Fancy and different trampoline accidents can be nice, but sometimes simplicity is best. Why mess with success, as they say. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. (Speaking, of course, about the trampoline accident.) (Not your body.) (Your body very well may be broken.) (Get well soon!) (Via SayOMG.)

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  1. I can’t find the cat in that video

  2. Trampolines: The Sproingy Killer

  3. This is the second-most most viral video since Fenton.

  4. There’s something comforting about the fact that the words for “trampoline” and “accident” are the same in both French and English.

  5. I have a question about filmed trampoline accidents. I know the results are always the same, but what are the causes for filming? They must vary.

    Sometimes the person who has the accident has set up the camera themselves, probably to capture their sweet tricks for posterity. Sometimes the person filming is a family member or friend, and they’re probably hoping their will be something film-worthy that will happen (either a mega-trick or a classic trampoline accident). I am sure there are combinations of the above as well. People who set up the cameras themselves, then have an accident. And people getting filmed by people hoping to capture sweet tricks.

    I have a hunch though that the majority of people filmed on trampolines are because accidents are frequent and hilarious, and if AFV has taught us anything it’s that you can make some money from people falling down or getting hit in the nuts, and a trampoline affords potential opportunity to get both filmed at once.

  6. You must always stick the landing. Russian judges are taking points off for that.

  7. I only watch .avi trampoline accidents. This is a vintage accident. Not watered down for the masses like those .mov’s.

  8. I appreciate that this is only 5 seconds long. Thank you, I have other things to look at. Seriously. I’m growing crystals from a kit.

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