Drunkard Injuries

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I'll just say, stairs are my nemesis. Is my nemesis. Well, my major ouchy,
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However, they are my dentist's favorite thing.
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lets play a nice game of...
mud or bruise


just above left knee knee, oblong, striped. Probable bruise. Give it a rub. No smudging, must be a bruise


outside of right shin, dark, slightly rough parallelegram. Probably dirt. GIve it a rub. Nope, it's a scab. Probably bramble related.


and that's it for todays issue of mud or bruise

see you next blackout awakening for another fun packed episode
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Palinka wrote:I once came-to to find a bloodied footprint on the ceiling. To this day I have no idea how it got there...
That is a true mystery and perhaps a bit frightening... a shoeprint I would assume came from kicking off/tossing a bloodied shoe onto the ceiling. But a footprint?

Oh Booze Elf, mysterious are your ways, and what's more, you never check your PMs when we demand an explanation. I know, you're busy all the time. Very busy.
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Woke up with a broken tooth. And not the one up front! Almost last one in the lower jaw. How? Where? Why?! Oh, apparently i was bleeding quite a lot, since a piece of broken tooth cut my gums. Those extra curricular activities...

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oldsmartskunk wrote:Woke up with a broken tooth. And not the one up front! Almost last one in the lower jaw. How? Where? Why?! Oh, apparently i was bleeding quite a lot, since a piece of broken tooth cut my gums. Those extra curricular activities...
I shattered most of one of my uppers at the rear of my head.
Seems I'm a bit of a Night Grinder. Chomp and grind all night long.
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oldsmartskunk wrote:Woke up with a broken tooth. And not the one up front! Almost last one in the lower jaw. How? Where? Why?! Oh, apparently i was bleeding quite a lot, since a piece of broken tooth cut my gums. Those extra curricular activities...
You didn't by chance attempt to use your molars as a bottle opener? It's been known to happen.
Patchez wrote:I shattered most of one of my uppers at the rear of my head.
Seems I'm a bit of a Night Grinder. Chomp and grind all night long.
Yikes. I too am a certified Night Grinder. So far, it has only worn down my teeth a bit and not resulted in any serious injuries. But anything can happen, and probably will...
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I think i feel flat on my face, since it was bruised a bit.

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oldsmartskunk wrote:I think i feel flat on my face, since it was bruised a bit.
I suggest doors. Autopilot doesn't really always calculate the time difference between roughly pulling it open and stepping forward.

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That or i angered the booze elf.

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The plastic cap on my tequila bottle just fucked itself. The inner screwcap portion that was glued into the outer big cap unglued. Trying to pry it off, I sliced a thin layer of skin off my finger in the process (drunkard injury!).

I consulted my drawer full of corks and found one that fit on the second try. A drawer full of corks can be a useful thing. It's a blood bank for booze-bottles.

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"Now stop and DRINK! bastards." --mistah willies

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booznik wrote: A drawer full of corks can be a useful thing. It's a blood bank for booze-bottles.

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I strongly disagree. If I had those at the house I could never use the excuse "But Honey, i have to drink it all tonight. I broke the cap and don't want it all to evaporate."
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We have a bit of a problem. The plastic thingies on handles seem to allow leaks on countertops. When one pries off said plastic, one must remember that stated booze flows at a much faster rate. Well, first world problems, as they say.
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Aww how cute, booznik collected all his former soothers*.



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Patchez wrote:I strongly disagree. If I had those at the house I could never use the excuse "But Honey, i have to drink it all tonight. I broke the cap and don't want it all to evaporate."
I like the cut of your jib.
Savage wrote:...The plastic thingies on handles seem to allow leaks on countertops. When one pries off said plastic, one must remember that stated booze flows at a much faster rate. Well, first world problems, as they say.
Total liquor company conspiracy. Every drop of countertop booze inches you closer to buying another bottle.

Semi-related, for a good time, hand a bottle of Buchanan's scotch to the uninitiated, and watch them try to pour. Anti-refill flow restrictors, how do they work?! Is that tiny glass marble supposed to be there? (hint: yes.)
oettinger wrote:Aww how cute, booznik collected all his former soothers.
They have pacified many a cranky bottle. I only save the unique and interesting ones, or the ones that look like they might fit an unusual bottle. Perhaps if I'd saved every single one over the years, I could open up a cork factory. Then again, I'd need a bigger drawer.
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"Now stop and DRINK! bastards." --mistah willies

"A stand alone place for booze is as essential for a home, as is a bed to sleep on." --Miklo

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