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    I cut my nose on a cling wrap box once. It was stored at eye level in my pantry and somehow I managed to injure myself.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilicious View Post
    I cut my nose on a cling wrap box once. It was stored at eye level in my pantry and somehow I managed to injure myself.


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    I have done the same thing :-( but I also fell down a pub's open beer cellar once, so I'm kind of renowned for these clever little accidents :-)

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    Not at home, but I used to work in the deli section at woollies as a teenager and I sliced down to the bone on my thumb while using the deli meat slicer. Blood everywhere..not the nicest start at 6am on a Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I have done the same thing :-( but I also fell down a pub's open beer cellar once, so I'm kind of renowned for these clever little accidents :-)
    I thought I was the only one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    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 :-/
    I did that when I was a teenager. Think I had the guard on but the potatoes were really hard to push through. I ended up fainting, getting sutures and spent the night in hospital. I now have an irrational fear of those devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I have done the same thing :-( but I also fell down a pub's open beer cellar once, so I'm kind of renowned for these clever little accidents :-)
    lol.. I fell down an entire flight of stairs at Fright Night at Liverpool in Sydney whilst wearing a rubber bum and holding a jug of putrid house wine that I was halfway through! Didn't spill a drop.

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    My most recent mishap was a soup burn.. I still can't believe how bad that hurt, it bubbled my skin so quickly!

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    Cut into the tip of my finger cutting cheese - lots of blood. Cut deep into thumb trying to stupidly cut a frozen orange with a cerated knife - not my smartest idea!

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    Making baby food. I started wiping the blade of the stick blender with my finger and pressed the on button without thinking. Blood everywhere! Called the neighbour and her husband ran straight over to my aid

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    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.
    Just another reason not to eat avocado.

    I was using my mandolin/vege slicer thing (without the guard) and jammed my thumb into the julienne blades. Eeesh. My doctor just looked at me like "why??".


 

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