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Calis


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Location: the boulevard of broken dreams

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Posted:when i was spinning the staff recently managed (i swear i didnt drop it) to get myself a nice burn on my arm, in a cool shape

now all that pain, and i want something to show for it... what would be the best way to get it to scar as visibly as possible?


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Flame Boy
GOLD Member since Jul 2004

Flame Boy

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Location: Out, United Kingdom

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Posted:Put fire on it ubblol

AAARRRGGGHHH!!! My giant stick broke!!! In two!!! My stick broke in two!!! ubbcrying

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brodieman


brodieman

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Posted:dont be stupid by messing up your skin regroth you can cause some major poblems, for example. the area wil lack in melonin, making that area prone to sun burn and skin canser, by interupting the skin cycle of healing you could cause a infecton leading to necrosis (your skin will rot around the area needing a operation or causing systemic sepsis)
If your looking for a tolken brand to look cool go somewhere and get it done professionally.
sorry for sounding harsh
mike


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_Clare_
BRONZE Member since Oct 2002

_Clare_

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Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland (UK)

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Posted:Fully agree.

Don't mess around with such things. I had a friend in uni who thought it'd be a good idea to scar himself in memory of the friends he had made... my god, 6 months later the infection looked like a huge puss-y circle on his arm and a year later he had a very deep, very angry looking scar.

He had to take antibiotics to prevent serious injury.

He felt a bit foolish by the end of it.


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gita
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Posted:there are some people who pay for scarification - but it's done in a hygenic conditions by professionals.
scars are not cool. i have a burn (ironically, not from fire twirling) & it kinda looks like i tried to cut my wrist. try working in social work circles with a scar like that! i get sooo many 'looks' from people! not good!!


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Flame Boy
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Flame Boy

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Posted:ditto Ive got one of those, some smeghead trod on my wrist while playing rugby, i had people saying to me "Oh my god, what did you do?" and "Life's not that bad mate" for the next 2 weeks - tres annoying!

Why not get a fiery related tattoo Calis?


AAARRRGGGHHH!!! My giant stick broke!!! In two!!! My stick broke in two!!! ubbcrying

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JauntyJames
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JauntyJames

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Location: Hampshire College, MA, USA

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Posted:i have a scar where a rat bit me. his name was tom

-James

"How do you know if you're happy or sad without a mask? Or angry? Or ready for dessert?"

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nearly_all_gone
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nearly_all_gone

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Posted:Is that short for Tomato?

What a wonderful miracle if only we could look through each other's eyes for an instant.
Thoreau

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JauntyJames
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JauntyJames

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Posted:no, i'd only name a purple rat tomato, tom was grey. i dont think tom is short for anything else

-James

"How do you know if you're happy or sad without a mask? Or angry? Or ready for dessert?"

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nearly_all_gone
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nearly_all_gone

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Posted:It's short for a four letter word. Or a building. You wouldn't get a building as short as the word "Tom".

What a wonderful miracle if only we could look through each other's eyes for an instant.
Thoreau

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JauntyJames
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JauntyJames

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Posted:what if its already a very short building? like a shack? or a bunglalow?

-James

"How do you know if you're happy or sad without a mask? Or angry? Or ready for dessert?"

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nearly_all_gone
SILVER Member since Aug 2004

nearly_all_gone

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Posted:I lived ina bungalow until I was 20. It wasn't called Tom.

What a wonderful miracle if only we could look through each other's eyes for an instant.
Thoreau

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Ewal


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Location: London,United Kingdom

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Posted:If the burn was bad enough then it will scar naturally, as burnt skin does not heal the same as a cut or graze. I have a burn which I used savlon on and it still scarred. Thats why some people get branded these days, as it more final than a tatto

good luck with your scarring


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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

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Posted:I have two scars from spinning on my left arm.

One is a circle with the cross head from the screw in the middle perfectly imprinted.
The other is just a circle.

and they only appear when I get suntanned too. smile

I wanted to get them tatooed on too, but you cant tattoo scar tissue.

smile


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myco
BRONZE Member since Nov 2004

myco


Location: melbourne, victoria, australia

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Posted:if you want it to be really visible, just say to people "look at this", and they will. if it's too faded to see, just get them to imagine it instead biggrin

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Seraphire


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Posted:If you want a scar, try and catch squirrels...seriously they might look cute jumping around, but when you try and catch one...different kettle of squirrels. *Notes full Moon in a few hours...*Were-squirrel tendancy's taking hold*

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Calis


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Location: the boulevard of broken dreams

Total posts: 28
Posted:thanks for the advice guys

imm just gonna let it heal..if it scars it scars..if it doesnt it doesnt


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shen shui
SILVER Member since Jan 2005

shen shui

no excuses. no apologies.
Location: aotearoa, New Zealand

Total posts: 1799
Posted:Written by: brodieman

dont be stupid by messing up your skin regroth you can cause some major poblems, for example. the area wil lack in melonin, making that area prone to sun burn and skin canser, by interupting the skin cycle of healing you could cause a infecton leading to necrosis (your skin will rot around the area needing a operation or causing systemic sepsis)
If your looking for a tolken brand to look cool go somewhere and get it done professionally.
sorry for sounding harsh
mike



good call.
fully.


those that know, dont say. those that say, dont know.

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shen shui
SILVER Member since Jan 2005

shen shui

no excuses. no apologies.
Location: aotearoa, New Zealand

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Posted:why dont you just let your body heal naturally, like it knows how to? go with the flow... and embrace the experience of your body healing while you watch...
yay!
what fun!
<does a little dance>


those that know, dont say. those that say, dont know.

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Gri-gri


Gri-gri

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Location: Richardsbay, South Africa

Total posts: 84
Posted:Yeah, I agree with most of this.

Scars are cool (proof) but I wouldn't encourage them. Obviously depending on how badly you got burnt, the scarshould appear naturally.

Best of luck


Where the mind goes,
The body will follow...

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Sir_Sheep


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Location: Chester, UK

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Posted:Written by: Unregistered

I have two scars from spinning on my left arm.

One is a circle with the cross head from the screw in the middle perfectly imprinted.
The other is just a circle.

and they only appear when I get suntanned too. smile

I wanted to get them tatooed on too, but you cant tattoo scar tissue.

smile



They're from my doubles. I remember the amount of burns you had by the end of that day. Weird only two of them scarred.


Spoiling Christmas for small children since 2003.

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flid
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flid

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Posted:and all this time they've been sitting in the corner of the hallway......we should mount the branding device of ucof above the fireplace!

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Sir_Sheep


Sir_Sheep

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Posted:What fireplace? confused

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