To me it's obvious they want us to use a prosthetic toe not a real one. This hospital most likely specializes in limb rehabilitation and stuff.
Come on, I just have to comment on the you're/your problem in this post. It's just too easy.Still, nice catch on the "toe"...
I love this blog!But "Ouch!" on the you're/your thing
Bethany is in class or doing something with her real life so I fixed the your/you're problem for her. Thanks for pointing it out.
Maybe they want people to use some ...other appendages. That might be ....really long. Maybe so long that they .....touch the floor. What kind of hospital was this?
Why do they insist you must use your toe, anyway? Is there any terrible, terrible reason we shouldn't (say) use our fingers?... oh excuse me, the quotation marks must mean they actually want us to use our hands. Nevermind. ;)
Maybe its in quotation marks because its a euphemism for a different sort of toe. Maybe a toe of the camel variety.Yet the sheer logistics of that make me blush.
It's just like the scene from the Tenacious D movie...
With your finger, that's what they think you might try to use. And you'll fall over.Really, all this apostrophe abuse could be eliminated if we could get the world to draw little *asterisks* on either side of the words they want to emphasize.
Reminds me of a favorite joke."I rang the doorbell, didn't I?"
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