Jeffs D (a.k.a Devon) · 18 years, 6 months ago
man, have you ever looked at hands? like, *really* looked? and feet, too, they're WIERD, man!! like, totally, dude! tubular! ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!
Yvonne · 18 years, 6 months ago
Your post inspired me to look really closely at my hands and feet, and they look quite normal to me, but I could be wrong.
Tubular...now that's a word I haven't heard in a while!
nate... · 18 years, 6 months ago
"They call 'em fingers.. but.. I've never seen 'em fing! Oh wait... there they go." - Otto.
danced with Lazlo · 18 years, 6 months ago
Actually... yeah. And... yeah. Fingers and toes... they're like frikkin tentacles or something. It's like... these things branch off your body and then other things branch off of them, and they wiggle and stuff... It's just creepy.
and no, i don't smoke.
I like my feet. I think I have decent feet. I hate my pinky toes though. They make me mad.
My hands are OK. Not too stubby, decent nails. But nothing special.
Hands and feet don't creep me out. I love the bottoms of feet. Especially up by the toes. They look so cute from underneath.
I love to play with the little weird flap of skin that stretches between the thumb and index finger. No, I'm not webbed. It's there. See? It's nice and squooshy when you're not flexed, and when you flex you hand it's taut. I play with my hands when I'm nervous. WHich is a lot. And I squeeze that part of my hand a lot.
John J. Ryan · 18 years, 6 months ago
Massaging that part of your hand (The webbing between your index and thumb) supposedly releases stress.
Maybe I accidentally discovered that on my own. Heee. Because I only do it when I'm wiggety whack stressed.
Snarki_Fru · 18 years, 6 months ago
its also supposed to be an acupressure point there to relieve headaches... supposedly if you rest the knuckle of the opposite thumb on the edge of the webbed part and roll the pad of your thumb upward, where the tip of your thumb lands is your pressure point. you squeeze down and in just hard enough to be aware of the pressure and hold it for 20 - 30 seconds at a time, and its supposed to relieve headaches.
unfortunately, it never works for me because my nails are too long and they dig into the skin, so i give up after awhile ;)
angie - full of extremely useless information today!
Songbill · 18 years, 6 months ago
They call them digits, but technically they're known as the philanges
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