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A runner gets rid of a corn… and photoblogs the metamorphosis

Disclaimer: the pictures below are NOT for the squeamish.

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After 2nd 24-hour usage of the Scholl corn cap
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Believe me when I say “it does NOT hurt”.

 

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Almost done…
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Fresh pink skin whitened by salicylic acid
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In the end, everything has to die…
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Other side of the dead skin strip
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See that white blotch on right huarache? Result of 30km of foot pounding with corn cap
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After I cleaned things a bit. Slight bleeding at 5 o’clock thanks to my enthusiasm
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Not my ear. It’s the remnants of a corn cap after it’s been pounded on Bangalore roads for 30 km.
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View from the other side. I feel for it (really I do). Thanks Scholl.
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What a Scholl corn cap looks like “freshly worn”
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Great design. Stick medicated circle first, follow-up with SUV-style cushion.
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Remaining corn (right side) also showing signs of decimation
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Thin strip stubbornly hanging on. Do we need another cap?

 

 

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I guess we DID need another cap.
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So many shades…
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Corn cap after ‘regular’ usage – i.e. no running for 3+ years.

 

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The Middle Kingdom falling apart…
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Rudimentary jigsaw puzzle
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Operation DesertStorm nearing Baghdad
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A few days later.. last strip came apart during a weekend trip to the mall with the family. Nobody saw me taking this pic.
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Bye bye..
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We’re all good now.. barring a few furrows and some unrelated blisters.

Closing note: this is the first post I published from the MOST EXCELLENT WordPress client on Android.

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