Had a soft neckbrace for 6 weeks. And yet I still do stupid things. Glad you survived your great moment. I enjoyed reading it and it brought back the memories. Yep, ouch covers it pretty well. Still, time has a way of diminishing pain, emotional or physical, and 40 years later I find myself looking for more dumb things to do. Posted using Partiko iOS. Your story reminded me of that, though yours is quite mellow compared to it, tragically funny the way you write it, but certainly it must have been horrible when it happened to you.
Later in life I came to handle pain, and fear for that matter, quite well however as a 9 year old having some teeth broken off like that well, it wasn't the best feeling ever. Kids are resilient though I guess.
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I'll check out that Guts piece Cheers for bringing it to my attention. Oh also, whiskey stones testing happening Saturday morning. I'm not the faint of heart sort of guy Eve - Generally anyways. I'll give it a shot and see how it goes. Edit: I just took a read eveuncovered It's written so matter of factly isn't it? Almost like he's just going through the motions of telling the story, so emotionless really. It conveys hopelessness, despondency. Pretty brutal but I got a few laughs as well.
The bit about his sister giving birth to a baby with two heads that both look like him for one. I have done some very graphic and brutal writing, probably not something I'd put on steem though. The battle scenes are explicitly graphic. Not really teem-suitable. Probably not due to the graphic nature, it's just dark. I was young at the time and luckily had some new ones come through.
We all do dumb things as kids. I suspect you are around my age and during those years the scenarios we would get into it's really a wonder how so few of us died - or at the minimum got horribly maimed. Like you, i have tales of glory that resulted in intense pain although i never ripped teeth out of my face. How was there no blood? That must have been a long road to recovery. No blood because the base of the teeth was intact, just kind of snapped them off. My next story hurt a different part of my anatomy Was almost as dumb as the pool incident, but not quite.
To listen to the audio version of this article click on the play image. Brought to you by tts. If you find it useful please consider upvoting this reply. Epic story telling; it has me at the edge wondering what you did only to laugh when I read it! Only to then visualize the moment of pain! Thanks for sharing buddy!
Haha, yep it's a pretty funny thing really. I can't believe I was that bloody dumb! But I was. Glad you liked it. That is one epic fail right there! Teeth find present in board, how did you feel looking at that?
I think seeing the teeth in the board made me laugh as it was a little later that night. I recall my parents trying to lighten the mood a little after I'd calmed down, take my attention off what I'd done.
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The doctor had put something on the teeth, I know not what, to prevent air hurting them - It was the exposed nerves that hurt you see. I can't recall but I suspect he gave me something to relax me also as I recall being quite calm and unconcerned later that night. I know it's a long read and most won't take the time but it was sort of fun writing it.
I was picturing my brownish skinny self standing there at the edge of the pool I can actually recall the moment quite vividly even now. Writing it was fun. Anyway, glad you liked it. Al the build-up, I was defiantly not expecting you to put that thing in your mouth!!!
Crazy to think how we have survived this long???
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My first thought as a mother was Oh no, those were probably not baby teeth! In the beginning I thought you were going to say you found some high surface to jump off of into the shallow end and broke your ankles. My husband and his crazy siblings would jump off the roof into their outdoor pool, but luckily there were no injuries. You must have had an amazing bite grip.
In your position I think my grip would have been weak and my mouth would have just released it.
Maybe you should have that evaluated. You might have some sort of world record jaw. Excellent story telling. I don't think it was that stupid of a thing to have done as a kid, I mean hey, at least you had a bit of hands-on science instead of staring mindlessly at a video game :. Having a son, who is much more physical than my daughter, I am starting to see just how crazy your average boy can be. After the fact my parents decided to have my bite-force tested. It seems it sits somewhere between hyena and crocodile. I know how to temper it for each situation at hand though Ginny - A nibble here, a little bio there So no worries there.
Yeah, kids can get up to some stupid shit and yet they survive mostly. It could have been worse, I could have smoked crack, or declared myself gender-neutral I guess. I think your son will grow up with the opportunity to explore his creativity - That comes from parents, as much as from within oneself.
Hopefully he doesn't try to do my trick though. I'm sure he will test your sanity though, at some stage. I do believe you are coming out of your shell galenkp. I'm pretty sure the boy is already testing my sanity. He decided to ride his sister's tricycle full speed through the back doors and down the step, but he did stop before going down the porch steps. He's only 6, so I'm sure by 7 he will be driving that thing through rings of fire.
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Old frankenstien pedal bicycles. Clunkers made of other scrap bikes. We welded the front forks to a second set and made choppers with banana seats. My older bro saved up and got one like this. His was a gold and brown color. I remember it was really hard to steer Ahhhh thanks for the memories Painfull as they may be They were easier times. The best of times.