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Steven Seagal said on March 30th, 2009 at 9:08 am

We’ll be in touch.

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What Steven Seagal means is, “I would be happy to provide you with a bleeding wound of some kind. We’ll be in touch.”

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Steven Seagal said on March 30th, 2009 at 9:36 am

Thanks, I definitely needed you to clarify what I meant.

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We have just gotten a wake-up call from the Nintendo Generation.

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what the hell?

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If I follow your steps for life hacking will I be required to speak in leet? I don’t think saving a few bucks on bandages and insulation is worth dealing with 7h1$ (r4p.

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Sorry, Mr. Seagal.

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lilacsigil said on March 31st, 2009 at 3:41 am

But then the sterilised gauze will stick to your cut and rip the scab right off, slowing healing and sending us all back to the arms of Johnson & Johnson and their corporate products. Are you a Big Corporation Shill in disguise? You need to steal a non-stick dressing from your nearest doctor’s office, THEN use the tape over it.

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Nah, ignore the cotton!

The true cheap (and smart) way to do it is folded toilet paper, then tape. As is said before, cotton sticks to the scap. The toilet paper however is so fragile that once the bleeding has stopped, the parts that have been stuck to it tear away without hurting the scab, leaving a nice secure seal of clotted blood and fiber to seal the wound.

Also, in most cases a disinfectant is not needed if the wound is cleaned first. That’s the important bit. Clean it off under the tap, maybe with a bit of soap as well, dry it off and then apply the paper.

Seriously, this is better than band aids. I never buy band aids anymore…

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Cookie McCool said on March 31st, 2009 at 3:46 pm

What kind of pussy cleans a bleedy wound?

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Thomas Wilde said on March 31st, 2009 at 10:57 pm

Chris, this is just your attempt to develop a Giblets, isn’t it?

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Flapjack rules!

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