Tuesday, February 15, 2011

By the Way

For those of you who followed my post concerning the use of Heel Balm to cure my cracked heels....
Huzzah! (NOTE: Civil War era term for "yippee!").  My heels are now all smooth and healed (no pun intended).

Of course, they smell a little funny from all that urea, but each of us have to make some sacrifices in life.
Like never taking off my shoes.  Even in bed.

8 comments:

  1. you need to keep those things in socks, at least. so your wife won't toss you out to the curb. with your trash & your toilet.

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  2. she said she doesn't want to sleep with "pee feet."

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  3. can't say as i blame her for that.

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  4. That is why this blog is essential reading!

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  5. Glad your feet are no longer cracked. Can't say the same for the rest of you.

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  6. This post and the comments are making me laugh, Al. I'm just not sure if I should tell you I'm happy for you and your feet. I'll get back to you on that one.
    xoRobyn

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  7. Al you are in good company the Romans used urea to clean their togas. They were literally taking the piss out of everyone, as they would collect it from homes (a sort of ancient recycling) and take it to wash houses. Instead of having washing machines soft footed slaves would stand in buckets and stomp the clothes clean…Perhaps you could earn some money and start a toga cleaning business while curing your cracking feet problem.

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  8. I was going to toss off a quick comment about toga pee cleaning, but I decided instead to write a post about it. Not today, though. I need to go to work (Damn! I wish I could make millions just from writing!) and won't have time to write it. I have a post already to submit on another topic, so I'll submit that tonight. This weekend, I'll give a history lesson!
    Thanks, BlackLOG!

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