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One summer I burned the back of my calf on the muffler of a motorcycle, it was all melty like the faces at the end of Indiana Jones, took allllll summer to heal. I was running around in shorts with a damn Chachi thing on my leg. I was never all that bright.

 

Just looked at the pics. That'll be a cool scar! but yikes.

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26 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

Well, your photos don't bother me at all, Nashville, except for a cringe at how painful that must be. It's pretty big!

Superficial 2nd degree; maximum pain, but that’s a good thing - means the nerve endings are still alive and kicking, and able to feel.  So long as I keep it clean, dry, and uninfected, it should heal with little or no permanent scarring.  I’ll break down and go to a doctor if it starts hurting extra and/or getting stinky.  :)

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Two things I did learn out of the experience, though:

  1. Already knew this from the scuba, but this reinforced it a little extra - in moments of extremely high stress, I get superanalytical as fuck.  I’d already assessed the situation, made a conscious decision, and was stop/drop/rolling before my sister and her husband had even realized what had happened.  :)
  2. Fuck me being over 50 - there ain’t a DAMN THANG WRONG with my reflexes.  :>
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1 hour ago, OoohMaggie said:

After removing the tip of my finger with a mandolin slicer

Yikes. I saw someone do that on "MasterChef". Now that grosses me out.:(

1 hour ago, Nashville said:

I’ll break down and go to a doctor if it starts hurting extra and/or getting stinky.  :)

Right. Infection is often the more serious concern with burns.

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2 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Right. Infection is often the more serious concern with burns.

Yeah; through a nasty bit of family history, I have more-than-usual familiarity with proper burn wound protocols.

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On 2/4/2019 at 11:01 PM, Mu Shu said:

So has anyone here heard of Adult Nursing Relationships? 

I am not sure where you are going with this.  Would you care to expand on the subject?

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On 2/6/2019 at 10:46 AM, OoohMaggie said:

After removing the tip of my finger with a mandolin slicer, the photo posted on the AMC forum went down well, so yeah let’s have a look.

I thought mandolin slicers had a safety guard to protect fingers?

I remember as a teenager the time when I was using a staple gun and no staples were coming out.  So,, like an  "idgit" I put my finger in front of it and pulled the trigger on the staple gun.  I guess the staple gun wasn't empty after all.   I shot a staple right into my forefinger.    I was bleeding like crazy, so I ran over to a neighbor's house and asked her (a nurse) to pull the staple out.  Well, she was a "Gabby Gerty" yacking on the phone and wouldn't get off the phone until she was done talking.  So, there I was bleeding all over the place until she was done gossiping for a good five minutes.

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43 minutes ago, icemiser69 said:

I am not sure where you are going with this.  Would you care to expand on the subject?

It was proposed to me by my ex this past weekend.  What is my life? Google it, urban dictionary.  What the fuck is Wong with people?? 

Oh, and the new wave oven is phenomenal. You all should get one. 

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2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I thought mandolin slicers had a safety guard to protect fingers?

They have a tool to use to push the veggies down the slicer, but if someone is not thinking or in a hurry they might overlook using it, with unpleasant results.

The cap thing on the left must be used if you wish to keep your fingertips intact:

 

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7 hours ago, Mu Shu said:

It was proposed to me by my ex this past weekend.  

Perchance weird-ass shit like this is one of the reasons your ex is your ex?  ;>

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14 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

but if someone is not thinking or in a hurry

Or is a man, we don’t read instructions, we don’t ask directions and we’re not so stupid as to misjudge the thickness of a pepper!

 

17 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I thought mandolin slicers had a safety guard to protect fingers?

They do, my one’s even bright red so you don’t lose it in the bottom of the drawer.

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I never knew the word final could have such an air of finality about it, I feel quite tearful 😢

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13 hours ago, Mu Shu said:

It was proposed to me by my ex this past weekend.  What is my life? Google it, urban dictionary.  What the fuck is Wong with people?? 

Were diapers involved?  I suppose it Depends. 

On second thought, I don't want to know.

13 hours ago, Mu Shu said:

Oh, and the new wave oven is phenomenal. You all should get one. 

Does the new wave oven use a lot of electricity?

I thought someone else in this thread bought or was gifted a programmable pressure cooker.

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I got the insta-pot which is a programmable pressure cooker thang. I've done some nice things with it but have yet to cook my food in the future with it. (for the superb owl I made pecan smoked wings, tasty but you smell like campfire after)

Oh those mandolin thangs are deadly. People get to the end of their potato/zuchini and take off the cap because you're wasting half a potato and shoom off goes a finger, I've scraped a knuckle or three but never on vegetable guillotine.

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On 2/7/2019 at 9:30 AM, nachomama said:

I got the insta-pot which is a programmable pressure cooker thang. I've done some nice things with it but have yet to cook my food in the future with it. (for the superb owl I made pecan smoked wings, tasty but you smell like campfire after)

Oh those mandolin thangs are deadly. People get to the end of their potato/zuchini and take off the cap because you're wasting half a potato and shoom off goes a finger, I've scraped a knuckle or three but never on vegetable guillotine.

I wondered why you were cooking wings for your owl, but realized the "b" didn't catch up.

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9 hours ago, Iguessnot said:

I wondered why you were cooking wings for your owl, but realized the "b" didn't catch up.

I'm just thrilled at the phrase "Superb Owl." I'm thinking of changing my user name. 

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On 2/7/2019 at 9:30 AM, nachomama said:

I've scraped a knuckle or three but never on vegetable guillotine.

Me too, but with a cheese grater. Frickin' hurts.

Programmable pressure cooker: The future is here.  I remember my mother's. Thing weighed about 50lbs and the steam was nearly enough to blow the roof off.

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3 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Programmable pressure cooker: The future is here.  I remember my mother's. Thing weighed about 50lbs and the steam was nearly enough to blow the roof off.

Ever see one of those old-style pressure cookers crack?  My grandmother’s did once.  Quite the respectable little bomb, it was.

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Ugh, ever gone to a “happy hour” with someone only to find out that the bar was already 3 deep with 20 somethings at 4pm?  And we had to wait for five more fuckers I was not aware we were waiting for to arrive.  Found a quiet spot outside in the 76 degree breezy weather.  Got a headache waiting for the idiots to arrive from no food, and once the idiots strolled in 1.5 hours late, one idiot insisted the entire party of 7 get up and go inside, because her bitch ass is allergic to the outdoors.  Inside is now 4 deep at the bar and restaurant side, and too loud to even hear anyone shouting. 

why do people make their lives difficult by bringing in unpredictable assholes who ruin the damn evening?   I could have been at Southport raw bar having my favorite shrimps with a smaller crowd and less noise.

i just hate when people invite you somewhere and don’t tell you that they also invited multiple other late ass fuckers who will hi jack the night.  

And today my ears are ringing.

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15 hours ago, Nashville said:

FYI - today I just discovered my newest favoritest show, American Gods.

I'm a big fan. Have you read the book? I like that they're developing it slowly. New season in March! 

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On ‎12‎/‎31‎/‎2018 at 9:08 PM, jingles13 said:

''HAPPY NEW YEAR''...EVERYONE!! :)

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Happy Belated New Year, Jingles! Sorry I missed you. Say hi to the gang in the FB group. And, to WT, if you know how to reach her! And, a most Happy New Year to you, OoohMaggie!! Bet you're missing Maggie. And to everyone else! :)

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9 hours ago, Superclam said:

I'm a big fan. Have you read the book? I like that they're developing it slowly. New season in March! 

Didn’t know either the book or the series existed until a couple of weeks ago, when they started running promos for the new season.  The promos did get my curiosity engaged, though, so off to OnDemand I went to check out the first season - and now there goes yet another slice of my free time....  🙂

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I binged "Russian Doll" over the weekend. I liked it although I ended up texting somebody that I feel like I'm living the story, same shit; different day.

I watched season 1 of American Gods, Ian McShane I will follow anywhere, it's weird and wasn't tremendously fond of the ending but I'll attempt to track down season 2.

My mother had the old fashioned pressure cooker, I seem to recall her making chicken and dumplings/noodles in it? although are dumplings noodles? hers was noodles that spread out all over the house, rolled out dough and we got to "help" by slicing the strips or by literally hanging the noodles all over the kitchen and dining room to dry. and I think she called it chicken and dumplings but these were never the poofy biscuit looking things I've seen that are called chicken and dumplings. those too me never cook and they're gummy. blech

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On 2/10/2019 at 1:03 AM, Nashville said:

FYI - today I just discovered my newest favoritest show, American Gods.

I started watching that series when it first began and then dropped it.

If there was any animal violence in it, that was probably the reason.

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5 hours ago, nachomama said:

My mother had the old fashioned pressure cooker, I seem to recall her making chicken and dumplings/noodles in it? although are dumplings noodles? hers was noodles that spread out all over the house, rolled out dough and we got to "help" by slicing the strips or by literally hanging the noodles all over the kitchen and dining room to dry. and I think she called it chicken and dumplings but these were never the poofy biscuit looking things I've seen that are called chicken and dumplings. those too me never cook and they're gummy. blech

My father used to have something like that.  It might have been a pressure canner.  You had to screw down the lid in several spots around the lid.

I have a pretty horrible memory of my father making some grape jelly and using my mother's old white stockings for straining purposes.  I think he was straining out the grape skin and seeds.

My mother had gotten this pretty horrible stew recipe that had kale in it.  It was so bad, no one could choke it down.  I think one of my siblings had to bury it in the backyard.  We didn't have a garbage disposal. 

Just thinking back about everything that went on in my childhood.  Yikes.

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5 hours ago, nachomama said:

I think she called it chicken and dumplings but these were never the poofy biscuit looking things I've seen that are called chicken and dumplings. those too me never cook and they're gummy. blech

I think those were made out of Bisquick, and yes the centers of the dumplings were often doughy (gummy).   I don't know if cooking them longer would help or not.  It might be one of those situations where if you cook them long enough for the centers to be fully cooked, the outsides are like rubber.  Of course, maybe the problem could be solved by making smaller dumplings.

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The most horrendous thing my mother ever made was "egg bread", I guess she was on a diet and basically you whip up some egg whites into a meringue and then I don't know what you add to make it bread rather than meringue, but dear lord in heaven it was grody to the max. and this is saying something because when I think back on some of the crap we used to eat.

A "fun" treat was bologna pizza, yes you heard that right. bologna was your "crust" and you put some ketchup on it, cheese and olives and pepperoni or whatever your toppings might be. We made faces etc. but people, it was bologna...wtf?

My mother was very midwestern, from Iowa so a casserole was her friend. She also did stuffed peppers and cabbage rolls which were disgusting. She made something with rice, cream of something soup (celery or chicken) it had ham, green chiles (you could probably throw in whatever leftover vegetable you had, broccoli, corn or carrots) and your "wow" moment was that it was topped with sliced cheese (not shredded, good lord, not a product made from nature) the god awful plastic wrapped cheese so that when you baked it, it had a nice brown cheese toast crust on it. she called it "strip cheeser casserole".

Butter was called "oleo" in our house that would be the first margarine product before it became marketed as margarine. JUST SO YOU KNOW I AINT THAT FRIKKIN OLD, MY MOTHER WAS!

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2 hours ago, nachomama said:

The most horrendous thing my mother ever made was "egg bread", I guess she was on a diet and basically you whip up some egg whites into a meringue and then I don't know what you add to make it bread rather than meringue, but dear lord in heaven it was grody to the max. and this is saying something because when I think back on some of the crap we used to eat.

A "fun" treat was bologna pizza, yes you heard that right. bologna was your "crust" and you put some ketchup on it, cheese and olives and pepperoni or whatever your toppings might be. We made faces etc. but people, it was bologna...wtf?

My mother was very midwestern, from Iowa so a casserole was her friend. She also did stuffed peppers and cabbage rolls which were disgusting. She made something with rice, cream of something soup (celery or chicken) it had ham, green chiles (you could probably throw in whatever leftover vegetable you had, broccoli, corn or carrots) and your "wow" moment was that it was topped with sliced cheese (not shredded, good lord, not a product made from nature) the god awful plastic wrapped cheese so that when you baked it, it had a nice brown cheese toast crust on it. she called it "strip cheeser casserole".

Butter was called "oleo" in our house that would be the first margarine product before it became marketed as margarine. JUST SO YOU KNOW I AINT THAT FRIKKIN OLD, MY MOTHER WAS!

I think your mother and my mother may have been related - in a spiritually thrifty sense, at least.  😄

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4 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

My mother had gotten this pretty horrible stew recipe that had kale in it.  It was so bad, no one could choke it down.  I think one of my siblings had to bury it in the backyard.  We didn't have a garbage disposal. 

I actually LOLd at this. 

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13 hours ago, nachomama said:

My mother had the old fashioned pressure cooker, I seem to recall her making chicken and dumplings/noodles in it?

OH, my mother made  stew with dumplings in the pressure cooker and yes, made with Bisquick.  I loved that.

Our big treat was getting pickle and bologna sandwiches. No bread, just take sweet bread'n butter pickles, place on slice of bologna and roll it up. I loved that too.

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Rude, did you bring one for all of us? How are your festering wounds?

My mother made peanut butter and mayo sandwiches...please, rub your eyes like the cartoons, because it does say peanut butter and mayo. Miracle whip actually. I did not partake in these. We were an oleo and miracle whip household and neither of those things exist in my home today.

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19 hours ago, Superclam said:

I actually LOLd at this.

I don't care if kale is considered a superfood.  To me, it is gag worthy.  That stew did indeed look and pretty much taste like a swamp.  Not that I know what swamp taste like.  But if I did taste a swamp, I would imagine it would be pretty similar to that stew.

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15 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

OH, my mother made  stew with dumplings in the pressure cooker and yes, made with Bisquick.  I loved that.

Bisquick was/is good for a lot of things.  My  mom used it for dumplings.  She made it on the stove.

My dad used Bisquick for pancakes and waffles.  There is nothing better than freshly made Belgian waffles with real Vermont maple syrup.  I have no interest in toaster shingles (waffles).

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13 hours ago, Nashville said:

Oh - did I mention I got a new toy a couple of weeks or so back?  😆

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That is totally awesome.  I like the color.

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8 hours ago, nachomama said:

My mother made peanut butter and mayo sandwiches.

No biggie. My brother and I got - as a special treat after our Sunday night baths - a mayonnaise sandwich. Just mayo, on really soft white bread. I recall how we loved it. Oh, another treat was being given the bag of white margarine with the little dot of orange stuff in the middle and being allowed to squeeze it until the nasty, lardy marge turned yellow and we could pretend it was butter. I still remember the crackle as we squeezed the bag.

2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

Bisquick was/is good for a lot of things. 

I still use it for making things like banana bread.

15 hours ago, Nashville said:

Oh - did I mention I got a new toy a couple of weeks or so back?

Damn, that is cute and sweet! Just what I need for the 4-foot snow drifts here.

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14 hours ago, nachomama said:

Rude, did you bring one for all of us?

Nope!  😄

14 hours ago, nachomama said:

How are your festering wounds?

Healing well, and getting itchier than hell.

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8 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

That is totally awesome.  I like the color.

I’m kinda loving it myself. I’m thinking of getting a 4’ stuffed banana, putting a Bob Marley wig and hat on it, and strapping it into the passenger seat so we can cruise the HOV lanes. 😄

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I recall a show I watched once, I swear it was Australian Pippi Longstocking and she rode her horse to school and they made fun of her and then they made fun of her lunch which was a mayo sandwich and they took the bread and smeared the mayo all over the floor. The mayo sandwich always stood out for me, I can't stand the image of mayo being squished. Like in a commercial they show puttin the top slice of bread on a sandwich or a burger and they smoosh it down and cheese and mayo ooze out. The ooze gives me the heebie jeebies. I can have mayo on a sandwich (never Miracle whip people, please let's be real) I just can't look at it or have it ooze at me.

The bag of margarine is a new one on me.

Anybody remember Monkey blood? those merthiolate swabs that you would crack the little hourglass doohicky and it was orange and burned like mofo? I used to love to crack the little vial. It's possible that my mother once found the first aid kit and all the monkey blood was already cracked and she had to assume one of the little children dropped it bringing it to the scene of a 3 bike pile up.

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2 hours ago, nachomama said:

The bag of margarine is a new one on me.

Until not that long ago the dairy board here decreed there was to be no yellow margarine sold, the reasoning being that we idiots wouldn't be able to tell the difference between butter and margarine if the marge was yellow too and might buy marge when we really wanted butter. Hence, the marge had to be sold lard-white, with the little tabs of food colouring to turn it yellow.

2 hours ago, nachomama said:

I can't stand the image of mayo being squished

You must have hated the commercial of the guy in the restaurant ordering a sandwich and when the waitress brings it he looks at it and says, "I didn't want mayo" so she takes the top slice of bread, scrapes off the mayo on the edge of the table then slaps the bread back on his sandwich. I recall that because I thought at the time, "Omg, that's the kind of waitress I would be."  Lucky I never had to deal with the public. Lucky for them, I  mean.

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oh heavens yes! when something squicks me out I have to grab my neck so I would be all squirmy holding my neck. doesn't matter where or what, the heebie jeebie feeling always makes me grab my neck. If I'm watching an old timey movie and they gotta cut off somebody's leg with a bone saw, they never show it but you hear the bone saw sounds....it aint my leg that hurts, it's my neck.

My mother used to love a commercial for mustard where a little boy climbs on a chair to make himself a sammich. And he's singing "you are my sunshine" while slathering mustard on his bread then he just eats a mustard sandwich. My mother just loooooooved that kid thought he was soooooo cute. Omg I hated it.

Since we are going back in time, I just wanna tell ya I got a date with Lloyd Dobbler. John Cusack is doing some kind of tour where he shows either "Say Anything" or "high fidelity" and then there's a talk afterward. Even though I saw Diane Court sucked and he should have ended up with Corey

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14 hours ago, Nashville said:

I’m kinda loving it myself. I’m thinking of getting a 4’ stuffed banana, putting a Bob Marley wig and hat on it, and strapping it into the passenger seat so we can cruise the HOV lanes. 😄

You could always ride along with The Banana Splits.

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6 hours ago, nachomama said:

The bag of margarine is a new one on me.

I am not sure where this is from.  I might be taking the comment in a totally different direction.

In the old days, margarine used to be available in a squirt bottle.  I forget what it was called.  One of my friends used to use it all the time on his grilled cheese sandwiches that he used to make using Velveeta cheese.

He used one of those table top one sandwich grilling appliances that cook both sides at the same time. 

He also had that appliance that electrocutes hotdogs (the Hotdogger?).  IIRC, it had metal prongs on each side to stick in the ends of a hotdog.  The unit cooked a whole bunch of hotdogs at one time.

Long ago, my father told me the story about the Ronco Veg-O-Matic slicer our family had.   I guess in the commercial, it showed them slicing a tomato.  My father tried to do that and it didn't work out well at all.  The kitchen looked like a crime season with squished tomato sprayed all over the place.  That thing was awesome for cutting root vegetables as well as summer squash.

I miss a lot of foods and candy that no longer exist. 

Anyone remember Giggle Noodle soup?

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We had the squeeze bottle of liquid margarine too.

We had the snoopy snow cone maker, sure it would make you a snow cone, if you could wait until february to get it. Lord that sucker took frikkin forever.

I used to love candy cigarettes, ha! kinda minty. I've tried some of the gum like blackjack etc that has gone out of existence. there's some retro candy company that still makes some of it. they make mary janes (peanut buttery chew things) chick-o-stick ( pre curser to a butter finger, no chocolate on the outside) necco wafers. I didn't really have those in my childhood but there was something cherry, like a taffy or something that I can distinctly remember the taste of. Loved it! can't find it. It isn't the super tart cherry laffy taffy or whatever nowadays, the closest I've come is tootsie rolls in cherry flavor.

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6 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

grilled cheese sandwiches that he used to make using Velveeta cheese.

To this day, that is one of my favorite things. Now that I' mature, I class it up with cheese nachos on the side.

Who remembers McIntosh taffy, candy sponges and spaceships? Really when I think of the sponges and taffy I don't know how any of us kids left childhood with teeth intact. We also used to break off icicles outside and eat them like suckers. Imagine, with all those germs yet we survived somehow.

10 hours ago, nachomama said:

If I'm watching an old timey movie and they gotta cut off somebody's leg with a bone saw, they never show it but you hear the bone saw sounds....it aint my leg that hurts, it's my neck.

That's the way I feel about any scenes involving teeth-pulling/breaking or anything to do with eyeballs. To this day I never watched the moment when Tony Soprano gave Coco the curb stomp. Makes my stomach clench just thinking about it.

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17 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

That's the way I feel about any scenes involving teeth-pulling/breaking or anything to do with eyeballs. To this day I never watched the moment when Tony Soprano gave Coco the curb stomp. Makes my stomach clench just thinking about it.

Ever see Marathon Man, with Dustin Hoffman?  I saw it as a teen, and the “interrogation scene” in that movie reinforced a phobia about dentists I didn’t shake until I was in my thirties.

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1 hour ago, Nashville said:

Ever see Marathon Man, with Dustin Hoffman?

OH, god, that's exactly what I was thinking about, but couldn't remember the title. I didn't see much of the scene because I had to stop watching the movie right there, yet it stays with me still.  Combined two of my biggest "icks" - torture AND tooth stuff. The stuff of nightmares for me.

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10 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Who remembers McIntosh taffy, candy sponges and spaceships? Really when I think of the sponges and taffy I don't know how any of us kids left childhood with teeth intact. We also used to break off icicles outside and eat them like suckers. Imagine, with all those germs yet we survived somehow.

Remember Pixie Sticks? They didn't even try to hide the fact that they were just sugar with a little color and sour added in. Same thing with those pouches of sugar that came with a hard candy paddle to slurp it up with. 

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This christmas I found pixie stix candy canes! Hollow candy canes, cherry flavor, and then inside was the pixie dust. I was going to take them to work for sheer omg factor but then I thought of sticky fingers on keyboards.

Remember on Breakfast Club, Ally Sheedy sprinkled pixie sticks on her sandwich? She took the meat off, there was mayo (blergh) I think captain crunch, something unidentifiable and topped it off with the pixie stick and smashed it.

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