Feet are pretty durable most of the time. You can kick things around, they help you walk, and they can support your whole body weight. But if you manage to catch your little toe on something as you walk by the pain is often unbearable, if just for a short while. Curses fly, tantrums are had, but once that toe is stubbed the pain must be endured.
But why must our toes hurt so much when jammed against objects? Toes are on the front line of your body. They scout the ground areas and allow the whole unit to move forward. But up against obstacles they're just giant pussies. Stubbing your toe is the worst. Well, being stabbed is probably worse.
My rating: 0/5