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    Default Kitchen mishaps!

    Since the grated carrots for tonight's dinner just gained that tasty fresh flesh flavour, I thought I would turn to Bub Hub to make me feel better about my wound! What's your worse mishap in the kitchen?

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    I cut the palm of my hand almost through to the tendons when removing an avocado stone once. There was so much blood I even took a photo for posterity.

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    I took a chunk of skin off the tip of my pinky finger with a potato peeler while peeling potatoes. I thought it was never going to stop bleeding! I hate peeling potatoes 😠

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    I was recently chopping an onion and telling DF how much I loved my new super sharp knives when I chopped the end of my thumb off - through the nail and all. So much blood! Trip to hospital for me!

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    I sliced a perfect little disc of skin off my finger while using a mandolin without the little thing that stops your hand from hitting the blade :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    I was recently chopping an onion and telling DF how much I loved my new super sharp knives when I chopped the end of my thumb off - through the nail and all. So much blood! Trip to hospital for me!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jvfd89TVYys

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    Hm I have a habit of picking up toasters to wipe under them by grasping them by the slots..even when they are hot admittedly the first time it happened I *had* just put the toaster away using the same method and my dad came in and used it and left it on the bench, I was like I just put that away picked it up again and yep, burnt my hand.

    I've cut my thumb using a serrated knife to cut a bottle to make a funnel, cut the tip of my finger off chopping stuff at work.

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    Not an injury, but just as messy. My DH shook the tomato sauce squeeze bottle not realising the top was in open mode. Sauce flew everywhere in the kitchen! Looked like a crime scene lol. Cleaning up was not fun.

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    My mum bandsawed off the cheek of her thumb when we were little lucky they were able to reattach it.

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    Yup another person who has sliced themselves chopping capscium for dinner. The disappointing part was it was the night before DH's birthday and I was rushing dinner so I could start making a peanut butter and chocolate cheesecake. Instead spent 2.5 hours in hospital and then rushing the cheesecake!


 

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