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Skin cut, slight bleeding, stingy - will there be a scar?!?! Watch

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    Please, I was walking really fast past ths sharp screw driver sticking out of a door(for some reason) and it peeled of like 6 cm of skin!! I haven't done anything to it and I just let it bleed out. Will a scar be formed and if so is it removable??? I hate damaging my skin...... :'(
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    Why do you have a screwdriver sticking out of a door? I can think of better things to use as coat hooks.

    Probably not though. Depends how deep it is. 6cm across? You'll be fine. 6cm deep? You're screwed, especially as I'm pretty sure it would've touched the bone at that depth (unless you've got muscles the size of Brussels or bingo wings).

    Scars really aren't that bad, there are worse things to be worried about than minor aesthetics.
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    Yeah but scaaaars man! Girls find them so ugly!!
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    Cover it then
 
 
 
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