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last night when I was half asleep my wife tapped me in the

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last night when I was half asleep my wife tapped me in the back of my head and it stung me. She insists that it should not have hurt. I am thinking that she may have hit some sensitive area causing me pain. Can you back up that assertion with anything scientific?

Hi. My name isXXXXX and I am online and available to help you today. Thank you for your patience.

While I can not give you scientific, anatomical proof that getting elbowed in the back of the head by your wife can be a little bit painful, I can assure you that it might have hurt you a little bit.

On the other hand, after 31 years of marriage, I can tell you that this is not an argument you are going to win. Just give in, tell her she is right and live to argue another day....

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