The Clumsiest Acts

The Clumsiest Acts

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Ever noticed how weird some people can act at times. There are so many things that you may even do yourself but are not even aware of until your see someone else do it. Let’s take a look at some of the clumsiest things people do on a day to day basis.

Tripping ove

A popular act of clumsiness is tripping over. Do you tend to fall or trip over a lot? It is often the case that some people even manage to fall over their own feet. You may be thinking how could you possibly manage to do that when walking normally. Well, it’s easier than you think!

Dropping thing

Dropping things is a very common form of clumsiness. Do you think you have butter fingers? Have you ever experienced dropping something, and dropping it again whilst picking it up? Frustration at its peak!

Knocking into people

Walking around in a world of your own, and you manage to bang into other people. This is another sign of clumsiness. Knocking into someone else is easily done especially when in a small confined space, but this is no excuse for your clumsiness, just make sure it’s someone friendly that you bang into, or there may be trouble.

Falling up the stairs

Falling down the stairs is one thing, but to fall up them is another! Whilst rushing, have you ever fallen up the stairs? It’s an embarrassing, and not to mention dangerous situation to be in. It’s best to pick yourself up, brush yourself down, and don’t look back. Failing that, in future save yourself the humiliation and take the lift!

Chewing gum

Have you ever been chewing gum and all of a sudden it falls out of your mouth? Whether it be when your speaking, or just chewing with your mouth open, it’s not a good look. For people with long hair, try not to get gum stuck in your locks.

As you can see, there are a range of things people do that you may come across. You may even become more aware of how you act yourself. Many people carry on their daily lives unaware they are so clumsy. Just try to stay safe!

Nick Cooper
Nick is NCC's resident blog author and covers a range of subjects, including teaching and health & social care. NCC is an international learning provider with over 20 years’ experience offering learning solutions. To date, NCC has engaged with over 20,000 employers, and delivered quality training to over half a million learners.
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