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post #11 of 160 (permalink) Old 02-09-2009, 04:37 PM
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Im the oldest in my family by quite a bit and when I was 15 or 16 I was going thru a WWE phase and I was wrestling with my then 7 and 5 year old brothers and I slapped the Shamrock ankle lock on the older bro nothing to hard or so I thought.

While I applied the ankle lock the younger brother was laying into my back so I started laughing and shoulder barged the little one off, then I noticed the older brother was howling that silent agonozing cry.

Whats wrong I asked, suddenly very scared and he could not answer but his ankle was bent round the wrong way. I had to snap it back into place and he screamed his ankle was "fine" so I gave him a biscuit and he sobbed it off.

A few weeks later I noticed I could twist his ankle 180 degree before he felt any pain. If my mum found that out she would have killed me.



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Im the oldest in my family by quite a bit and when I was 15 or 16 I was going thru a WWE phase and I was wrestling with my then 7 and 5 year old brothers and I slapped the Shamrock ankle lock on the older bro nothing to hard or so I thought.

While I applied the ankle lock the younger brother was laying into my back so I started laughing and shoulder barged the little one off, then I noticed the older brother was howling that silent agonozing cry.

Whats wrong I asked, suddenly very scared and he could not answer but his ankle was bent round the wrong way. I had to snap it back into place and he screamed his ankle was "fine" so I gave him a biscuit and he sobbed it off.

A few weeks later I noticed I could twist his ankle 180 degree before he felt any pain. If my mum found that out she would have killed me.
I love the part where you gave him a biscuit. I don't know why, but that is just killing me.

Probably because in America, we normally give like a cookie or some sort of candy to sob something off, but a biscuit is like unimaginable for a little kid to like enough to sob something off in america lol.

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I love the part where you gave him a biscuit. I don't know why, but that is just killing me.

Probably because in America, we normally give like a cookie or some sort of candy to sob something off, but a biscuit is like unimaginable for a little kid to like enough to sob something off in america lol.
A cookie is a biscuit in the UK in fact cookie applies to a certain type of biscuit, biscuit is a catch all term.



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Wow, I feel pretty dumb.

Lol damn...

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Wow, I feel pretty dumb.

Lol damn...
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Wow, I feel pretty dumb.

Lol damn...
And so you should.

This is a cookie:


These are biscuits:


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I dont understand why people feel bad for fighting with siblings, me and my brother would wage war on each other, we put each other through walls, broker pool cues over each others heads, hell my brother hit me in the head with a nintendo once, Honestly our parents have told us that they are in utter amazement that my brother and I get along as adults because they were convinced when we were growing up that we wouldnt speak to each other when we got older.




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I have broken my brothers ankle and a friend's brother's ankle. I also stole my mother's friend's pocketbook while I was going through a drug stage ...a different drug stage, and through it in the sewer. It happend like 5 years ago and I just recently apologized for it a bit ago. Whenever I tell anyone that, I feel like a complete tool.



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i once hit my brother in the face with a penny from a sling shot, that one haunts me.
You bastard! My cousin did that to me when we were little only it was a nickel. That sh*t split me open pretty good on my forehead. I still have a scar from it to this day. I got him back though....I nailed him with a quarter a few days later that chipped one of his front teeth off! haha



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