Silence is the virtue of fools. -Sir Francis Bacon
Question #90358 posted on 09/12/2017 9:29 p.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I had a most peculiar experience a few days ago, which I shall relate presently. I had trimmed the nail on my big toe, and the day afterwards ended up wearing shoes that I think are a bit too small for me (by maybe half a size), and after I returned to my room that evening, discovered that half of said big toe had gone numb. Now, 3 days later, the same toe is still numb.

Now, the question. Assuming that this unusual problem never fades away, and I am left with half the feeling in my big toe forever, what's the best story I can use to explain its occurrence?

- Jeffrey Q. Stevenson


Dear Geoffery,

I am now really curious as to what kind of situation raises the topic of your big toe.