posted on Jun, 19 2014 @ 02:37 PM
My dad once sliced his thumb open using a kitchen knife to open a tin of paint.
Myself, I sliced off the top two millimeters of my thumb from a heavy metal door to a laundry.
Knew a guy in high school who lost the upper half of his finger when trying to change a light bulb. Put his finger into a live socket and fried
everything down to the bone.
In the days of the first desktop PC's, the worst hazard was trying to reinstall those metal plates that were at the back of the box. You had to hold
them in place and wiggle, jiggle and slide them around until they went in. It wasn't uncommon for the odd bit of finger to be trapped and pulled off.
Paper cuts are the worst, never quite sure how exactly they happen. Alway seemed to be on an airplane when I'm reading a brand new book. After a few
days the paper would seem to soften up.