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Post Reply How do you remove a band-aid?
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in a painting
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Posted 10/14/15
Slowly. Slowly
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It doesn't matter.
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Posted 10/14/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

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.


Do you use velcro?
Posted 10/15/15

Sir_jamesalot wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

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.


Do you use velcro?


I use neither Velcro or laces.
I prefer slip ons or non-enclosed shoes.
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Posted 10/15/15
I just don't use band-aids in the firstplace, my metabolism rocks given I heal from minor cuts and scratches in seconds/minutes, also my metabolism also allows me to eat like 5-6 bowls of ice cream without gaining a gram of weight.
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Posted 10/15/15
I can either feel an immense amount of pain for 60 seconds, or one tenth of a second.

The choice is obvious.
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Posted 10/19/15 , edited 10/19/15
You just take it off.....I don't understand.
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Posted 10/19/15
I pull it off really quick
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Posted 10/19/15
Rip it off. I don't believe in making me suffer.
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Posted 10/19/15
I have someone get a flamethrower and burn it off for me.
Posted 10/19/15
Slow and careful.
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