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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by geogunn, Aug 29, 2004.
I had a little boo-boo yesterday.
it is fairly obvious who lost.
Geo, being fron TN also you may have heard the ole timers say this before.Put a coal oil rag on it
isn't that the nastiest feeling with clippings all over your shins? i hate that.
forget about pants, what about some boots my friend?! safety 101...
is that a burn or a scrape?
If you can't find a coal oil rag try WD-40. it'll take the sting out of that wound immediately!
Hey Geo, were you trimming a hillside and got too close to your feet? I have a similar wound like that from last year. Trimmer line smarts....yeeouch!!
your post count really jumped these last few days... that's more like it. good to see it looks like you're back in control.
Ouch time for a fiew beers and a couple of shots. That will help take away the sting.
Thats a bigger wound than Kerry's you need a purple heart LOL.
OMG! I never thought of it like that!!! you are right! and it was even self inflicted too!!!
actually what happened I was trimming up to a gate and trying to get it unlatched to go through.
they had stretch cord on the other side and I was trying to get it unhooked and apparently from that point I had a momentary lapse of reason!
I was kinda relieved when I looked down and saw it was the trimmer trying to chop off my leg instead of a copperhead chewing on me or yellow jackets heading north!
and when I got home, the spousal unit was all over me about it...... nag-nag-nag!
I just had to remind her about the "hedge trimmer thing" and she was glad there weren't metal blades attached. LOL!
I hate to admit but I caught my wifes heel with the string trimmer line one day while walking behind her. She had pants on and I think it stung me more than it did her but that string can do a number. I was idling at the time too.
I have been in EMS for 19 years and I can't ever remember the coal oil rag or the WD-40 anywhere in the annals of modern emergency medicine. I guess this site is educational in more than one way.
my gosh, are you ok oh my.