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« Reply #30 on: April 10, 2018, 06:19:09 PM »

Good to hear Andy whites injury wasn’t as bad as first feared, still sounds painful though. Ice bath and a swim Thursday for training by the sounds of things

It's actually not that bad. My friend hit me in the face with a squash racket and split my eyelid.

Once's it's patched up it's fine, and it heals quite quickly. If you pinch your eyelid you'll notice it's not very painful.
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« Reply #31 on: April 10, 2018, 06:29:15 PM »

Good to hear Andy whites injury wasn’t as bad as first feared, still sounds painful though. Ice bath and a swim Thursday for training by the sounds of things

It's actually not that bad. My friend hit me in the face with a squash racket and split my eyelid.

Once's it's patched up it's fine, and it heals quite quickly. If you pinch your eyelid you'll notice it's not very painful.

Ah many thanks for the info! And for providing the winner of the 20017/18 most middle class post of the year 😀
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« Reply #32 on: April 10, 2018, 06:43:28 PM »

Good to hear Andy whites injury wasn’t as bad as first feared, still sounds painful though. Ice bath and a swim Thursday for training by the sounds of things

It's actually not that bad. My friend hit me in the face with a squash racket and split my eyelid.

Once's it's patched up it's fine, and it heals quite quickly. If you pinch your eyelid you'll notice it's not very painful.

Ah many thanks for the info! And for providing the winner of the 20017/18 most middle class post of the year 😀
Just on my way to A&E after pinching my eyelid with a peg. Am I able to sue?
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« Reply #33 on: April 10, 2018, 07:16:43 PM »

Good to hear Andy whites injury wasn’t as bad as first feared, still sounds painful though. Ice bath and a swim Thursday for training by the sounds of things

It's actually not that bad. My friend hit me in the face with a squash racket and split my eyelid.

Once's it's patched up it's fine, and it heals quite quickly. If you pinch your eyelid you'll notice it's not very painful.

Ah many thanks for the info! And for providing the winner of the 20017/18 most middle class post of the year 😀

There's a few weeks left yet, I've every faith Jimmy can top it.
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« Reply #34 on: April 10, 2018, 07:22:41 PM »

Good to hear Andy whites injury wasn’t as bad as first feared, still sounds painful though. Ice bath and a swim Thursday for training by the sounds of things

It's actually not that bad. My friend hit me in the face with a squash racket and split my eyelid.

Once's it's patched up it's fine, and it heals quite quickly. If you pinch your eyelid you'll notice it's not very painful.

Ah many thanks for the info! And for providing the winner of the 20017/18 most middle class post of the year 😀
Just on my way to A&E after pinching my eyelid with a peg. Am I able to sue?


Should have practiced first on elbow skin or scrote skin - same thing - no nerves
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« Reply #35 on: April 10, 2018, 08:50:18 PM »

Should have practiced first on elbow skin or scrote skin - same thing - no nerves

I've always thought that Rumpledscroteskin would make an excellent fairy tale character. I am potentially willing to bow to superior scrotal knowledge, but I'm fairly sure the scrotum skin does contain nerves.......now where did I put those crocodile clips? I'm going in....all in the name of medical science you understand.
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« Reply #36 on: April 10, 2018, 09:57:28 PM »

Should have practiced first on elbow skin or scrote skin - same thing - no nerves

I've always thought that Rumpledscroteskin would make an excellent fairy tale character. I am potentially willing to bow to superior scrotal knowledge, but I'm fairly sure the scrotum skin does contain nerves.......now where did I put those crocodile clips? I'm going in....all in the name of medical science you understand.

They won't be crocodile tears  Grin
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