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eye papercut (Insanity #229)

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Title: eye papercut
Description: since i was about five i have always been afraid of getting a paper cut on my eye. whenever i am carrying paper or paper is thrown i do all that i can to get my head away from it and/or close my eyes.
Username: slurpyzklown (2.1)  United States
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2.3/5 Sane Insane
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11/07/2008 20:30:51 (333)
From: katzmeow

when I was little I used to be obsessively paranoid about something happening to my eyes. I don't know, I was just constantly running to the mirror to check that they were ok, and once I was pulling on something and my hand snapped back and hit my eye really hard, and I started crying because I got so scared. I was so sure that I'd look in the mirror and see my eye destroyed or something. It went away eventually. Afterwards, I remember one time i was just throwing a brown paper bag in the air (i have no idea why) and one time it came down and the corner hit my eye, and I thought i had gotten a paper cut for sure. It really hurt, and I think it did cut me, but I couldn't even see anything wrong with my eye. I think eyes are stronger than they seem.
One more example and I will shut up I promise...I remember one time I think I hugged someone in my family, and I noticed that a zipper on their jacket was very close to my eye. Then suddenly I realized that my eye really stung, and I think the zipper somehow cut it? When I looked in the mirror there was a tiny red line, but that was all. It's still there, actually. It looks like a vein but it's a tiny bit darker, it's sort of like a scar? So I really think our eyes are actually kinda strong.



08/07/2008 07:01:39 (313)
From: Drackolus
It sounds really painful!  It seems normal to try to avoid such a scary concept.  You might even go blind!
Though, there's not a very high chance of it happening.  Better safe than sorry though, right?



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