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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #45 on: May 06, 2015, 02:40:53 PM »
We've had a few drinks and I'm bored. I know I'll strip off and you can set me on fire, that will be a laugh.  noooo:

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On an alcohol-fuelled night almost two months ago, he thought it would be harmless to spray himself with deodorant and methylated spirits and have his mates set him alight.

Dressed only in his underpants, he tempted fate by encouraging his mates to light up his leg, which he'd sprayed with deodorant.


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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #46 on: May 12, 2015, 09:28:17 AM »
I love this gator so much I'm going to kiss it on the snout. Oh by the way it's one of the largest and certainly the meanest one we have here....  eeek:

Seems that redneck stupidity may end up giving Darwin a run for his money.  noooo:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/575889/Watch-man-hand-monster-alligator-s-mouth-kiss-snout-before-saying-love-you
Some days I think the only thing keeping me from becoming homicidal is that the voices can't agree on which weapon would be the most fun.

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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #47 on: June 10, 2015, 08:12:49 PM »
An innocent paddle board trip to see a shipwreck.....  rubschin:

Called the SS Richard Montgomery  eeek: eeek: eeek:

Just how daft do you have to be to want to go anywhere near a shipwreck carrying 1400 tons of decaying high explosive ordnance.  noooo:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3118100/Pictured-Moment-idiot-paddleboarder-poses-stranded-WWII-ship-laden-1-400-tonnes-unexploded-bombs-explode-moment.html
Some days I think the only thing keeping me from becoming homicidal is that the voices can't agree on which weapon would be the most fun.

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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #48 on: June 10, 2015, 09:30:23 PM »
An innocent paddle board trip to see a shipwreck.....  rubschin:

Called the SS Richard Montgomery  eeek: eeek: eeek:

Just how daft do you have to be to want to go anywhere near a shipwreck carrying 1400 tons of decaying high explosive ordnance.  noooo:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3118100/Pictured-Moment-idiot-paddleboarder-poses-stranded-WWII-ship-laden-1-400-tonnes-unexploded-bombs-explode-moment.html


[serious] I have heard much about this wreck over the years and it seems a lot of nonsense.
If there was any real danger of it flattening Sheppey if it went off, MOD would have taken steps to clear it out, also, if it hasn't gone off after 70+ years of battering by tides and storms, some numpty splashing round it on a surf board is probably safe.[/serious]
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #49 on: June 11, 2015, 06:59:25 AM »
An innocent paddle board trip to see a shipwreck.....  rubschin:

Called the SS Richard Montgomery  eeek: eeek: eeek:

Just how daft do you have to be to want to go anywhere near a shipwreck carrying 1400 tons of decaying high explosive ordnance.  noooo:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3118100/Pictured-Moment-idiot-paddleboarder-poses-stranded-WWII-ship-laden-1-400-tonnes-unexploded-bombs-explode-moment.html


[serious] I have heard much about this wreck over the years and it seems a lot of nonsense.
If there was any real danger of it flattening Sheppey if it went off, MOD would have taken steps to clear it out, also, if it hasn't gone off after 70+ years of battering by tides and storms, some numpty splashing round it on a surf board is probably safe.[/serious]


^^^ wot that nice Mr. Darwin Sir said ^^^
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #50 on: June 11, 2015, 11:38:25 AM »
An innocent paddle board trip to see a shipwreck.....  rubschin:

Called the SS Richard Montgomery  eeek: eeek: eeek:

Just how daft do you have to be to want to go anywhere near a shipwreck carrying 1400 tons of decaying high explosive ordnance.  noooo:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3118100/Pictured-Moment-idiot-paddleboarder-poses-stranded-WWII-ship-laden-1-400-tonnes-unexploded-bombs-explode-moment.html


[serious] I have heard much about this wreck over the years and it seems a lot of nonsense.
If there was any real danger of it flattening Sheppey if it went off, MOD would have taken steps to clear it out, also, if it hasn't gone off after 70+ years of battering by tides and storms, some numpty splashing round it on a surf board is probably safe.[/serious]


^^^ wot that nice Mr. Darwin Sir said ^^^


Either that or the MOD thinks that Sheppey would be vastly improved by a large bomb crater...  rubschin:
Some days I think the only thing keeping me from becoming homicidal is that the voices can't agree on which weapon would be the most fun.

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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #51 on: June 11, 2015, 08:02:08 PM »
An innocent paddle board trip to see a shipwreck.....  rubschin:

Called the SS Richard Montgomery  eeek: eeek: eeek:

Just how daft do you have to be to want to go anywhere near a shipwreck carrying 1400 tons of decaying high explosive ordnance.  noooo:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3118100/Pictured-Moment-idiot-paddleboarder-poses-stranded-WWII-ship-laden-1-400-tonnes-unexploded-bombs-explode-moment.html


[serious] I have heard much about this wreck over the years and it seems a lot of nonsense.
If there was any real danger of it flattening Sheppey if it went off, MOD would have taken steps to clear it out, also, if it hasn't gone off after 70+ years of battering by tides and storms, some numpty splashing round it on a surf board is probably safe.[/serious]


^^^ wot that nice Mr. Darwin Sir said ^^^


Either that or the MOD thinks that Sheppey would be vastly improved by a large bomb crater...  rubschin:

That's likely it plus improving the gene pool

That wreck is effin dangerous, possibly the only thing more dangerous is trying to move the damn stuff.  Well that and a lightly imbibed 4x4 driving Smugger humming Eight Days a Week
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #52 on: June 11, 2015, 08:36:00 PM »
I love this gator so much I'm going to kiss it on the snout. Oh by the way it's one of the largest and certainly the meanest one we have here....  eeek:

Seems that redneck stupidity may end up giving Darwin a run for his money.  noooo:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/575889/Watch-man-hand-monster-alligator-s-mouth-kiss-snout-before-saying-love-you

I dare him to try that with my terrapin. You don't know pain til fluffy snaps his beak shut on your septum and refuses to let go. 20 minutes I had a terrapin hanging from my nose.  noooo:

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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #53 on: June 11, 2015, 08:52:28 PM »
I love this gator so much I'm going to kiss it on the snout. Oh by the way it's one of the largest and certainly the meanest one we have here....  eeek:

Seems that redneck stupidity may end up giving Darwin a run for his money.  noooo:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/575889/Watch-man-hand-monster-alligator-s-mouth-kiss-snout-before-saying-love-you

I dare him to try that with my terrapin. You don't know pain til fluffy snaps his beak shut on your septum and refuses to let go. 20 minutes I had a terrapin hanging from my nose.  noooo:


Something tells me I'm better off not asking why he was biting your nose in the first place...  noooo:
Some days I think the only thing keeping me from becoming homicidal is that the voices can't agree on which weapon would be the most fun.

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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #54 on: June 12, 2015, 05:15:03 AM »
I love this gator so much I'm going to kiss it on the snout. Oh by the way it's one of the largest and certainly the meanest one we have here....  eeek:

Seems that redneck stupidity may end up giving Darwin a run for his money.  noooo:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/575889/Watch-man-hand-monster-alligator-s-mouth-kiss-snout-before-saying-love-you

I dare him to try that with my terrapin. You don't know pain til fluffy snaps his beak shut on your septum and refuses to let go. 20 minutes I had a terrapin hanging from my nose.  noooo:


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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #55 on: July 01, 2015, 09:29:29 PM »
Anyone stupid enough to buy an iphone case shaped like a pistol sounds like Darwinism waiting to happen.  noooo:



http://www.nbcnews.com/video/police-warn-against-deathtrap-iphone-case-shaped-like-a-gun-474154563767
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #56 on: July 02, 2015, 04:28:53 AM »
Anyone stupid enough to buy an iphone case shaped like a pistol sounds like Darwinism waiting to happen.  noooo:



http://www.nbcnews.com/video/police-warn-against-deathtrap-iphone-case-shaped-like-a-gun-474154563767


Eeeek! What could possibly go wrong?  ;D
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #57 on: July 02, 2015, 10:48:42 AM »
Anyone stupid enough to buy an iphone case shaped like a pistol sounds like Darwinism waiting to happen.  noooo:



http://www.nbcnews.com/video/police-warn-against-deathtrap-iphone-case-shaped-like-a-gun-474154563767




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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
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Re: 20 years of the Darwin Awards
« Reply #59 on: July 02, 2015, 04:52:10 PM »