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frostbite?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tork614, Jan 21, 2008.

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  1. ScifenRock

    ScifenRock Senior Member

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    I have been bitten by cans pretty much every time I have bombed or painted this winter, my gloves usually rip or I'm too lazy to find latex when I don't have them. I cant stand painting with winter gloves on, no can control. I compare the feeling of getting cold paint on your fingers to hold a can of Air-dust upside down and spraying it on your skin. God that shit fuckin kills mang!
     
  2. sketch3

    sketch3 Banned

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    see you know ur an idiot when u get zof, the sites buddist monk dissing on u
     
  3. arsoni2

    arsoni2 Senior Member

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    Hahahahahah
     
  4. -EgoDeath-

    -EgoDeath- Senior Member

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    That's definitely not right.

    9 Fahrenheit is about ~-13 celsius
    and if it's 9 celsius, that's about 48 degrees fahrenheit.
     
  5. Bummer Harris

    Bummer Harris Member

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    I avoid getting frostbite in my cock by sticking it up my homies arse to keep warm.
    Nowt queer about that.
     
  6. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    what the fuck was that about
     
  7. Who'sWho

    Who'sWho Banned

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    No word of a lie, ram your cold hand down under your gooch, and it'll warm up quickfast
     
  8. Soup?

    Soup? Senior Member

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    or in your armpits, thers another way to get warm but its not as fast
     
  9. crac

    crac Elite Member

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    i got frost nip 2 days ago ... cold snap like a mother fucker.. minus 52 out in the wind.. my fucking truck froze up on the highway stood outside for not even 5 minets to flag somone down and now my face looks like i got a bad sunburn couldent feel my hands legs or face for about 2 hours... and thats just from being out in the damn cold for not even five minets..
     
  10. NoWorries

    NoWorries Senior Member

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    The same thing happened to me like 2 weeks ago. I was out on a highway mission, long story short, i ended up falling into some water, so it must have been a little above freezing. Anyways, I shook off the cold went and finished my hit. then noticed that that half my index finger was numb. It stayed that way for about 4 days (completely numb) with no discoloration. I thought of everything from frost bite to major nerve damage, it was scary actually/ Then over the next week or so gradually regained feeling in my finger. I think that its pretty much gone now, although it still feels a little weird, when i compare it to my index finger on my other hand.
     
  11. SAID

    SAID Moderator

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    yeaaa dude, my index gets hella frozen when i paint around this time of year and yea it feels weird for a really long time, like when you bend it, the bottom part actually hurts. it eventually goes away, but you really fell in some water and went to finish your hit? fucken respect
     
  12. tork614

    tork614 Member

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    yea it was 9 ferhenhieght or however u spell it
    its not frozen ne more it just caliced over and it just looks weird.
     
  13. R3bel1995

    R3bel1995 Senior Member

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    I live in Africa, with 110.f weather year round. The closest I ever get to frost bite, is sticking my hand in the fridge to reach for some ice...
     
  14. Sim2

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    Yea, I had that when I first started writing with a can...it goes away after awhile and just forms a blister...nothing to worry about.