23 thoughts on “Painful Questions

  1. Inquiring minds want to know – open? closed? glass? wood? screen? edge? flat? stationary? moving? rotating?

    There’s a lot of nuance & subtlety to the fine art of door-running-into-y! Just ask Buster Keaton or the Three Stooges!

    Nyuuck! Nyuuck! Nyuuck!

    • Not screen…ahh, if only. Internal wood. Open slightly. Caught it on the edge. Then came back through and did the same damn thing. And as much as I love Buster Keaton, I really don’t want to mimic him. LOL

  2. Not a big door but. . .I had my bathroom cabinet door open to get something out, turned around and then ran into it. I went to get something off the counter and bam! again hit my leg on the shin bone.

      • We klutzy people need to stick together because who else is going to say, “poor baby?” when we do these things.
        Like last weekend, I chose a kid’s ball at the bowling alley and proceeded to walk quickly up to the lane and when I tried to release the ball, “Blam! It landed on my foot!” So annoying when my brother and grandson laughed! 😀

    • Ha! At least Grey Goose gives you a reason. I tend to meet the floor a lot that way, myself. Or random bits of furniture that I try to simply lean on, but having the lack of depth perception that only Grey Goose or its equivalents can provide, ending up splattered out on.

  3. Frequently – especially if they’re open. Closed doors don’t seem to be a problem. At least I’ve got an excuse, does your friend? Mine is that I loose spacial awareness during migraines and frequently don’t notice things on my right. So it’s usually the right hand door frame I run into. I’ve got the bruises to prove it 🙂

    • I share your migraine issue – I have chronic migraine. I can usually feel them coming on and tend not to be up and around when one hits to the point of causing vision issues. The first time it happened to me, I went to the hospital thinking I was having a stroke. Not fun. Not fun at all. I’m sorry you suffer with them. As for me and doors, it’s pure clumsiness — oh, and usually it’s slightly open doors that I believe I can fit through and then obviously can’t. 😀

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