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    Being a big bloke, I've always been a bit clumsy but things seem to get worse as the years go by. I always seem to be tripping over, banging my elbows or getting my legs tangled up -even when sober .
    Last night I went to take the dog out, realized it was raining and went to put my hat on. Somehow, I managed to get something wrong, stuck my thumb in my ear and cut it with my thumbnail!
    SWMBO walked into the hall and found me stood there, tissue clutched to my ear, wearing coat and hat with a patient dog sat by my side. She didn't say anything, just gave me the kind of look you can only give after 26-odd years of marriage and walked on by.
    Anyone else unnaturally clumsy?

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by SignumPhil View Post
    Being a big bloke, I've always been a bit clumsy but things seem to get worse as the years go by. I always seem to be tripping over, banging my elbows or getting my legs tangled up -even when sober .
    Last night I went to take the dog out, realized it was raining and went to put my hat on. Somehow, I managed to get something wrong, stuck my thumb in my ear and cut it with my thumbnail!
    SWMBO walked into the hall and found me stood there, tissue clutched to my ear, wearing coat and hat with a patient dog sat by my side. She didn't say anything, just gave me the kind of look you can only give after 26-odd years of marriage and walked on by.
    Anyone else unnaturally clumsy?

    Phil
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    My missus is the clumsiest person I know, in the last week she has smashed 2 wine glasses, 1 massive glass jug, three plates, couple of bowls and yesterday I returned home to find a coffee pot smashed and contents all over the floor. she said she'd just had enough and couldn't be bothered to clear it up as she was bound to brake something else soon. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SignumPhil View Post
    Being a big bloke, I've always been a bit clumsy but things seem to get worse as the years go by. I always seem to be tripping over, banging my elbows or getting my legs tangled up -even when sober .
    Last night I went to take the dog out, realized it was raining and went to put my hat on. Somehow, I managed to get something wrong, stuck my thumb in my ear and cut it with my thumbnail!
    SWMBO walked into the hall and found me stood there, tissue clutched to my ear, wearing coat and hat with a patient dog sat by my side. She didn't say anything, just gave me the kind of look you can only give after 26-odd years of marriage and walked on by.
    Anyone else unnaturally clumsy?

    Phil
    That is one funny image

    My wife is very clumsy, she even fell out of the front door once and straight into a bush we have, she broke the bush !!!!



    Oh yeah, she was ok though

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    Can you die of clumsiness.... absolutely

    Its where the Darwin Awards came from
    Last edited by spoons; 25th March 2009 at 13:44.

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    pmsl. Think this should be moved to the comeedy and humor section. lol

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    Hope Nutron has seen number 5.

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