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By shoutoutloud2him - / Saturday 5 December 2009 08:48 / United States
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By  Vedder  |  0

I have to agree with the masses on this one. He was lending a hand, and an accident happened. And besides, this is only one side of the story. For all we know, the guy could have offered to cut the string and you accepted, only he cut the string before you were ready. And you're making everything out to be his fault, because it was embarrassing. Who knows?

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By  flylikemusic  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  patticake1601  |  0

don't be a douche, I'm sure he had no intention of hurting the OP, and if she complains he will lose his job. Its tough out there and he may not find another job. Sometimes accidents happen.

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  Reyo  |  2

He cut her hand, which most likely involved blood, which can cause health risks. I know I probably sound like a paranoid germaphobe right now, but "accidents" like that can potentially get people nasty infections. No, I don't mean "The flu" I mean Hepatitis, or something else you can't get rid of. If the kid's making "accidents" like that, does he really need to be weilding a knife in the store?

By  Vedder  |  0

I have to agree with the masses on this one. He was lending a hand, and an accident happened. And besides, this is only one side of the story. For all we know, the guy could have offered to cut the string and you accepted, only he cut the string before you were ready. And you're making everything out to be his fault, because it was embarrassing. Who knows?

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  mastergrifin  |  0

Finally someone has common sense. Its not a big deal. He was helping them cut off the string (don't know y but that's what she said). And hitting her was an accident. This isn't an FML unless she really got hurt badly.

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  CharleneW  |  0

Where I'm from, the trees at Home Depot, Wal*Mart, Canadian Tire etc. ARE from local tree farms. They are usually set up in the parking lot of these stores, with permission from the owners of course.

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  MoroseMoose  |  45

Same here #17! I don't think any of those places actually sells Christmas trees.

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