23rd of February, 2015 (Monday)

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"Would you believe he's from New Zealand?"

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23rd of February, 2015 (Monday)
A friend of mine is helping me make a comic (doing all the hard work). The protagonists goal is to get to New Zealand for the first half.
The glass didn't live up to the hype : (
Anyways, Alex is suspicious of them : )
sooo disappointed with the glass
@SporNightReloaded you mean Ash?
wow, nice burn . need some burn creme for that Charlie?
You're weird too. What's your point, Ash? :P
And they really don't know what that's all about, besides some cryptic warning about Charlie being in danger and supposedly safer living with his future self, although gunman puts the safety of this 'safehouse' into question.
Well, it's a good thing he's already going for the first aid kit.
Stitches seem to be needed. That's a pretty wide cut. can't wait to see the conclusion of this incident.
See? DMAN agrees with me! Though, if it's not deep... Maybe a bandage would work (gauze and medical tape type), but it would scar pretty bad. I guess a scar wouldn't matter too much though, as it's on the bottom of her foot.
I'm still in support of stitches, though.
Experience of ouch
Re NotADoctor - when my finger was fairly well shredded the hospital didn't use stitches and now everything is fine except some white lines and there is about 2-3mm less flesh covering the bone at the tip so it's more sensitive.
Due to the constant flexing of the hands and feet they avoid stitches in those areas. They would just pad it and wrap it. The same for broken bones that should heal in the right position if left alone (like my heel).
Deof Movestofca
She says "weird" like it's a bad thing. =OP
I once got slammed in the chin pretty hard with this wooden tube kinda thing. It was bleeding a lot and was pretty wide but I didn't need stitches. They did put some weird sort of glue stuff and gauze over it though.
24th of February, 2015 (Tuesday)
Sometimes doctors glue a cut together instead of stitches if it's not super serious and there's a high possibility of stitches ripping out. Superglue actually works fairly well for that sort of thing. I do think Ash's cut is a little too serious for that type of first aid though.
11th of June, 2015 (Thursday)
@Yochanon Give us a URL, I'll give it a look.
1st of July, 2015 (Wednesday)
blood splatterd socks check, one time nail in foot (I have done that trust me there was blood) , now ash glass in foot. I have also done that again lost of blood....and what the heck is wrong with me...;p
9th of August, 2015 (Sunday)
Didn't notice the 'thud' till now... busted!

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