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2013-07-12 03:02:02 AM

Endive Wombat: Sunburns?

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Ah memories.  I've had blisters (not that large, more like this) on my thighs, shoulders and arms, and on my face.  They make a weird popping noise when you press them as the fluid zooms from one blister to the next.  They scab like a biatch, too.  People really don't appreciate until they see something like this that it's actual real burns no different from hot water, not some cute skin reaction.

I did used to enjoy seeing how big a piece of skin I could peel off at once (and it makes a pretty nifty whispery noise when you pull it off in big sheets).  Now I just worry quite a lot about the skin cancer that's waiting for me.  Even though I haven had a burn in about 20 years, it's severe exposure at a young age that will kick it off.
 
2013-07-12 07:03:51 AM
god I get itchy just looking at those
 
2013-07-12 11:54:46 AM

if_i_really_have_to: Endive Wombat: Sunburns?

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Ah memories.  I've had blisters (not that large, more like this) on my thighs, shoulders and arms, and on my face.  They make a weird popping noise when you press them as the fluid zooms from one blister to the next.  They scab like a biatch, too.  People really don't appreciate until they see something like this that it's actual real burns no different from hot water, not some cute skin reaction.

I did used to enjoy seeing how big a piece of skin I could peel off at once (and it makes a pretty nifty whispery noise when you pull it off in big sheets).  Now I just worry quite a lot about the skin cancer that's waiting for me.  Even though I haven had a burn in about 20 years, it's severe exposure at a young age that will kick it off.


I got burned so badly in Florida as a kid one year that I leaked plasma from my nose.  Every five minutes I had a drop of salt water dripping off my schnozz.  The hotel room smelled like Solarcain every night.

/got a dozen questionable moles cut off me when I was 24
//don't risk it
 
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