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I haven't laughed this hard in a week. I love that basketball video. I love the sense of forshadowing you get when you watch him streaking down the sideline.

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Actually, the funniest part of the video is the end, when the kids are walking back, and number 99 comes into view: "Ha ha, that was a funny hit by the safe. . . What the hell??!!"
Was he laying down when the ball was snapped? :mellow:
He just pops up out of nowhere like the friggen Bigfoot. I half-expect him to say to his teamate: "Grug like little-man's tacke. Next time, Grug's turn."

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Actually, the funniest part of the video is the end, when the kids are walking back, and number 99 comes into view: "Ha ha, that was a funny hit by the safe. . . What the hell??!!"
Was he laying down when the ball was snapped? :shrug:
It took several viewings for me to figure out was position #99 was playing. After a Jaworski-level analysis, I determined that #99 was lined up at DT, between the LG and C. He was double-teamed (by two kids that may or may not have a heavier combined weight than #99), and was not a factor on the play.
I think I might disagree here. After (multiple) viewings, it appears that the safety comes shooting through the hole that was left when the LG moves over to double-team Grug. If that LG isn't preoccupied, he can move over and pick up the blitz.

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Something's apparently wrong with me - I found neither of the clips funny and was just alarmed at the likely injury to the kids.

:Dadwithtwolittlekids:

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Something's apparently wrong with me - I found neither of the clips funny and was just alarmed at the likely injury to the kids.:Dadwithtwolittlekids: :lmao:

I have two little kids as well. Can't get enough of these videos. Saw my 3-year-old take one of those giant bouncy balls to the face once. About a 30-yard kick, one bounce, she had no clue a ball was coming. WHAM. She went down, I was horrified....for about 4 seconds. Then I realized she was ok and laughed my butt off.If these were malicious attacks, they wouldn't be funny. But they're accidents...so they are hysterical.

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Something's apparently wrong with me - I found neither of the clips funny and was just alarmed at the likely injury to the kids.:Dadwithtwolittlekids: :thumbup:

I have two little kids as well. Can't get enough of these videos. Saw my 3-year-old take one of those giant bouncy balls to the face once. About a 30-yard kick, one bounce, she had no clue a ball was coming. WHAM. She went down, I was horrified....for about 4 seconds. Then I realized she was ok and laughed my butt off.If these were malicious attacks, they wouldn't be funny. But they're accidents...so they are hysterical.
:goodposting: Stuff like this happens to most kids at some point in their life. These are just some that happened to get caught on camera. I am sure that most of these didn't result in any serious injuries.

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Actually, the funniest part of the video is the end, when the kids are walking back, and number 99 comes into view: "Ha ha, that was a funny hit by the safe. . . What the hell??!!"
Was he laying down when the ball was snapped? :hot:
It took several viewings for me to figure out was position #99 was playing. After a Jaworski-level analysis, I determined that #99 was lined up at DT, between the LG and C. He was double-teamed (by two kids that may or may not have a heavier combined weight than #99), and was not a factor on the play.
I think I might disagree here. After (multiple) viewings, it appears that the safety comes shooting through the hole that was left when the LG moves over to double-team Grug. If that LG isn't preoccupied, he can move over and pick up the blitz.
:spaceeater: :lol:

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Actually, the funniest part of the video is the end, when the kids are walking back, and number 99 comes into view: "Ha ha, that was a funny hit by the safe. . . What the hell??!!"
Was he laying down when the ball was snapped? :thumbup:
It took several viewings for me to figure out was position #99 was playing. After a Jaworski-level analysis, I determined that #99 was lined up at DT, between the LG and C. He was double-teamed (by two kids that may or may not have a heavier combined weight than #99), and was not a factor on the play.
I think I might disagree here. After (multiple) viewings, it appears that the safety comes shooting through the hole that was left when the LG moves over to double-team Grug. If that LG isn't preoccupied, he can move over and pick up the blitz.
:spaceeater: :hophead:
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Actually, the funniest part of the video is the end, when the kids are walking back, and number 99 comes into view: "Ha ha, that was a funny hit by the safe. . . What the hell??!!"
Was he laying down when the ball was snapped? :goodposting:
It took several viewings for me to figure out was position #99 was playing. After a Jaworski-level analysis, I determined that #99 was lined up at DT, between the LG and C. He was double-teamed (by two kids that may or may not have a heavier combined weight than #99), and was not a factor on the play.
I think I might disagree here. After (multiple) viewings, it appears that the safety comes shooting through the hole that was left when the LG moves over to double-team Grug. If that LG isn't preoccupied, he can move over and pick up the blitz.
Usually at that age those behemoth-type kids aren't really playmakers...they just act as a barrier.

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Something's apparently wrong with me - I found neither of the clips funny and was just alarmed at the likely injury to the kids.:Dadwithtwolittlekids: :thumbup:

I have two little kids as well. Can't get enough of these videos. Saw my 3-year-old take one of those giant bouncy balls to the face once. About a 30-yard kick, one bounce, she had no clue a ball was coming. WHAM. She went down, I was horrified....for about 4 seconds. Then I realized she was ok and laughed my butt off.If these were malicious attacks, they wouldn't be funny. But they're accidents...so they are hysterical.
:goodposting: Stuff like this happens to most kids at some point in their life. These are just some that happened to get caught on camera. I am sure that most of these didn't result in any serious injuries.
If we can't laugh at other people's kids who can we laugh at?

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:goodposting:
Update? That didn't seem all that survivable. Hit by the car, then the inevitable landing on the asphalt and maybe some wheelownage?

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:goodposting:
Update? That didn't seem all that survivable. Hit by the car, then the inevitable landing on the asphalt and maybe some wheelownage?
He's fine.

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Update? That didn't seem all that survivable. Hit by the car, then the inevitable landing on the asphalt and maybe some wheelownage?
He's fine.
I don't want to laugh at that. But if I did I would. :unsure:

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Something's apparently wrong with me - I found neither of the clips funny and was just alarmed at the likely injury to the kids.:Dadwithtwolittlekids: :hifive:

I have two little kids as well. Can't get enough of these videos. Saw my 3-year-old take one of those giant bouncy balls to the face once. About a 30-yard kick, one bounce, she had no clue a ball was coming. WHAM. She went down, I was horrified....for about 4 seconds. Then I realized she was ok and laughed my butt off.If these were malicious attacks, they wouldn't be funny. But they're accidents...so they are hysterical.
:thumbup: Stuff like this happens to most kids at some point in their life. These are just some that happened to get caught on camera. I am sure that most of these didn't result in any serious injuries.
Don't get me wrong - I'm all for the "America's Funniest Video's" type kid wipe-outs, but the kick from the break dancer sent that kid FLYING. No way there wasn't damage there. I can't watch the rest of these, especially when "Wheelownage" is mentioned...

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Thought this thread was going to be about LHUCKS.

:(I did too. I thought it was his "appreciation thread" :goodposting:

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