Chain thinking?

@catmint (628)
Singapore
March 5, 2008 10:35am CST
Today my finger got caught in the door the second time in 2 months. It is the same finger, the same spot, the same numbing pain. What does this imply?
6 responses
@posham (1237)
• Philippines
12 Mar 08
That history does repeat itself and people oftentimes do not learn from mistakes.. Just kidding.. Just be careful, your finger can only take so much you know.. lol..
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
12 Mar 08
LOL ty for the reply ^_^ I hope I do not become a old stick in the mud historian who never learns. Hahahaha
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@posham (1237)
• Philippines
14 Mar 08
haha.. but i did heard of muscle memory.. it's the thing we use (or i guess try to use) in learning the perfect swing in softball.. it's where you try to swing and swing corrctly a number of times a day so that when it's time to actually swing with a ball, your muscles know how to move and result, hopefully, with a perfect swing to hit te ball where you wanted it to go.. hehe..
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
17 Mar 08
Oh my goodness.... Looks like I better un-learn the action of putting my finger where the door is....
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• Indonesia
13 Mar 08
it implies that your finger enjoy the pain. it feels that there is a hidden happiness in the pain. happiness is a certain state which mind wants to stay longer. i strongly believe your finger eager to get the same pain. so, be careful, keep your finger away from the door!
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
17 Mar 08
It sounds like my finger has a mind of its own. Yes, I am moving the door with my other hand now. Thank goodness, the rest of my body does not agree with this notorious finger of mine.
• Canada
13 Mar 08
i think that it implies that you keep doing the same thing to that door. You should be more careful.
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
17 Mar 08
Yes, I realised I am still swinging the door like I have not learn my lesson... Although now I keep my finger well away.
9 Mar 08
it is because,u are not alert,the door warned u already not to keep ur finger on that place,but u didn't listened it,hope after a second similar experience u will not repeat,if u believe this is an indication of something,then ur thinking can be defined as symbolic thinking.
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
10 Mar 08
Symbolic thinking? Hmm....I was thinking along the lines of the more I want to avoid it, the more likely it's gonna happen *grimace* Like when I told myself specifically to avoid tripping over THAT stone, I went ahead and tripped over it.
@klaudyou (501)
5 Mar 08
You usually make the same moves everyday, and today you had bad luck, since it was not safe anymore for you to put the same finger in the same spot as you did day by day. Coincidence decided that it should warn you for not paying attention to the fact that you may hurt yourself if you continue to not retreat your finger just in time. It implies bad luck, and I am sorry for you!
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
10 Mar 08
*throws salt over shoulder quickly* Hope no more bad luck....I can't take any more of that pain!
@cupoftea (715)
• United States
5 Mar 08
I think it implys that you need to be more careful using that door.
@catmint (628)
• Singapore
10 Mar 08
I guess it could be carelessness.....although I was pretty sure I told myself not to put my finger there and there my finger went *grimace*