No it's the normal reaction, when I was 12 we went on a school trip to london and while on the coach back we got diverted because some looser wanted to jump of a building, being the nice little child that we were when we were close enought to the building to see him everyone was banging on the windows shout "do it" "jump" so I would say your reaction was perfectly normal!Civvy_Shot said:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/south_yorkshire/6408991.stm
Is it wrong to find this amusing? Some people at work are looking at me a bit oddly now.
If it'd been one of my relatives they'd probably be singing 'I believe I can fly' while trying to remember where they had left their medicationRandom_Task said:
Flying in the face of adversity?Civvy_Shot said:If it'd been one of my relatives they'd probably be singing 'I believe I can fly' while trying to remember where they had left their medicationRandom_Task said:
More like Derek & Clive I thought:sniper_bob said:PMSL! Straight out of a Monty Python sketch!
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