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This is no joke, it really happened to me, i swear on my kids!!!!

Was building a model airplane for my nephew and my tube of superglue was a bit clogged up.
i squeezed a bit too hard and burst the side of the tube and not surprisingly got glue all over my fingers and palm.
I ended up gluing my index and middle finger together,
then at that moment my little jack russell decided to have a go at the model plane i was building, he started chewing on it so i grabbed him and carried him through to the kitchen where i tried to put him down on the floor........................
Yeah, i glued myself to my dog ::b

I jest not, i had my palm and fingers stuck tight to the poor guys stomach and side, he started going nuts and pulled away and was left with a big bald spot........
The missus thought i was turning into a warewolf!!!!!!!!


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I've had some traumatic experiences with superglue myself, so I can empathise with you!......but it's still funny as *uck!.. :lol:

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Sounds like an over-elaborate excuse for hairy palms :lol:

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Many years ago, my old Boxer X chewed a tube of superglue... ::b

Managed to stick his teeth to his gums!

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Last week I had the wonderful job of boxing-in some crappy old steel ductwork at ceiling level in a council home (if it ever needs repairing it'll be coming out). Some of the panels were going on permanently, so they were given a judicious (small) amount of PU glue before being pinned into place. The apprentice saw me doing this and copied the techniques - only he used a bit more glue. Well actually he used a helluva lot more glue. Guess who's head it dripped onto?

Y'know it takes 3 to 5 days for the scalp to produce enough oils to loosen the stuff. Even then you end up with handfulls of hair pulled out........ ::b

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I hope the RSPCA don't read this and see that you tried to "put your dog down" on the floor :lol:

I was once getting ready to go to the gym and my shell suit bottoms had split in the groin, so I thought I'd superglue the split.

It was great fun ringing my mate with my fingers stuck to my shell suit bottoms :lol:

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ultimatehandyman wrote:
my shell suit bottoms


UHM, I can't believe that you've confessed to wearing those... or are we talking 40 years ago?? :lol:

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merseygull wrote:
ultimatehandyman wrote:
my shell suit bottoms


UHM, I can't believe that you've confessed to wearing those... or are we talking 40 years ago?? :lol:

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It was before the Chavs started to wear them :wink:

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to be fair, he is in lancs :lol:

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merseygull wrote:
UHM, I can't believe that you've confessed to wearing those... or are we talking 40 years ago?? :lol:

Nah! He's a closet Scouser! Dey do wear dem do don't dey? :roll:

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to be fair, he is in lancs :lol:


last week? :lol:

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