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By Anonymous - / Sunday 17 April 2016 16:37 / United States - Middletown
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  Recon13x  |  9

Soooo a goal going in is worse than a kid going to the hospital...

By  i_wuz_nver_here  |  31

Would've been super embarrassing if he made the shot... oh wait it was embarrassing

By  JetCyclone27  |  18

This is an example of instant karma

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  Ayasha_fml  |  12

It really is Karma, though. If OP hadn't been such a macho showy wanna-be alpha male to a guy who probably made an honest mistake due to excitement, stress, etc that usually involves a game, and not kicked the ball so hard, the kid would be fine. Hopefully the parents and coach punished him as well as his guilt. YFDI big time. The side lines are, you know, usually where fans are. Kids, parents, family, friends, bystanders. The right direction would be to kick it back onto the field hard. Yes, I have played soccer, both casually and on a team. It probably goes by a different name, but physical dyslexia exists. Say you get a glass of milk and mix up the locations. You put the gallon in the cupboard and then the glass in the fridge, then realize what happened. I've done it, and a quick search online shows others have. It's not always just about reading or writing words backwards or mixed up.

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  Ayasha_fml  |  12

No, of course not. Blocking the ball is fine but making a show of it to embarrass the other guy.

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  davidpropert  |  32

@12, idk how you think OP was being a "wanna-be alpha male" or what kind of soccer youve played where someone decides to kick the shit out of the ball at the goal because of "excitement" or "stress" from the other side of the field. Why the hell should he he punished for a mistake that happened in a game... He didn't hurt his team mate on purpose. Also, you're physical dyslexia comment is completely unrelated.

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