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What A Bloody Morning!

Started off the first day of the week by being careless and seeing red!

Early morning I was in the pantry wanting to cut a grapefruit when I suddenly cut my little finger instead.  How it actually happened, I was still blur but I know I was being careless.  Maybe my mind was on something else... well, I guess the word "accident" comes from situations like this.. In a split second, it happened without one realizing it.

Though it was only a slight cut, I was taken aback by the endless red liquid that oozed out from my little finger.   I quickly washed it under the running tap water, just in case the knife is not that clean?   Took out lots of tissue to stop the blood but it kept on draining out... (ok, I exaggerated a bit here :)

After "dapping" it with tissues, I held my little finger up like this... but that didn't stop the blood flowing....
Is that my blood??
Looks like my lipstick colour...
Just imagine, a small cut can cause the blood oozing out so much...
What if the cut is longer and deeper?
I shudder at the thought.... 
After taking some pictures, I remember I have "gamat" in the office drawer..
I applied some on it and the blood stopped  almost immediately...
phew.....


Comments

  1. Wah.... so now first thing to do after bleeding will be snap photos and post on somewhere? LOL

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    1. Right.. it didnt stop flowing for awhile so might as well take picture first.. then only i sapu with gamat oil...

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  2. Omg….you should at least put on a blaster first or wash out the wound first next time...

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    1. yes, I washed it and dap dry few times... then only took picture...

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  3. Mow kau chor...cut jor still got time to snap pic...now ok or not? Put dettol ah. Later infected then susah

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  4. You must be very blur this morning. Still thinking about badminton.

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  5. aiyoh, never mind never mind.. red color means good luck and prosperity.. you sure going to have a very HUAT new year~~ :)

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  6. Salute you. Still can take photo. I scare to see blood. Sure pengsan.

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    1. Not scared of own blood but other people's... :)

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  7. Claire, I salute for being so calmed while taking the pics..lol

    Get well soon. Dont mong cha cha edy.

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  8. Wah really so much blood. I also must remind myself all the time to focus. Lucky not a deep cut

    Thank you for the cny card. I just received it.

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    1. You are welcome, Mun... yeah, need to be more berhati-hati next time!

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  9. I once had a slight cut on my finger tip too and the blood was flowing too. Just use tissue and press hard on it. It works effectively.

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  10. Yes, that was what I did... today ok liow..

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  11. In my case, I cut my middle finger yesterdeay evening when I taking out my house key to open my house gate's lock from my handbag. Oh no.... the blood flow and flow. Quickly go in, wipe with tissue papers...looking high and low for handyplast. can't find, at last found two pieces in my wallet in the handbag. I never knew can use minyak gamat.

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  12. You still got time to take pictures while bleeding, geng!!

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  13. Oh dear....
    Be more cautious the next time yea.

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