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Friday, September 17, 2010

Falling Down

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I was walking along The Strand yesterday afternoon, enjoying the sunshine and looking at some of my old haunts.

Then blinky, blonky, blimey...guess what?

I tripped over an uneven paving stone and fell flat on my face.

Today I have a limp and a grazed knee.

Am I suing the council?

Am I fark!

It was my own fault for not looking where I was walking!

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  1. David J Hilton11:33 AM

    Been approached by any ambulance chasers here Ken?

  2. Did you quickly look round, hoping no one had seen you?

  3. A. Cownsil employee12:06 PM

    Luck matey . . .
    If youve dammaged our paving stone and left eny blood on it well be comming after you for the cleenup costs.
    So watch it.

  4. Marvellous film,douglas is very underated,though romancing the stone was bollocks,shame the poor fellow now has throat cancer ,i hope it is not terminal.

  5. Lord of Atlantis2:20 PM

    Funny enough, the same thing happened to me, just ouside Hammersmith station, about 3 months ago and, having a heavy pack on my back at the time, I went down very quickly. A very nice young man from a fast food restaurant nearby, who had seen the incident, rushed out to help me to my feet and to see that I was o.k (despite the rather
    'colourful' language I used immediately following the incident. Apart from being 'shook up', there was very little blood spilt, but my kneecaps took the brunt of the fall and, for a few days, I too had a limp. Even now I still get an occasional bit of 'gip' from my knees but, like your good self, Ken, the thought of suing anyone never entered my head.

  6. Lord T3:02 PM

    Guys, guys,

    What sort of example are you showing the next generation. You need to sue and hop to it quick before your time runs out. You could claim for the shock that stopped you claiming too.

    Draining themof money is the only way we can get rid of them.

  7. Anonymous6:03 PM

    Zimmer frames are supposed to be good for that sort of thing, otherwise there's a skill worth developing for tripping in public if manful pride is to remain intact. It's all to do with turning adversity into an art-form; typically involving a hop, skip and a jump whilst attempting to remain upright, but regaining a bit more dignity and balance, at each stage of the performance.

    However, if the end game involves lying face down in the mud with some little old lady offering to help you back up onto your feet again, then all hope is lost.

    Also, when walking along the Strand it pays to look straight ahead and ignore the shop windows. I remember once glancing into a jeweller's window on the Strand and seeing the watch I'm currently wearing. It was calling out: “Buy me! Please buy me!”. In the end it just broke my heart, I felt a moral duty to drop everything and respond to its plaintiff cry.

  8. Anonymous1:51 AM

    why did you use your face to break your fall?