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LOL that is why you should always use a gerber! LOL

I shot a staple through my finger putting up paper targets on the M16 range one time.

I did almost burn off my finger prints using some paint stripper to remove the paint from some old models. Should have payed attention to what the main chemical was.
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more of a rant, but I have had 2 slits on my finger and thumb separately, damn nerve clusters meant that i couldn't hold anything properly, and stupidly, I stuck my fingernail into the wound... does citadel superglue work to hold cuts shut?

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Wow you guys are masochists worst Ive ever done was super glue both my hands to a paint station but then again I don't own a knife .


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My wors hobby related thing to heppen so far, nothing really bad, just the usualy small cuts here and there and the must be done SYSE (Superglue-Yourself-To-Something Else ) thing.
Non hobby related, cutting my thumb when oppening a tin can of something, the damn cover was sharp as hell. Cut very deeply.
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glued my front teeth together

don't ask

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i got twin linked kidney stones while i was building a ruined church for 40k, now i cant say with 100% certainty that it was the modeling that caused it, but i lost a days modeling because of it and i was modeling directly before it and after it so im claiming it as a modeling related "illness"

i did clip a nice V in to my hand the other day while clipping bits, superglued it shut.



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Anyone else get the urge to model while drunk? Yeah, that alway leads to good stories, like when I decided to just use a drill instead of a dremmel tool for pinning, except I couldn't even hardly stand up straight, let alone coordinate myself enough to drill a hole in a tiny peice of plastic. End result was a drill bit through that flap of skin between your thumb and forefinger. Good times.

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glued my front teeth together

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o_O Aren't your front teeth already together?
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