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At 3/21/05 09:01 AM, -GhostMint wrote: I was just wondering if anybody else has any strange compulsions, like inflicting unnecessary pain on yourselves because something seems out of place?
I do my own dental work. After the five or so sessions, it pays for itself considering the five mirrors and autoclave I purchased.
At 3/21/05 09:01 AM, -GhostMint wrote: but I insisted on picking and yanking at it because I am just weird like that.
You are stupid for a 20 years old. Are you really 20 years old?
At 3/21/05 09:03 AM, Maus wrote: It may grow back, but don't count on it. Keep it air-dried as much as possible, and best of luck to you.
Oh, it will. I had the same thing. I dropped an hammer on it, so my whole nail was black. :s
But I have a 'new' one. It will grow.
Morning flamage is fun, I remember losing my big toe nail. Two nails grew back and I had a layer of nails for extra protection against the nails. Now I'm confusing you with my nails.
At 3/21/05 09:18 AM, -GhostMint wrote: Foot blood tastes quite different from blood located in other parts of the body, it seems to be richer and more concentrated.
Probably because of the lack of veinous return; what with the foot being farthest from the heart and all.
Ouch ive done that acouple times and it doesn't feel nice, neither does a nail to the foot or ripping off your lower lip because you had lots of dead skin there.....which all happened to me
At 3/21/05 09:13 AM, Earfetish wrote: I had an ingrown toenail, and had to get it surgically removed.
Same, on both sides of my big and second toes on both feet in grade 6. It hurts to get it removed even with anesthetic, but it hurts more to leave it ingrown.