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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-04-2006, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Ran over someones ankle today lol....

Not a real long story but it amuses me still, So I park my bike when its not in a garage behind my house on this odd piece of concrete that just sits in our backyard, but you have to go thru about 10- 20 feet of grass to get to it. I think it used to be the foundation for a gazebo or something. Anyhow, between the patch and the driveway is the grass and the porch. The grass is pretty high, like almost waist, we dont mow, obviously. My brother was digging for his lighter on his stomach that had fallen down in the porch, when i came in to park.


He was so deep in the grass that I never saw him, just rolled right over his left ankle lol, I did it all slow too cuz I dont really go bombing thru prairie grass, so he s got a nice big fat bruise on it now.


Moral of the story, dont lay your stupid ass down in 4 foot tall grass and not expect to get run over. HAR HAR HAR.,
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If you have tall grass, you have rodents, who like to build nests and hatch little rodents in warm, protected places, like on top of transmission cases, behind radiators, etc. Just a thought....

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holy crap thats a good call, I better keep an eye out for that.
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Did you brother atleast find his lighter? lol.
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Tell your brother you know of an old sod still riding m/cs & says "screwing up the ankle is a ruddy pain in later yrs". Poor bugger, though first for me was when six yrs of age & in the winter time at this coal place I would grab the right running board & slide along in the snow or on the ice then let go as truck turned left ONLY this time it turned right & my ankle was run over by dual wheels of a truck full of coal. Limped around for months & said to my Mom that I did it when playing hockey. After that it was in flat tracking, dirt hill climbing & MXing & always the originally weakened ankle.LOL
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holy crap thats a good call, I better keep an eye out for that.
Or........you could just mow.




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Or........you could just mow.
I prefer to burn overgrown shrubs and grass... fire always smells better than exhaust and is alot more fun to watch
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I prefer to burn overgrown shrubs and grass... fire always smells better than exhaust and is alot more fun to watch
Yeah, but by the sounds of these guys, they'd end-up razing the house too!




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hahahaa... that's too bad but it sure is funny... what's the odds of pullin something liek that off reckon ya probably thought you had ran over a small tree limb huh? till you heard him scream?

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Well DreamRyder I do not think a tree limb YELPS or complains after.LOL
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