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    That's good news that it wasn't that deep. You must have gotten a little rotation on the blade for it to cut that wide. Gotta love pain receptors and the withdraw reflex, or just imagine what we'd do once we got going!

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    One thing I've learned from razor cuts.... They bleed like the devil!!

    I've mangled myself in most every way imaginable, even to the point of having cut off 2 finger and had them re-attached.

    Nothing bleeds like a friggin razor cut...
    ​-- Any day I get out of bed, and the first thing out of my mouth is not a groan, that's going to be a good day --

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    Hello Hammer,
    Along with the bleeding there was a new pain. I have had many cuts over the years from a plethora of objects but none of them produced the acute pain associated with this little wound. When I was asked to describe the pain I found myself at a loss for words, which is rare.
    The wound is healing nicely but alas, I fear there won't be much of a scar. The needlepoint work was quality and I have taken good care of the wound to ensure it didn't get infected. I'll post follow-up pictures after the sutures are removed this coming Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unit View Post
    Yes, but technique/angle was the cause. The point really has not given me much problem.

    I have much to learn...sometimes one cut fails to teach the lesson adequately
    So true...

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    Ok, the wife got a little close, but the cool thing about this pic, is the new cut is directly below an older scar. The old scar is at a different angle, but there's something about that spot around my jawline that just attracts the cuts.

    Oh well, not the first, won't be the last! LOL.

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    I have one cut scar. Amazing how long they stay! Thankfully, these days, I must look at this thread to see a cut. Thanks for the memories! I hope to not join you again!
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    Mike, is that a cut from a spike? Dr. Suess would want to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roughkype View Post
    Mike, is that a cut from a spike? Dr. Suess would want to know.
    The doctor went out on a fine summer day,
    to have himself shaved in an old-fashioned way.
    In the chair he laid back, his face all a lather,
    when his wife burst through the door saying "Stop! I would rather..."
    "...that you please reconsider this obsession, this hobby
    and now won't you join me out there in the lobby?"
    She looked back at the barber, relief in her eyes
    "He's an honest good man, and we all know he tries,
    but his honing is dodgy and his stropping quite useless
    and by cutting you Doc, he could render us Seussless!"
    Seuss returned home, his chin rough and stubbly
    as his wife poured them both celebratory bubbly.
    As the champers was downed and another was poured
    Dr. Seuss felt like one who'd escaped from the sword.
    His mind it was racing, and he started to think,
    of the points that had turned his lather to pink.
    There were dreadnaughts and roundeds, with notches, without,
    but the one that was worst, he hadn't a doubt,
    the one that caused him the greatest of fears,
    was the one that always nicked his two bloodied ears.
    He knew they sliced him, like they cut all his brothers,
    "But what" the Doc thought "about all the others?"
    The thought of those points gave his voice quavers,
    as he mused on the blood shed by his fellow wet shavers.
    And so, Mr. Mike, the question remains,
    was it really a spike that caused you such pains?

    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
    This was and still is my favorite combination; beautiful, original, and worn.
    -Neil Young

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    Holy cow, a thousand thanks for this brilliant contribution! You are a truly gifted man, and thank you for sending me to sleep with the grin left over from a full belly laugh.
    "These aren't the droids you're looking for." "These aren't the droids we're looking for." "He can go about his business." "You can go about your business."

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    This thread Further drives my desire to learn how to suture SWMBO is a nurse but thinks me having skill could be dangerous lol

    Sadly, (or perhaps not), only one bite to left ear from a big ole W&B in the 6 months I've been using a straight. No pics were grabbed.
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