Today, I was horseback riding. Somebody yelled something behind me, so I turned around. Next thing I know, I am on the ground and my head is killing me. It turns out I ran into a tree branch. The person behind me simply said, "Watch out." FML
By fyln00b / Saturday 3 July 2010 04:49 / France
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  davekron  |  0

I'm sure he would have prefered saying : " YOU'RE ABOUT TO GET STRUCK BY A TREE BRANCH", but he figured "watch out" was easier and faster to say...

By  mooshibear140  |  4

Maybe that was what he/she was trying to say to you in the first place. YDI for looking back while riding on a horse. people have died before from that. At least you learned your lesson.

  mooshibear140  |  4

Just because it hasn't happened to you, doesn't mean it can't happen to someone else. Many people have been in a car accident before, but just because it's never happened to me doesn't mean it's not possible.

  phreshboi  |  1

but what I don't understand is why Americans(including canadians, that's me) call it horseback riding when it's not possible to ride the horse anywhere else.?? Europeans simply call it horse riding...

  Vanni  |  0

Yes, many times when someone submits an FML from an app, it can't tell their location. So it defaults to Nord-Pas-de-Calais. On the website, it says "submitted from a mobile version" instead, so it's less confusing.

  dontgivafuk  |  9

I hate horse people. they are all very snobbish and when they ride down my street their horses shit on the road and the riders just leave it there. so I followed them on my quad racing back and forth. scared the horses and the rider fell off. hilarious indeed. no more horse shit in front of my house!

  BritSkits  |  22

excuse you 87. I'm a horse person and I'm not snobby. And if a horse shits in the road, big fucking deal. get over it. you can't just get off to clean it. You should also know better than to attempt to scare the horses. Doing that could get someone, including you, killed or seriously injured. It isn't a joke.