Lesson Learned

blis·ter Pronunciation (blstr)



a. A local swelling of the skin that contains watery fluid and is caused by burning or irritation.

b. A similar swelling on a plant.


a. A raised bubble, as on a painted or laminated surface.

b. A rounded, bulging, usually transparent structure, such as one used for observation on certain aircraft or for display and protection of packaged products.

v. blis·tered, blis·ter·ing, blis·ters


1. To cause a blister to form on.

2. To reprove harshly.


To break out in or as if in blisters.

[Middle English, probably from Old French blestre, of Germanic origin.]

Yeah, walking for thirty minutes on rocky uneven cement in black heels, or heels of any color, was a bad idea. Then standing for another thirty minutes to give a speech mostly in Japanese that I learned in about a day, did not help any. Let's just say I still had to get home and buy milk.


Shakes head.


All I will say, is that one of the main issues about blisters NOT listed here, is pain.



By the way, this is supposedly a band that I need to get aquatinted with because all the girls are into them . Lol pass me any mp3s if you've got them! Lol


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