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(LiveLeak)   There's nothing like the sound of a dumbass gasping for air after getting the wind knocked out of him, because of a rope swing fail   (liveleak.com) divider line 49
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2012-09-28 12:19:46 PM
It's Tard-zan, Lord of the Bungle!
 
2012-09-28 01:08:35 PM
Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.
 
2012-09-28 01:55:08 PM
Don't overestimate your grip strength people.
 
2012-09-28 02:12:03 PM
My only complaint is his agony seemed to be too short lived.
 
2012-09-28 02:15:28 PM

MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.


I must have seen that more than 20 times, I laughed every time.
 
2012-09-28 02:25:30 PM
Tard, Tard
Tard of the Jungle,
Strong as he can be.
(Ahhhhhhhh)
Watch out for that tree.

Tard, Tard,
Tard of the Jungle,
Lives a life that's free.
(Ahhhhhhhh)
Watch out for that tree.
 
2012-09-28 02:32:29 PM
Did they use that "make my video less shakey" button? Because I was getting a bit seasick watching it.
 
2012-09-28 02:33:18 PM

MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.


came here to post this.

Krymson Tyde: MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.

I must have seen that more than 20 times, I laughed every time.


same here. this thread is over.
 
2012-09-28 02:54:09 PM
Is there something weird with the camera lens?
 
2012-09-28 03:01:53 PM
First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.
 
2012-09-28 03:17:36 PM

markie_farkie: Tard, Tard
Tard of the Jungle,
Strong as he can be.
(Ahhhhhhhh)
Watch out forthat tree. gravity

Tard, Tard,
Tard of the Jungle,
Lives a life that's free.
(Ahhhhhhhh)
Watch out forthat tree. gravity


Minor adjustment.
 
2012-09-28 03:19:38 PM
Dumbass also head his headphones on, good thing he hit dirt or he'd be buying himself a new iPod.

/bright side, there is one
 
2012-09-28 03:20:04 PM

MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.


My favorite description of that clip....

"She also managed to land directly on her lungs, causing her to feel a pain she could only describe with her impression of a sea lion removing anal beads."
 
2012-09-28 03:34:34 PM
When asked about his day, the driver stated he had a fair-a-day.
 
2012-09-28 03:35:56 PM

highendmighty: When asked about his day, the driver stated he had a fair-a-day.


Crap. Wrong thread... :(
 
2012-09-28 04:05:32 PM

Serial: Did they use that "make my video less shakey" button? Because I was getting a bit seasick watching it.


the opposite of charity is justice: Is there something weird with the camera lens?


they're using the new Youtube anti shaky hand held camera upload feature... makes everything kinda dreamy..


And damnet, i don't know if it's my computer, connection, or the video, but for me the moment of impact is lost in a video jump.

geez.. what's the point otherwise?
 
2012-09-28 04:49:07 PM

Calmamity: Don't overestimate your grip strength people.


The problem is all the force from gravity on your body when you don't start with your arms already extended.
 
2012-09-28 04:58:48 PM
I just laughed out loud at my desk for a solid minute. That sound is glorious.
 
2012-09-28 05:15:04 PM
22 minutes of this. Weekly. TV GOLD !!
 
2012-09-28 05:32:52 PM
did the rope break or did his hands slip. I can't tell from the video.


/sounds like a dying animal
 
2012-09-28 06:35:27 PM
Back in college a friend of mine actually broke his back in a rope swing accident.
(Very high launch, landed on a rock)
 
2012-09-28 07:25:28 PM

Not_Todd: First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.


I was about 10 when I first learned the hard way about it. Ended up flat on my back gasping for air after slipping on a patch of ice. Scared me too since I had no idea why I suddenly couldn't breathe properly.
 
2012-09-28 07:34:29 PM
Am I the only one who gets distracted by the crappy Youtube Stabilizer in videos?
 
2012-09-28 08:19:42 PM
Who engineered the rope swing that you hold near your shins at the take-off point? Retards, thats who.
 
2012-09-28 08:32:09 PM

dsriggs: crappy Youtube Stabilizer


It's not YouTube doing that.. It's a cheaper/older cellphone cam that uses a software shutter to capture video. The refresh rate sweeps through the imager slow enough that when you see motion in some cases it causes the curvy warpy stuff..
 
2012-09-28 08:43:34 PM
I'm calling fake. Watch when he gets up and says "oh my god" - his lower jaw doesn't even move. If I'd the wind knocked out of me, I think I would lay there gasping, not immediately getting up, much less talking. And "I'm so dizzy"?? Really?
 
2012-09-28 09:43:02 PM
Probably has some brain death from the impact his head makes with the ground.

Soldiers are being saved by their kevlar helmets but the impact is actually killing parts of their brain. 


/like shock cones from meteor impacts but in your bain or something
 
2012-09-28 10:53:41 PM

Bathia_Mapes: Not_Todd: First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.

I was about 10 when I first learned the hard way about it. Ended up flat on my back gasping for air after slipping on a patch of ice. Scared me too since I had no idea why I suddenly couldn't breathe properly.



About 13 for me, I was walking up a tree in the woods that had grown at an incline. Lost my footing and fell about 8 feet landing on my back; took about 10 minutes before I was breathing normally again and another half hour before the shakes subsided. I learned to roll and take the impact on my arm/shoulder after that.
 
2012-09-28 11:21:38 PM
The absolute smallest shred of sympathy I possibly could've felt for this a$$clown was demolished when I saw the ear buds.
 
2012-09-28 11:57:59 PM
I was 6 or 7 and was climbing the support pole in our basement. Lost my grip and fell a maybe 4 feet onto my back. An important lesson was learned that day.
 
2012-09-29 12:06:39 AM

the opposite of charity is justice: Is there something weird with the camera lens?


Dude hit his head so hard, the camera was feeling it...
 
2012-09-29 12:13:03 AM

adeist69: Bathia_Mapes: Not_Todd: First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.

I was about 10 when I first learned the hard way about it. Ended up flat on my back gasping for air after slipping on a patch of ice. Scared me too since I had no idea why I suddenly couldn't breathe properly.


About 13 for me, I was walking up a tree in the woods that had grown at an incline. Lost my footing and fell about 8 feet landing on my back; took about 10 minutes before I was breathing normally again and another half hour before the shakes subsided. I learned to roll and take the impact on my arm/shoulder after that.


Pretty scary stuff.
 
2012-09-29 12:21:25 AM

FarkinSneakyBastage: The absolute smallest shred of sympathy I possibly could've felt for this a$$clown was demolished when I saw the ear buds.


And a one, and a two, and a ching chong THIS!
 
2012-09-29 02:26:09 AM
Just looking at the water depth going out from where he hit the ground, i don't there was any scenario in which there could have been success



/golf clap to people who are willing to be seriously hurt so that people like me can get a slight chuckle
 
2012-09-29 04:31:21 AM

Markoff_Cheney: MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.

came here to post this.

Krymson Tyde: MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.

I must have seen that more than 20 times, I laughed every time.

same here. this thread is over.


Me too
 
2012-09-29 08:46:52 AM

MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.


Get outta mah head, Charles!
 
2012-09-29 10:27:32 AM

Not_Todd: First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.


my favorite part was when he thought he was dying, the only thing that concerned him was whether or not his buddy got it on video

/priorities

not to mention how his wonderful pal has the decency to continue filming instead of putting the farking camera down and help someone that might be dying

www.inquisitr.com
 
2012-09-29 11:25:21 AM
I was about 11 and staying at my grandparents. I was coming down a flight of carpeted stairs
and I was wearing socks and I slipped near the top of the stairs. I hit just about every stair
on my back on the way down. For a few minutes there I was convinced I'd broken my back, but
I'd just had the wind knocked out of me.

/ and yeah, I made croak-y sea lionish noises
 
2012-09-29 11:52:21 AM

highendmighty: When asked about his day, the driver stated he had a fair-a-day.


This.
 
2012-09-29 12:12:58 PM

Bathia_Mapes: adeist69: Bathia_Mapes: Not_Todd: First time I had the wind knocked out of me I hadn't even heard of the phenomena. Thought I was dying. Think I was about six.

I was about 10 when I first learned the hard way about it. Ended up flat on my back gasping for air after slipping on a patch of ice. Scared me too since I had no idea why I suddenly couldn't breathe properly.


About 13 for me, I was walking up a tree in the woods that had grown at an incline. Lost my footing and fell about 8 feet landing on my back; took about 10 minutes before I was breathing normally again and another half hour before the shakes subsided. I learned to roll and take the impact on my arm/shoulder after that.

Pretty scary stuff.




No, the scary part came later. This happened in an area that we had begun to clean up between our fenced yard and a small creek; the week prior we had lopped off a shiatload of large saplings, leaving them about 4-6" tall intending to dig them out later. It wasn't until the next day I realized that if I'd landed a foot in either direction I would have been impaled-- and we lived a loooong way from any kind of emergency services.
 
2012-09-29 12:18:15 PM

Giltric:


/like shock cones from meteor impacts but in your bain or something


Get a bain, moran!
 
2012-09-29 04:02:15 PM

digitalrain: and yeah, I made croak-y sea lionish noises


As someone who suffers from extreme Schadenfreude, I'm sitting here laughing at you.

Seeing little kids find out the hard way that the laws of physics can't be repealed and that they're equally merciless to young an old alike is rather entertaining(as long as no one is truly hurt or permanently disabled). Several times, I've found myself giggling uncontrollably while thinking about some stupid and painful thing I did as a child.

One of my favorite memories of personal stupidity involved the cast metal "six shooters"(here's a photo of me with them) I had gotten for Christmas. For some really not-so-bright reason, I decided to see what would happen if I cocked the hammer back and put the web of my hand in the action. Anyway, I'm sitting in the floor with this gun pinching the EVER-LOVING SH*T out of my hand and the only thing I can do is scream my head off. I'm sure dogs living six states away could hear me. Fortunately, my Grandad heard me and came and got the gun off my hand. I'm pretty sure his first thought upon hearing my screams of agony was "Now what's the little retard done to himself?". 

It's been 39 years and I can still tell you what it felt like.
 
2012-09-29 04:18:48 PM

Thosw: I'm calling fake. Watch when he gets up and says "oh my god" - his lower jaw doesn't even move. If I'd the wind knocked out of me, I think I would lay there gasping, not immediately getting up, much less talking. And "I'm so dizzy"?? Really?


There is a high percentage of the audio being off on youtube videos.

When I was in middle school, some fat fark slipped and fell and had the "wind knocked out" of him. He got up and starting saying, in a panicked voice, "I can't breathe! I can't breath!". He lasted the two and realized he could't inhale and then he just sat there with this wide eyed look on his. He then started breathing and then cried a little bit. Hmm, where was I going with this? I can't remember. I do know I hate fat people though.
 
2012-09-29 09:19:18 PM

PacManDreaming: digitalrain: and yeah, I made croak-y sea lionish noises

As someone who suffers from extreme Schadenfreude, I'm sitting here laughing at you.

Seeing little kids find out the hard way that the laws of physics can't be repealed and that they're equally merciless to young an old alike is rather entertaining(as long as no one is truly hurt or permanently disabled). Several times, I've found myself giggling uncontrollably while thinking about some stupid and painful thing I did as a child.

One of my favorite memories of personal stupidity involved the cast metal "six shooters"(here's a photo of me with them) I had gotten for Christmas. For some really not-so-bright reason, I decided to see what would happen if I cocked the hammer back and put the web of my hand in the action. Anyway, I'm sitting in the floor with this gun pinching the EVER-LOVING SH*T out of my hand and the only thing I can do is scream my head off. I'm sure dogs living six states away could hear me. Fortunately, my Grandad heard me and came and got the gun off my hand. I'm pretty sure his first thought upon hearing my screams of agony was "Now what's the little retard done to himself?". 

It's been 39 years and I can still tell you what it felt like.


media.reason.com
Pinch. Hurt. Ouch.
 
2012-09-29 10:26:15 PM

MaxxLarge: Dude needs to get together and go bowling with the Grape Lady. They'd be perfect together.


God does that make me laugh SO farkING HARD every time. Hadn't watched it in months, and was just waiting for the fall. Still puts me in tears laughing.
 
2012-09-30 02:16:27 AM

PacManDreaming: the laws of physics can't be repealed


They can't be bargained with. They can't be reasoned with. They don't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And they absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
 
2012-09-30 02:22:56 AM

PacManDreaming: digitalrain: and yeah, I made croak-y sea lionish noises

As someone who suffers from extreme Schadenfreude, I'm sitting here laughing at you.

Seeing little kids find out the hard way that the laws of physics can't be repealed and that they're equally merciless to young an old alike is rather entertaining(as long as no one is truly hurt or permanently disabled). Several times, I've found myself giggling uncontrollably while thinking about some stupid and painful thing I did as a child.

One of my favorite memories of personal stupidity involved the cast metal "six shooters"(here's a photo of me with them) I had gotten for Christmas. For some really not-so-bright reason, I decided to see what would happen if I cocked the hammer back and put the web of my hand in the action. Anyway, I'm sitting in the floor with this gun pinching the EVER-LOVING SH*T out of my hand and the only thing I can do is scream my head off. I'm sure dogs living six states away could hear me. Fortunately, my Grandad heard me and came and got the gun off my hand. I'm pretty sure his first thought upon hearing my screams of agony was "Now what's the little retard done to himself?". 

It's been 39 years and I can still tell you what it felt like.


I feel your pain. I was folding up a short cheap metal stepladder and simultaneously pinched the web of both my hands in the folding brace part. I didn't do it halfway either, I folded those bad boys onto my hands tight. I had to half trot (hard to run with a stepladder welded to the web of your hand) across the street to the neighbors and stand outside their house yelling for them to come rescue me. Man that hurt like a muther.
 
2012-09-30 11:08:06 AM
He sounded like Watto.
 
2012-10-01 10:37:48 AM
ITS A MAGIC SWING!
It turned some white douche into Louis Armstrong!


Arrrmmargahh! Hrrrmmunhag wrrrgeaaah!
 
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