Three climbing-injury nouns from the dirtbag’s dictionary:
Injury noun Number 1:
A piece of skin that is peeled to a dangle, often by sharp rock. The underside of a flapper is usually raw and bleeding.
Used in context: “You gotta eat that flapper, brau. You’ll get hella sending power. Ya know? ”
Injury noun Number 2:
A scuff from the rock, an abrasion, usually resulting in a flat scab.
In a sentence: “Dude, that sandstone splitter gives me grips of mungies every time.”
Injury noun Number 3:
A rock-made divot, an injury in which a small piece of flesh is gouged out.
As an excuse: “Man, I’d love to boulder today, but my fingerpads are just covered in gobies.”