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By Christoams / Monday 12 January 2009 04:35 / France
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By  Komarii  |  0

Ok first things first, I'm an electrician and 120V really doesn't hurt that much, it's more of a tingle really, so suck it up princess. Second, you only get a shock from that if your fingers are actually in the socket, so if that's what you're bitching about then you sir, are a dumbass of the highest order and deserve that zap.

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  4evanucks  |  0

hahahahahahaha...thought the exact same thing b4 I looked at the comments!! loooool :P

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  xGreyRosex  |  13

Wow that is totally and utterly rude, you fuckshit.

By  ThorsSon  |  0

I don't see the problem... I don't turn the switch off to change a light bulb... just don't look directly at the bulb when you screw it in... but even if you do... it isn't something that suddenly makes your life FML worthy.

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  Mauskau  |  34

i keep it off and change it in the day. I have 7 different lights in my room :)

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  SubaruWRXSTI  |  16

I don't understand why he is getting down voted so much. The only way to get electrocuted is if you directly touch the metal, which I do not see why would be necessary when changing a light bulb.

By  Komarii  |  0

Ok first things first, I'm an electrician and 120V really doesn't hurt that much, it's more of a tingle really, so suck it up princess. Second, you only get a shock from that if your fingers are actually in the socket, so if that's what you're bitching about then you sir, are a dumbass of the highest order and deserve that zap.

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  Dideriksen  |  0

woop awesome :D

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  sandormatyi  |  25

In most parts of Europe (France included), the line voltage is 220V - not that it made much of a difference, but it's a bit more than a tingle, especially if you're not used to the sensation and if instead of your finger shorting the circuit, the electricity goes from your fingertip to your feet.

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  iFurrhy  |  11

It probably wasn't the pain OP received from the lightbulb that made this a FML. It was the fact his wife actually turned on the damn lights

By  mellowyellowww  |  0

first #1: being blonde has nothing to do with it that's pretty much just a stupid/rude comment proving your ignorance and second, wow. WOW. i'm surprised, and sort of not at the same time.. doesn't anyyyyyone THINK anymore?

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  xf0rg0tt3nx  |  0

No it doesn't. I'm blonde and I change lightbulbs all the time, and have never gotten hurt.

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