|Wall fights back
||[Jun. 15th, 2008|04:11 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
hoshuteki, this is the video that mooism and I were telling you about yesterday.Hey, |
Warning: don't watch if you're squeamish. Really.
He was strangely calm there, I thought.
I don't think he was the one with the wall on his leg, to be fair.
You still couldn't hear him going "OH FVCK JESUS CHRIST AAAAAGGGGGHHHHHH!" though.
He's the one screaming in the background, isn't he? (at :10 and :11).
Edited at 2008-06-15 03:19 pm (UTC)
Yeah, but it seems to be jsut a quick scream and ends before the "Help me" bit. Really, if it were me I'd still be screaming now.
I stabbed myself in the thigh with a Stanley knife once, accidentally, I should add, and I had a very strange ten to fifteen minutes where it didn't hurt at all, or even bleed.
That gave me enough time to change my trousers (for some reason) and drive to the hospital, by which time it was agony and a right bloody mess.
I'd imagine this is one of the body's clever tricks to keep you from dying...putting you into shock so you don't go into a complete fit and make it worse.
That guy's leg's a goner though, surely?
It certainly looks like a goner.
I had a friend knocked off his motorbike, who totally smashed his foot. Like, raspberry jam-type smashed. And he got out from under the bike, walked to the side of the road and smoked a fag, and then as he was about to drop the butt he was suddenly in agony. He literally hadn't noticed what he'd done for 5-10 mins.
Adrenalin is genius stuff.
I'd have been screaming like a girl. But then, I wouldn't have been stupid enough to repeatedly kick a wall in the first place. Perhaps this guy often goes around booting in crumbling pieces of masonry and so is used to getting one or both legs stuck.
Not really - if you ever really f*ck yourself up, you don't scream and freak out immediately. You get this weird window where it doesn't hurt yet and your body gives you a chance to get out of whatever the situation is. About 5 minutes later it starts hurting. I wish I knew how they got him out.
Ooh, I should scroll down before I start going on and on, shouldn't I?
No, I think going on and on should be encouraged!