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Was using mitre-bond to connect some light rail (mdf) as the moby rang, has some on me fingies and after a few minutes on the phone I went to put it in my pocket only to see I had glued my hand to it.

Keep it to yerselves and don't make it public. It makes using the keyboard ere quite difficult. I guess it will ease of eventually. :-P


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I was once in a rush for the gym and my shell suit bottoms had split, (this was before chavs wore them :wink: ) I thought I'd superglue them together :wink:

10 minutes later my fingers were glued to my pants :oops:

Must of spent 30 mins separating them :lol:

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I once got it on my specs, so I phoned the manufacturer and they said acetone.
Acetone works.

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