Slamming Your Hand in a Car Door

I’ll have to admit that, as a kid, there was nothing quite as painful as slamming my hand in a car door.

In fact, I don’t even think I need to say much more about this situation. Its just a painful, disgusting experience that nobody wants to go through, but everyone eventually does at some point. Children and adults alike all have experienced the throbbing, swollen happenings in one’s hand after it is removed once the car door is reopened (but only after you have screamed, “DAD, MY HAND!”).

All in all, if you like this experience, you’re extremely odd. Everyone should hate this. Period.

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2 Responses to “Slamming Your Hand in a Car Door”


  1. 1 Monica June 9, 2010 at 12:56 AM

    I just wanted to mention that I think the actual “thing you should hate” here is the car door itself. I have managed to not only slam my hand in a car door, but also my shoulder, leg, arm, and face.

    [[it takes a special skill set.]]

    • 2 Andrew June 9, 2010 at 12:59 AM

      Hmm…never thought of it that way. But I suppose you’re right! Although..I’ve never slammed any other body part in a car door except my hand… 🙂


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