Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Reasons I'm an idiont #6246

I burnt my mouth yesterday. I'm not talking 'Thats hot in my mouth' burnt. I'm talking blisters. I actaully blistered the roof of my mouth. In two places. Its not particularly painful, but it is the most... unique feeling.

It kinda stung when I ran my tongue over it, but in a good way. So when I got home I decided to try the pain tolerance of my mouth...



by eating chips...



hard, poky chips....



of the salt and vinegar variety.


I didn't think that one through really well.

If my mouth could detatch itself from my face it would have beaten me over the back of the head until all of the stupid fell out.

9 comments:

mist1 said...

I love/hate that feeling of having the roof of my mouth come off in sheets.

It always feels like it's going to look so dramatic, and then when I look in the mirror, I'm disappointed.

Jana_no1 said...

So I'm not the only one who has been doing stupid stuff lately.
Looks like its hereditary!

Steph said...

Pain is such a rush!

Meooww! :P

hawkeye23 said...

Reason #6247 is that "idiot" is spelt without an "n" my dear :) :)

Did give me a giggle first thing on a Thursday morning.

Professor said...

giggle..."all the stupid fell out" i LOVE that!

Rob said...

Forget the chips... try some aluminum foil. There's some chewin' pain for ya. Anyway, here's hoping #6247 doesn't come along for a while...

Anonymous said...

You're an idiot.

I'm just agreeing with you. ;)

Steve~

Trundling Grunt said...

Yup, that sounds like a good way of testing it. Bit like chewing razor blades I imagine.

phishez_rule said...

Mist - its a real shame. You can't see that kind of thing in the mirror. Beleive me, I tried.

Jana - I think everybody does stoopid stuff

Steph - yeah, I got nothing on that

Hawkeye - I did that 'deliberately' the kicker is that N is nowhere near any of the other letters in 'dont' on the keyboard!

Prof - Its something that can never be used too often!

Rob - I'm sure its been and gone

Steve - I'm always right

Grunt - maybe I should have tried that instead