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Bullman 01-27-2013 12:19

I think I broke my toe yesterday.
 
Feels better today, as to say it hurts less. But it is mighty purple.

smith10 01-27-2013 12:37

When do have to work again?

Hurt fingers and toes are especially irritating.

dango 01-27-2013 13:23

Dog kick back..? Anger Management..? Anti-Depressants gone ..?...:tongueout: :supergrin:

Hope yur Toe git's better..! :wavey:<--REALLY..!

tous 01-27-2013 14:26

That'll larn ya to not be puntin' them traffic stop victims.

:wavey:

HerrGlock 01-27-2013 18:01

Don't do that, it hurts.

Paul53 01-27-2013 18:04

Which toe? The one that went to market, the one that went crying home, the one that open carried, can't remember the others.

Bullman 01-27-2013 18:09

My right pinky toe. I was chasing the kids around the house and a piece of furniture jumped out in front of my toe. Working right now, just an overtime shift. I am not limping as bad as I was yesterday.

Bullman 01-27-2013 18:10

I think it was the toe that cried :crying:

WIMPY 01-27-2013 20:03

iCE, ELEVATE, BUDDY TAPE TO ADJASENT TOE, WEAR HARD SOLE SHOE & MOTRIN.:cool:

janice6 01-27-2013 20:08

Wife actually broke her little toe a couple of times over the years, and they tell her to be careful but unless it is pointing out at a funny angle, they don't care.

I broke 4 Metatarsal bones in one foot and since they were still lined up, they put me in a boot and said come back when they are healed.


Can hurt like heck though. Don't run around without your shoes for a while.

ChuteTheMall 01-27-2013 20:15

Open toed shoes would not have prevented this.:nutcheck:

Bullman 01-27-2013 23:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChuteTheMall (Post 19919314)
Open toed shoes would not have prevented this.:nutcheck:

Ya think????

Anyway, it worked out pretty good tonight, worked some OT, and I made it through without too much pain.

tous 01-28-2013 09:38

I'm a-thinkin that a possibly broken, definately cryin' toe deserves a cookie.
Mebbe more than one.

FL Airedale 01-28-2013 10:22

I broke my little toe and just taped it to the next toe. It healed fine.

My mistake was in ignoring the pain in my foot. 18 months later I got it x-rayed and found out there were two unhealed fractures. A few weeks in a boot fixed that.

In hindsight, I wish I'd gotten it x-rayed in the first place.

tous 01-28-2013 10:45

In addition to being a champeen hog caller, Da Bullman is a tough hombre.
He don't need no fancy medical care and equipment.
Heck, I am surprised he didn't just bite that toe off and go on about keeping Virginia free of traffic violators.

smith10 01-28-2013 18:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Paul53 (Post 19918801)
Which toe? The one that went to market, the one that went crying home, the one that open carried, can't remember the others.


:laughabove:

So are you east of West West texas?:supergrin:

gruntmedik 01-29-2013 18:03

Was a Toe-Truck called to the scene? :rofl:

I feel for ya, Bull. I have broken my pinkie toes so many times they swivel. :shocked:

smith10 01-29-2013 18:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by gruntmedik (Post 19926805)
Was a Toe-Truck called to the scene? :rofl:

I feel for ya, Bull. I have broken my pinkie toes so many times they swivel. :shocked:

:rofl::supergrin:

Bullman 01-29-2013 18:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by gruntmedik (Post 19926805)
Was a Toe-Truck called to the scene? :rofl:

I feel for ya, Bull. I have broken my pinkie toes so many times they swivel. :shocked:

Seems like I have heard that joke before recently:tongueout:

It wouldn't have been so bad but I had to stubb it twice for good measure. That second time made daddy say naughty words.


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