Okay I'm a tard ,Hunan Hand Help

Yesterday I was deseeding my Habs and since Im a tard i was using my bare hands and pointer finger aswell as thumb have hurt ever since. The cool part is al I have to do is put my fingers in my mouth to get alittle burn. What to do to make it go away?
Soap and water did not work. And yes I also went to the restroom.:lol:
 
Well, once the chemical burns set in then your kinda screwed for the next day or two. But to help, right when you get it, wash your hand three times in soap (dishwashing liquid works best), then squirt some vegatable oil on your hands (let sit for 1 minute), wash off. Douse your hands in a little bit of milk, wash, and you should be better off.
 
Wipe your hands down with bleach, it'll draw out the capsaicin that has nested within your skin. Wipe off the bleach and scrub your hands with rubbing alcohol. Works for me, and keeps me from getting the added "pep in my step" after a Nature call.
 
DEFCON Creator said:
Wipe your hands down with bleach, it'll draw out the capsaicin that has nested within your skin. Wipe off the bleach and scrub your hands with rubbing alcohol. Works for me, and keeps me from getting the added "pep in my step" after a Nature call.

What's it like at Defcon Days when nature calls?:) You must have seen a few unfortunate occurances.
 
POTAWIE said:
What's it like at Defcon Days when nature calls?:) You must have seen a few unfortunate occurances.

Actually, I think one of the funniest was one we had last April Fools Day (one of my FAVORITE days of the year. We had our 1st wing eating competition, and Nick ate 52 #1 wings (a record to this day). Well, with all the people with hotsauce and extract all over their hands, being the funny guy I am, I had previously removed all the soap and paper towels from the bathroom (Arpil Fools!), and thoroughly enjoyed seeing the contestants get up from the table, and emerge from the mens room in various stages of lower abdominal capsaicin exposure. Ahhh yes, 'twas a proud moment indeed!

As for myself, yeah, been there, done that. My wife used to almost fall of the couch laughing, especially when I had to deal with ZERO exposure, but she merely rolls her eyes and giggles now.
 
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