I cannot stand when people start in with their knuckle cracking .. head/neck cracking .. back crunching .. addictions.<br><br>I want to get a baseball bat and permanently make an adjustment for them.<br><br>****************<br>
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I crack my right elbow (old internet injury) by straightening it out and twisting my lower arm. Sometimes it sounds like branches being snapped off a tree. It scares me sometimes because it's so loud. But it feels soooooo good. I should have arthritis in 20.... months.<br><br>
Matt, it has come to our attention that your tolerance level for just about everything is just about nothing. Please adjust your attitude. This is our forum, and you are required to think and act as we do. There is no room in this world for your silly pet-peeves & opinions. PS: What about people who feel the need to spit... constantly.<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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