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  Jhtaylor  |  8

yeah right I don't believe it at all! I'm just saying what are the odds. I mean maybe if you had like honey on your eyes and right beside a swamp. but good story

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"Today, while I was running in a cross country meet, a bug flew into my right eye. Then, a bug flew into my left eye. Not wanting to lose a neck-and-neck sprint, I tried to run blind. I hit a pole. FML" YDI.

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"Today, while I was running in a cross country meet, a bug flew into my right eye. Then, a bug flew into my left eye. Not wanting to lose a neck-and-neck sprint, I tried to run blind. I hit a pole. FML" YDI.

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hello trollers. look at your comment. now back to mine. now back to your comment. now back to mine. sadly, it isn't mine, but if you stopped randomly posting and thought before you spoke, it could look like it's mine. look down. back up. where are you? you're leaving a reply to the post your post could look like. what did you write? back at me. I have it. it's one comment on that thing you love! look again... THE COMMENT IS NOW DIAMONDS. anythings possible when you write like a champ, and not a lady. I'm on a horse.

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  kyliebear  |  35

Not number one rule if your blind. If at any time you fail to see, or even fail to run, you stop. Doesn't matter about "rules" in a XC race. Making sure you are okay and safe to go again is more important than winning a race.

By  Anaxes  |  31

I can only imagine 2 people running beside each other, coming to a curve, the OP just running forward into a lamp post while the competitor follows the curve.

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