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    Ahhh the joys of talking to police officers :mad:

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    Soo...whats the Stupidest thing you've done recently?
    Yesterday, I went motocrossing....And rode off a 7 foot cliff...went over the bars and the bike (my '96 CR250) landed on me. Got x-rays this morning....Ribs aren't broken :thumb: , just badly bruised :thumbs do ....Knee is sprained :thumbs do ....Whole body hurts :thumbs do ....The swelling has gone down...:thumb:

    Here's a pic...The scrapes you see in the pic were from the rear tire ! (My friend pulled the bike off me.)
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    In hindsight, I should of just gunned it, but I slammed on the brakes, hence the "over the bars-under the bike" routine I went through. Well at least the codine is helping...It's mainly my ribs which hurt the most...
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    That sucks, I had bruised ribs from football, and yeah they definetly suck
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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    That sucks, I had bruised ribs from football, and yeah they definetly suck
    I'd say !!!!: omg:
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    me 2:thumb:
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    id have to go with e^vol on this one stupidist thing ive done is on a motorbike missing the downramp on the landing. Wind caught me a bit and landed right on the side heehe
    Went down like a sack of Sh*t

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    Or falling off 5 times down a slippery clay hill riding in the otways

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