Why is it? (vent)

Discussion in 'Family Life - Stories, Pictures & Updates' started by GrayDragon, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. GrayDragon

    GrayDragon Chillaxin

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    Why is it that when you break a toe, every single creature in a 10 mile radius feels the need to step on it?
     
  2. sfw2

    sfw2 Global Menace

    That would be Murphy's Law of Broken Toes, I believe.

    Been there, done that!
     
  3. Chicken Girl

    Chicken Girl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    lol i hope you get better soon! I had a foot thing and the same happend! and of corse I bumped ever thing with it! lol



    Chicken Girl
     
  4. A1 Steak Sauce

    A1 Steak Sauce Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Ooh, that's 'fun' huh? Lol just don't wear steel toe boots around horses is all the advice I can give ya...
     
  5. ChicknJ

    ChicknJ Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:amen to that, a clydesdale stepped on my toe last week, and because I didn't have steel toes on, I was ab,e to curl my toes back and save em
     
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  6. Boyd

    Boyd Recipient of The Biff Twang

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  7. GrayDragon

    GrayDragon Chillaxin

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    Quote:The irony is if I'd been wearing steel toed boots in the first place my toe wouldn't be broken.
     
  8. EweSheep

    EweSheep Flock Mistress

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    I wore steel toed boots and a mare stepped on my boot, broke it. So my Dad took it back to the boot company and they said WOW! A horse stepped on it???!!!!!!! DUH!
     
  9. sky68ou1

    sky68ou1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:i dont know but it sure does hurt! i had 2 on the same foot broken at the same time. its very painful.
     

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