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    Thumbs down I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    There was blood all over the place! Thankfully, the injury occurred in a place where they could use dermabond and not have to give me stitches. I did have to get a tetnus shot. No big deal. I missed my gig that night and now I'll have to pay a $500 deductible for the hospital visit. This sucks...

    So, anyhow, I put a band-aid on it on Saturday because an edge of the wound was crimped and poking up through the dermabond. Blood was still flowing there. Fun! I left it on all weekend and replaced it this morning after I showered. It is all white and yellow and purple and brown. YUM!!!



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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Do you play in a band also (curious about use of the word gig)?

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    at least you didn't get glued to a toilet seat...
    Nachos are the right of all sentient beings.

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Sorry to hear of your troubles JP , but you can't start a thread like this and not say how it happened !

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by darthvyn
    at least you didn't get glued to a toilet seat...
    That's optimism.

    And really, you might have saved on the dermabond if you just used whatever glue they used on that old guy's derrier.

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Yeah, we need the scoop on the modality of the injury, JP, in order to fully feel your pain. I did my thumb yesterday ripping up flooring - some of that carpet tacking (the little boards they put along the walls with tons of nails sticking up) got me right where my nail ends near the tip. I was not happy.
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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Well... I was slicing some sourdough bread for dinner on Friday evening and the first piece came out fine. The bread had a nice heavy crust on it. The second piece didn't come out so well. The knife hit some odd "terrain" and when I pulled back, the serrated edged blade bent at an angle and ripped through the top-half of my pointer finger. It cut from just above the joint to the tip of the fingernail. It's a nice ovular slice. It was hanging off of the finger and that was pretty much a given that I needed to get myself to the hospital.

    It looks lovely now... dead flesh is so pretty. NOT!!!!
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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Sounds like you need some re-education in the Bread Crust thread.

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    Ouch sorry to hear that JP.

    I got a bloody nose at work last week for those that care (no I wasn't punched and no I wasn't picking my nose, it just happened.)

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    Re: I sliced my finger open Friday night... GROSS!!!!

    So the knife bent as you were slicing bread? Apparently your cutlery isn't Japanese steel.

    I sliced my ring and pinky finger down to the tendon when I was kid. Put my hand through a glass table..
    Weird War Tales: Featuring the Creature Commandos #105 November 1981 (DC Comics)

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