Don't try this at home children.

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    Don't try this at home children.

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    Lesson learned.
    Want to have sex when you grow up Timmy? Then don't play with those firecrackers!
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    Unfortunately, he did not die from his injuries, which means that he can only get an 'honourable mention', at best.
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    Unfortunately, he did not die from his injuries
    How can you even say something like that?

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    Are you sure they weren't filming a episode of Jr. Jackass?

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    Originally posted by Clyde
    How can you even say something like that?
    People like that are best kept out of the gene pool Clyde. Unless, of course, you want future generations to be that stupid.
    Away.

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    >>People like that are best kept out of the gene pool

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    Originally posted by Clyde
    How can you even say something like that?
    he was referring to the darwin award. you have to die to recieve the award.

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    I'm glad that I read that article, cos otherwise I might have thought that shoving a lighted firecracker up my a$$ was a fine idea [/irony]
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    Originally posted by Clyde
    How can you even say something like that?
    With a keyboard, apparently.

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    Talking

    LOL

    i think he was drunk.

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    he was referring to the darwin award. you have to die to recieve the award.
    I realise that, it was the "unfortuneately" i was objecting to.

    People like that are best kept out of the gene pool Clyde. Unless, of course, you want future generations to be that stupid.
    Everyday i grow more frustrated with humanity, every $$$$ing day. So he did something stupid, that means he deserves to be horribly injured? Or even to die?

    Everywhere i look i see stupidity, atleast this guy wasn't hurting other people.

    I just can't believe people can say "unfortunately he didn't die", i mean the guy will have family, "unfortunately he didn't die", what? WHAT?

    Besides you don't even know if this guy was actually that stupid, smart people can have amazingly stupid ideas, and do amazingly stupid things.

    I can very easily imagine some of the people i have known (and admittedly not liked very much) at school doing something inane like this, doesn't mean i'd be amused at their resulting misery.

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    The danger with movies like Jackass, he said, was that some people were tempted to try the stunts at home.

    Yeh, right.
    Such is life.

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