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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hel, Oct 28, 2017.
You too, mate!
Finger is healed so the way now, of course it still hurts when anything hits it just like my other injured finger.
How many fingers have you injured like that now? All of them?
I think "other finger" implies only one other, which totals three scars. Middle finger on middle knuckle, index finger with the crap you just saw, and in between the thumb and index finger with a "U" shaped scar from a stab wound. All on the left hand of course.
The scarring on my right hand has vanished, every knuckle was scarred from constant tearing of the skin from punching walls, lockers, etc.
Perhaps you should considering not getting hurt so much?
Make it a new year's resolution!
Good to see it's healing fine, though.
Oh oops. I somehow missed that.
This is what I was thinking of when I mentioned other injuries to your fingers/hands.
I don't do New Year resolutions, why make promises to myself that I can't and won't keep.
I dont do them either
My resolution is the same every year: make a resolution next year.
I never really got why a new year's resolution would hold more weight or would be easier to work for than any other promise someone would make to himself.
Hope everyone is having a good start of the year, though!
It's funny because the day people celebrate the new year has kept changing.
We celebrated New Year the same day as we did in 1895
What about in 1751? d;
If you can build us a time machine, we can find out!
Supposedly we have been celebrating new years for several millennia, but we owe it to sieur Caesar that it falls on January 1st, as it was made to be so after he reformed the calendar.
True history fact! Or, so I assume. I just got it off of google.
Time is made up anyway.
Some Dude: "Alius anni circulus fuerit evolutus civilization nostri Iesu Christi gloriae."
Ceaser: "Novus annus, New me."
Some Dude: "Quid?"
i think new year's day should have been on the winter solstice. that would be neat c:
New Year's day should be every day. That way I can say I'm over 11000 years old.
Be literal. Every time a new year passes, add to your age. A mars-year has passed? Add to your age. Mercury's had a new year? Add it.
Basically, take this website: https://www.exploratorium.edu/ronh/age/ and add up all the years.
I have survived 137 years. (Or 140.5 if you include the decimals.)
Why stop at our solar system? Let's just use every planet. Should be in the multiple billions then.