Comments: Oops I... did it again.

That whole thing with Eric and his scar makes me shudder. I think its a Mom thing!

A trail of blood?! YIKES!

Posted by Bou at January 17, 2006 11:36 PM

you just can't be trusted with sharp objects, can you?

Posted by Contagion at January 18, 2006 09:08 AM

Super glue is great for "sewing" cuts back together.

My hubbies doctor friend says that is what he uses and what a lot of hopsitals use now.

You should always keep a "sanitary" tube of super glue around for emergencies like that.

Posted by Machelle at January 18, 2006 10:07 AM

.. heh heh... my cut was almost five inches long and 1/2 and inch deep, my Superglue Brother...

.. oh, and don't forget... today is Wednesday...

Posted by Eric at January 18, 2006 01:07 PM

Let's check the score for those of you who may have come in late...

Yellow Handled Case Knife: 1
Guy Who Purchased It As Part Of An Ongoing Gag: 0

Posted by Sarah the Penguin at January 18, 2006 01:49 PM

Well, you shouldn't be hacking yourself up, but at least you do it right when you do.

Posted by That 1 Guy at January 18, 2006 03:55 PM

You failed to mention why you went to run your finger under the water. Hmmmm. Me thinks it went something like. "Go run that under some cold water.) lol You didn't know however, that not only did you leave a bloodtrail from my cubie to the bathroom; I have a spot on a proposal that was on my desk. Nope that's not all. Little splotches on my cubie wall (Since you are okay I have to laugh everytime I see them. Co-workers think I'm cruel to you. lol) I found several spots on my jacket (bounty and water got them out) and still a few dribbles on the floor. You can never undo can you? I'm thinking of a protective suit for you lol. I really like having you around so I have to do something. Have a great night. Love ya, Sis (ME)

Posted by ME at January 18, 2006 11:02 PM

Come on, ME! I put it in quotes, so I get dispensation for not giving you direct credit. Of course, I AM guilty of using them for emphasis, "but that's not important right now".

BTW Tell the customer who gets the proposal that the blood-stains are "free-of-charge!" It'll tell them that "We're willing to shed blood to get this contract". See how I'm alway's giving?


Posted by Johnny - Oh at January 19, 2006 08:52 PM
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