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Generation snowflake? 19:15 - Jan 26 with 1651 viewsbluelagos

Would anyone on here seriously go to A&E for stiches for a small cut like that?



(not a dig at Brett - am sure he's a top bloke an all)

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Generation snowflake? on 19:17 - Jan 26 with 1375 viewsfooters

Probably only cost him $20k in fees.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:19 - Jan 26 with 1363 viewsjeera

I must admit to thinking the same when I saw that image earlier.

14 stitches? Maybe worse than it looks there? Looks like a wipe and small plaster at worst.

I'm sure I've seen far worse from blokes falling off their bikes.

On here for a start!

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Generation snowflake? on 19:22 - Jan 26 with 1345 viewsMattinLondon

It does look like a small cut but it could well be quite deep.
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Generation snowflake? on 19:26 - Jan 26 with 1331 viewsbluelagos

Generation snowflake? on 19:19 - Jan 26 by jeera

I must admit to thinking the same when I saw that image earlier.

14 stitches? Maybe worse than it looks there? Looks like a wipe and small plaster at worst.

I'm sure I've seen far worse from blokes falling off their bikes.

On here for a start!


I was still pulling bits of road out of my elbow three days later

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Generation snowflake? on 19:27 - Jan 26 with 1318 viewsjeera

Generation snowflake? on 19:26 - Jan 26 by bluelagos

I was still pulling bits of road out of my elbow three days later


They were probably still pulling bits of you out of the road tbf.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:30 - Jan 26 with 1306 viewsfactual_blue

That close to the eye? Absolutely.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:32 - Jan 26 with 1288 viewsjeera

Generation snowflake? on 19:30 - Jan 26 by factual_blue

That close to the eye? Absolutely.


On Rocky they just used some Vaseline and cotton bud swabs.

He was ok.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:38 - Jan 26 with 1250 viewsGuthrum

Scalp cuts bleed like bvggery. Also, being right on the eyebrow (a very mobile part of the face), you're going to want something to hold it together while it heals.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:39 - Jan 26 with 1243 viewsfactual_blue

Generation snowflake? on 19:32 - Jan 26 by jeera

On Rocky they just used some Vaseline and cotton bud swabs.

He was ok.


Couldn't arm wrestle the Beat though, could he?

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Generation snowflake? on 19:40 - Jan 26 with 1236 viewsfooters

Generation snowflake? on 19:32 - Jan 26 by jeera

On Rocky they just used some Vaseline and cotton bud swabs.

He was ok.


Superglue's about a couple of quid a tube.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:41 - Jan 26 with 1224 viewsKeno

Generation snowflake? on 19:38 - Jan 26 by Guthrum

Scalp cuts bleed like bvggery. Also, being right on the eyebrow (a very mobile part of the face), you're going to want something to hold it together while it heals.


Does bvggery bleed?

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Generation snowflake? on 19:42 - Jan 26 with 1219 viewsmarkchips

Generation snowflake? on 19:19 - Jan 26 by jeera

I must admit to thinking the same when I saw that image earlier.

14 stitches? Maybe worse than it looks there? Looks like a wipe and small plaster at worst.

I'm sure I've seen far worse from blokes falling off their bikes.

On here for a start!


I immediately thought the same and then wondered whether anyone could genuinely get so excited about town given present circumstances.
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Generation snowflake? on 19:43 - Jan 26 with 1215 viewsjeera

Generation snowflake? on 19:39 - Jan 26 by factual_blue

Couldn't arm wrestle the Beat though, could he?


There's only so much a man like Rocky could achieve.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:44 - Jan 26 with 1205 viewsjeera

Generation snowflake? on 19:42 - Jan 26 by markchips

I immediately thought the same and then wondered whether anyone could genuinely get so excited about town given present circumstances.


He's American though.

They get excited about everything.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:45 - Jan 26 with 1190 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Generation snowflake? on 19:19 - Jan 26 by jeera

I must admit to thinking the same when I saw that image earlier.

14 stitches? Maybe worse than it looks there? Looks like a wipe and small plaster at worst.

I'm sure I've seen far worse from blokes falling off their bikes.

On here for a start!


Some of those 14 would have been internal if it was deep.

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Generation snowflake? on 19:46 - Jan 26 with 1188 viewsBlueBadger

Looks quite deep that. And as others have said, it's a scalp cut.

Although, 14 stitches in that? It was definitely a plastic surgeon did that, your average ED person would glue and/or steri-strip it.
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Generation snowflake? on 19:49 - Jan 26 with 1157 viewsRonFearonsHair

Only after I had flung myself to the floor and rolled over at least twice.
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Generation snowflake? on 19:56 - Jan 26 with 1114 viewsMattinLondon

Generation snowflake? on 19:41 - Jan 26 by Keno

Does bvggery bleed?


Depends how big the invasive organ is….apparently.
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Generation snowflake? on 20:11 - Jan 26 with 1068 viewsbazza

Generation snowflake? on 19:19 - Jan 26 by jeera

I must admit to thinking the same when I saw that image earlier.

14 stitches? Maybe worse than it looks there? Looks like a wipe and small plaster at worst.

I'm sure I've seen far worse from blokes falling off their bikes.

On here for a start!


Pretty sure 2 in the eye, and 12 where he split the arse in his trousers..
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Generation snowflake? on 20:24 - Jan 26 with 1028 viewsfactual_blue

Generation snowflake? on 19:40 - Jan 26 by footers

Superglue's about a couple of quid a tube.


I bet Sprucey would do it for less.

Although it might include products from 'retired' racehorses.

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Generation snowflake? on 20:39 - Jan 26 with 969 viewsjas0999

If I was paying for medical fees - as Americans do - yes.
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Generation snowflake? on 21:01 - Jan 26 with 907 viewsIllinoisblue

Generation snowflake? on 20:39 - Jan 26 by jas0999

If I was paying for medical fees - as Americans do - yes.


You’re not paying fees as such, you’re paying for the insurance to cover those fees. And depending on how good your insurance is and/or how big your deductible is, a large number of Americans couldn’t/wouldn’t go to the emergency room for a relatively minor cut.

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Generation snowflake? on 21:11 - Jan 26 with 885 viewsGeoffSentence

If vast amounts of your wages go into health insurance, you want to get your moneys worth.

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Generation snowflake? on 21:50 - Jan 26 with 802 viewsPinewoodblue

Generation snowflake? on 21:01 - Jan 26 by Illinoisblue

You’re not paying fees as such, you’re paying for the insurance to cover those fees. And depending on how good your insurance is and/or how big your deductible is, a large number of Americans couldn’t/wouldn’t go to the emergency room for a relatively minor cut.


A significant number of Americans won't go the emergency room for something a lot more serious than that.

I can remember an American friend describing, on Facebook, what sounded very much like a heart attack. He only went dozens urged him to. In the end another friend, a nurse, drove him to the Emergency room.

Yes ha had a heart attack and on discharge set up a fundme to help pay for his medication.

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Generation snowflake? on 22:18 - Jan 26 with 764 viewsIllinoisblue

Generation snowflake? on 21:50 - Jan 26 by Pinewoodblue

A significant number of Americans won't go the emergency room for something a lot more serious than that.

I can remember an American friend describing, on Facebook, what sounded very much like a heart attack. He only went dozens urged him to. In the end another friend, a nurse, drove him to the Emergency room.

Yes ha had a heart attack and on discharge set up a fundme to help pay for his medication.


Indeed. It’s a great system for those that can afford it. Whatever you do, Brits, SAVE THE NHS.

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