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You've all got scars: they're nature's little reminders not to be so damned stupid next time. My favourite is the 1/4" round hole in the back of my right hand, created when I was 7 by my best friend putting a manure-covered gardening fork "away".

Tell us the stories behind your scars. With photos if possible.

(, Fri 4 Feb 2005, 10:00)
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my toes...
whilst in the the sea off normans bay near eastbourne i broke my toes...

well, i was coming back in from a swim and stubbed my toe on a submerged rock - this made me rather angry, and caused me to shout profanities etc. i also turned to one side and kicked the water with all my angry might to vent the anger from within myself. what i didn't know was that there was a second submerged rock.... fuckin' ouch - i totally smashed two of my toes up - number 2+3 from the 'big toe' end. number 2 toe had managed to rotate itself 180 degrees, so from a standing position i could see the underside of my toe. nice. when in hospital, the noise from the number 2 toe while it was being rotated back into place was very similar to the noise made when you mash up a bamboo garden cane. again, nice. both toes are scarred rather nicely and number 2 toe is healed in an unbendable position.

i also have scars on my forehead from falling off a chair at school and hitting the edge of a table, on my chin after a bicycle accident hitting the rear of a ford fiesta and slicing my chin on the rear windscreen wiper as i slid back down, part of the end of my 'pointy' finger is missing where it caught the blade on a table saw, and an appendix removal scar.
(, Sat 5 Feb 2005, 21:59, Reply)

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