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hello all

 

unfortunately my dog got into a huge fight with my friends, and it bit my left hand pretty bad, hit right on my muscle and narrowly missed my bones

 

i can sorta move my fingers but not my thumb, and any pressure applied to it hurts like hell

 

writing is impossible atm (so goodbye class) and typing with one hand is a bitch

 

apologies to my team and anyone i scheduled games with, but all i can do right now is read and watch tv

 

hopefully it should heal up a bit by the end of the weekend

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+ACP+    33975

Get better soon.

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Soul    8021

yo son i'd honestly consider suicide if i wasnt able to rub one out for multiple days.

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Jazz    4754

Yeah how hard is it to play online yugioh with one hand? You don't have to actually converse with your opponents. Just point, click, and type the words "k", "k?", "sec", "no", and "gg"

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+mmf    23221

dont even give them that courtesy. it will tilt them more when u sack them and say nothing

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+mmf    23221
6 hours ago, Chevalier De Fromage said:

 

You use both hands for that? ...Weirdo

test it b4 u knock it noob

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4 hours ago, NB96 said:

Did you go to a doctor yet?

yes, got some antibiotics to fight infections but for the muscle damage there isn't much i can do atm

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