Pain is when you are playing an RNG game and have something that happens that is 25+ times rarer than what you desire.
Stubbing your toe on something you thought was harmless 5 seconds earlier. The four second lapse in the time is the time it took to howl and do the pain dance. (We all know you do it, don’t even try to deny it.)
If I stub my toe, I kick whatever hurt me again, to beat it into submission.
I'll be scared to let you have a pet, even though you can't stub your toe on a pet because pets are soft. Kinda violent reaction there.
You can't stub your toe on a dog the way you'd stub your toe on a table for the simple reason that fur and flesh has a lot more give than wood or metal.
Besides, I'm sure the violent reaction was only in jest.
The dog or cat may not appreciate being walked into, however. puts ointment on vicious cat scratch
Pain is sliding on grass and skinning your knee.
Ow. On a rock? If not, that's some sharp grass you got there...
Pain is just an excuse not to do something.
Pain is when you do the wrong thing for a decade, because you didn’t know what the right thing was.
Pain becomes so annoying when it’s chronic.
Pain is losing a chess game on time in a winning position.
I make people do that all day.
Pain is not being allowed to talk.
Pain is not being able to be with a friend or family you hope for in a really long time.
Pain is being alone with no one else to rely on but yourself.
Like alone in all forms of life, or just no humans and animals around?
Except God, right?
Trees make very strange company.
not what I was going for, but yeah. I like being in trees by myself a lot. Have my own space, and enjoy the view and space.