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  1. There’s not much of a crack left between those two slabs of cement (or whatever very heavy things are) pinching that, now much smarter, fellow’s shin. He may have lost his foot. Life can be very unkind. It’s best not to provoke a life altering accident for a cheap thrill. The odds are just not worth it. Unfortunately the young are the ones who need to hear that the most. And they can’t learn by their seniors telling them how to avoid hardships. It’s not their fault, it’s just the way it is.

  2. @kozmcrae: I agree with your principle, but it didn’t seem that bad to me.

    It looked like timber rather than concrete, and he didn’t sound like he was in a lot of pain.

  3. I was thinking wood or timber planks as well. Huh. Could this be some kind of viral vid which will later go on to promote Sugar Free Toothpaste?

    I wonder…….

  4. Sectional concrete.
    This construction used to be quite common in britain, long lasting, does not rot, etc.
    I demolished one recentlt at work. And no. I did not use my foot.
    Slabs are typically about 2.5″ thick. Heavy. The posts have grooves cast in, and the slabs are slid in from the top, a single slab could weigh forty to fifty pounds. He won’t be walking for quite a while.

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