Right so, anyone who knows me knows I’m clumsy as hell.
I’m always injuring myself.
Lately I have found that other people tend to injure me as well, and the optimist in me hopes that this is all unintentional. I fully believe that Londoners just do not have spacial awareness.
I intend to prove this.
So, I’m going to make a series of the my face once I’m injured.
This one is a big post though, explaining what’s happened the last three times I’ve been injured.
I was standing at the bus stop, in the rain, patiently waiting for the bus. Someone was walking behind me with an umbrella. Their umbrella was not high enough. Not only did one of the metal arms scrap across my scalp, but it also got tangled in my mess of curls pulled out some of my hair.
The tube had arrived at my stop, and I was eager to get off. A person was taking some time to get off and there were other people waiting for this person. In an attempt to join the line to get off behind this person, I stood up behind them. They had their hand on the pole which was next to me and as I stood up, they slapped me across the face.
3. I was walking up the road to the shops and someone was holding two brooms with their handles sticking out in front of them. I was walking on my path and all of a sudden the broom handles were whacking into my arm, as this person had walked into my pathway, for no reason.
Do you have any stories like this? Let me know!
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