What the hell happened to this guy
@eleven, She asked him if those pants made her butt look big and he said "Yes"
@HeadlessHampster, liar the last man who did that was never seen again
@eleven, he lost an arm and broke the other
@Michael Fassbender, you don't say, I meant how did happen
@HeadlessHampster, she must've really loved him to show such mercy
@eleven, car crash?
@eleven, he attempted human transmutation and accidentally smashed his hand under a suit of armor
@eleven, it doesn't say.
@eleven, he splinched while apparating
@eleven, I saw him - in the ICY , incubated with a fractured skull and neck . He didn't make it. An all female jury acquitted her, citing Justified Homicide
@eleven, a terrible foreplay accident
That is a true friend. After losing my right leg, but before getting my prosthetic leg, I took some of my old BDU's, DCU's, and ACU's and cut them to match LT Dan and let each of my Soldiers push me around while we caused mayhem in public places and they had to refer to me as such. Now that I'm out of the army and prosthetic leg, I go around to others who had drunk drivers that hit them and had an amputation to show them through comedy and true care that I can bring them back from the abyss that makes many give up and in. On a side note, jokes like this work wonders for some but does not work for many. Let the person settle in and realize they're still worth the same as the rest before helping them appreciate what is taken for granted.
@City87, you're awesome, and thank you for your service
@City87, awesome guy. Thank you for your service
@Flying Oranges , thank you.
@AgentK006, thank you.
@City87, that's so cool!!! I can't even imagine how sucky it would would be to loose a limb.
@City87, I do have to let friends of people who are friends with those unfortunate to need an amputation, comedy and inclusive activities are a must to keep them planted on the ground. Not all are the same, so keep in mind if they are as active and Airborne as I was, they will need different outlets than what they used to. Mine was running, skateboarding, snowboarding, etc etc but there are different routes.
@Zezima69, even though I've had mine for some time now, I can honestly say I have never been here before and it fvckin hurts. If it is not my femur and joint hurting, the phantom pains feel as if someone is shocking my thigh all night. The lack of sleep is compounded from the phantom pains and PTSD from the six years I spent between Iraq and Afghanland. After waking from a three-month coma, the doctors and nurses warned my parents that I might be psychotic and crazy from what I was screaming, but when they came in, it was usually the crazy fun I always have and told the staff that was normal 😆. After years of flirting with death, myself, and sanity, I find solace and comfort out here in the deep end and wait for others who would drown out here so I can bring them back to shore whilst I return to the deep end and wait for the next.
@City87, Props to you man. May I ask what made you want to join the military?
@City87, what company and platoon were you in? I served 4 years in Iraq and Afghanistan alongside you army folk. Much respect for you all.
@Gollum Fetish, I was 15 when 9/11 happened and my birthday is 9/15. I was forced to watch the attacks and it set me off after robbing my innocence that the world was fair. I graduated at 16 and signed up the same day. I'm 28 now. I hated it so much that I signed away my rights to fight for what I believe this country stands for or I would die trying. If it wasn't for a drunk driver after just coming back from my sixth deployment, I would still be there.
@Puppy0fDOOM, I deployed six, 3 OIF and 3 OEF. 1st Cav, 4ID, 3rd ACR, 1/25 Arctic Strawberries, 82nd Airborne (All the way!), 1st Medical BDE, 13th CosCom, 10th Mountain, etc etc...
@City87, Ok, that's right, I remember you telling me on a previous picture that you were in the military and then got injured by a drunk driver. I was just asking because I'm trying to get in to the Naval Academy.
@Gollum Fetish, good luck and I have one thing to ask of you when you first get your new boots and uniform. Do not give in or give up because when I was a Drill Sergeant, we were briefed to bring y'all pain and everything we could to stress y'all out beyond your own event horizon, so you can handle the war. Do not sign up for free education, medical benefits, or any incentive that many I had witnessed did; fight for the ones who cannot fight for whatever reason. Selflessness and altruism play huge roles when you sign that dotted line because it is the same action as writing a blank check, courtesy to America and fully signed. Don't let fear control you and it is not the violence that sets us apart from them, it is the distance we are prepared to go for what we believe in or we shall die trying. The only things you need to prepare yourself that will always stay the same is change. We train and fight in chaos and that is why we will never be beaten.
@Gollum Fetish, when you pass through OCS and you stand in front of everyone who helped shape you, I will be honored to call you family and will welcome you to the pride with open arms. Another hint since you are going OCS, remember that your enlisted personnel are your workforce and never, and I mean never, instruct your Sailors, Soldiers, Marines, and even Airmen to do something you would never do yourself. Take care of them and they will do everything to take care of you, to include sacrificing their life to protect yours. Let me know when you graduate and I will get in my dress blues, every ribbon and medal (which my DD214 just for awards and certifications alone is two pages long, front and back) to congratulate you personally and welcome you with several of my Soldiers, one of them that I had taken a 7.62 bullet to my chest for on one of our deployments in his first deployment while he and I were on a recovery mission in my HEMMT Wrecker.
@City87, Thanks man
@City87, The reason I am going to the Academy as opposed to just signing up is partially due to the education. Whether I am active duty or not for my five years of service after graduation, I plan to work for the Navy. I want to go to school for Mechanical Engineering, so even if I'm not directly serving the country, I will be working on making the machines that our soldiers have to work with more reliable, or effective.
@City87, holy shjt you are my godamn hero
Too busy jerking off to the previous pic.
@Junior Jnr Snr, be careful, how do you think he lost his arm?
@Poser Pete, whackident?
@Junior Jnr Snr, the previous pic happened to this guy
@Junior Jnr Snr, in too busy jerking off to this pic
he looks like bad luck Brian too
Lost right arm? Did you look behind the couch?
Cruel but funny........I like it
Is that Cook from Skins?
I guess he found a pic of your mom.
That's a true friend
Don't runecraft til your arms fall off.
How did he type that?
Surely there is a story behind this.
Too soon huh ?
The broken arm is a b!tch scar compared to the missing limb
CLAP YOUR BONES
Well, if you're taking it in stride, able to laugh about it, you don't need to clap to show you're happy.