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  • Step 7: Abandon step 6 and realize that callouses are so unattractive.

    Doing my best to get the hell off the "Fuck You Express"

  • My friend had to wear one for months before she could get surgery and always had nasty callouses where the brace dug into her skin pwscott

    International Museum of Surgical Science » E-Mail

  • They lack callouses or any other marks that might indicate manual labor; in fact, they deal mostly with information processing and dissemination, in one form or another.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Methinks you spend too much time with people who have never had callouses on their hands.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ungovernable

  • First in themselves, inside, where they can never find faith or trust or hope again, beneath scars and scabs and callouses of cynicism; and then in every lateral direction around them where they turn to us, eyes and empty soul pleading, 'say it isn't so, say I haven't wronged myself, my life, in self-delusion.'

    Straight from the top (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Of course, missy felt right at home in Virginia, all the hillbillies showed up at BJ's with that single front tooth all polished and shining and they had even clipped the callouses on their knuckles.

    Virginia welcomes Sarah Palin

  • He felt her callouses grind and grate on his, and a great wave of pity welled over him.

    Chapter 4

  • She slightly moved her hand in his and felt the harsh contact of his teamster callouses.

    CHAPTER V

  • Hardy, resillient, and beautiful .. like the seasoned hooker with a gorgeous painted face and callouses on her feet.

    brouillon - French Word-A-Day

  • They were large-knuckled, sinewy and malformed by labour, rimed with callouses, the nails blunt and broken, and with here and there cuts and bruises, healed and healing, such as are common to the hands of hard-working men.

    SAMUEL

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