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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by danielled, Apr 29, 2011.
Stubbed my toe in my bathroom door. Ouchies
I hate it when I do that. Throbbing now.
Hope it's not too sore in the morning!
It does really hurt when you do that, hope it doent bruise Dan.
It better not be it is now.
It better not bruise I'm having enough iPad issues it is changing what I write into what it wants to put.
Yeah, I saw your edit note so knew you were still having probs with the I Pad.
I hate predictive text for the same reason, never use it, it winds me up always predicts what I wasnt going to say:
It is sorted now will report back on my toe tomorrow lol.
Oooooh be careful. I broke a toe years ago by walking into the bathroom doorframe. Since re-broken the same toe on a Tesco trolley and also by walking into a fireplace Hope your toe is ok this morning xx
I broke mine doing that last year, be careful! Hope you are okay
ouch!!hate it wen tha happans!!always do mine on my coffee table!!
Aah, I was in the garden with the dog last week (bare-footed), caught my toe under a screw on the decking, & it took half my toenail off...
So now it's all red jelly and the top of my toenail. :cryin:
I've had plasters on for weeks.
Ouch. I banged my knee on that brick wall in our garden.
Stubbing your toe always hurts -I do mine a lot on my coffee table!!
But you have to swear when you do it as it takes away some of the pain
What you like eh!, you need to buy a "Suit of Armour" Hope you toe is better today.xxxxxx
It does hurt especially on that door.
still sore today but mum can't see any bruising.
Nothing worse than hitting the toe, easily broken too. Glad you havent done any damage to your poor toe. Your like a "One Woman Disaster Zone" Dan
Just for you Dan
I know lol I'm a disaster zone on here too keep ending up in sections I don't want to visit lol.
Now here I am reading all this thread and getting an amazing education.
Being a "Re-Cycled Teenager" I have always been told that clumsiness and being accident prone is an age related thing. The older you get the worse it becomes.
Now I have documentary evidence to say it is not an "old age" thing it is most definitely a "young person" thing.
I sit here pondering as to how long the door had been in location yet the OP still kicks it with a toe.....lol then a number of members jump on board to confess to how clumsy they are as well and all seem to be young people.
OK, I am now a happy "old" man.... :001_smile: :001_smile: :001_smile: