ingrown toenail

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
User avatar
GoogaMooga
custodian of oldies
Posts: 27159
Joined: 28 Sep 2010, 05:23
Location: Denmark

ingrown toenail

Postby GoogaMooga » 18 Dec 2020, 17:53

step 1

Image

step 2
Image
step 3

Image

step 4

Image

step 5

Image
"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck

User avatar
Dr. Baron
Diamond Geezer
Posts: 44358
Joined: 18 Jul 2003, 05:38
Location: Impregnable Citadel of Technicality

Re: ingrown toenail

Postby Dr. Baron » 18 Dec 2020, 21:25

When I was a youngster, I got one of those and it hurt very badly. It grew pretty deeply into my foot to the extent that my sock would be a little bloody at the end of the day. I was terrified, but at some point my grandmother was doing laundry at our place and noticed the blood and I was compelled to go to the doctor. He shot local anesthesia into my toe, which was exceedingly painful, then cut off a sliver of my toenail and shot something in my toe to keep it from growing back. To this day I am wary of cutting my toenails too short, which puts one in a predicament.
Quaco wrote:Are you fucking high?
take5_d_shorterer wrote:If John Bonham simply didn't listen to enough Tommy Johnson or Blind Willie Mctell, that's his doing.
GoogaMooga wrote:It's a film I have waited 39 years to see. Now I have the chance, but I may just crap out.

User avatar
Minnie the Minx
funky thigh collector
Posts: 31921
Joined: 29 Dec 2006, 16:00
Location: In the naughty North and in the sexy South

Re: ingrown toenail

Postby Minnie the Minx » 18 Dec 2020, 21:34

Dr. Baron wrote:When I was a youngster, I got one of those and it hurt very badly. It grew pretty deeply into my foot to the extent that my sock would be a little bloody at the end of the day. I was terrified, but at some point my grandmother was doing laundry at our place and noticed the blood and I was compelled to go to the doctor. He shot local anesthesia into my toe, which was exceedingly painful, then cut off a sliver of my toenail and shot something in my toe to keep it from growing back. To this day I am wary of cutting my toenails too short, which puts one in a predicament.


That method sounds better than the way you removed MY toenail!
You come at the Queen, you best not miss.

Dr Markus wrote:
Someone in your line of work usually as their own man cave aka the shed we're they can potter around fixing stuff or something don't they?


Flower wrote:I just did a google search.

User avatar
Dr. Baron
Diamond Geezer
Posts: 44358
Joined: 18 Jul 2003, 05:38
Location: Impregnable Citadel of Technicality

Re: ingrown toenail

Postby Dr. Baron » 18 Dec 2020, 21:36

Minnie the Minx wrote:
Dr. Baron wrote:When I was a youngster, I got one of those and it hurt very badly. It grew pretty deeply into my foot to the extent that my sock would be a little bloody at the end of the day. I was terrified, but at some point my grandmother was doing laundry at our place and noticed the blood and I was compelled to go to the doctor. He shot local anesthesia into my toe, which was exceedingly painful, then cut off a sliver of my toenail and shot something in my toe to keep it from growing back. To this day I am wary of cutting my toenails too short, which puts one in a predicament.


That method sounds better than the way you removed MY toenail!


I'll never live that down. :evil:
Quaco wrote:Are you fucking high?
take5_d_shorterer wrote:If John Bonham simply didn't listen to enough Tommy Johnson or Blind Willie Mctell, that's his doing.
GoogaMooga wrote:It's a film I have waited 39 years to see. Now I have the chance, but I may just crap out.

User avatar
GoogaMooga
custodian of oldies
Posts: 27159
Joined: 28 Sep 2010, 05:23
Location: Denmark

Re: ingrown toenail

Postby GoogaMooga » 18 Dec 2020, 22:53

I think my mistake may have been to wear Oxford cap-toes for many years in my youth. Now I've gone to the other extreme, and wear Crocs!
Image

Now:
Image
"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck