I know you shouldn't laugh at other people's misfortune, but...

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by iggmeister, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. iggmeister

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    Di Active Member

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    Saw those on the BBC news website a couple of weeks ago. Some of them you could laugh at, but the family in the black 4 x 4 I felt sorry for. OK, the guy was a dunce, but he looked injured and what happened to the baby? We he/she ok?
     
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    haha those are bollards in manchester

    that video is on youtube as well... several times. some people are just silly.
     
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    I'd be surprised if Auntie would allow it on their website if there was any serious injury involved. Besides, they weren't going that fast. At least he knows his airbag works ;)

    Igg
     
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    Ha ha ha, very good
     
  6. bigmamabadger

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    I watched someone do that in Chester. Funniest thing I've seen all year
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    xx
     
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    Lol!
    actually thought at first that the first person in the car had forgotten to put it into reverse gear so she'd go into the bollards .. was suprised when they went down though lol .. very funny!
     
  8. Watch that clip again and make a note of the white van mans head breaking the windscreen, its quite quick but it happens and he just gets out like it hasn't happened....I wonder what that means???
     
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