So I'm dumb, ego is shot and I'm embarrassed. Should have shut off the bike. I live on the SE coast of Florida and have to deal with the "perpetually up" lift bridges over the Intercoastal Waterway. This morning, of course, the bridge was up. As I take my place among a hundred or so vehicles waiting for the bridge I figured I'd put her on the side stand, put my feet up on the boards and relax while waiting for the bridge. So, I put down and made sure the sidestand was fully extended and firm, put my right foot up on the board, crossed my arms comfortably and began putting my left foot up on the board. Unfortunately, I was too dumb to shut the bike off so it was idling in neutral. As I placed my left foot on the board I also hit the shift lever, instantly putting it in to first gear, the bike lurched forward and I went down. Right foot got caught between the board and the brake lever in the process. It was pretty hard to look cool anymore, so I squatted and "assumed the position" to lift up the LT; someone seeing my dilemma was thoughtful enough to come over and help me right the bike and I was soon on my way. I'm sure everyone else had a good laugh. The ankle is currently bruised and swollen; no damage to the bike. In the future I'll better plan my wait, which will include shutting off the bike. Ah, the things you learn when you're dumb.