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How do you remove a band-aid?
Posted 10/12/15
They're either too sticky or nowhere near enough.
Posted 10/12/15
Slow and carefully
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19 / F / Portland
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Posted 10/13/15
Fast as I can o__o
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Posted 10/13/15
Slowly ><
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25 / M / Virginia,USA
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Posted 10/13/15
soak in water peel slowly
Posted 10/13/15
Politely ask it to leave.
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F / Colorado
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Posted 10/13/15
Fast.
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Posted 10/13/15
Really fast while crying
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21 / F / USA
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Posted 10/13/15
My rabbit always takes them off when he sees me wearing one. I used to try to stop him but he is very persistent.
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Posted 10/13/15
I just wait until it slowly falls off by it self over the course of a couple days
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28 / M / St.Louis
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Posted 10/13/15
Yes
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Posted 10/13/15
As fast as possible, that stuff hurts.
Posted 10/13/15
Fast.
Posted 10/14/15
I'm surprised nobody mentioned iodine.
Posted 10/14/15
Will die if your next poll is: "How do you tie a shoelace".

In answer to the question, I scratch the end bits... then peel it off quickly. Sometimes I squeeze the healed wounds... because I'm bored. Or I scratch the black bits on my skin from the adhesive.
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