The bums probably won't be a big deal as long as you're not planning to build a pump bump
fight where they hang their hat.
is the common term for a bony enlargement on the back of the heel.
In general, doctors prescribe anti-inflammatory medicines to treat pump bump
Those with high arches or tight Achilles tendons are especially vulnerable to developing pump bump if they work in high heels.
In the large majority of cases, pump bump is treated non-surgically by reducing inflammation, but this does not get rid of the bony protrusion.
After a 50-foot downhill colon-cleanse, the fullpipe whips up into a 20-foot, stomach-spilling pump bump, then flushes down again into a 60-foot fullpipe called The Sewer.
Conveyor belts then whisk lacerated carcasses toward The Processor--a series of jarring pump bumps and launch ramps designed to dislodge any loose flesh.
On one especially brutal attempt, he caught sideways air off the first pump bump and ass-checked the second one before flopping into a heap.
Once you've made the plunge you then have to choose between plopping into the bowl to the left (not advised), careening into the bleachers on the right (even less advised), or going straight into a series of pump bumps (frighteningly, the only choice).
Other common problems include bunions, bony growths at the base of the big toe caused by tight, ill-fitting shoes, and so-called pump bumps
, where straps and the rigid backs of pump-style shoes cause a bony enlargement on the heel.