In addition, she has launched a furniture design competition, a new game show, and executive-produced for shows like 'Bethenny,' 'Little Big Shots,' 'First Dates,' 'Green Eggs and Ham' and 'Castle Hangnail
This makes it different from a hangnail
or a tumor.
She was sitting on the couch, chewing on the sharp edge of a hangnail
, and then she was leaning forward, holding her hands in front of her mouth as if she were about to catch something--the back of an earring, maybe, or a warm splash of vomit.
Other injuries to cast members sustained during the Scottish epic include a broken ankle, a hangnail
and a busted nose, according to Gibson.
He twisted a hangnail
off his thumb, rubbing the scab beneath.
He twisted and untwisted his hands, pinched a hangnail
between a shaking thumb and forenger and tugged it.
If Clay Buchholtz had a hangnail
, he couldn't pitch.
There's the outrageous cost of malpractice insurance and litigation, because Harvey Garrard and thousands like him tell you, again and again and again, on TV, radio, billboards, to sue over a broken hangnail
I tell veterans that if you're in the service and you get so much as a hangnail
, get that in your service record.
She pulls at a hangnail
nearly bleeding on the edge of her thumb.
He reported on what he knew, producing a comedy of perspective, or of self-interest, depending on how you think about it, a comedy summarized by Mel Brooks in his definition of theatre genres: "Tragedy is when I have a hangnail
The other key," BOshold says, "is to thread the plastic or larva body perfectly in-line or parallel to the hook shank You don't want it dangling off to the side like a hangnail