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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby Anarey » Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:02 am

Well I trip on my own feet (constantly) and I choke with my own breath so those don't çount. :oops: My latest clumsy moment was a couple of weeks ago when I was cleaning the windows and I let one of the glass sheets fall 3 stories below. I'm also dangerous to boyfriends, some times I'm going to put my arm around them and hit their noses. I believe my mind works better than my body. There's just no coordination between them. :roll:
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby darkrider » Sun Sep 14, 2008 10:21 am

Almost every day-I'm very clumsey.

I run into things, trip over things that aren't there...or even my own feet...etc.
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby Jacob's_Girl » Sun Sep 14, 2008 4:56 pm

I'm always falling, dropping things, running into things, etc. This isn't my MOST Bella moment but it's up there. I was in the lobby of a hotel I was staying at during a convention talking to some friends (about a dozen people in all) and went to sit down in this big over-stuffed armchair. Of course, I missed the chair by at least 3 ft and fell flat on my back and hit my head on the tile. I wasn't really hurt. Me and two guys I've known for a while were laughing like crazy people; K. fell out of his chair cuz he was laughing so hard! But everyone else was freaking out... :oops: During that same convention, I fell down over a dozen seperate flights of stairs.
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby SethisMine » Sun Sep 14, 2008 4:58 pm

I tend to sprain my ankles just walking on any surface whether it's flat or bumpy.
My last injury happened when I tripped over a pine cone walking home from school. I tried to catch myself with my hand, but ended up spraining my wrist and my ankle because of the fall.
Another time I was playing basketball with my friends, which was probably a bad idea, and i ended up tripping over my foot or something. But as I was falling one of my friends tripped over me. We both ended up with an injury or two.
But I also seem to run into things or drop them. I've seemed to injure myself soo much that it is weird if I don't have a new sprain or bruise a week.
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby colegurl » Sun Sep 14, 2008 6:25 pm

oh jeez..i am so klutzy...i fall down and up stairs..i trip over the air and my own feet..i usually fall into my chair at school..i knock everything over..i hurt my self on stupid things like the edge of a window sill...just this morning i came out of the bathroom which is connected to the kitchen..and i snuck up behind my cousin and was like "RETARD!!!" she turned around and i was just standing there..next thing i knew i was falling over and into the fridge..i do have good hand-eye cordnation..surprisingly...but yea..i so accident prone too..i just stab my finger on my pin thats on my purse..
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby *Bloodlust* » Sun Sep 14, 2008 7:34 pm

I'd never noticed before VERY recently(literally about a month ago) that I'm an extremely clumsy person. It was a thought that just never crossed my mind. I drop things all the time, I stumble over little things constantly, and I have great difficulty walking straight, unless I concentrate. Also I suck at DDR, not because I can't dance or have no rhythm, but because my coordination is all off. I jump off the mat and start stomping on the carpet :lol: .I'm not disconcerted though. The whole thing is just highly amusing. I never really thought Bella and I had much in common at all. It's nice to know there's something.
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby Court » Sun Sep 14, 2008 7:42 pm

oh man. everyone calls me the mistress of disaster. lol I tripped over a table at work the other day and then face planted right into a wall. it's horrible. lol.
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby Elizabeth » Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:34 am


I use the term 'pulling a bella' all the time!
I'm a walking disaster. I can't even walk right, I trip on nothing! I can't even blame it on the carpet because there's no pattern, my shoe just gets stuck and I stumble. I trip at least once a day.
I'm clumsy. I have horrible eye-hand coordination. I drop things all the time, like I have butterfingers. I walk into walls, columns, tables, I see them, it's just I misjudge the distance and I usually end up hitting a shoulder turning a corner or walking into tables.
One of my worst Bella moments was when I was bowling. The ball was slick and when I went to pull it back before I let it roll, the ball slipped out of my fingers and went flying backward! I was so worried that I hit someone, but when I turned, people were laughing, and some cute guys were in the lane next to mine and they had seen the whole thing! I thought my face was going to burn off from the embarassment :oops:
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby K-Dawg » Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:50 am

Elizabeth wrote:
I use the term 'pulling a bella' all the time!
I'm a walking disaster. I can't even walk right, I trip on nothing! I can't even blame it on the carpet because there's no pattern, my shoe just gets stuck and I stumble. I trip at least once a day.
I'm clumsy. I have horrible eye-hand coordination. I drop things all the time, like I have butterfingers. I walk into walls, columns, tables, I see them, it's just I misjudge the distance and I usually end up hitting a shoulder turning a corner or walking into tables.


I do that all the time! You just miscalculate the distance you are from something and end up walking into it! I'm forever tripping over nothing, and I keep my room in such a mess that EVERYONE falls over, so it's not just me! :D
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Re: Pulling a Bella

Postby netnut » Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:28 am

i always seem to drop something im holding, like a beverage, or spill liquid all over my shirt. its embarrassing.

& when i walk i need to totally focus in order to not trip on something like a sidewalk level change or even my own feet! im such a space cadet.
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