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hahahaha! Your so stupid! ...kd,kd. I got one too! only I was pullin wheelies on a dirt bike in a plowed field with nothin but flip flops and shorts on.I went down hard.lol.OOPSIE!
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I got a bad one like that on my arm when I pulled my bike off me when I dumped it back in 78 and I can still see it when I look for it. since then I have learned about - Silvadene-Cream - WoW how it works to heel those bad burns quickly, with minimal scaring
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slip and burn..that sucks. I would have fell too and add that to the embarssament.
Well maybe I wouldn't be embarrased - But I might cry
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Just thought of this: DMSO is awesome on burns. My father-in-law worked in a chemical plant and always kept a bottle around; my wife turned me on to the stuff. It really does wonders for healing burns and has many other uses as well - google it!

I was a little surprised to see bottles of DMSO for sale at a shop in Bandera, TX...then it clicked, it's a biker shop and a tack shop, and DMSO is popular for treating equine injuries. So perhaps check your local feed store, equestrian or tack shop.

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Dmso is a transfer liquid...it is absorbed by the skin immediately and with take whatever is mixed with it.

Do not be around the person while they use it....death breath, the worst bad breath conceivable.
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hahahaha! Your so stupid! ...kd,kd. I got one too! only I was pullin wheelies on a dirt bike in a plowed field with nothin but flip flops and shorts on.I went down hard.lol.OOPSIE!
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If they had digital cameras back when I was 14 I could have showed you one that could make you puke. I was on a Honda SL125 and went to air up the rear tire. Instead of walking around the bike to kneel down, I just reached over the seat with the air hose and when I got the nozzle to the valve stem my arm was firmly planted on the exhaust. I heard the sizzle, smelled the burning flesh, and when I pulled my arm away there was skin still stuck to the exhaust smoking. I was in agony. As a military dependent I got free medical and went to the hospital and was told I had a 2nd degree burn. I still have a scar from it that looks like a large slice of salami on my arm. I'm a bit gun shy around exhaust to this day.
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