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    OUCH!!!!
    They could have positioned the trampoline a bit better.

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    Heh I was almost positive it was the vid of the bear for the samon commercial but this is different. All I can say right now is PWNED!
    Oh god that advert was hilarious. The bear knew Kung Foo. I love the bit when it does the foot shuffle. Cracked me up.

    Now children, THAT'S why we don't do flips on the trampoline
    Yeah I can vouch for that. After a heavy night of drinking myself and a mate went on a trampoline we've got in the back garden (my girlfriend bought to exercise. Its slightly odd sitting up here and seeing her fly up outside the window) and we were trying to do front flips. I couldn't manage it and lets stay I had to stop otherwise all that damn bitter I had drunk would come back up again. Anyway he kept going. And he did it, however all his weight was forward so when he landed on his feet he kinda short forwards. Next thing pissed guy meets floor. Narrowly missing a wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo's-sister
    They could have positioned the trampoline a bit better.
    Very true, but they didn't so who would have dared to walk over and move it with that killer bear above in tree..

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    They might as well of not had it there at all. I reckon he hit the ground just as hard as if it hadn't been there in the first place.

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    For some reasons tht clip brings me back some Trampoline memories :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    For some reasons tht clip brings me back some Trampoline memories :D
    Landed on ya head a few times did ya? :?:

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    On a trampoline I can do a frontflip, and a backflip 180, but I have always been scared to do a normal backflip... Although I think I did it once, its just a freaking feeling being that high and going back over!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Landed on ya head a few times did ya? :?:
    :shh: Why, yes, I did

    But I can do a frontflip, but thats it.

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    That explains a lot then. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    That explains a lot then. :D
    Seems I hear that from other places too.

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