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Thu 27/02/03 at 18:09
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wow, after a full afternoon of sadistic fun I feel like more.....

I spent basically my afternoon as an official for an annual school race in Wimbledon Common. The race is all really muddy.

I was positioned as a martial next to a stream that the runners had to jump across. This was the best bit of the afternonn. For the whole time I stayed there, positioning sticks and twigs so that in order for the runners to get past the stream they had to jump into the water.

Even better, this race is a 4-man relay race which means 4 people did one lap each on each team. 11 teams, 44 people... Every time someone went past I put an extra stick or log where they landed. @Because this was a relay race, nobody realised that the jump was in fact getting worse and worse every time a pack of runners went past because nobody went around twice.

I managed to make 1 teacher fall twice and 3 guys and one of the fittest girls in the school all fall once each.

Life is beautiful.
Fri 28/02/03 at 13:11
"slightlyshortertagl"
Posts: 10,759
heh

I've been either shouted at or thanked today

:-D
Thu 27/02/03 at 22:17
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"Remember me?"
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HalloHowArtThou wrote:
> Life is beautiful.

*

Albeit painful if you're a teacher or a fit girl, or so it would seem. You are a rascal.

Lorl.
Thu 27/02/03 at 21:46
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"699 days!"
Posts: 843
This truly must be the most coincidental day ever!!!

I astonishingly also found myself on Wimbledon Common, and in an even more bizarre twist found myself officiating another anual school run! In fact, there was also a guy called Nidal as well!! Shock horror!!!

Oh wait...
Thu 27/02/03 at 21:41
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Posts: 10,437
Lol!
Thu 27/02/03 at 20:22
"slightlyshortertagl"
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Life is indeed beautiful
Thu 27/02/03 at 19:06
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Posts: 11,652
LOL, nice one mate, if only i was there to see it, it would of made my day instead of, 2 hours of elctronics, maths, english and science...
Thu 27/02/03 at 18:55
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"Twisted Ninja"
Posts: 44
After a day of pain, i feel for even more!

What a coincidence!! i was infact today sweating and ripping up my legs on protruding bushes in wimbledon common; running in a school race in which we had to jump over a river, marshalled by a boy looking with glee at the chaos he caused by his careful positioning of logs.
As a self confessed masochist, i have to admit i do enjoy the pain of a long distance run, however, i do not like my own pain being agravated by sumone who does not understand my wishes, it is for that reason that that i congratulate him on his spontanaity and his originality! well done Nidal!! lol
By the way, i feel my modesty slipping and i have to admit that i did win that race for my team, and got one of te best times in the year... oh, my modesty is back now.
Twistd
Thu 27/02/03 at 18:09
"slightlyshortertagl"
Posts: 10,759
wow, after a full afternoon of sadistic fun I feel like more.....

I spent basically my afternoon as an official for an annual school race in Wimbledon Common. The race is all really muddy.

I was positioned as a martial next to a stream that the runners had to jump across. This was the best bit of the afternonn. For the whole time I stayed there, positioning sticks and twigs so that in order for the runners to get past the stream they had to jump into the water.

Even better, this race is a 4-man relay race which means 4 people did one lap each on each team. 11 teams, 44 people... Every time someone went past I put an extra stick or log where they landed. @Because this was a relay race, nobody realised that the jump was in fact getting worse and worse every time a pack of runners went past because nobody went around twice.

I managed to make 1 teacher fall twice and 3 guys and one of the fittest girls in the school all fall once each.

Life is beautiful.

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