Have you ever had the misfortune of banging your shin on a trailer hitch?
If so, then you know the true meaning of agony. If not, consider yourself lucky, because let me tell you, it’s a pain like no other.
It starts with a dull thud, followed by a searing, white-hot fire that shoots up your leg and sets your entire body ablaze. It’s like someone took a blowtorch to your shin and decided to roast it like a marshmallow. And the worst part? The pain doesn’t end there. Oh no, it lingers for days, mocking you with every step you take.
But why is it so bad?
Well, for starters, the trailer hitch is the ultimate sneak attacker. It’s always lurking around corners, waiting to ambush unsuspecting victims. It’s like the ninja of the parking lot world. And unlike other pains, there’s no way to avoid it. You can’t just stay in bed all day or pop a couple of ibuprofen. No, the trailer hitch demands your respect, and it will take it by any means necessary.
The best way to describe it, is like getting hit by a truck and then being dragged behind it for a few miles. If you are lucky enough to survive the initial impact, you’ll be left with a permanent reminder of your encounter in the form of a nasty bruise.
Banging your shin on a trailer hitch is not just a pain, it’s a nightmare. So next time you’re walking around a parking lot, keep an eye out for those sneaky trailer hitches and avoid them at all costs. Unless, of course, you want to experience the worst pain in the universe for yourself.