• aibee

    Does anyone else wonder what happened to the pudding?

  • http://www.eddoandco.com eddeauc

    Ha! everyone clammers to be like dooce- I hit my head, I got hit by a car! Ooh me! me!

    I must admit, I am right there with them.

  • EC

    Stay out of the kitchen.

  • http://www.oftquoted.com Raymond

    Well you got my vote for the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Say hi to Ms. Harker for me. ;)

  • Marc

    Utter “fack” and your instantly Cadbury the butler to me. Bellow “fook” and you’re ready for the cast of “Trainspotting, the weblog”. A staccato “foak-eeng” and I’m transported to the passenger seat of a metro cab. Sigh a “fawww…” and you sound like me a good ten times a day.

  • Kimberly

    that’s me every day of the week, if it will bruise me I manage to hit it… thanks again for the laugh out loud reality shared by many!

  • Pat

    heather you have my symathy about the wall but what happened to the pudding? america whats to know ok maybe just me please tell me you didn’t drop it after what you went through to get it oh bye the bye isn’t mormon tabernacle choir greatest hits a contradiction ?

  • Super Kyle

    I think I am a three year old super hero. I like to think of myself as Spider Man, green man (Hulk), or a Pirate, “Argh!” My body is covered in proof. Today, in fact, as I climbed up the cupboard to get the play-dough my Mommy hid from me, I opened the drawer only to have the humidifier slam into my nose and my leg. Ouch! –(I miss you guys and my friend, Chuck.)

  • Doorframe

    Nobody pays any attention to all those poor doorframes that constantly get smacked into. Not even a sorry. Even a pudding gets more attention.

  • Phil

    Doocey Manilow.

  • http://www.kevynnmalone.blogspot.com Kevynn Malone

    Phil? That’s funny.

  • lexi

    Its so ironic isnt it? Usually when I’m not thinking about the pans falling on my head when i reach for something they never fall, but the minute I start to worry about them falling they do, and if they don’t boy do you feel like you accomplished something, yep I know that feeling, I get it every day, but the sad part is, when you start to relax and start telling your self that your getting the hang of this and bam! something else happens, just like when you slammed into the door frame

  • http://fudgeit.blogspot.com bushra

    do i take this comment box opportunity and harp on about my accident prone life, or do i go see the chocolate fudge cake in the fridge?


  • http://www.carlabeth.com Carla Beth

    NOT worth the battle. Chocolate ALWAYS wins. Have mouth, will consume chocolate ad infinitum.

  • Kristine

    Um, could I suggest keeping cans/pans/etc. in a bottom cupboard? Put the cold cereal in those high cupboards — it doesn’t hurt when Rice Krispies fall on your head.

  • http://punzie.blogspot.com elisheva

    actually, cereal boxes can be painful too, especially if the corner falls precisely at that spot between the pinky and 4th toe. Ouch! Then, obviously, I have to stand up and get whacked by the top of the cupboard door. Top shelves are safer because I need a chair to reach them, but the freezer can be dangerous to open. I’ve had chicken fall on my toes one too many times to trust that thing.