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Old 03-22-2013, 04:36 PM   #1
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Default Broke a few Toes

I took a pic to send to a friend of mine. I was whining to him so I needed to send them to him as proof.

Anyways, here's a pic.

Lesson learned? Don't have toes.

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How does one get so injured when you are already living in a rubber walled room?



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I don't know. Worst luck ever?

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Ouch! I hate almost breaking toes let alone breaking them. I don't know why toes are so sensitive. We would be better off without them although they seem to be the crumple zone for the foot.

Learn how to walk you neanderthal.

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Oh and trim your toe nails you hippy!

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Oh and trim your toe nails you hippy!
He can't. All his sharp objects have been removed from his rubber room.
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Ouch! I hate almost breaking toes let alone breaking them. I don't know why toes are so sensitive. We would be better off without them although they seem to be the crumple zone for the foot.

Learn how to walk you neanderthal.
I'm learning. It's just taking much longer than everyone else.

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He can't. All his sharp objects have been removed from his rubber room.
I can still bite them of, I just choose not to.
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You received this injury at about the same time as your wife's birthday. What exactly did you get her for her birthday?






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Or kickier then you thought?

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I can 'smell' a Foot Fetish thread starting...



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