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(Kill Some Time)   Here's a compilation of newcasters passing out on live TV, as opposed to their viewers slipping into comas   (killsometime.com) divider line 29
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2014-07-28 03:58:43 PM  
Nice. Almost as entertaining as when reporters throw up.

Come to think of it, any throw up video is hilarious. Just do a youtube search for any children's choir concert and you will usually find a couple. The game is to try and pick out which kid is going to blow before it happens.
 
2014-07-28 06:19:42 PM  
So I was watching that video and ... so I was watch ... and ...
 
2014-07-28 06:58:47 PM  
Don't lock your knees. That actually happened to me at a wedding. My hair was in a bun and that's probably the only thing that saved me from a concussion as I fell straight back and smaller my head against the floor.
 
2014-07-28 07:08:34 PM  
Say what you want about Glenn Beck but shaking a mans hand before his journey through the tunnel is pretty classy.
 
2014-07-28 07:54:08 PM  
Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?
 
2014-07-28 07:54:42 PM  

Ambivalence: Don't lock your knees. That actually happened to me at a wedding. My hair was in a bun and that's probably the only thing that saved me from a concussion as I fell straight back and smaller my head against the floor.


Man, I smaller my head against the floor and I don't have a bun, so it hurt really bad.
 
2014-07-28 08:22:30 PM  
 
2014-07-28 09:30:32 PM  

unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?


Speaking as a man who's overdue for his once-a-decade fainting spell, we don't always know.  They had me do an EKG after sleep deprivation last time and couldn't figure it out.

Heatstroke, locked knees, dehydration, and low blood sugar are obvious culprits.  But sometimes your blood pressure plummets for no good reason (nerve crosstalk, sitting up quickly, whatever) and down you go.
 
2014-07-28 09:30:41 PM  
chick at 0:44 looked pretty bad-off to me.
 
2014-07-28 09:42:06 PM  

unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?


Maybe it's a tumor
 
2014-07-28 10:07:48 PM  

unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?


Tequila?
 
2014-07-29 12:09:55 AM  
With great eating disorders come great resssssszzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......THUMP!
 
2014-07-29 06:11:50 AM  
That was more enjoyable than I expected it to be.
 
2014-07-29 08:29:40 AM  

abhorrent1: unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?

Maybe it's a tumor


www.quickmeme.com
 
2014-07-29 08:37:15 AM  

Giltric: Say what you want about Glenn Beck but shaking a mans hand before his journey through the tunnel is pretty classy.


What a dick. The others gave little warning, but the guy with Beck keeps saying he's passing out and Beck is just "yeah, okay, so anyway..."
 
2014-07-29 09:49:27 AM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: Giltric: Say what you want about Glenn Beck but shaking a mans hand before his journey through the tunnel is pretty classy.

What a dick. The others gave little warning, but the guy with Beck keeps saying he's passing out and Beck is just "yeah, okay, so anyway..."


That dude was so self-aware. "I'm passing out... I'm passing out... Gone..." He's probably the most helpful fainter ever and ol' Glenn can't even pick up on that.
 
2014-07-29 10:35:43 AM  

FrancoFile: unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?

Speaking as a man who's overdue for his once-a-decade fainting spell, we don't always know.  They had me do an EKG after sleep deprivation last time and couldn't figure it out.

Heatstroke, locked knees, dehydration, and low blood sugar are obvious culprits.  But sometimes your blood pressure plummets for no good reason (nerve crosstalk, sitting up quickly, whatever) and down you go.


It's crazy stuff. I went down after getting out of a hot tub and standing on snow, and I recall quite clearly that the first thing to go was my hearing - several seconds before vision went, and then out. Luckily, it gave my future wife enough time to shove me away from head-hitty things.
 
2014-07-29 10:43:33 AM  

FrancoFile: unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?

Speaking as a man who's overdue for his once-a-decade fainting spell, we don't always know.  They had me do an EKG after sleep deprivation last time and couldn't figure it out.

Heatstroke, locked knees, dehydration, and low blood sugar are obvious culprits.  But sometimes your blood pressure plummets for no good reason (nerve crosstalk, sitting up quickly, whatever) and down you go.


Thanks, Franc!  Yeah, I should have remembered the low blood pressure factor.
 
2014-07-29 10:44:58 AM  

BigNumber12: FrancoFile: unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?

Speaking as a man who's overdue for his once-a-decade fainting spell, we don't always know.  They had me do an EKG after sleep deprivation last time and couldn't figure it out.

Heatstroke, locked knees, dehydration, and low blood sugar are obvious culprits.  But sometimes your blood pressure plummets for no good reason (nerve crosstalk, sitting up quickly, whatever) and down you go.

It's crazy stuff. I went down after getting out of a hot tub and standing on snow, and I recall quite clearly that the first thing to go was my hearing - several seconds before vision went, and then out. Luckily, it gave my future wife enough time to shove me away from head-hitty things.


Ooh, that is scary. Glad you were OK and that Mrs. 12 was there for you.
 
2014-07-29 10:53:17 AM  
My passy-outty stuff is from too many concussions.  shiat, one of them GAVE me a concussion.

So, I got that going for me.
 
2014-07-29 11:23:21 AM  
I think my favorite part is actually the moment right BEFORE they pass out, when the other person's face clearly says "what the fark is wrong with you? ....oh"
 
2014-07-29 11:43:28 AM  

unfarkingbelievable: BigNumber12: FrancoFile: unfarkingbelievable: Wow, I can't find anything humorous here. I did a couple epic pass-outs in my time too. One minute, you're ok, the next, you're in a weird tunnel, the next you're down -- what the FARK causes this shiat?

Speaking as a man who's overdue for his once-a-decade fainting spell, we don't always know.  They had me do an EKG after sleep deprivation last time and couldn't figure it out.

Heatstroke, locked knees, dehydration, and low blood sugar are obvious culprits.  But sometimes your blood pressure plummets for no good reason (nerve crosstalk, sitting up quickly, whatever) and down you go.

It's crazy stuff. I went down after getting out of a hot tub and standing on snow, and I recall quite clearly that the first thing to go was my hearing - several seconds before vision went, and then out. Luckily, it gave my future wife enough time to shove me away from head-hitty things.

Ooh, that is scary. Glad you were OK and that Mrs. 12 was there for you.


Thanks! Yep - low blood pressure runs in my family, and that incident really drove home to Mrs. 12 that it could actually amount to something every once in a while. Certainly not anything serious, though -
 
2014-07-29 04:05:49 PM  
I passed out in a grocery store. I hadnt eaten for multiple days because of a tooth infection. I had just enough time to sit down.
I ate some food in the car after I woke up and got 6 wisdom teeth pulled the next week.
 
2014-07-29 06:42:20 PM  
a little off topic, but interesting on how the brain limps along with low oxygen


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpLi67NdD4w
 
2014-07-29 07:12:08 PM  

420Gabriel: I passed out in a grocery store. I hadnt eaten for multiple days because of a tooth infection. I had just enough time to sit down.
I ate some food in the car after I woke up and got 6 wisdom teeth pulled the next week.


How supernumerary of you.
 
2014-07-29 08:18:10 PM  
Did anyone else play that game around 7th grade where you took deep breaths, and a friend squeezed your chest until you passed out?
 
2014-07-29 08:59:33 PM  

djkutch: Did anyone else play that game around 7th grade where you took deep breaths, and a friend squeezed your chest until you passed out?


Kids just blood-choked each other out when I was that age. Sleeper holds.

/I wasn't quite stupid/trusting enough to play that game, though
 
2014-07-29 09:15:46 PM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: djkutch: Did anyone else play that game around 7th grade where you took deep breaths, and a friend squeezed your chest until you passed out?

Kids just blood-choked each other out when I was that age. Sleeper holds.

/I wasn't quite stupid/trusting enough to play that game, though


With some breathing tests for asthma I discovered that I'll pass out during the spirometer test (blowing out for a long, long time). Apparently it's common and something to do with the vagus nerve. Vasovagal syncope? It wasn't as fun as you might imagine.
 
2014-07-29 10:06:49 PM  
Not a pass-out, but, a similar situation that could have been included:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssiLkxTTrzc
 
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