You're right, I'm almost sure it's adrenaline that causes you to react the way you do.Originally Posted by Mitch2025
I once lost control of my bicycle when I was younger, because I was trying to avoid this guy who just seemed to appear, and my bike flipped, and I went head first into saome railings. I remember waking up with a load of people looking down on me, and blood was blurring my vision, but I felt no pain whatsoever.
And then another time, I'd found a dog who'd got lost, so I had the dog under my arm, and I was heading home to phone the RSPCA to come pick it up, and I got attacked by a chav who I'd had experiences with several times before.
I'd told him in the past exactly what I though of him, and that I look down on him as a sad pathetic child trying to gain 'respect' from all the other scumbags he hangs around with, and is really so insecure that he has to prove himself all the time.
So anyway, he headbutted me and broke my nose >.<
WHILST I had a young pup under my arm.
The point of this is that I didn't feel pain either in that experience.
(I'm really not too fussed about the broken nose, I'm getting a nose job in a year or two anyway >.<)