LOL You can't do much worse than my Warp 1 - and it's on video. (Where I dive, the wrap series helps you transition from student gear to sport gear.) It wasn't the landing that ended up being the bad part of the dive, it was deployment time.
I waved off, reached for my BOC, and ended up on my back as I forgot to put my left hand on the top of my head. Here I was falling towards 3,000 ft thinking "This is sooo not good." And even though I was on my back, I still deployed my canopy instead of flipping myself over and getting stable again. My poor jumpmaster - Tom B. - thought I was a goner and didn't know what to do. When I got to the ground (and PLF'd), he came over, gave me a hug, and then yelled at me (very politely) not to scare him to death again. The good news - I haven't done that since.
I've done other stupid things like misrouted a chest strap and found out in freefall (again...thank God for my jumpmaster - Raven). And, I've had a malfunction that I ended up cutting away and doing a reserve ride (wonderful instructors - Kermit, Rave, et. al. that helped me know what to do should things like this happen) with a PLF landing - nerves were too shot to try and stand it up. LOL
Just remember to keep your wits about you, check your gear, make sure everything's routed correctly, ask for a gear check, and relax....have fun. You'll learn to stand up your landings just like I will in time. The best sky divers didn't learn it all in one jump, and I have to remember just like all new jumpers, it takes time, practice, and determination to do good in the sport. And...the best thing about taking up this sport...is the wonderful people that have more experience than me that are willing to teach me how to get better.
No need to apologise for a 'long' post that makes good reading on these forums.
I can't imagine forgetting to bring the arm over when I reach to pull because it was one of the first manouveurs I was taught. For me it would be like going to the toilet and forgeting to drop my pants. I'm sure I'll do something similarly dumb in the jumps to come though, and when I do I'll post it on these forums to allow you to take the preverbial out of me.