One night years ago I got pissed at my husband about something, and kicked his ACU pants to close the door. They didn't move enough, so I kicked them again and felt a sharp pain in my foot. His auto opener knife had been in a pocket, and the first kick hit the safety, the second opened the knife into my foot. I start yelling because it hurt and I'm bleeding on a book (no way was I paying for the post housing carpet). He comes in and off to the post ER we go.
Since it's o'dark30 we are seen quickly. The tech gets me in a room and looks at my foot, asks what happened, blahblahblah. Then he starts irrigating it, and asks me how it feels...and the filter went away.
Me: Like you are peeing on me.
Tech: *blinks and is speechless* Yeah, I guess this is kinda warm, but I meant did it hurt.
Me: No, just feels funny, like pee.
Hubby: *embarrassed in corner, in uniform still*
So, time to stitch me up, only they forgot to numb it first. They only realized this when the doctor was checking the stitches and the nurse came in with the lido. That didn't bother me as much as the fact it was stitched completely closed, so it couldn't drain. Had to make a small cut since it was too swollen to get to a stitch.
Yeah, pain makes my brain filter go away sometimes.