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By Anonymous - / Sunday 29 November 2009 16:57 / United States
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  birds_fml  |  7

Ceiling fans aren't that heavy, geez. And it's not like it's that far to fall from the ceiling to your face, like a couple feet maybe depending on how tall you are.

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  PumpkinTarte  |  0

When we get invaded by aliens you'll be standing there trying to figure out what they are, whether you just woke up in front of a huge movie screen or whether maybe you sleepdrugged yourself with hallucinogens, and either are quite unlikely but in the end you'll stand there so long that @^@$^#&%! happens to you while we've all already gone into hiding.

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  Skull_300  |  0

What the Fuck? ...Today, I smelled something nasty. I became violently ill. It was dog shit in my living (under that area where the ceiling fan used to be). So, I went to see why the dog shit there. I found myself standing in dog shit.

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  KaySL  |  24

More like he's annoyed the OP was only _hurt_. Seriously, this guy deserves a minor Darwin Award with regrets for not being turned into a blood sprinkler. That or he should enlist in the military as cannon fodder.

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But still. It fell on his -face-. I don't lift many ceiling fans, but I assume they're pretty heavy. Taking something really heavy right to the face (*giggle*) should cause some pretty bad damage, right?

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  livvyluvlaf  |  8

kaySL you made it sound like you implied it was on when you mentioned "blood sprinkler." a bump on the head by a not spinning ceiling fan wouldn't cause blood. Maybe a bloody nose at the most, but that's all.

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