How bout a sharp mouse skull first thing in the morning! My cat used to drop her mangled prey at my back doorstep and one morning as I went out
to get the paper, bam and yeow!! It bled and I wondered if I might have rabies I cut an artery too so the blood was squirting out with each
heartbeat. Man it hurt for days!
When I was a child, I wandered downstairs in the early morning and trod on a drawing pin, which went right into the heel end of the foot (drawing pins
on the floor, one of the hazards of life in a school-teaching family).
Panic stations- parents rallied round to draw out the pin, very carefully, with a basin of steaming hot water at hand.
Apart from that, the most painful experience was sliding down the back of the bath and landing on a china soap-dish- which was swan-shaped, complete
When I was a kid I stepped on a 2x4 that had a rusty nail poking through it. Went through my flip-flop and then my foot. It literally came out the
top. I was far away from home with a bunch of kids, doing what kids used to do (play outside) and had to pull my foot off the board before I could
make my way back home.
My Damn little sisters Jacks....they bounced a ball and scooped em up somehow for entertainment...
Remember those star shaped three dimensional foot stabbers?
They landed on the floor with a sharp point up no matter how they dropped.....
Try that on your way to the loo at zero dark thirty....
does stepping on yourself count cos i had an accident in my jeep one morning going to work and my high heel stuck into the back of my leg, it must
have happened when i went into the nice roll flapping round like a rag doll, no sit belt for my legs!!!
I now have a hole there and i tell my granddaughter i was shot in the war
When I was 7 or 8 I stepped on a broken bottle that was half buried in the sand,but the local anaesthetic injection prior to stitches being inserted
into the wound site was the most painful part of it all!
Still makes me wince when ever I see a broken bottle!
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