Now it can be told (major ouch, do not attempt)
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Back in '04 or so, I was into RC rock crawling in a big way. Back then you had to make your own stuff, and modify things you bought to make them work better. This includes tires. Available tires (with a few exceptions) were too stiff and nowhere near grippy enough. So I learned the fine art of siping.
Siping is accomplished with a Dremel tool cutoff wheel, and involves cutting fine grooves in the tread lugs.
This creates a lot of dust and smoke. The smoke goes away. The dust sticks to ya, because it's melted rubber. Hand cleaner won't touch it, soap is a joke, shampoo, and other household cleaners were similarly ineffective.
Lacquer thinner does a hell of a job on it, though. Dries the skin something fierce.
While I was doing this job, I was wearing shorts, and boxers, and holding the tire between my knees. Seemed the most comfortable way to get things done. Didn't think about the rubber dust on my hands or legs, because I knew the thinner would take it off.
After the third tire was done, I had to take a leak.
Uh oh. Seems that rubber dust gets... everywhere. The old twig & berries had a liberal coating of the stuff.
Only one thing gets it off, remember?
Well, what's the worst that could happen? Thinner doesn't hurt when I use it on my hands, right? I went to work on it.
Jesus H. Tap-dancing Christ, that hurts! I mean, I'm on fire down there, and it doesn't stop hurting, either. We're talking major, tear-inducing, screaming pain. It went on for hours. The worst part was knowing I had to finish the job after the pain started (the job was finished).
I suppose a moisturizing lotion would have ameliorated it some, but at that point I wasn't thinking real clearly, and I probably didn't have any anyway.
No, I didn't even start on the fourth tire.
TL;DR version: Don't clean your cock with lacquer thinner.
DipodomysDeserti last edited by
@old-busted-hotness So you were playing with RC cars naked, then cleaning your skin with lacquer thinner? How was the meth?
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Old Busted Hotness last edited by
@dipodomysdeserti Believe it or not, no meth was involved. But I can see your reasoning there.
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I guess this is where the rubber meets the choud.
You know, most of us our age were taught to put a rubber on it so that we didn’t get something that burns.
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@old-busted-hotness I got icy-hot on my bits once. Didn't last as long, but sounds like the experience was similar.
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@ttyymmnn just the tip, and only for a moment. Mind?
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@old-busted-hotness I had a friend get bear spray on his cycling gloves this summer, no matter what he did it wouldn't wash out. Almost every ride after that he'd take a piss and forget to take his gloves off exposing his trout to the bear spray. Then he would be in an hot box of burning misery for the next 30 minutes.
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@old-busted-hotness Gadamn dude!
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@old-busted-hotness OW OW OW OW yeah I think I'll take your word for it on this one LOL
I suppose a moisturizing lotion would have ameliorated it some