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Guest Donna Jean

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Guest Donna Jean

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If the shoe fits, get another one just like it.

And in my case......

The shin bone is a device for finding furniture in the dark.

Dee Jay

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Guest Julie T

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If the shoe fits, get another one just like it.

And in my case......

The shin bone is a device for finding furniture in the dark.

Dee Jay

These must be original. I looked for foot notes and didn't see any.

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Michelle 2010

Lol! My experience has been that they are especially effective for finding hard surfaces, especially with right angles...Soft couches? Not so much...

I also find that my noggin serves much the same purpose around awnings, clotheslines etcrolleyes.gif. The frequency has gone up since I learned to text, More communication= more bruisesbanghead.gif

Michelle

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Guest Stephen-Renae

Ah, yes, body parts are extremely useful in finding things our eyes can't detect...My head has warned me of weak electric fences, a soccer ball (I had an imprint of the ball's lines on my face from that one!), my classmat'es arms during dodgeball (got 'clotheslined' by a football player o-0) and more....

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