Severe Foot Fungus Due to Being in Same Boots for Days

Severe Foot Fungus Due to Being in Same Boots for Days

Today’s edition of Best Gore Members Rock is brought to you by Best Gore member @johnnychingas, who developed a severe case of foot fungus due to wearing the same boots for days:

Bitches be like pedicure on point.

This is me. I got some fucked up bacterial fungul disease from being in the same boots for a couple days. Me and a couple buddies went camping here in California and well, it was really cold and it caused this disease.

Doctor says it’s trench foot. Hurts like a bitch. Me feet started to fall apart within days. From Monday having nice feet to Friday having zombie feet.

Now I wish I was wearing flip flops like those bastard Brazilians. Would have helped.

Flip flops are awesome. You just got to watch out for two guys on a motorcycle. Thanks a lot for the pics, @johnnychingas:

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67 thoughts on “Severe Foot Fungus Due to Being in Same Boots for Days”

    1. ya thata be trench foot dude had a cousin almost get it on a camping trip luckily we caught it before it started to kid was only 7 at the time.

      pro tip if you ever go out camping TAKE YOUR SHOES OFF….. at least at night let those suckers air dry and also dry out your shoes and socks and you won’t end up with trench foot. It got the name from soldiers in the trenches during the world wars.

      If you don’t want to take your shoes off at least bring a spare set of shoes and socks to put on before you go to sleep. But at the very least take the stuff off near the fire to dry out and warm up next to the fire to kill off any fungus that may be starting to form. let them dry off for at least 1-2 hours before they go back in i’d recommend. Also letting the shoes smoke (in other words let them get smoked by the top of the fire but not in it where the smoke is visible will help also keep bugs out in my experience.) drying out the socks first can also help though those will be dry in 10-40 minutes depending on how wet they are.

      good luck campers ^.^

        1. ya that sucks one option is to bring grip powder or some other highly absorbent packets (like the kind you see in pill bottles/shoe boxes etc.) I use the grip powder when I go bowling (hands get slick as all hell) dries up like sand paper. you can get the stuff for about 5-10$ US in a bowling shop at a local bowling alley. it works wonders for getting grip you could also try bringing absorbent minerals in a fine power (the kind you buy to soak up oil and other Vehicle liquids) just keep it out of your hair it will dry it out like no tomorrow trust me. slap the minerals in a cloth bag and slip it inside your shoes should help with that.

          also keeping a hot rock under your tent/sleeping bag can also keep you warm one way you can do it if you run out of hand warmers it bring a strainer (a small metal one and a small pan that the strainer fits in) could use a small pipe also but make sure there is a gap between the metal’s that will help keep the heat up at night and possibly help dry up the air around your feet while keeping you warm

        1. not much of an outdoors man my self I like my computer a lot ^.^ avid gamer to be honest but I do my homework should I go camping and have to hoof it with out electronic’s not to mention 3 of my uncles go hunting and fishing. That and I usually wear sandles/flipflops even in the winter.

          But I like my snowboarding so I got to know some tricks to keep my feet dry after being on a mountain side ^.^ Glad to help give some of my knowledge even if most think i’m full of shit XD

          Good luck have fun and keep a sharp knife, 100 Feet of paracord, and 4 metal canisters for water, also don’t forget your compos and know where you headed and mark your way in with some way to know how to get out that you WILL BE ABLE TO FIND!!!


  1. Tip: Cedarwood essential oil is a natural anti-fungal agent.

    Should you find yourself camping or in a similar situation in the future, order some pure oil to rub your feet with each night and morning. The pure oil is too strong for use alone so it will need to be diluted with another oil (palm, coconut, vegetable, etc).
    Works really well as a fungicide and repels insects like fleas, chiggers and others. Here’s to a speedy recovery!

  2. No one knows what it’s like to be another person until they’ve walked in that person’s boots for a while. Well, I’ll skip on ever wanting to find out how this guy ticks.
    Those feet must reek like a Blue Stilton dog shit !

  3. If you don’t take better care of your feet, you’re going to lose them. That’s okay, we will enjoy the video of you walking around on your stumps.

    Oh – and try trimming your nails from time to time!

  4. Trench foot is a non-freezing cold injury.

    It is neither caused by bacteria, fungi or viruses.

    Typically it results from exposure to wet conditions and temperatures just above freezing, although cases (if I remember correctly) have been seen at ambient temperatures of 18C. It’s due to microvascular endothelial damage, stasis and vascular occlusion.

    Initially the tissues are cold and numb, before becoming red over 24 – 48 hours. The redness is accompanied by intense painful burning as well as blisters, redness, and ulceration.

    This paper is worth a read:


      1. @dethbyplaster
        I keep seeing Tom Hanks in The Money Pit every time I see your screen name … you know, when he’s trying to get water for his wife and gets distracted by that Spanish guy … then proceeds to fall thru the bowels of hell and eventually gets tangled up in that, whatever the hell it is, then he falls into that trough of plaster only to start meandering blindly destroying shit until he ends up ass over tea cups in the fountain … where in the fuck did that come from?!?!!!?

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