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Unbeliveable Stories

Postby CodeZTM » Sat Jul 07, 2007 2:41 am

Got an ubelievable story that you would like to share?

Well, I had one the other day (4th of July).

I was playing golf (pre-major headache), and sliced it into the woods mistakenly. My parents and uncle and cousin were laughing their heads off, and I was all with my head down, when I hear a thud. The ball richoches off of a tree and lands 3 feet away from the hole. Their faces start laughing again, and my dad falls on his back laughing, as I suck at golf in its entirety. :lol:
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Postby SQ » Sat Jul 07, 2007 8:49 am

I showed up for editing class for three days.

My final was halfassed, I got a 70 on the midterm (which I took the same day as the final), and I somehow got a B.
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Postby guy07 » Sat Jul 07, 2007 12:12 pm

I have weird stuff like that happen to me all the time. Last night i thought i heard the phone ringing down stairs, i went down but it wasn't, no message or anything, i start back up stairs and he rings. It's a friend i hadn't spoken to in 9 months. She she said hadn't called earlier. Now, i usually can't hear the phone upstairs, so if i hadn't come down, i wouldn't of even gotten the call.

I'll post again when i remember mores stuffs.
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Postby Otohiko » Sat Jul 07, 2007 4:00 pm

My previous computer blew on the birthday of BOTH of my favorite musicians (Robert Fripp and Yuri Shevchuk). My current (well not anymore) PC blew on the birthday of the United States.

Any more birthdays and... yeah :roll:
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Postby Minion » Sat Jul 07, 2007 4:38 pm

i bought the re-release of perfect blue, and it wasn't letterboxed.
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Postby guy07 » Sun Jul 08, 2007 12:38 pm

you have a computer that blows ...did that feature cost extra?
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Postby Flint the Dwarf » Sun Jul 08, 2007 5:45 pm

Otohiko wrote:Any more birthdays and... yeah :roll:

Every day is a birthday.
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Postby wurpess » Mon Jul 09, 2007 2:01 am

I went to homecoming and then went out with my friends afterwards. I came home at about 2am, and there was a steel kitchen sink on the front steps. I asked my mom about it. She didn't believe me at first. Then she went and looked, and there it was. Which she said was odd because my step-dad left for work at 11pm, and my mom was sitting by the front window the whole time. We never found out who left it and when. Somewhere in January, there was a Christmas tree on the front step. Still, no clue what that was all about.

Another one, it was right after I had dated my bf, Rafe, the 1st time and we had broken up while he was in Korea. I had gotten him a Christmas present, but I decided to mail it to Korea when I went on leave and got home. So I packed it with my family's Christmas presents, only it didn't fit in my checked bag. So I stuck it in my carry-on. Well, my flight got delayed in Dallas (where Rafe is from), so due to the lack of seats at my gate, I just sat on the floor in the hall, put on my head phones and watched people go by. Then I suddenly realized this one guy walking by looked really familiar. It was Rafe on emergency leave because his grandpop died. And so because I had just happened to have stuck his present in my carry-on, I didn't have to mail it to Korea after all. My mom said that only I would find someone who's supposed to be a good way around the world in an airport to give them their Christmas present.
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Re: Unbeliveable Stories

Postby SilversLightning » Thu Jul 12, 2007 12:04 pm

code_chrono wrote:Got an ubelievable story that you would like to share?

Well, I had one the other day (4th of July).

I was playing golf (pre-major headache), and sliced it into the woods mistakenly. My parents and uncle and cousin were laughing their heads off, and I was all with my head down, when I hear a thud. The ball richoches off of a tree and lands 3 feet away from the hole. Their faces start laughing again, and my dad falls on his back laughing, as I suck at golf in its entirety. :lol:


that's why you play put-put hun :roll: :lol:
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Re: Unbeliveable Stories

Postby CodeZTM » Thu Jul 12, 2007 1:05 pm

DivineQueenYeiweh wrote:
that's why you play put-put hun :roll: :lol:


Actually, I'm very good at put-put, normally averaging a -1 or -2. I just can't drive or chip on the green.
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Re: Unbeliveable Stories

Postby Krisqo » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:19 pm

code_chrono wrote:
DivineQueenYeiweh wrote:
that's why you play put-put hun :roll: :lol:


Actually, I'm very good at put-put, normally averaging a -1 or -2. I just can't drive or chip on the green.


That sounds like a personal problem :lol:

I have something weird. In 8th grade my class went to the Pro Life march in Washington DC. We all know how many people are at the rally. Anywho... when my group was walking to the Metro Center (mind you there were HUNDREDS of people walking the same way) we happend to run into my older sister who was there with HER school.
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Postby Otohiko » Thu Jul 12, 2007 2:46 pm

My dad had his share of entirely real weird stories, which isn't that surprising I guess given his career as a musician, along with various side jobs and travelling experiences.

We used to live just outside a big 4-star hotel in Russia, so when things were really bad (financially) in the early 90's, my dad would just go out in front of the hotel and play for the tourists. Once he was approached by a Korean guy who wanted him to play "rock and roll". Dad played him some Elvis song; the guy opens his wallet, looks in, and there's only $100 bills in there. So he thinks for a moment, then gives him an $100 bill and again says "rock and roll". Dad, confused, plays the exact same song again, for which the Korean visitor promptly hands him another $100 bill and leaves. In the early 90's, I think we could live a couple of months onhe pay from that "rock and roll" incident :lol:

There also happened to be a conference of European mayors at that hotel, and dad once sighted a group of them talking outside, in French as it turned out, and promptly got to playing in front of them. They indeed turned out to be French mayors and he talked to the mayors of Lyon and Paris (in English) for several minutes, with them mostly wondering what life is like in Russia. Now, the mayor of Paris at that time was none other than Jaques Chirac, the recently-departed French president.

And that wasn't the end of his presidential encounters; in 1994 he went to the St. Petersburg city hall with some paperwork to register my grandmother's small business. A short, gloomy-looking city official signed off on their papers - none other than Vladimir Putin (who indeed held various posts at the city hall until his sudden rise late in the 90s).

So, morale of the story: if you meet my dad, there's a good chance you'll be president in few years. :roll:

There's also the story of my dad's first tour of the US in 1995. When he was in Phoenix, one of the people he knew there offered him a lift and invited him to come along and get something to eat with him. It was getting late however, and dad figured he'd better go to the place he was staying. So, the guy dropped him off and headed to the nearest food place by himself - but didn't get very far, as at the very next corner a truck plowed into the right side of his car, totally demolishing the passenger seat (though the driver walked away). Lucky escape there, and I guess that may be one reason my dad doesn't like fast food :P
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