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  junkman6  |  22

Think about what tile is. It's usually stone or ceramic, not counting cheap linoleum, even one tile can leave you in pain if you're unlucky enough to be under it.

  Ambient25  |  24

"I don't normally drop what I hold onto myself, but when I do, I make sure no one was looking".

Seriously though I used to be an adventurer like you, but then I took a tile to the knee.

  \  |  28

This also happened to us before. Except it was in a bathroom stall and it was a heavy backpack full of really expensive books.

  mrlopez  |  13

Saying this is like it's more appropriate to have more heavy things fall on one's feet than on the floor.

Tiles can be bought. A broken foot equates to a doctor's visit and heaven forbid a limb breakage

By  emmingle  |  24

I want to know what happened to your foot! I've done this with a bench before, and while I didn't break anything, the results weren't very pretty. Good luck in recovery OP, be more careful next time! :)

  iAlissa  |  34

My friend did this exact same thing with a lighter load of tiles and he smashed three of his little piggies. I'm hoping they didn't land too awkwardly on Op's foot; broken toes/feet aren't a fun at all