Tuesday, 2 June 2009

Leafleting injuries - number 94

Today's leafleting injury (I'm going to spell leafleting right today) comes courtesy of the hot weather. It was well over 30 degrees today in Launceston and the sun was beating down without a break.

I came across a nice brass letterbox and opened it with one hand while putting the leaflet in with the other. At which point my brain registered that the temperature of the letterbox was significantly higher than human skin can handle. So I instinctively whipped away the first hand... thus trapping the second hand in the scalding letterbox.


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