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Otto Nobedder wrote:Farmwelding wrote:Otto Nobedder wrote:I like to joke that if I haven't drawn blood by nine AM, I'm having a bad day. Little nicks and burns are part of the game. It's not actually a daily thing, but anymore I don't even notice the small stuff until someone asks me why I'm bleeding. I should point out that with the medication I'm on a papercut can look serious to the untrained eye...
That's one of the things I've never understood-how can I cut myself and notice for over an hour? Doesn't make any sense.
Your mind is focused on the task, and you're so accustomed to minor pains, one overrides the other.
That's all I can figure. Until you get in the acetone... THEN the day's adventures become "painfully" clear...
exnailpounder wrote: I'll come in from work and my wife will ask why I have blood on my face...and i usually have no idea where it came from or what even happened to me.
LtBadd wrote:exnailpounder wrote: I'll come in from work and my wife will ask why I have blood on my face...and i usually have no idea where it came from or what even happened to me.
Actually this is one of the signs of alien abduction, Jeff any other odd or unusual physical or mental issues?
weldin mike 27 wrote:If you cut up hot chillis, like harbineros or similar, wash your hands BEFORE going to the toilet. (Or putting your fingers into someplace important). A funny story until it happens to you.
Farmwelding wrote:You all must use a ton of acetone or something. It's like all of you have a ton of experience with the "cut finder" I have never had this issue. I usually find my cuts by getting some diesel, gas, oil, dirt, gravel, or my favorite grease- the dirt and grease darken everything except the cut-the cut is very vibrant and easily shown.