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I stabbed myself

DAMNIT!! I was just cutting some lacing cord with my knife, and was fighting it as my knife needs to be sharpened. I managed to sink my knife right into the web of my hand between my thumb and forefinger. that fuckin hurt!

Now I got paper towel pressed into the web and electrical tape holding tying my thumb to my hand to keep pressure on it. Electricians bandage FTW!

Lesson: keep your knives sharp.




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stitches??? we learned how to suture the other day lol
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stitches??? we learned how to suture the other day lol
Hahahaha no it's just deep not long. blade went in about a 1/4 inch in a straight down stabbing motion, I already stopped the bleeding with pressure.




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Hahahaha no it's just deep not long. blade went in about a 1/4 inch in a straight down stabbing motion, I already stopped the bleeding with pressure.
ouch!!!! super glue it closed....thats basicaly what the hospital uses only without some of the chemicals in it
and damn i wanted to pracitce my stitching ability all we got to practice on was sponges
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Hahahaha no it's just deep not long. blade went in about a 1/4 inch in a straight down stabbing motion, I already stopped the bleeding with pressure.


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ouch!!!! super glue it closed....thats basicaly what the hospital uses only without some of the chemicals in it
and damn i wanted to pracitce my stitching ability all we got to practice on was sponges
Next time I do something dumb like that you can do it, I promiss.





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animals pp all the same thing when suturing lol....i could steal some suture material but the needles we use might be a lil harder to steal
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I did that when I was like 11, I remember the blood spurting out and screaming and running around until I turned a real pale white (and I am 1/32 mexican).
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I did that when I was like 11, I remember the blood spurting out and screaming and running around until I turned a real pale white (and I am 1/32 mexican).
Shit, i cut myself running with scissors when I was a kid, yup, i was THAT kid.




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Just think how deep it would have been if you were using one of my knives...


BTW, what is with the electrical tape BS? Duct Tape FTMFW!!!

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DAMNIT!! I was just cutting some lacing cord with my knife, and was fighting it as my knife needs to be sharpened. I managed to sink my knife right into the web of my hand between my thumb and forefinger. that fuckin hurt!

Now I got paper towel pressed into the web and electrical tape holding tying my thumb to my hand to keep pressure on it. Electricians bandage FTW!

Lesson: keep your knives sharp.
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DAMNIT!! I was just cutting some lacing cord with my knife, and was fighting it as my knife needs to be sharpened. I managed to sink my knife right into the web of my hand between my thumb and forefinger. that fuckin hurt!

Now I got paper towel pressed into the web and electrical tape holding tying my thumb to my hand to keep pressure on it. Electricians bandage FTW!

Lesson: keep your knives sharp.


Use super glue or krazy glue to close it up. Trust me works like a charm

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Super glue was used by MASH units in Vietnam, True Story.

Divers use it to seal up cuts so they don't get infected.

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Shit ya, super glue is the bomb, I use it all the time but I'm out of it at the moment.




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Ouch!!! Super Glue FTW! Or, since you don't have any, you should see if your wife has any nail glue... works the same.

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I can steal some of Mandys needles if you let me
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i need the curved needles and a hemostat preferably lol could get the hemostat at a nursing supply store though
and of course you can tape it for youtube lol
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i need the curved needles and a hemostat preferably lol could get the hemostat at a nursing supply store though
and of course you can tape it for youtube lol
Done and done. We need to act quickly so as not to trap infection. Tony, are you game? I can pick up that chain at the same time.
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Done and done. We need to act quickly so as not to trap infection. Tony, are you game? I can pick up that chain at the same time.
and this would be stricly for my educational learning experience lol
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