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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by IdoL, May 28, 2012.
A car slides sideways at freeway speeds, until it hits dirt and begins to roll. The passengers are either unbelted or the force of the accident makes seatbelts useless and they are ejected. As the car rolls, one of the occupant's arms is severed. Seems pretty unpleasant to me. Not really glad I watched it.
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An Arab crashed his car.
Now it all makes sense.
It was an IED
wait, was that an arm? wheres the blood
Have you ever cut your arm off before?
Make sure to document it for future reference in case you pass out!?
Drummer of def leppard on his way to come pick it up
Dont think there was long enough for the blood to come out yet
When i wasa about 6 my dad told me if you get your arm *ripped* off its not too bad cause alll the veins and stuff get closed or something, but if its sliced/cut off its bad news cause they will stay open and let the blood out.
i was gonna add i want it in HD <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/sad.gif"></A>
but thankfully the filming job is great, the cameraman managed to keep his eye on the prize throughout the ordeal.
is the arm the dudes that hit the fence? how do they go opposite directions!
i see a trend
The Toyota Corolla is not a performance machine.
Props to the driver for avoiding hitting the Mercedes SUV. True skills
That was a Camry n00b!
he doesn't know much about cars
Even i knew that was a camry and its not sold here
Seriously. The Camry definitely is a performance machine.
"not too bad"
Makes sense cos if u think about how we evolved in the jungle the. A lion would come and bite your arm and rip it off i. A pullin like motion so we evolved like that to still survive with an arm ripped off
You won't find lions in the jungle, though
Can I join one of your pub quizzes now
Wanna go eggheads irl