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Annual cut your toe nails thread
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Contributors to this thread:
standswittaknife 28-Aug-20
Dyjack 28-Aug-20
Norseman 28-Aug-20
Jethro 28-Aug-20
midwest 28-Aug-20
t-roy 28-Aug-20
grossklw 28-Aug-20
Treeline 28-Aug-20
Z Barebow 28-Aug-20
Darrell 28-Aug-20
jordanathome 28-Aug-20
Whocares 28-Aug-20
BigSkyHntr 28-Aug-20
Empty Freezer 28-Aug-20
MichaelArnette 28-Aug-20
standswittaknife 28-Aug-20
LINK 28-Aug-20
TrapperKayak 28-Aug-20
TD 28-Aug-20
Treeline 28-Aug-20
ruffedges 31-Aug-20
sbschindler 31-Aug-20
28-Aug-20
It’s time to remind some men out there to cut your damn toenails before elk season. Some of you doofuses will forget this and it can ruin a hunt.. i know a guy...

From: Dyjack
28-Aug-20
Don't cut them too short, and don't cut the edges wrong.

If you do... put some antibacterial creme in your first aid kit for that ingrown ripped open toe.

From: Norseman
28-Aug-20
Don’t forget to manscape as well........

From: Jethro
28-Aug-20
Damn, I would have bet money this thread was going to be from jordanathome.

From: midwest
28-Aug-20
Ditto Jethro! lol

From: t-roy
28-Aug-20
I’m hoping Jordan doesn’t have to post another “tag soup recipe” thread, this year!

From: grossklw
28-Aug-20
My nieces wanted to paint my toenails to make sure I'll look appropriate for hero shots this fall, I think it's going to be a nice touch to my elk hunting arsenal. Nice little pedicure before heading west :)

From: Treeline
28-Aug-20
Heck, Jordan hasn’t even checked in on this one yet...

Do you save those toenails to add flavor to that tag soup?

Maybe add in pictures of the big ones that got away, some of that manscape fuzz, little belly button lint, and the sweaty stinky leftover remnants of those tighty-whities!

From: Z Barebow
28-Aug-20
Save the goo that accumulates between your toes also. (You know, the stuff that smells like low tide.) (Elk season cannot come soon enough!)

From: Darrell
28-Aug-20
I'm still a week or ten days out from cutting mine. I leave on the 13th and I like to cut mine a week before so that if there is a problem I can deal with it at home. (And I never have problems with mine but I'm just extra cautious)

From: jordanathome
28-Aug-20

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You guys are sick....this is just too far over the line!!!!

LMAO

From: Whocares
28-Aug-20
Good one Jordan, but I don't know about Treeline!

From: BigSkyHntr
28-Aug-20
At this point I honestly wouldn’t be surprised to see a thread asking about the benefits of a brokini! 8•)~

28-Aug-20
You use that grinder for the manscaping to??? ouch!!!

28-Aug-20
Thanks for the reminder

28-Aug-20
U guys kid and it’s fun.. but the alternative sucks!!

From: LINK
28-Aug-20
Jordan picture is of ole TBM. He’s progressed from sandpaper.

From: TrapperKayak
28-Aug-20
".. it can ruin a hunt.. " Kinda hard on socks and boots too.

From: TD
28-Aug-20
Normally I fly to Thailand and have mind done but this year is just so screwed up...... (they'll clean your ears too so you can hear a bugle better......)

From: Treeline
28-Aug-20
TD, they might clean out a couple other things. Lose a few pounds so you’re lighter on your feet!

From: ruffedges
31-Aug-20

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From: sbschindler
31-Aug-20
yep got my Mikita angle grinder out and will have it done tonight.

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