Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Never tried that

"It hurts like, um, doc, you know what it feels like when you're out hiking barefoot and you accidentally step on some rusty barbed wire somebody left lying around? You've done that?"

13 comments:

Packer said...

No no, it is more like when you are grilling hamburgers and you have no spatula and you have to reach under them with your hand to flip them or move them to a plate.

Nah, it like when you are fixing the electrical outlet and you put the paper clip in to make sure the power is on.

Oooh , you didn't give the guy a name, so I will call him Ted Tanus

I really appreciate starting the day with laugh, thank you.

Brent said...

no-but I've stepped on a lego before-BAREFOOT!

Stacey Gordon said...

I hate it when that happens!

Yoko Drāno said...

"And then the vodka wears off?"

Anonymous said...

Although I've hiked *many* miles barefoot with other barefooters, we've never stepped on barbed wire! Generally, barefooters are *really* good at watching their steps.

Anonymous said...

Oy vey. I wouldn't necessarily say that happened when I was hiking. And, I've done my fair share of hiking.

Anonymous said...

"Or when you discover that your missing nail file is inside your sex doll."

Anonymous said...

"Or when you're out of toilet paper and you have to use sandpaper instead."

Anonymous said...

"Or when it's dark and you mix up the bottles of contact lens solution and sriracha sauce."

clairesmum said...

ok--burning is the descriptor of pt's pain.....

i hate to think what image he might use to describe 'throbbing' pain!

Ranvaig said...

Well, I have never stepped on barbed wire, but I still have the scar on my knee from over 50 years ago, trying to climb over a barbed wire fence and got hooked on it and needed help getting down.

And there was the time when I was barefoot on a small boat, jumped into 4 inches of water.. onto a two inch piece of cutoff sign post and sliced my heel open (the day before I started a new job too!)

Christina said...

When I was a kid I did have that happen, but I wasn't hiking, I was playing in the backyard. Our house was built on what was previously farm fields and it was half-buried in the yard. It was not a great experience.

Anonymous said...

Yiiiikkkees.

 
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