View Full Version : I glued my fingers together last night....
03-16-2001, 09:21 AM
it's true what the warnings say about super glue...had to cut them apart...just a little blood, nothing serious...no one ever told me that model building was hazerdous to your health..:( I have band aids on all the fingers on my right hand...
Thought I'd lighten things up a little for all us Big 10 and Big XII fans that are crying today...including myself
Thank God Mizzou won!
So have a good laugh at someone else's misfortunes...:D
I do military models and diorama for fun and display purposes...hoping to get one displayed at the D-Day museum in New Orleans...
[Edited by 58Forever on 03-16-2001 at 10:27 AM]
03-16-2001, 09:41 AM
Double post ... sorry.
For your enjoyment:
[Edited by Mark M on 03-16-2001 at 10:47 AM]
03-16-2001, 09:42 AM
LOL!! I thought you could use acetone or some Bestine (it's kinda like paint thinner) to get them undone ... ?
All I have to say about the NCAAs is: GO UNDERDOGS!
~~Galdly laughs at someone else's misfortune ... including his own
03-16-2001, 09:49 AM
Why is the pic not working?
~~Has never tried to post a pic before and it shows.
03-16-2001, 09:58 AM
acetone(nail polish remover) works...but i had to go to the emergency room and get charged $75 to find it out.
you're lucky it was just your fingers, man...
03-16-2001, 09:58 AM
Bet that was a painful ouch 2 ways !
03-16-2001, 10:02 AM
when I read the title of your post, I thought maybe it had something to do with you watching a porn movie by yourself;)
~loves a cheap laugh, even when he's the only one laughing
03-16-2001, 11:04 AM
Now why did I have the feeling that someone besides myself would bring porn into the picture...:o
keg in kc
03-16-2001, 11:50 AM
Perfect smiley for the porn angle there Joe. ;)
All this reminds me of a joke:
A guy goes to the emergency room and tells the doctor there he's got a "private" problem. Doctor asks what it is, and the guy responds, "well, it's my pecker. Sonofabit-ch has turned orange and I don't know why"
The doctor takes some samples and runs some tests and doesn't find anything, so he starts to ask some questions to try and maybe figure out what's going on. Finally asks what sort of hobbies the guy has.
"Well," the guy says, "the two things I enjoy the most are cheetos and porn videos."
03-16-2001, 11:56 AM
all you're minds are in the gutter...;)
here's one for all you S&M fans....:spank:
03-16-2001, 12:33 PM
That's one of the funniest topic titles I've read in a long time!
03-16-2001, 01:14 PM
I second that emotion! I was laughing even before I read any of the posts. A truly classic topic... :)
But really... who hasn't had an unfortunate mishap with crazy glue?!
03-16-2001, 01:24 PM
A couple of years ago I took my sister and some friends to CO skiing...the last day at Breckenridge my sister go tired, went crazy out of control and freight trained a Pakistani....as Roscoe P Coltrain said "It was a Horrendous Crash".....I got there, sis' head was laid wide open along half her hair line....
she got a sled ride to the doc....They brought out superglue.....and glued her cut....Superglue that morning for my sunglasses was $1.99....If its purple and called "DERMIBOND" its about $499.99
I've since repaired a couple of flesh wounds with some trusty crazy glue...don't fill the cut(it scars worse) hold closed and glue over the top....
I'm afraid to ask... :eek:
03-16-2001, 01:35 PM
i got a bunch of that crap on my hands once and went thru the whole house mixing soap/comet/pinesol/etc together and put it on my hands to get it off...guess it started some kind of chemical reaction, cause my hands started burning like hell. all the wifes family was over and i didn't want any of them to know what a stupid thing i'd done, so i hopped in the truck and headed to the emergency room. got a mile down the road and my hands were burning so bad i stopped a a guys house and ran up to his outside water hydrant to turn on the water and run them over my hands. his freaking dog came around the corner and bit me in the leg!!! so i get the hell outta there and made it to the hospital(after 2more stops to cool off) where they pull out a bottle of nail polish remover and zip...cleaned it right off. the hands were pretty tender for a few days, and i still want to run over that damn dog every time i drive by...
03-16-2001, 02:14 PM
Have any of you heard of a product called "Great Stuff". It's used to fill cracks and holes (pull your minds out of the gutter, for Chrsits sake!) in walls and such. I got that S h i t on my hands one time and it took two days to get it off (you know what I mean). It left a sheen on my hands like I had just run them thru a turtle wax machine. Pissed me off. The only thing that would take that crap off was Bag Balm (again, get a grip for the love of God), which is used to moisturize the tit of a cow.
Jesus, I just read what I wrote. I think I'll stop before Ron Jeremy and Houston's name falls from my key board to the screen.
~reminded that he's planning a big evening with the Mrs.
03-16-2001, 02:23 PM
chitown...i've had my share of run-ins w/great stuff, too. $hit's clabbered up all over the walls in my garage. too much expansion.
not much of a handy-man
03-16-2001, 02:29 PM
you're talking about the yellow foam in the spray can? I have used that quite a bit to tighten the basement in my fixer upper...That crap WON'T come off.....
It sure would be a shame if the dog that bit you ate a meatball with crushed glass in it....or fell on an 26"alluminum shaft with a broadhead on it.:rolleyes:
~not that I'd do that....
I heard there might be an accident at the neighbor who shot my mom's dog this weekend...
03-16-2001, 02:40 PM
Whew, glad I'm not the only idiot out there...;)
03-16-2001, 02:44 PM
joe..there's a couple of us...
iowa...i hate getting dog-bit. i door-banged the sucker late one night when he chased my truck and rolled him, but the next morning he was right back out there running after traffic on the highway.
03-16-2001, 02:56 PM
it sure would be a shame if some antifreeze spilled out on the highway near where that dog lives..maybe under a pile of milkbones.. :rolleyes:
Only one dog has bitten me and been able to tell his pals about it...
I'm not to far from the "tool man" when it comes to home improvement lapses in judgement:) hang in there....and Never, I repeat NEVER put a paper towel in a citranilla candle bucket. ;) ....in a garage anyway
03-16-2001, 03:03 PM
iowa...i keep hoping somebody driving in front of me will run over the kerr and i'll get to nail him while he's still rolling.
i'm no animal hater, but i'm not very forgiving either.
03-16-2001, 03:33 PM
you should look at the dog bite objectively. You were the idiot who glued your hands and set them onfire, and then you stopped in his yard.
When I was four I was attacked by a German Shepard and he tore my cheek off. Had to have plastic surgery. Luckily I was only four and my cheek was not that big. I got scars all over my head, but thankfully they are hardly noticable.
I think in you situation, some mean spirited mischief would be appropriate instead of killing. maybe some mace one night when you are driving slowly down his street.
03-16-2001, 03:41 PM
cf...it's hard to be objective w/a dog latched onto your leg. i did try filling a soap bottle full of ammonia and squirting him in the face when he chased my truck one night. but when i squeezed the bottle, it just blew back in my own face.
talk about a ride!
going home for the weekend...happy st.pats!
03-16-2001, 05:13 PM
ROFLMAO, You are VERY funny. I think I would just walk by the house with my bat and ball on the way to the park and go for the grand slam if you know what I mean.
I always needed a cheap solution to stiches,thanx.
03-16-2001, 06:18 PM
Great stuff, Super Glue. I am a bass player by trade and one night I cut the living hell out my right index finger-almost three-quarters of the way through the tip. If you're familiar with playing bass, the right index finger is the main finger used to pick the strings. I had a gig the next night, and the first set I tried bandaids, duct tape, and nothing worked-I was in agony. During the first break, in desparation, I took a tube of crazy glue and inserted a generous amount into the cut, and pushed it together. Burned like crazy at first, but amazingly, it held my finger together for the next three hours! And I honestly believe that it healed faster because of it.
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