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How Do You Drain Blood From A Nail?

I was playing football a couple of weeks ago and my friend stepped on my big toe. at first I didn’t notice until I took a shower that night. There is a little red dot and I want to get rid of it. I never felt pain, and it never got swollen. Do I have to go to a doctor?

THE first step to solving a problem is admitting you have one.
Alternatively, you could act like Peter Lawwell.
And keep denying, denying, denying in the vain hope the world will eventually go away and leave you alone.
Well, what else is there to say about a man who watches the away end in Udine unfurl a giant banner reading F*** UEFA and declares the halfwits responsible “aren’t real Celtic fans”.
Not real Celtic fans? Is he having a Steffi Graf?
These people paid about 400 quid a head to follow the team to Italy ten days before Christmas. If that doesn’t make them real fans, what does?
Do they need to actually pay the team’s hotel bill out of their own pocket? Buy a new left-back?
Because plainly Parkhead’s chief executive isn’t impressed by them merely travelling that far at that much expense at this time of year with that slim a chance of coming back happy.
Though, before ǝpɐbıɹq uǝǝɹb ǝɥʇ take this as some sort of compliment, one word of advice. Don’t.
Because being there through thick and thin doesn’t make them any less stupid, crass or bullying than the world already knows them to be.
That stunt the other night could cost their club big time, both in terms of another fine and permanent damage to their reputation around the world.
Mind you, at least they have an excuse. They’re numbskulls.
On the other hand, Lawwell is an intelligent man. A financial whizz. A high-flying negotiator.
Yet he still refuses to own up to the fact that these morons are his club’s problem and therefore his problem.
More to the point, he also seems blind to the fact that, in the eyes of those whose motto is F*** The World, not only are they real Celtic fans, they see themselves as the only true Celtic fans.
In their heads, they’re upholding a noble cause. They’re defending an oppressed community kept down by a bigoted establishment. They’re freedom fighters.
Anyone who criticises them is criticising Celtic and, therefore, to be despised.
So when police officer Eddie Smith reports them to UEFA for singing pro-IRA bile, they turn up with a banner abusing him.
When UEFA crack down, they abuse them.
When everyone else in the country is respecting the dead of two wars, they turn up with a banner reading No Bloodstained Poppies On Our Shirts.
They produced stickers branding former chairman John Smith a war criminal because he was once Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Back in January, when I had a go at the behaviour of some of them at Ibrox, they turned up the following week with a banner reading F*** Bill Leckie. Everyone who isn’t them is wrong. Everyone who isn’t with them is against them. Everyone else is a bigot, not them.
Even Neil Lennon is getting it in the neck from them for having a pop over the Udine nonsense.
Though it’s a fair bet the true paranoids among them will be tapping their noses and going: “Aye, he wants to agree with us, he’s just scared that The Establishment will hammer him for it.” It’s all cobblers. But nothing more so than Lawwell’s repeatedly-mumbled threat to “identify” offenders and “deal with them”.
Here’s a clue, Peter. They’re the ones whose banners always have the same typeface and which are always in the same section of the ground at home games. The section you set aside for them.
Promising to “identify” them is like looking at the dugout and vowing to work out which one’s Lennon from a description of him as the wee, angry ginger fella. The longer Lawwell remains in denial, the more powerful the banner-waving balloons will become in their own minds. The more powerful they believe themselves to be, the harder it will be to shift them.
And with every game where they get to hang about like a bad smell, the closer Celtic will come to their next embarrassment in the eyes of society.
So the situation’s simple, Mr L.
You can deal with the problem. Or you can keep hiding from it and let it turn into a full-blown crisis. Your call.

So basically, my toe nail turned black from playing with a to tight football shoe. So half of my toenail turned black. I clipped half of it off and the rest of the toe nail is perfectly fine. Im not sure if i need to just leave it now because half of my toe nail is gone or do I just take it out and take the pain???

Acrylic Nail Problems? Help Please?

my acrylic nails have been on me for not even a month and they are coming unattached from my nail and i don’t know how to stop or reverse this. i think its because i do so much with my hands (lifting things, throwing footballs, etc). i heard that soaking them in nail polish remover can make them soft and then i can maybe push them back on to my nail to “re-glue” them?
anything will help, thanks!!!

How To Help My Purple Toe Nail ? :(?

My cleats are to big so I put paper towels in the front for soccer practice and during soccer practice the tissue made the shoe too tight, So it was pushing my toe nail in my toe. When I got home my toe nail was purple, and I want to know how to fix it because it really hurt and I don’t want to mess up my cute feet.

So i was playing football and when I came home I realized it’s become blue I thought it wasn’t a big deal until someon stepped on it and my left foot started bleeding then a few days letter i was swinging on my chair and it hits right in the center of my other nail and i started bleeding and there’s a crack in one toe. It doesn’t look too bad and now the blue colour is starting to fate away can anyone please give me some advice and what will happen to my toe nails? any help will be helpful thankk you !

So i was playing football and when I came home I realized it’s become blue I thought it wasn’t a big deal until someon stepped on it and my left foot started bleeding then a few days letter i was swinging on my chair and it hits right in the center of my other nail and i started bleeding and there’s a crack in one toe. It doesn’t look too bad and now the blue colour is starting to fate away can anyone please give me some advice and what will happen to my toe nails? any help will be helpful thankk you !

So i was playing football and when I came home I realized it’s become blue I thought it wasn’t a big deal until someon stepped on it and my left foot started bleeding then a few days letter i was swinging on my chair and it hits right in the center of my other nail and i started bleeding and there’s a crack in one toe. It doesn’t look too bad and now the blue colour is starting to fate away can anyone please give me some advice and what will happen to my toe nails? any help will be helpful thankk you !

Left with the 49e minute against Arles-Avignon (5-0), Yoann Gourcuff suffers from the nail of the big toe of the right foot, which burst. “With the return of the half-time, Yoann tested but they was too painful.

The FC Barcelona humiliated Real Madrid in Nou Camp (5-0), at the time of Clasico. The Catalans, who quickly put themselves at the shelter with goals of Xavi (10th) and Pedro (18th), inserted the nail after the pause thanks to one doubled of David Villa (55e, 58e), and a last realization of Jeffren (90e)

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