I speak for all of the germaphobes out there when I say...

2/13/2009 11:00:00 AM
"That's a shame."

It's a shame that the fingernails that Lee Redmond of Salt Lake City has been growing since 1979 (the year I was born) were shattered in a non-life-threatening accident.

While I wish an accident on no one, I do think it sometimes takes acts of God to make the world right again.

No human being should have fingernails that measure more than 28 feet long.

(I cannot even POST the photo that goes with this article because it is vomitous. If you want to see them, click here.)

7 comments:

  1. H.O.L.Y. C.R.A.P.

    Speaking of.... how on earth does she wipe after using the bathroom?!?! Really. There are so many "how does she..." questions that I have.

    Wow. (this post did make my day slightly better and more humorous.) :)

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  2. Why did I click on the link? Why?!

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  3. I clicked on the link also..... WOW. Well all I can say is at least they are white.... not green or black.

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  4. I clicked on the link also..... WOW. Well all I can say is at least they are white.... not green or black.

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  5. Picking her nose should be easier now.

    Really, that is just gross.

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  6. i have a ton of "does she..." questions too! like does she have friends? does she have a job? does she also have freakishly long toe nails? and i wonder..... did her nails play any role in causing the accident? :)

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  7. I don't even know what to say right now,except that is SOO wrong on SOO many levels! Literally have a lack of speech right now, which as you know is SUPER rare for me!

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