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Uncle Chester
1:46:49 PM
i was going to get my stiches out today,
i thought that my host family would take me to a doctor,
instead they take me to the next door neighbor (a chemist), a big burly bloke... 6'10, big mucles, fingers the size of suasage rolls....

he pulls out a little bag with surgery tools and a bottle of Ether (stuff that REAL doctors have acess to)
he dabs a little bit of ether on my chin and pulls out the first stich and then he took a sniff of the ether bottle,
and then he put a bit more ether on my chin and pulls out the second stich,
after another inhailing of the ether he attempts the 3rd stich, it proves to be a difficult little "Fila de Puta" as he called it....

after a another sniff of the ether, he gives up and tells me to come back tommorow so he can have another go at it....
i thought this was quite funny..... if not stupid

luv from uncle chester

ShinToe Warrior
3:20:03 PM
On 5/06/2005 Uncle Chester wrote:
>after a another sniff of the ether, he gives up and tells me to come back
>tommorow so he can have another go at it....

Just wait till he sees those goddamn bats, poor bastard
(with apologies to hunterSthompson RIP)

3:56:35 PM
hehehehheehhe next time ask for a sniff then get him to just rip it out!!! heehehe, then get some to take home!
5:27:01 PM
Careful now. If the process of removing stitches creates a cause for more stitches, you should probably seek a doctor rather than a gonzo chemist. Although free ether is free ether,
and bat country is a free country.

Uncle Chester
8:10:01 PM
i took the last stich out myself, i think i did a nice job.
its a great scar.... the chicks here in brazil love it

9:57:21 PM
sweet good luck with that
mikl law
12:38:22 AM
When I had the last 1" of my finger sewn back on I saw the surgeon 3 days later and was supposed to come back 2 weeks later to have all the stitches removed, but I got drunk with my blind granny instead and we did it with a big carving kniofe and a bottl of sherry

Phil Box
7:51:06 AM
Meh, I always take my own stitches out, no big deal.

Best way is a pair of tweezers and a set of nail clippers. The clippers cut real close to the skin and the resultant cut is quite blunt meaning that when the stitch is pulled though it doesn`t usually snag or pull any tissue.

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