OYFG CRAZY GLUE

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  1. Cheesebuiscut

    Cheesebuiscut Loves his Q-tuners

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    How come crazy glue always ALWAYS manages to get everywhere but where you're trying to put it! Even when I was trying to get it on my finger it gets on every.finger. BUT the one I was trying to put it on!

    The stuff drives me crazy!:wallbash:

    oh and btw, I would recommend against making a ring out of an old guitar string and then getting bored and scrapping the pointy end of the string against your finger until it gradually digs its way to your flesh before you realize it and then you flail your hand in pain in the middle of a show.:ugh:
     
  2. kazzie

    kazzie unicorn smile

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    because you touch yourself at night.



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    Hopefully not with any crazy glue on your hands. That would suck.
     
  3. Scar Symmetry

    Scar Symmetry Ex Whiny Bitch

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    American Pie 2 situation then huh?
     
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    kazzie unicorn smile

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    totally.

    You know he's down.
     
  5. Randy

    Randy !ǝɯ ʇɐ ʞooן

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    In my experience, Zip Kicker helps to keep things cleaner. :agreed:
     
  6. Cheesebuiscut

    Cheesebuiscut Loves his Q-tuners

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    Well the back of the box says to drop some cooking oil on it and rub if limbs get stuck together :ugh:
     
  7. kazzie

    kazzie unicorn smile

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    that's...just frightening


    considering

    ... :ugh:
     
  8. DavyH

    DavyH Elderly juvenile

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    A somewhat short-sighted and extremely scatterbrained friend mistook a bottle of superglue for eyedrops some years back.
     
  9. Prydogga

    Prydogga Giddyup.

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    Oh god, the idea of glue in the eye. BROOTALZ! :hbang:
     
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    leandroab Stay Negative™

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    He wouldn't deserve to see after that anyways... It takes 0% vision to mistake eye drops for SUPER GLUE!
     
  11. Cheesebuiscut

    Cheesebuiscut Loves his Q-tuners

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    How did that end up?
     
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    jymellis Talk To DeWalt

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    vampiregenocide A Chap Called Ross

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    It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.
     
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    willybman Willard

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    ^ gets me excited just thinking about it =]
     
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    Cheesebuiscut Loves his Q-tuners

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    DavyH Elderly juvenile

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    His son-in-law's a paramedic and has all the relevant gear handy. Super glue's eventually soluble under running warm water. Anyway, none of it hit the eye itself, only the lids, and the most severe damage was to pride alone.

    Having mates who will never, ever let the incident completely rest doesn't help either :evil:

    Thread hijack illustrating his degree of poor luck: C (for that is his initial) bought a new bandsaw for his bagpipe-making business. The positioning of the band and safety guards is fractionally different from the old one, and he nicked the back of his hand - the cut (even after surgery) was about 3/4" long and no depth at all, but because it was so well placed it severed the tendon to his middle finger. All better now, but once again he hasn't quite lived it down.

    Some people should not be let out of their padded cells - ever.
     

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