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Old 21 December 2012, 15:55   #11
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Happened to me this year, result tooth out then within a week root canal at the other side to sort out more pain !!!!!!!!
I'm still eating too much chocolate.
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Old 21 December 2012, 15:59   #12
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Game on yaaaaaaaaas lets go for it
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Old 21 December 2012, 16:06   #13
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I av a pal that drilled a hole in his hand does that count
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Old 21 December 2012, 16:09   #14
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an easy out bolt extraction thread would be cool
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Big advocate of self-surgery

A couple of years ago I dislocated two fingers on my left hand. I had a big Movano back then and slammed my hand in the side loading door. I know, idiot... Drove home being a squinny, asked the girlfriend to snap them back in and she said no! Unbelievable! Ended up running them under cold water and doing it myself. Since then, there's been no stopping me!

Last one was a metal splinter in my hand (skin's a bit hard, so I didn't realise) and it had healed over. Big ugly lump - chopped it open and squeezed it out with a load of other junk. Job's a good un!
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Old 21 December 2012, 16:23   #16
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A couple of years ago Job's a good un!
Um no guys ... stricly wasting your boat only please
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Old 21 December 2012, 16:34   #17
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hahaha, ok then (spoilsport! )
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Um no guys ... stricly wasting your boat only please [/QUOTE]

Um we're to professional to bugget our boats up
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Old 21 December 2012, 18:47   #19
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Big advocate of self-surgery

A couple of years ago I dislocated two fingers on my left hand. I had a big Movano back then and slammed my hand in the side loading door. I know, idiot... Drove home being a squinny, asked the girlfriend to snap them back in and she said no! Unbelievable! Ended up running them under cold water and doing it myself. Since then, there's been no stopping me!

Last one was a metal splinter in my hand (skin's a bit hard, so I didn't realise) and it had healed over. Big ugly lump - chopped it open and squeezed it out with a load of other junk. Job's a good un!
I am as well, especially when the local medics don't give a lot of confidence, a few years ago on a military dive exped to the Faroes and had something very pussie in the bottom of my foot.
The RN medic took one look and said you have very dirty feet, I replied somthing about living on the side of a rainy hill in a tent for two weeks.

As he didn't seem interested I took to cutting it open on a pier and waashing it in the sea. it did the trick ok
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