Is the Worst Way to Hurt Yourself Before Thanksgiving?
If you've ever injured this, you know exactly what we're talking about.
As we prepare do give our mouths the workout of the year with Thanksgiving dinner we want to make sure nothing happens to your mouth before hand because if it does it could ruin everything.
Some say that if you talk, or in this case type about something that you don't want to happen to you, it won't happen. Or is it that if you bring it up it will happen? For the sake of what I'm about to talk about let's hope bringing it up means it WON'T HAPPEN.
The absolute worst thing that can happen to you before Thanksgiving is burning your lips or inside of your mouth. If you've ever hurt the inside of your mouth or your lips, you know exactly what I'm talking about, and you probably have a story that goes along with the last time it happened to you.
I've done some damage to my lips over the years with hot food and it happened to me again over the weekend when I tried to eat a right out of the microwave chocolate glazed donut. My kids asked me to warm up a few donuts, so I popped them in the microwave for 30 seconds. When they were done I went to take them out and noticed one of them had chocolate dripping off and instead of letting it drip on the counter I shoved it into my mouth and the hot chocolate caught my upper lip and BOOM!!!! PAIN!!!!!!!
That happened on Sunday, and a few days later its still hurting and now I 'm afraid its going to ruin my extreme eating attempt on Thanksgiving...LOL! Now that I think about it, I've also burned myself on the lips many years ago on a Hot Pocket, again right out of the microwave.
After a long night of drinking at around 3 a.m. I, like many before me, popped a Hot Pocket into the microwave for a drunk feast and when it was done, I couldn't wait the cool down time they recommend and I shoved it into my mouth and took a bite and the cheese dripped out and burned my lips and my chin. I think the burn was there for like a month.
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