It's amazing how chill the horse is up until then. I'd be flipping shit if some stranger thought it was a good idea to come up and pet me.
Definitely a tame-ish horse. Lot of horses are picky about how you get on them.
Definitely not wild. Just pasture spoiled. One of mine did the same to me.
Noob, you need a full stamina wheel and he didn't press the L button right away.
This is clearly a tables match, not a royal rumble. For fucks sake OP! Get your shit together
An actual ape would have shown greater intelligence
"Oh god! This suit offered no protection at all!"
That's how you are supposed to do it, just that you are supposed to whack it with some force, not tap it like a wine glass.
Hammer the tap, don't tap the hammer.
Longer source (Facebook) - I love how he first smashes the jug with his mallet and then proceeds to unleash the ultimate disaster.
Well, and you're supposed to a little first by driving a spile in the top.
I've seen this so many times and it still makes me feel so uncomfortable. His face must have gone as red as his gown as he walked off the stage.
It made everyone uncomfortable. I was there.
seeing everyone whip their heads around towards him made me really nervous as an introvert.
Here's a photo of me graduating roughly 30min after the flip. I remember sitting there and the loud thud caught everyone's attention. "Did that kid just Biff a backflip?"
I've never had to post a link to a photo before. Let me know if it doesn't work.
I'm almost impressed with how bad it was...
It's ok, the post broke his fall.
Me too. I don't think he could have fucked that up any more than he did.
At least his friend dropped the camera and ran to him instead of just continuing to film.
A running approach is always most effective when you slow down at the end.
He notice the puddle of water and he didn't want to slip. WCGW if you slow down just a little bit?
Saved the fishing rod thank god
a Good 30% effort jump should do it
That takes balls. Can't say I value my wallet enough to do the same but I'm glad it turned out the way it did for him.
The amazing part is that he didn't even drop his phone
All it takes is once at that range.
"What an idiot, he'll totally sprain his wrist after blowing my head off."
She could have really hurt her hands there, lucky her face saved her.
Tell your wife to do those kids a favor and shove them from behind when they're not expecting it.
My wife is a preschool teacher and she said this is common when your parents are too protective. You literally don't learn how to fall and the reflex to stick your hands out never forms.
I cringe every-time I see something like this. I had a buddy die after falling off a ladder - he fell SIX FEET. Landed on his head - game over. He was in his low 30's... So ladder safty is always a concern for me...
That's what you get for not looking and assuming everyone else is looking for you
'I can't believe you've done this'
But he was looking! To the left...
I hope this doesn't affect his performance at that track meet he's heading to
The level of stupidity here. I wouldn't let Tiger fucking Woods in his prime try this with me.
On the bright side there was no brain damage. Neither party had any to start with.
Now Phil Mickelson. He could do it to me today.