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Thread: Proof of Texas Heat

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    I "branded" my finger on the door handle. It took me a minute to realize what happened & then to realize what branded me. :shock:
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    oh so sorry.

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    That's hot! Grab some aloe :)

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    Ouch

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    That is HOT!!!!!

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    Ouch!

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    That is just too unreal. Hope it heals quickly.

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    Wow!!! That is HOT, we've been having some record high temps here, too. Sorry about your finger, put some aloe on it and hopefully it'll feel better soon. :wink:

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    thank you. it doesn't hurt. I find it odd that I got burned because I've been using a washrag to open the door. Guess I didn't wrap the handle enough.

    first time I've ever burned my hand on a door knob...

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    OUCHIE

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