For Future Reference:

When you sprain your ankle and they put one of those fiberglass splints on it, they tell you not to get it wet.

Well, “Don’t Get It Wet” actually means:

Don’t get it wet or it will bond to your flesh and become a permanent part of your body requiring power tools to remove.

Knowing is half the battle.

…no, I did not sprain my ankle. My wife is now a cyborg. Fear her. I sure do.


3 Comments

  1. Kragon, March 21, 2009:

    HA! Funny man. And ouch!

    Yeah, those splints turn evil under any sort of moister. I broke my leg a few years back and had a similar situation. They should come with a warning label.

    1. Do not use any objects, rulers, butter knives, forks, etc, to scratch leg under device.

    2. Do not feed after midnight.

    3. UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES: DO NOT GET WET!!!!

    These may have helped a little a bit. Evil I tell ya.

  2. WeREwOLf, March 21, 2009:

    It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear, and it absolutely will not stop, EVER, until you are assimilated after midnight!

  3. DarkIcon, March 21, 2009:

    LOL @ both of you.

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