post these things there. This thread, " Re: Your biggest fail" is a thread that you did not post YOUR biggest F A I L, and also you brought up an 18 month old post by someone who doesn't even post here at all anymore. I would say that is one of your many biggest F A I L S.

While we're talking about our own biggest fail, I will mention another: And yes, it happened at school. I was tired. I fell asleep in class. When I woke up, the kid in front of me was staring at me. So I thought I would be a smart ass and just stare at her. Little did I know THAT THE ENTIRE CLASS was staring at me, including the teacher! It was very embarrassing. :oops:

Let's add a rule to this thread: "Re: Your biggest fail" should be YOUR biggest fail, and not a fail that most people have went through. School injuries are common to all of us. That doesn't make us the same person. Just talk about your non-school related F A I L in this thread; otherwise everyone would relate a school injury to one the reader of this thread also had. Here's an idea: Make a thread in off-topic about "Re: List injuries you got in school." I'm sure most of us had gotten injured in school.

For purposes of this thread we are in now, list your biggest F A I L that is non-school related. I think such a thread would be interesting :)

btw, Sam and I wear shoes to school. Sam and I are NOT the same person :P

Shop injuries are common in school. Those with shop injuries and others with shop injuries are also not the same person. Let's hear about our biggest F A I L that are not school related.

I've never been to Germany. dvda92 has never been to America AND dvda92 wears shoes when he goes to school. I have never been to Europe and I also wear shoes when I go to school. We both go to sleep at the end of our day sleeping in a bed. Does that mean that dvda92 and similar I are the same person because we both wear shoes? Of course not. Many people have similar injuries and yet they are not the same person. And bringing up a post 1 1/2 years ago is a F A I L too.

Every day in every hospital someone goes to the hospital with some illness. Are all those people the same person? You understand. People have similar experiences. That does not make them the same person.

BRMBug on this very page wrote:
I did something similar in 3rd or 4th grade. I tried to push a sharpened pencil into the bottom of a crayon just to see if it would go, and it wound up stabbing myself in the tip of my left "driving" finger. My Maw-maw also managed to stab herself in the hand with a pencil as a girl, and always had a mark there too.


Does that make Bug, Bug's Maw-maw and I the same person? Or course not.

AI, your biggest F A I L (because you falled to list one of your own in this thread) is bringing up posts from a year and a half ago from some other poster. Why didn't you follow this game thread rules and list your own F A I L ? Since you did not list your own thread, I listed your biggest F A I L for you: you brought up a post from a year and a half ago which has nothing to do with the OP's reason for creating this thread. You are back to your old tricks, AI - you are trying to start a flame war. Well, it's not going to happen. AI, you F A I L :x
Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 9:36 am Offline
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Sun Jan 11, 2009 12:10 pm11176N/A - I'm only part of your imagination.
zzyzx 1 wrote:
So many kids have had accidents in school, many similar. Even BRMBug said something similar happened to him on this very page of this thread, and he said that something also similar happened to his Mom. Hundreds of thousand students get injured in school ever year such as in shop class and in art class. Nurses offices in all schools all have similar stories as well. Almost everyone who has gone to school has a story of some injury in school. And they are fail.



I love baseball.

How about another fall? I was walking home from somewhere with my friends, and we were talking. I did not see the lamp post in the sidewalk and I walked right into the metal post. I needed stitches in my head. F A I L :lol: I didn't look where I was walking; I was too busy talking with my friends.

AI, just as you used to do in the Last Reply thread, you look up old posts and try to start a flamewar. F A I L. And this time, you brought up an old post from over 1 1/2 years ago from a poster who doesn't even post here anymore. F A I L. And in addition, in reading that post you made here, you F A I L E D to honor the title of this very thread - you failed to mention your own biggest fail :?

Stop bringing up posts made 18 months ago by people who don't even belong to this board anymore. That is your biggest F A I L. If you want, why don't you make a new thread called THE FLAME THREAD or something and post these things there. This thread, " Re: Your biggest fail" is a thread that you did not post YOUR biggest F A I L, and also you brought up an 18 month old post by someone who doesn't even post here at all anymore. I would say that is one of your many biggest F A I L S.

While we're talking about our own biggest fail, I will mention another: And yes, it happened at school. I was tired. I fell asleep in class. When I woke up, the kid in front of me was staring at me. So I thought I would be a smart ass and just stare at her. Little did I know THAT THE ENTIRE CLASS was staring at me, including the teacher! It was very embarrassing. :oops:

Let's add a rule to this thread: "Re: Your biggest fail" should be YOUR biggest fail, and not a fail that most people have went through. School injuries are common to all of us. That doesn't make us the same person. Just talk about your non-school related F A I L in this thread; otherwise everyone would relate a school injury to one the reader of this thread also had. Here's an idea: Make a thread in off-topic about "Re: List injuries you got in school." I'm sure most of us had gotten injured in school.

For purposes of this thread we are in now, list your biggest F A I L that is non-school related. I think such a thread would be interesting :)

btw, Sam and I wear shoes to school. Sam and I are NOT the same person :P

Shop injuries are common in school. Those with shop injuries and others with shop injuries are also not the same person. Let's hear about our biggest F A I L that are not school related.

I've never been to Germany. dvda92 has never been to America AND dvda92 wears shoes when he goes to school. I have never been to Europe and I also wear shoes when I go to school. We both go to sleep at the end of our day sleeping in a bed. Does that mean that dvda92 and similar I are the same person because we both wear shoes? Of course not. Many people have similar injuries and yet they are not the same person. And bringing up a post 1 1/2 years ago is a F A I L too.

Every day in every hospital someone goes to the hospital with some illness. Are all those people the same person? You understand. People have similar experiences. That does not make them the same person.

BRMBug on this very page wrote:
I did something similar in 3rd or 4th grade. I tried to push a sharpened pencil into the bottom of a crayon just to see if it would go, and it wound up stabbing myself in the tip of my left "driving" finger. My Maw-maw also managed to stab herself in the hand with a pencil as a girl, and always had a mark there too.


Does that make Bug, Bug's Maw-maw and I the same person? Or course not.

AI, your biggest F A I L (because you falled to list one of your own in this thread) is bringing up posts from a year and a half ago from some other poster. Why didn't you follow this game thread rules and list your own F A I L ? Since you did not list your own thread, I listed your biggest F A I L for you: you brought up a post from a year and a half ago which has nothing to do with the OP's reason for creating this thread. You are back to your old tricks, AI - you are trying to start a flame war. Well, it's not going to happen. AI, you F A I L :x

Wow, that same thing (with the pole) happened to me. o_O Except I didn't need stitches. I mentioned that in this thread, too.

Also, stop saying "f a i l". It's one word, and the spaces are weird.

Let's just all calm down, OK?
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 9:38 am Offline
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Oh my God, now I'm completely sure something is wrong. :shock:
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 9:40 am Offline
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Sun Jan 11, 2009 12:10 pm11176N/A - I'm only part of your imagination.
Samathou wrote:
Oh my God, now I'm completely sure. :shock:
ZZ=> BC

There's evidence towards them being the same, but it's up to you to judge if it's conclusive or not.

Another fail: I was hyper, and I threw a baseball bat in the air. It came down and almost hit me in the head.
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 9:46 am Offline
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I can't know anything. It's certain.
But several clues are assembling like a puzzle. :roll:

Anyway I can't judge right now.
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 10:00 am Offline
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Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:20 pm5070
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. . . .Also, stop saying "f a i l". It's one word, and the spaces are weird.

Let's just all calm down, OK?


I say F A I L in caps with spaces because on some monitors F A I L written like this: fail looks like F A L L; I wanted to show the word is F A I L, not F A L L


Wii fit man wrote:
ZZ=> BC


F A I L; ZZ is NOT BC. Period.


Samathou wrote:
Oh my God, now I'm completely sure something is wrong. :shock:



Yes, something is wrong. You brought up a thread that was already a week old. I was watching this thread without responding hoping it would go away. You brought it back. Why? The tread was over. Now it's back. I hate flame wars. :x AI started this by bringing up a year and a half post from someone else AND she F A I L E D to list her own biggest F A I L.

I enjoyed SPS and the people here except for AI who tries to start flamewars with me. Now Sam says that she is completely sure something is wrong. Sam is right. AI is trying to start for reasons of her own a flame war. Well, I don't care what the board does about this. I'm not playing into AI's stupid game. :x
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Re: Your biggest fail PostSun Dec 12, 2010 10:01 am Offline
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Sun Jan 11, 2009 12:10 pm11176N/A - I'm only part of your imagination.
Back on topic, I was doing a worksheet for school while thinking about my cat. I ended up accidentally writing "cat" as one of the answers, and I turned it in like that.
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