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Sometimes It’s a Good Idea to Stop And Think Before You Act [VIDEO]

Stop. Listen. THINK… or you could be in for a world of pain.

I was a teenager once too and I did PLENTY of stupid things and probably should have suffered more broken bones than just a finger, rib and torn ACL and MCL…but, maybe I did have more sense than I thought after watching this video.

You and I have both tried to test what our body could do and push it to the limit, whether it involved weightlifting, running, jumping… whatever it may have been, but there is no chance you would have caught me trying to jump a pool. And this guy proves exactly why common sense goes a long way.

But then again, people like the guy in the video make the internet great.

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