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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hello.

    I have a plaster on and the wound has healed but I can't take it off because it's attached to hairs! and when I peel it off it hurts! This has happened for a week, help!
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    Pussy.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I tried using water but then my friend said to use butter, but it didn't work and some got stuck underneath
    I wouldn't say that using butter is sensible.

    If you have soaked it in butter you probably need to get it off as it is going to become really unhygienic.

    If you don't think you can do it yourself is there anyone else who you could get to do it for you?
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    warm water aorund the edges and start peeling it off slowly.
    also, germolene :love:
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    (Original post by londonboym)
    Nutini was CRAP at IoW. Total let down.

    kbye.

    Lolol.

    Really? He's real good live though! Nah, maybe it's just your ears:yes: Lol
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    (Original post by *theKid*)
    Lolol.

    Really? He's real good live though! Nah, maybe it's just your ears:yes: Lol
    Nah he can't sing live, the studio worked wonders with his voice for New Shoes, good song.
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    You're just going to have to brave it and peel it off i'm afraid.
    Maybe lightly dab it with a warm flannel or something, to ease of the pain.
    Be careful not to touch the womb by this if you do this.
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    When I was a little girl my mum always used Johnsons Baby Oil to take off plasters, maybe that'll work for you?

    If you don't have that, maybe vegetable/olive oil?
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    (Original post by *theKid*)
    Lolol.

    Really? He's real good live though! Nah, maybe it's just your ears:yes: Lol
    noope. he was so bad that a small child actually was actually sick. :yes:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Nah he can't sing live, the studio worked wonders with his voice for New Shoes, good song.
    Why don't you return to taking your plaster off, okay?
    Lol
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    (Original post by londonboym)
    noope. he was so bad that a small child actually was actually sick. :yes:
    Lolol
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    Use some actone on it ... Nail varnish remover etc ...
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    Stop being a baby and pull it off, it's it pulls the hairs then pull them off with it.
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    Pull it off, then smell it.
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    GO SWIMMING... Seriously... How else do they end up at the bottom of the pool? People don't go in with a fistful of sticky back bandage and litter them around in some sick mind game so when people accidentally pick them up they can watch them shriek in the fear of catching HIV...
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    Jeez thats nothing, I've waxed my balls


    YANK IT!!!
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    I can't do it! every time I try to pull it I can;t because it hurts! OKAY! It hurts! I don't like them!
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    LMAO you started a whole thread about having trouble ripping off a plaster?! haha, just man up and PULL WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT, it'll be over in seconds
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    Lots and lots of water/oil?

    Or do as everyone else says and yank it.
 
 
 
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