Day’s Verse:
In the sixth month, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin’s name was Mary.
Luke 1:26-27

When it comes to band-aid removal, are you a gentle, ease-it-off puller or a fierce, teeth-gritted, get-it-over-with ripper?

This is not a purely hypothetical question, as I have recently had to act on one of those courses of action. My arm lacks hair in a rectangular band-aid shape now.

9 thoughts on “Life Questions

  1. Ooo yeah. The band-aid on my arm didn’t loosen up at all in the shower, true to their claim of “super strong adhesive” or something. Yikes.

  2. if the shower doesn’t work i use my trusty pocket knife to scrape them carefully off my body. thank heavens for my pocket knife.

  3. I don’t use band-aids. Any wound I get that needs medical attention, I just go to the nearest source of intense heat and cauterize it right then and there.

  4. I haven’t tried this myself, but I bet Goo Gone or other adhesive removers would be a dandy way to get a band-aid off. Leaves your arm smelling citrus-fresh, too. Just be sure your wound is fully closed.

    Actually, I haven’t been able to find band-aids down here when I cut myself, so I just have nasty ripped-off avulsions that refuse to fully heal.

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