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    My god, where is this discussion going lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnyknight View Post
    My god, where is this discussion going lol
    Welcome to Edugeek.

    Where the OP doesn't matter and the logical progression is made up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawns View Post
    the acorn tree!!!!
    You mean... an oak tree?

    Youth of today, don't know nothing about nature, too busy on their Grand Theft Autos and their Call of Duties to know what a tree looks like. If you ever saw an oak for real you'd just be all like, ooh, look at that ambient occlusion, ooh that anti-aliasing is amazing. Pfft.

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    Best. Thread. Ever.

    Back to the acorns now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    You mean... an oak tree?

    Youth of today, don't know nothing about nature, too busy on their Grand Theft Autos and their Call of Duties to know what a tree looks like. If you ever saw an oak for real you'd just be all like, ooh, look at that ambient occlusion, ooh that anti-aliasing is amazing. Pfft.
    Shut it, grandad-dad! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CESIL View Post
    I have taken her to the hospital and they have said she should be kept quiet today because of the concussion
    They also probably said "you're an idiot, get out of my A&E."

    Some of your tax money got spent then on this person.

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    I found the culprit..

    How big are your acorns?-2052276_std.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    You mean... an oak tree?

    Youth of today, don't know nothing about nature, too busy on their Grand Theft Autos and their Call of Duties to know what a tree looks like. If you ever saw an oak for real you'd just be all like, ooh, look at that ambient occlusion, ooh that anti-aliasing is amazing. Pfft.
    I'd hardly call myself a youth. I don't have GTA5 and don't like the COD series either!

    I'll just go with 'a moment of stupidity'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Sorry to interupt your collective sniggering, but if the acorn was flung quite hard and hit the child on the temple rather than another bit of the head it could well cause concussion.
    I've been searching for "MY BRUTAL ACORN HELL" on the tabloid newspaper sites and have been unable to track down any cases of acorn concussion.

    So far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    The acorn was still attached to the branch.
    Maybe they weren't the tree kind, they should cause a nasty concussionHow big are your acorns?-acornbbc.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    Maybe they weren't the tree kind, they should cause a nasty concussionClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatpackhamster View Post
    I've been searching for "MY BRUTAL ACORN HELL" on the tabloid newspaper sites and have been unable to track down any cases of acorn concussion.

    So far.
    Try the trashy women's gossip magazines like Bella and the like. They all have it all. Most are like paper based version of Jeremy Kyle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    Sorry to interupt your collective sniggering, but if the acorn was flung quite hard and hit the child on the temple rather than another bit of the head it could well cause concussion.
    I am afraid I don't believe an object with as little mass as an acorn would do that sort of damage even when thrown by even the biggest Year 6 we have here. Perhaps if it was fired from some sort weapon then it would cause an injury but then a penetrating wound would be more likely due to the small diameter of the acorn.

    Now if it hit someone in the eye then a hand launched acorn let alone a weaponized version would be much more dangerous...

    This is probably an investigation that Mythbusters should carry out

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidewinder View Post
    This thread title made me lol briefly
    Glad it wasn't just me.....

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    Well, this is an example of small things causing damage!

    Wonder if the children still use slingshots?

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