Epistemysics

Some theatre each day keeps the doctor away…

Toenails

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76/whatever.  Slow and steady gets you there slowly and steadily.

Contrary to the somewhat suspect opinion of Rosencrantz, one does need to cut toenails if one doesn’t want them to become particularly uncomfortable.  I cut mine today, for instance.  Admittedly, I reckon they wouldn’t need to be cut if one was happy to put up with a high probability of them getting caught on something and ripping backwards, though…

It occurs to me that not being able to cut one’s toenails may very well be one of the first symptoms of growing old.  One has a bad back, or isn’t as flexible as one used to be…

Why don’t feet feel like hands, I wonder?

(No, dear reader, I am not stoned.  One is completely sober.)

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September 8, 2013 at 4:43 pm

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