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Shit you should never do unless you're me! -PART 3-

Nokia phones. Heavy and brutal. If you've read my previous post on how i managed to get my eyes red and sting a lot, you would expect it would have something to do with my eyes hurting or some shit. Well, its similar!

I was in my dad's car, a dark red Honda. I used to have a maid at that time so she was sitting in the back seat, with my sister and i. You see, because my sister never wanted to share anything in the past, even she had to be in the middle of the three of us so i wouldn't "snatch" my maid away. My dad was driving, and my mum was sitting on the front seat, next to my dad.
You would imagine this to be a family filled with joy sitting in a car on the way to the beach, with a scenery full of trees and idk, like the botanical garden everywhere. But nooooo, it wasn't. Bear in mind that this was probably like six or seven years ago, so i was using a Nokia phone back then. I used to carry those tiny sling pouches that could fit my Nokia phone in it and i would carry that everywhere i went, so that was with me too.

I got into a fight with my sister, I can't recall what it was about, but i remember I got really mad at her. So mad, i wanted to throw something at her, which I've never done before, ever. (you can calm down now) What was the perfect weapon to use on her? My Nokia phone, of course. It was still in my sling pouch and i was afraid that if i threw it at her it might hurt too much and she'll cry, so i kept it in my pouch where it was a little padding around the phone.

I literally swung my pouch with the phone inside it at her, just imagine it. My sister was in front of me, and i swung it towards her, so it went north straight for her face. Well unfortunately, just a few inches before it hit her face, it swung back clockwise direction to my face.

Oooh, oww.

It hit my nose, like the bony part and I'm not too sure if my nose would be the way it is now if all those accidents i had didn't injure my nose. It was just immediate karma. Instant. I swung it quite hard actually, because i thought i should use a little more energy as it had padding around it. I wasn't even sure if it was possible at that time! It was so unexpected!

Maybe all this happens to me because i broke that mirror when i was five, and didn't believe my mum when she said i would get seven years of bad luck. Or maybe its just me.


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