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Calabogie Sore Toe

Postby Jim Engeland » Tue Jul 05, 2016 5:26 pm

I post this to calm anyone who is still very worried about my swollen big toe. According to Dr. Google, I have gout, malaria or am 3 months pregnant and retaining fluid. I am treating myself with all the remedies suggested - ginger, sweet cherries and peanut M&Ms (red are the most powerful).
Just to be ready for the worst case which would be the removal of the entire right foot, I have ordered a wooden foot as a replacement from the French Trading Co. of East Jesus, Nebraska. Should be here by next Monday in plenty of time should it be needed.

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Re: Calabogie Sore Toe

Postby paul w » Tue Jul 05, 2016 8:00 pm

If it is a pregnancy Janet and I will be godparents.
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Re: Calabogie Sore Toe

Postby fmcd92 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 7:27 am

James we can't rule out the liklihood of all three conditions as you describe, the Interweb knows these things. In the event of the worse-case scenario we think maybe a lead-foot not wooden will keep you moving at the pace at which you've become accustomed.

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Re: Calabogie Sore Toe

Postby Rob374 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 11:49 am

Think Carbon Fibre. Much lighter and better for dancing. Get well soon
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