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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-19-2010, 12:45 AM Thread Starter
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peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

well heres the short version.
had a really bad headache and instead of taking pills i decided a nice heat pad would help me get to sleep. well it def worked,i fell asleep but not for long. i shave my head and ALWAYS get a single ingrown hair. combine that with the heat pad and this is what you get.
and let me tell you this is fkin painful.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-19-2010, 12:49 AM
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Re: peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

thanks...just lost my dinner! Thats fuking nasty!



Maybe next time put a warning on here

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Re: peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

thats gross dude. lol

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Re: peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

lol it hurts like a bastard.

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Re: peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

what.. i dont understand you have a headach so you put a heating pad on ?? why....
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Re: peel n stick heat pads-bad idea

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what.. i dont understand you have a headach so you put a heating pad on ?? why....
loosen up the neck muscles i guess the gritty material got inside the ingrown hair and this is the result. found out that wlagreens pulled a batch of them for recalls. they can get WAY to hot for some reason,.

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Holy hell that is nasty!
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