• When you fix the giant cut on your
hand with electrical tape and a dirty
rag then go right back to work.
Youlknow, Im somethingiof a doctor myself
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    • The fucking pit vipers, this is so accurate it hurts
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    • My dad used super glue to 'bandage' his deep cuts.
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    • Blue shop towels and duct tape.
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    • Construction gang wya
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    • Superglue is good for cuts. Makes a strong bond almost instantly.
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    • ngl worked in the plants and this is how you gotta be sometimes, especialy here in the south they dont like when you report small cuts cause saftey comes around and ruins everything
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    • It's what Tape and Glue was made for. Both were made in the Vietnam era to hold wounds close till a field medic could help
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    • Mechanics just rub some grease in it and go back to work
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    • I ain’t takin no drug test smh
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    • my dad sent a nail through the webbing in his hand so he immediately hot glued it together and went on with his day
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    • my place it's the burns. pull the molten plastic off the wound, cleanup the broken flesh, burn gel and a bandaid (or several). some of the guys get sleeve tattoos to mask the scarring
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    • Use super glue if the cut is small enough to close. Will keep bacteria out especially if you’re a cook or mechanic or something
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    • Remind of a time this retard was helping me build a barbed wire fence and he had about 20 feet of brand new wire strung out ready to clip at the top of the T-post. He tried to clip it at the end of the wire instead of the beginning and I said “wait, that could cause a tension break, lemme (1)
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    • Bout time we see some oil field memes
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    • Fuck osha
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    • I use cut gloves, used candy wrappers and thrash to plug up cuts and botched toe jobs
      Nfruits 21 jul
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    • Just use duct tape, the adhesive is strong enough to stop the bleeding and it prevents most things from getting into it
      Nakuto12 21 jul
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    • Story time: I had a place in Arizona that was mainly used for parties and one time at a party I was throwing, my TV got broke and the screen fell out so my dumbest decided to throw the TV screen like a Frisbee into the dumpster well the corner of it sliced into my bicep and I didn't have 1/2
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    • I chainsawed my knee open on the side of a mountain in Afghanistan in ‘09. Gave myself 5 stitches after cleaning it out then got back to work. Great scar story.
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    • Shop towels and electrical tape gang rise up! Superglue if its open wide
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    • Squirt of brake cleaner, oil rag and eleccy tape does the trick
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    • I work part time as a warehouse guy and I can confirm tape and wet rags are the best treatment for most workplace injuries.
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    • I don't care if it's clean, I just don't want to get blood on everything.
      tweb 21 jul
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    • Pour some sanitizer on it if you wanna get fancy
      Sbebe 21 jul
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    • I was here before epicfail8686 was
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    • My step dad is a carpenter and literally cut his thumb off to the point it was hanging on by the skin, patched it up, finished the part he was working on, and then went to the hospital to get it sewed back on. He then went back to work and finished the day.
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    • Super glue
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    • my dad lays asphalt and used to do construction. big, burly hispanic man with a full beard and easily over 350lbs. He came home a week ago and says “i got stabbed” and i ask “what?” and he lifts up his shirt and he’s bleeding from his gut. (1/2)
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    • Fdupmemes pit viper gang
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    • super glue works best for small cuts, larger ones hopefully you have a first aid kit nearby at least in your car or something, either way antibiotic cream and a bandage are best
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    • Toilet paper and duck tape
      Trwump 21 jul
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    • I did that after almost cutting off two fingers on my left hand with a piece of sheet metal
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    • I have a scar across the back of my hand and up to the top of my thumb from when I was working with my step dad when i was around 14 or 15 and I did something he told me not to do he screamed at me and told me he wasn't taking me to get stitches and I was going to learn how to listen so I had (1/2)
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    • About as sk*lled as an 1800's Doctor I guess.
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    • I use crazy glue on my cuts. Seals em right up and they heal in like 2 days
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    • Funny story: a few years ago me and some buddies were chillin in one of their houses, we were in the kitchen together making food and one of them decided the rip on me for having food allergies. I grabbed the closest thing i could reach while giving the most dead stare and i went to hit him with(1)
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    • Flex seal your wounds shut
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    • i’ve super glued my fingers and hands on multiple occasions of me splitting open my hand on a job. stitches isn’t worth it
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    • I used to work in a restaurant, and no matter who it was that hurt themselves, I was usually the person asked the help them. It became so normal that if I left foh to deal with boh chopping off part of their fingers, my boss didn’t bat an eye.
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    • Ohh botched toe, that’s a botched job
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    • Yeah, basically
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    • Clean it with the half empty bottle of jack in your truck then tape her up clean it when you get home and superglue that bitch
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    • I use blue tape to stop the bleeding
      Emiey_ 21 jul
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    • Then you end up losing the hand to infection.
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    • I lost a finger to infection doing that lol
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    • Usually when that happens, the veteran mechanics will tell the new guy to pour break cleaner on it
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    • Getting some burns is one thing, one wrong move and I would straight lose a finger or hand
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    • There's no such thing as getting hurt at work
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    • Did this a week ago and it’s healing just fine!
      westna 24 jul
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    • Duct tape and a paper towel helped hold my thumb together when it got cut kinda bad.
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    • Construction is really like that
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    • Sometimes ya just use electrical tape
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    • Contact adhesive. Stuff holds really well. And stops bleeding
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    • I feel this
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    • Blue collar guys just don’t feel the need to have pain
      Hol_up 24 jul
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    • Just electrical tape for me. Just did it this morning
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    • I actually just cut the shit out of my finger like a half hour ago
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    • Electrical tape and super glue is the way
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    • And eventually wonder why a week later your hands fucked and is in pain
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    • I shot myself in the leg ith a 3 inch nails once and just wrapped it in duct tape and napkins
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    • My grandpa had a deep gash in the leg and took a staple gun and just stapled the shit back together
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    • Probably need stitches but I got shit to do
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    • Look. All Im saying is it works and stays better than normal bandages
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    • No bro you got a super glue that shit, I did that when a scaffold fell on my chin and split it open, half inch cut in my chin. I just super glued it right back up.
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    • That's some hardcore shit right right there.
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    • Super glue and electrical tape. I learned it as a Man-daid
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    • That’s the way to do it, Yupp. But I personally never do it in bigger cuts, I clean that shit and if I have some tape I wrap that shit instead
      Papa_peng 23 jul
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    • You guys use rags?
      kasse0328 23 jul
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    • Need to get back into construction
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    • It builds character
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    • I’m 14 and I’m thinking about become a diagnostician and a mechanical engineer which will take 5 years for a mechanical engineer and 13 years for a diagnostician including residency which means if I go to college right out of high school I won’t finish school until I’m 36 what do you guys think
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    • If it's really bad you gotta get the duct tape.
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    • I just carry a thing of liquid bandage
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    • Cut my finger down to the bone with a bandsaw once. Made sure the finger was still intact, superglue and a bandaid then back to work.
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    • I wouldn't run dirt in it necessarily but napkins and tape works. Like my boss always said "I don't have time to bleed"
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    • I work around so much sheet metal that I'm just use to getting cut
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    • Lol
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    • Hey, I’m a doctor
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    • This happened to my neighbor. He damn near obliterated his foot working on a roof. Because he kept working they didnt give him workers comp. Fucked his back up and did the same shit. Been 7 years since he applied. Still hasnt got it. If it's bad enough go to the hospital
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    • shop towels* or if you’re a chad like me you have a first aid kit in your truck at all times
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    • It’s true. That’s all I got
      whatsapfp 23 jul
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    • I do that but with the millions of napkins I have in my car
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    • I was once told the chemicals in electrical tape helps you heal. I believed that shit for years.
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    • Took a small chunk out of my arm last Friday
      Vogelmann 23 jul
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    • Literally me last Friday
      Vogelmann 23 jul
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    • Reminds me of the time i cut the tip of my finger off and fixed it with masking tape
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    • I straight up scooped a shallow piece of my palm out when drilling out a 4square box. I have a scar about the size of a pencil eraser
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    • Done this so many times ive lost count. Electrical tape is best bandage ever
      ZoidBergg 22 jul
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    • I mean, if it works it works
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    • super glue is wear it at
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    • Thats just avoidimg drug tests 101
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    • He’s not wrong
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    • Surgery is a Gerber mutitool and a bottle of 3molar hydrogen peroxide.
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    • I do this weekly
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    • His immune system is better than all of yall
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