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    We've all had those moments when we've done something incredibly lucky and unbelievably amazing; you feel on top of the world afterwards and your expression can best be illustrated as :eek:. What are your's?

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    I am one of the worst people I know at football so when we used to play it in P.E. at school I was always the goalkeeper (yes, I was that kid ). Anyway, my team-mates usually urged my to throw the ball to them rather thank kicking it, probably because whenever I took a goal-kick it would be something special if it stayed on the pitch. However, once in a while I'd wind them up and kick it anyway, but one time I scored a goal with out it even bouncing on the ground! It went straight into the top right hand side of the goal!

    Just today I have been playing golf. The hole wasn't too long, 130yds. I took my shot and it hit the flag pole- which is unbelievable in itself. It then landed and rolled to just beyond the green where it rested for about 10 seconds. Then, slowly, it rolled back down the green and went right into the hole!
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    This might sound strange, but once, in year 7, this guy (who was reputed to be tough in the school) slapped me round the back of the head, thinking I would just take it like everybody else did. Instinctively, I turned round and slapped him back, without realising who I'd hit. He grabbed me and we got into a minor scuffle, but his friends broke it up. Anyway, the story spread round the school that I had stood up to this tough guy, and it just felt awesome being that centre of attention and being, like, the only person to stand up against that guy. Funny how things work out, because me and that guy are good friends now.
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    I've done some pretty insane stuff on a skateboard.
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    I've done the matrix move a couple of times at some crucial moments
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    Beach, I'm fabulous


    Used the word beach in case I get a warning for using the proper word.
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    Won pupil awards for being very quiet and shy There were other candidates but I won. The surprise was that I didn't go to a ceremony to take my award because I was too shy Not a big achievement, but still good.
 
 
 
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