Message from Phillip-TX in Southern Front #general
Like a real one? You can get replicas sharp as a razor pretty cheap there's a place that makes the real ones and replicas near me I don't see much of a difference
This would probably hurt worse
Larp: The Knife
I always need real.
Idk the story behind it is they can't patch the wound made by one of those
Always need battle ready.
Haven't ever seen one in use lmao but I'd imagine that it would be pretty hard to fix that
There's a knife made by major Fairborn damn autocorrect specifically made for CQC I've been looking for it's the British version of the k-bar but looks menacing
Lmao you never know what you need to be prepared for
Here's your best Gladius.
Don't be a victim be the cause of removing another degenerate from the earth
Technically anyway it's controversial but in CQC like within 5-10 feet you have a good to down the gunman if he hasn't pulled his gun
Anyone know what the fuck this is it hurts like a bitch
Aids, pretty sure
Got it on both my legs today at worl
Lol, looks like something called Irish burn.
What kind of pain? Stinging, sharp, burn, dull?
And when did you first begin to notice it?
Bad burn and about 3 today, i cut grass commercially
I wear jeans too
Sounds like a reaction to something. Because that looks like some kind of rash. I'm wondering if it was something like if you started using a new detergent or if there was some kind of pesticide/herbicide/whatever in some grass that got into your pants.
Not that i noticed but its on both legs and my ass cheek lol like it burns at the lightest touch
Take some benadryl and put some of that pink lotion stuff
Forgot what it's called
Like the chalky lotion
Starts with a C
Ill have to run to the store real fast
Yeah, I definitely second the benadryl thing. If you don't have calamine lotion, maybe even some pain killing neosporin or something of the like. Keep an eye on the spots as best you can, maybe draw an outline with pen to see if it grows or shrinks. If it gets significantly bigger in the next 24 hours, go see a doctor.
Yeah, I agree with @stormbjornn that's some sort of allergic reaction type of thing. Antihistamines should clear that up.
Working with kids in a forrest for two months every summer/having your First Aid/CPR cert is definitely coming in handy. xD