I hope to be hysterically hilarious. But maybe I'm just hysterical.
This looks rather painful.
What is it?
Good question! It’s a piece of wood, actually a close-up of a broken table at the market-place.
They are selling it? Lol
Haha 😆 They’re not actually selling it, I put it in a wrong way; it’s a close-up of an empty stand at the market-place. On the other hand, during Christmas time they do sell remainders of branches, in fact waste that remains after they make advent wreaths and such.
for fire wood?
An excellent question. I don’t know! Either for firewood or for decoration — some people would put the stray branches in vases, perhaps decorate it instead of or along with their Christmas tree. I just found it ridiculous that anyone would dare to sell waste…
True but people buy odd things
Yep, people do buy odd things. I think I should set up a garage sale and give it a try. We’ve got a lot of odd things to put away…
you should, really you would be amazed lol
I just felt myself getting a splinter and performing self surgery
You’re scaring me!
Haha my apologies. That picture reminds me of my younger days playing in my backyard and putting my hand on an old wooden post that I would later regret.
No problem, I was just kidding, but of course, you couldn’t tell that when I didn’t even put a smiley face in the comment 😉 Sure, we all have our splinter accidents…
Now you made me recall my husband’s accident as a kid, which I obviously didn’t see but can vividly imagine: he stepped on a rake (or something else this ridiculous) and drove the iron spike through his foot. Eek!
Of course, smiley is king!!
That sounds seriously painful, and I can’t even imagine the pain he felt when that happened! Can he still walk?
You’re right, it must’ve been shocking. Fortunately, my husband had a full recovery — kids can survive anything! — and has no permanent consequences. 🙂
That’s great! I see what you did there!
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