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Ok ,,so like a dumazz... I was cleaning the kitchen.. while putting in some paper into trash I decided to squoosh down the rubbish a bit more..

DUMB MOVE.... guess what was there waiting... nothing but a lid from a can on soup...

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I sliced my my middle finger... center to top.. knew rigjt when it happened that it was a biggie.

No need formyself to get graphic.... but enough damage to end up in Emergency room .. with 16 stitches...

wow.my hand is sooo knumb... hard to type hahaha;;;;my dumb azzz smooth moove

1213081742-1.jpg....the prep before the fix hahah1213081817.jpg..1213081843.jpg..1213081843a.jpg. my hand is soo swollen,,, ..1213081848-1.jpg

Just remember folks..... cans are sharp...lol..

Not a good thing to do when I work with my hands,,, have to cancel my clients for the week.. unable to do massages with a gimp hand.. grrrr.BAAA HUMBUG


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Thnaks AJ... for right now... drugs (meds) are my friend for the night... :bonk:

You don't dare do that here, toss a can in your trash, have to first wash that can with plenty of soap and water, remove the bottom lid, if you can, many of the new cans do not have that bottom lid, all preformed. But drop those sharp lids inside the can, and flatten it, tie a red ribbon around it and put it in a special container for garbage pickup. But you don't have to remove the label that can be difficult if the can has a painted label on it.

If you see a hole in your yard, don't stick your hand in that either, no telling what's on the other end of it, and besides, you don't know what that hole has been.

Ha, was thinking about setting a mouse trap in my butt when my doctor does a prostate exam, surprise!

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Ha, was thinking about setting a mouse trap in my butt when my doctor does a prostate exam, surprise!

if you can get a mousetrap up there without it springing shut, then i suspect you might have darker secrets to tell.


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Happened to me once when I was 14. I didn't know the edges of the can after using the can-opener is sharp. I sliced through skin to the bone without even applying pressure onto the edges. Sharper then a razor blade.

Ever since it happened, I replaced the can-opener with a special type that makes the edges blunt.


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A neighbor stuck is hand under his rotary lawn mower cutting off an inch from four fingers, the tips were so badly mutilated, couldn't be stitched back on again. While sympathy should be shown, the only thing I could say, was, what in the hell were you thinking about? That's incredibly stupid! He just replied, it was, heard something rattling around under there and thought he could get it out.

Of all the tools I own, feel my fingers are the most important. But I got three of my fingers messed up when using my radial saw, but was sure glad it was just the skin torn off. That required a bunch of stitches, that Novocaine hurt like hell. But the skin grew back and all is okay again. I don't like taking pain killer pills, coating those fingers with Orajel took away the pain. The blade brake on my saw wasn't working, finally fixed that, and vowed to have at least three cups of coffee before using it again. And think about that whenever I get near that saw.

Also think about that severe auto accident I was in and what would have happened if I left two seconds later to give me time to avoid it, but don't know if waiting those two seconds longer will be good or bad when starting the car. But that changed my life forever, life is much better now with a wonderful new wife.

She had a sliver in her thumb last night, man, what a big baby she is, I put Orajel on it first so I could dig it out, once out, she said that pain is gone and was happy.

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That sucks. I hope your hand heals quickly.

A neighbor stuck is hand under his rotary lawn mower cutting off an inch from four fingers, the tips were so badly mutilated, couldn't be stitched back on again. While sympathy should be shown, the only thing I could say, was, what in the hell were you thinking about? That's incredibly stupid! He just replied, it was, heard something rattling around under there and thought he could get it out.

Heh.

I had bought a new set of knives several years ago. My brother (16? at the time) was looking at them and I told him to be careful, as they were very, very sharp. My brother laughed and to impress his friends, tried to peel a wax orange or something. Well, the knife slipped and he shaved a large portion of his index finger right off. Blood everywhere. I had to drive him to the hospital as I laughed about what an idiot he was, to which he could only agree. It bled slowly for several more days. Sometimes the blood would soak though the bandages and on to his pillow at night. He was late for school and didn't have time to clean up. No matter, my mother's dog did that for him by eating the bloodstain out of the pillow. People wonder why I hate dogs and never want one. He did the same thing when I shifted all the cartilage in my nose (don't ask) and bled rivers out of my face all over the bed. The dog ate all the blood out of the blanket and mattress, destroying both while my mother and I were at the hospital.

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Glad to know Im not the only Gumby for the day..

as far as the lid.. it was a pull tab Campbells soup tomatoe soup can.. HAHAH the only can opener I do own is a hand crank one... older than my youngest child hahah

Just a perfect thing to be doing a week before I do a road trip .. Oregon to Calif for Disneyland @ Christmas..

I normally do put my cans in the recycle bin... hahaha which is why i was suprised to have a can lid there... soo unless you are the only one putting things in the rubbish .... ya just never know.. '


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