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  • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

    Originally posted by Dairuka View Post
    A guy opening his arsehole with his hands.
    HAHA i see it :laugh:

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    • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

      Originally posted by Xodus View Post
      Repost D:

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      • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

        DAYUM! :speechless:

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          lol i sent that pic to my friend and he thought that thing on the right was a really fat girl but I had to point out that what ever it is, it has a beard lol...

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          • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

            Its not a fat girl?!

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            • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

              Omg.. Whats wrong with people?
              http://darwinawards.com/darwin/darwin2006-10.html

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              • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                Death by misadventure, that's something that you don't see a lot...

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                • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                  Crazy

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                  • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                    The Darwin Awards are absolutly brilliant, every time i read them they make me chuckle

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                    • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                      [MEDIA]http://youtube.com/watch?v=7BnOUOkcr9c[/MEDIA]

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                      • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                        (1982, California) Larry Walters of Los Angeles is one of the few to contend for the Darwin Awards and live to tell the tale. "I have fulfilled my 20-year dream," said Walters, a former truck driver for a company that makes TV commercials. "I'm staying on the ground. I've proved the thing works."

                        Larry's boyhood dream was to fly. But fates conspired to keep him from his dream. He joined the Air Force, but his poor eyesight disqualified him from the job of pilot. After he was discharged from the military, he sat in his backyard watching jets fly overhead.

                        He hatched his weather balloon scheme while sitting outside in his "extremely comfortable" Sears lawnchair. He purchased 45 weather balloons from an Army-Navy surplus store, tied them to his tethered lawnchair dubbed the Inspiration I, and filled the 4' diameter balloons with helium. Then he strapped himself into his lawnchair with some sandwiches, Miller Lite, and a pellet gun. He figured he would pop a few of the many balloons when it was time to descend.

                        Larry's plan was to sever the anchor and lazily float up to a height of about 30 feet above his back yard, where he would enjoy a few hours of flight before coming back down. But things didn't work out quite as Larry planned.

                        When his friends cut the cord anchoring the lawnchair to his Jeep, he did not float lazily up to 30 feet. Instead, he streaked into the LA sky as if shot from a cannon, pulled by the lift of 42 helium balloons holding 33 cubic feet of helium each. He didn't level off at 100 feet, nor did he level off at 1000 feet. After climbing and climbing, he leveled off at 16,000 feet.

                        At that height he felt he couldn't risk shooting any of the balloons, lest he unbalance the load and really find himself in trouble. So he stayed there, drifting cold and frightened with his beer and sandwiches, for more than 14 hours. He crossed the primary approach corridor of LAX, where Trans World Airlines and Delta Airlines pilots radioed in reports of the strange sight.

                        Eventually he gathered the nerve to shoot a few balloons, and slowly descended. The hanging tethers tangled and caught in a power line, blacking out a Long Beach neighborhood for 20 minutes. Larry climbed to safety, where he was arrested by waiting members of the LAPD. As he was led away in handcuffs, a reporter dispatched to cover the daring rescue asked him why he had done it. Larry replied nonchalantly, "A man can't just sit around."

                        The Federal Aviation Administration was not amused. Safety Inspector Neal Savoy said, "We know he broke some part of the Federal Aviation Act, and as soon as we decide which part it is, a charge will be filed."
                        epic!!

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                        • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                          I read a few days ago that some american successfully tied balloons to his garden chair and flew into the next state, but he had meant to do that and he'd used maths to calculate the balloons he needed.

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                          • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                            That was the most epic post in this whole thread!!! :awes I don't think even seoul or chain himself could beat the post of Adam....

                            Too bad some of your pics didn't work or were double posted.

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                            • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                              Holy sizzle!! u pretty much stuffed the whole internet into a single post..bravo!

                              p.s. this is just too damn hot

                              and the skittles one was too ^_^

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                              • Re: Oh say can u c a bunch of newbies

                                My god that was epic...

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