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  1. vicky1bfc

    vicky1bfc <font color=6600cc>Pretends to surf when she hears

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    While straightening my hair i missed and had a go straightening my fingers instead. :sad:
     
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  3. mandymouse

    mandymouse <font color=red>If It's Not A Bahama Mama Then I'm Moderator

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    :hug: Oh dear Vicky, run your fingers under the cold tap for a while and I hope they're better soon :)
     
  4. vicky1bfc

    vicky1bfc <font color=6600cc>Pretends to surf when she hears

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    Thanks Mandy,i was expecting :rotfl: off you all. :teeth:


    I'm not sure if i should :sad: or :rotfl: at myself for being a twit.
     
  5. ely3857

    ely3857 <font color=ff3300>Would love to be a Librarian -

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    That's not so daft, at least not as stupid as a friend who dropped her ghd's and 'caught' them between her knees :scared: she sported a nice 'v' shaped burn for a while :crazy2:

    :sunny:

    Jodie
     
  6. Deedee

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    I have been a hair dresser for over 20 years and when i trained you were not allowed to use curling tongues/straighteners etc, so one day in the salon i had to use them to do someones hair and ended up burning her head and myself. Luckily she was a friend and we just laughed about it. You would have thought they would of come up with something easier to handle and use by now. Hope your finger gets better soon.
     
  7. Funniebunny

    Funniebunny <font color=6666cc>She can't always be on holiday,

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    I did that to my ear the other day. There should be a safety video for these things :rotfl:
     
  8. Minniespal

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    Ouch Vicky that is a sore one ~ done it myself a couple of times. Nothing nicer than a GHD stuck to your finger :confused3
     
  9. Queenie

    Queenie Mouseketeer<br><font color="green">Will wear a lim

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    Ouch! Ooops, hope your fingers feel better soon!!
     
  10. florida sun

    florida sun Mrs Christopher Eccleston wannabe! Moderator

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    Ouch!!! Hope your finger is better soon Vicky :hug:
     
  11. Cochise

    Cochise <font color=teal>Went last October and this Octobe

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    Burns do really hurt but not quite as painful as Alan Smith on Saturday i bet
     
  12. vicky1bfc

    vicky1bfc <font color=6600cc>Pretends to surf when she hears

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    Actually it hurt waayy more than that. :mad: You have obviously never got you finger caught in ghd's. ;)


    No, i looked at the picture of this over weekend,How horrible/painful .I hope he makes a full recovery. pixiedust:
     
  13. misskrystal

    misskrystal <font color=deeppink>For me, it was the first time

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    That sounds horrible. My Grandma had somehting worse happen (if you can imagine it). Her George Foreman grill closed itself on her hand while it was on. Ouch!
     
  14. Cochise

    Cochise <font color=teal>Went last October and this Octobe

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    Vicky,

    thats why i never linked to an online pic. DW has a set of them things i bet they heat up rather hot.
     
  15. KayleeUK

    KayleeUK Still here.....

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    Owww Vicky I have done that before :(
     
  16. Graeme

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    I wish I had enough hair to straighten.
     
  17. angel659

    angel659 <font color=peach>Have A <font color=deeppink>Magi

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    Hi

    I have done that many times, but I never seem to learn. The problem with my straightners they are the wet to dry. When you straighten your hair whilst its damp you burn your whole hand on the hair you have just straightened for the second time you want to straighten it. If you get what I mean. Also with the steam that burns my head, ears and hand if I become careless.

    Hope it gets better soon
     
  18. Tink78

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    Ouch, I normally frazzle my forehead when I do my fringe!! :rotfl:
     

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