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Old 10-18-2007, 03:18 PM   #31
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If you think you are going to learn all about women by a book you got another think coming!! hahaha

Just when you think you understand what to do with them they throw you a curve ball.
LOL, i know. it was an interesting book though. i prefer Halo the fall of reach, now thats a good book
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Old 10-18-2007, 03:23 PM   #32
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Heh, Iím a walking scar. I think thatís all that holds me together for the most part!

Got small (hard to see) scars on each corner of my lip except for the bottom left side. Top left I got hit with a softball that split my whole lip in two and took 27 stitches to fix. Top right I got hit by a flying tin can = 4 stitches. Bottom left a flying seashell = 3 stitches.

The biggest scar is my right leg. From the knee down to the ankle is nothing but scar tissue. Goofing with gasoline when I was 12, I got set on fire. Stop, Drop, and roll took care of most of it (that really does work!!!), but the gas was really soaked into my pants leg and didnít go out. Had heavy 3rd degree burns that required 2 surgeries and 33 days in the hospital as well as 3 months of therapy after release. The skin grafts from that gave me some nice rectangular scars (strips) on my upper-right thigh where the donor skin from.
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Old 10-18-2007, 03:27 PM   #33
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NICE work keltin. Kids and fire. I was the same but i ended up burning down my neighbors field and trees. i was so screwed. man good times i tell ya what
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Old 10-18-2007, 03:32 PM   #34
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I was goofing off with my sister when I was probably 8 or so and cut my tounge on one of those curtain hanger hooks. My mom took me into the Hospital and they told her they didnt stitch tounges but once they looked at it they siad that they would have to do that one. haha

No clue how many times I have been in for stitches. Problem is that my youngest (20 months) is taking after me. He fell a couple weeks ago and got a scar on his forehead in the same place I have one! But they just used superglue for him. haha
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Old 10-18-2007, 03:37 PM   #35
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so does super clue work pretty good. i have never used it. i just let it bleed and coagulate and then get back to what i was doing. there has been times when i probably should have gotten stitches or used super clue.
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Old 10-18-2007, 03:40 PM   #36
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Oh yeah, superglue is the best! I learned that trick from a surgeon years ago and the kids like it so much better than the old needle and thread! Heck some of my boys are probably at least 1/4 superglue by now!
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I’ve had well over 200 stitches and 50 staples during my illustrious career, and I have a feeling it’s far from over....but I am getting better! The last set of stitches I got a few years ago weren’t my fault. I was T-Bone by an idiot in a Ford F150.....and I was driving a 95 Saturn (thin metal and lots of plastic)!

The impact and resulting push took the whole door (with the automatic seat belt) off as well as most of the rear quarter panel. Somehow in the bump and grind I got a huge gash in my left side that took 10 stitches. I also had a collapsed lung which was a whole lot of fun.
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Oh yeah, superglue is the best! I learned that trick from a surgeon years ago and the kids like it so much better than the old needle and thread! Heck some of my boys are probably at least 1/4 superglue by now!
DANG dude. thats alot of carnage in your family. You know where south mountain is. there is a great bike trail up there in corner canyon. i flipped my bike going off a drop off. The first time i went mountain biking and i decided to try jacobs ladder. there is a drop off there and i leaned way to far back and flipped backwards landed on me back. lots of cuts from the rocks. could have used superglue then. lol.

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I though NAchef posted this.. my bad.
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Iíve had well over 200 stitches and 50 staples during my illustrious career, and I have a feeling itís far from over....but I am getting better! The last set of stitches I got a few years ago werenít my fault. I was T-Bone by an idiot in a Ford F150.....and I was driving a 95 Saturn (thin metal and lots of plastic)!

The impact and resulting push took the whole door (with the automatic seat belt) off as well as most of the rear quarter panel. Somehow in the bump and grind I got a huge gash in my left side that took 10 stitches. I also had a collapsed lung which was a whole lot of fun.
WOW, dang dude
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Oh man, keltin! Did your wife take out life insurance on you? Can I? lol
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