Sunday, August 06, 2006

Important lessons in walking

When walking down stairs it is imperative that feet be firmly planted on the next step before trying to go down further. If, for instance, only the heel of the right foot is barely on the higher step, you will likely slip down with little to no control. This can result in the toes and forefoot of the left foot bending completely underneath said foot, causing much discomfort, bruising and swelling. A picture of what could result will be posted soon. It is also important to note that flailing your arms wildly will NOT help and will just make you look more foolish. Ask me how I know...

Hopefully there will be no more lessons of this nature to report to you, our loyal listeners, er, readers.

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