When something falls on my foot, particularly my toes. It happens most when I try to put groceries away.
When I bump my elbow somewhere, like a wall or door frame.
Getting a blister on the back of my ankle (usually from wearing brand new shoes) and even when wearing socks, the back of the shoe rubs against it…
When my cat, whom sleeps on me most nights, starts kneeding on my bare back because my blanket is off me.
Wearing headphones and laying on a pillow—the headphone piece pushes against my ear and makes it throb and uncomfortable. Earphones did a similar thing, but it was mostly just inside my ear.
Hangnails don’t hurt until I pull them out. Which, apparently, you’re not supposed to do lol.
When an uneven and sharp toenail (that desperately needs to be cut) isn’t cut and the threads from the inside of a sock catches on it… it pulls at the nail. Oof, I hate those.
A zit on my nose or mouth. Usually the ones that hurt the most are on the tip of my nose or in-between the indent where my nostril is, and then the one for my mouth is on the edge of my lips (that part that lets your mouth curve into a smile, etc.)
Boils under my arm pits and private area. When I get one on my vag, it freaking hurts so much—like I can’t walk, can’t put underwear on… ugh.
rip why do those tiny mouth zits have to hurt so much
wet heat can help with both of these btw! a cloth dampened with hot water applied to the pimple or boil can gently open them and drain them. Make sure u use a clean cloth and wash your hands first though. Also getting boils might be a sign to change out your razor, since a blunt razor can damage your skin and leave openings for the bacteria that naturally exists on your skin to get inside and cause infection, e.i. boils.