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Infiltration Forums > Private Boards Index > Knife and Tool Forum > Knife accident = No UE for a while :((Viewed 2300 times)
insanedArk location:
GTA
 
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Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
< on 8/1/2007 11:14 PM >
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The title says it all.

About 3 weeks ago I was cutting some rope with my new Gerber knife, extremely sharp (clip point for skinning animals) when my hand slipped and I cut right into my middle finger on my left hand. The cut went from the lower side to the top of the nail. It even went about 3.5mm into my nail. This really pissed me off because I use knives alot for fishing and stuff but I've never managed to injure myself like that. I got 8 stitches and I won't be able to go draining or climb fences for a couple of weeks, since I don't want to mess up my finger.

No trespassing for another week. But at the same time, maybe its a good thing? Who knows, if I hadn't cut myself, I would probably be stuck in a drain right now, running from CHUD's, rabid raccoons, and the homeless drunks...





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Blackbird location:
Nova Scotia, Canada
 
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 1 on 12/9/2007 3:18 AM >
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I was sharpening a hunting knife one time and cut myself. 15 minutes after I finished I saw my fingers were bleeding; somehow I didn't notice when cut my fingertips off.



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Watch Strap location:
Bedford, Nova Scotia
 
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 2 on 12/16/2007 5:03 PM >
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I cut myself on a large slot-head screwdriver when if was cleaning caked on stuff (grease, mud, and other things mixed together) off the underside of my 1981 pickup. I slipped and drove the screwdriver into my palm, I had to get 7 stiches and couldn't use my left properly hand for months.



kjohnnytarr location:
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 3 on 12/16/2007 8:01 PM >
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I have a scar from my first pocketknife. I was a stupid kid.

Having a busted hand sucks though. A friend of mine (over the course of this fall and winter) has sliced his fingers half-off with a beer bottle, dropped a VW bus on those same fingers in a jack-accident, and then broken the thumb of that hand in a bike crash. Bummer.



It seemed like a good idea at the time...
Watch Strap location:
Bedford, Nova Scotia
 
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 4 on 12/16/2007 9:45 PM >
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That's really tough luck, I guess he wasn't carrying his rabbit's foot.



kjohnnytarr location:
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 5 on 12/17/2007 4:21 AM >
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Posted by Watch Strap
That's really tough luck, I guess he wasn't carrying his rabbit's foot.


Of course, rabbits feet can't be that lucky; just look at the rabbit





It seemed like a good idea at the time...
Olaf location:
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Re: Knife accident = No UE for a while :(
<Reply # 6 on 8/6/2008 8:14 AM >
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Be glad you didn't cause nerve damage or cut the damn thing off.



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