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(STV.tv)   Sailor rescued by lifeboat after dislocating shoulder jumping into sea to celebrate Brit winning at tennis, tells lifeboat crew it's a recurring problem that last happened on St Patrick's Day. Alcohol could be involved   ( news.stv.tv) divider line
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2013-07-08 08:53:01 AM  
What will you do with a drunken sailor...
2013-07-08 08:58:13 AM  
There's always a reason.
I disloed my shoulder while climbing a mountain.
The moment it happened, I was looking at a woman's bottom up ahead of me.
2013-07-08 09:09:24 AM  
I don't recall this.
2013-07-08 09:25:22 AM  
I DNRTFA...  But I do have a story about dislocating my shoulder.  So this is relavant.

When my son was like a year old, he and my wife and I were all in bed together.  And he wanted to get out from between my wfe and I.  So I lifted him up to plop him on the other side of my wife.  The weight of him was enough that my right shoulder completely popped out of the socket.  I sat up and my entire arm was dangling in front of me.  So in true Mel Gibson fassion, I grabbed it and jammed it back into the socket.
My wife was like, "Holy fark!  Didn't that hurt?!"
"Yeah!!  Of course, it hurt like hell!!  But it felt better than letting it hang like that!!"

To this day (roughly 13 years later), my shoulder has never completely healed.  It still kinda pops and is always in a mild state of being sore.  I also have to make sure I don't move it the wrong way, or it will very likely pop out again.

The point of the story - don't dislocate your shoulder.
2013-07-08 10:19:35 AM  
Or...it has to be said...don't have children. They only grow up to be drunken sailors.
2013-07-08 12:10:19 PM  
Hmmm...jumping into the sea...St. Patrick's Day...You know, you just might be onto something there, subby.
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