Do You Ever Feel The Need To Make Yourself Feel Better?

Posted on August 27, 2006 
Filed Under Funnies

We don’t play again for another two weeks, we were miserable yesterday, I’ve got a headache and a bit of a cold today after being soaked to the skin in the rain yesterday. When I feel like this I always want to see someone in a worse position than myself. It helps me to feel better.

Whilst the following video mightn’t show anyone in a worse position than me, it does show someone getting hurt several times. I like it when this guy gets hurt.

And by the way, doesn’t Tim Lovejoy have a face that would look better for having some sort of sharp implement jabbed into it repeatedly?

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One Response to “Do You Ever Feel The Need To Make Yourself Feel Better?”

  1. Rich on August 27th, 2006 7:32 pm

    Beeeaaaautiful

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