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Don't ever drop a grill on your foot

Posted by kqcrna z6 Oh (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 5, 07 at 17:02

This could be the result.
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I dropped the cooking grid from my grill on my foot 4 days ago and it still looks like this, still sore too.


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RE: Don't ever drop a grill on your foot

  • Posted by nurmey 5 Omaha, NE (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 5, 07 at 18:40

That hurts just to look at it. My advice, don't do it again! OUCH!!!!!!!

My mom once broke her big toe by dropping a frozen salmon on it. She said it was one of the most painful injuries she ever had.

RE: Don't ever drop a grill on your foot

Yowtch, Karen, I hope that foot starts to feel better soon. Elevate it, ice it, and try to stay off of it - that might help some, if you can manage the keeping off part. (Somehow gardeners tend to be hard to keep DOWN. . . .)

Have a blessed Easter, Karen!


RE: Don't ever drop a grill on your foot

Got one of those going myself. Cleaning out basement and dropped clamp on little foot. arguh.

RE: Don't ever drop a grill on your foot

Owww. Owwww.
Hope it gets better soon.
Injuries to your feet really make you realize we take them for granted. Owwww. I feel for you, because mine are so swollen right now from extensive walks last week. I need a podiatrist. :-(

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