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nageov3t

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Originally posted by: BooGiMaN
Originally posted by: loki8481
and that's why you're supposed to spray the bottom of your shoes with soda before going out onto the runway (or spray the runway itself down with sprite)
:confused:

wow how do you know this?
true story... I'm a supermodel :p jk
 

Tiamat

Lifer
Nov 25, 2003
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Originally posted by: tfinch2
Someone call the Guinness World Records, most ankle sprains in 20 seconds.

:laugh:

the news anchors have like emphysema too :laugh:
 

LegendKiller

Lifer
Mar 5, 2001
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Originally posted by: JImmyK
WOW! those are my guys Jim vance and george Michael, man those 2 made me laugh.

Jim Vance is hilarious though...
I couldn't stand Jim Vance when we first moved to DC.

Two....men...werecaught....jackingoffin..................thebath....room....attargettoday.

But after a while he grew on me and then I heard him ripping on people...wow...what a fricking funny guy. We moved to NYC and my wife and I both really miss Jim. That clip is hilarious.
 

dugweb

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those anchors sound like they're are about to have a hernia.

them laughing is funnier than her falling
 

CaptnKirk

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Originally posted by: dmcowen674
Originally posted by: moshquerade
What's even funnier is the way the news anchor guys crack up over her. :laugh:

Her ankles really get wobbly. :Q

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0DZXeHgdUc
Poor Kamilia Wawrzynia

She has got to have at least her left ankle twisted sprained bad. Ouch.
If that would have happened to a football player, they would need surgery to repair all the ligament and tendon damage.

 

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