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    *shivers* the memories..

    Getting blue stains on my teenage boyfriends parents carpet from lying on their floor drunk in my brand new jeans.

    Or DP putting me in the shower fully clothed (he fully sober) and telling me that he doesn't know where my other shoe is, that I was singing really badly in the club, and I was making fun of my bosses Hawaiian shirt ( he didn't hear me, thank goodness).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    perhaps i should start a whole new thread hahahahaha
    Absolutely! Oh the stories that would be in that one!

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    Ok so I had a particularly rough night after drinking a lot of vodka, I went with a friend to see a guy she was seeing and needed to hurl so I threw up on the foot path and then this guys attractive neighbour was walking home so I jumped up and did a hair flick (not realising I had vomit in my hair) stepped forward to flirt a little and slipped in my own vomit landing on my ar$e. Then when I got home I walked straight into the glass door, so the next day I had a egg on my head and a bruised butt. Oh to be 18 again hahaha.

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    Haha this thread is great! I unfortunately have plenty of stories..

    The silly one where me and ex thought it was a great idea to have a quickly under the life guard tower. My knees on the concrete slab caused quite some damage. Pity I didn't feel it at the time. Trying to make up a story for the knees to everyone was difficult 😜!

    Went out on the Thursday night where my BFF fell the whole way down a flight of stairs. I was at the bottom in a tears laughing. Go out on the Friday night and decide to do a reenactment, trip over and fall the whole way down the stairs ending in a fractured tail bone..

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    Grazes and splinters in my back. From a tree. Don't ask :0

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    Well not so much an injury..more of a near drowning...
    I worked in an office for a big accounting firm in my early 20's and there was an annual pub crawl thing which basically involved visiting as many bars as possible an drinking copious amounts of grog while donning funny hats.
    Anyway on my walk back to the train station, absolutely blind, a friend and I thought we were clever enough to perform a tightrope act along the wall boarding the Yarra river. Obviously I lost my balance and fell into said river!
    I distinctly remember the sudden taste of salt water filling my mouth and I panicked as I scrambled to climb back up the wall upon realising it was too high. I seriously thought I was fvcked but somehow my friend managed to lean over and help pull me back up the wall.
    I was drenched and stank like dirty river water, which made for an interesting train ride home!
    I was too embarrassed and scared to tell DH the truth as I knew he'd completely freak out so when he saw my saturated clothes the next morning I told him I'd accidentally walked through a fountain..
    Funnily enough, he never believed me...

    Me 32, He 35, DS 14, DD 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Well not so much an injury..more of a near drowning...
    I worked in an office for a big accounting firm in my early 20's and there was an annual pub crawl thing which basically involved visiting as many bars as possible an drinking copious amounts of grog while donning funny hats.
    Anyway on my walk back to the train station, absolutely blind, a friend and I thought we were clever enough to perform a tightrope act along the wall boarding the Yarra river. Obviously I lost my balance and fell into said river!
    I distinctly remember the sudden taste of salt water filling my mouth and I panicked as I scrambled to climb back up the wall upon realising it was too high. I seriously thought I was fvcked but somehow my friend managed to lean over and help pull me back up the wall.
    I was drenched and stank like dirty river water, which made for an interesting train ride home!
    I was too embarrassed and scared to tell DH the truth as I knew he'd completely freak out so when he saw my saturated clothes the next morning I told him I'd accidentally walked through a fountain..
    Funnily enough, he never believed me...

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    I am traumatised by this story.

    And worst excuse ever :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I am traumatised by this story.

    And worst excuse ever :-)
    Yeah... Thinking back it wasn't actually *that* funny... :/
    The fountain excuse was though

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    Sprinkler might have worked better...for next time...

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    I can't think of any. I guess my mission once I stop breastfeeding will be to get a funny UDI story..

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