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Hey All. I did immediately go wash up once I confirmed that he was okay, he thought I was going to kick him out for moshing, I don't think he realized quite yet that his nose was broken, he was pretty drunk. And I am a chick, not a dude :) I get tested regularly anyway, but he and I did have a conversation after he went and cleaned himself up too. I explained that I was worried about disease and he looked positively horrified at the thought and insisted that he was clean. But I did get checked, came back all good. And I love my job, it's only part time, I only work the big shows, been doing it for a while and this is the only time this has ever happened to me. It didn't scare me off like my boss thought it would when he saw me marching off in a huff to the ladies room to clean myself up! lol
By ColoradoGirl420 / Monday 24 March 2014 18:53 / United States - Colorado Springs
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Workman's comp coverage is great, but only if whatever OP may have gotten is curable/treatable with medicine. Hopefully you didn't, but even so, a stranger's blood in/on your face is gross. True FML!

  imyy  |  20

Don't think he was kicked out, but OP doesn't say. I'm guessing not - but how do you "accidentally" fight? You either choose to fight/ fight back or take it/run, so whatever you do it's a deliberate choice...

  JunglePanfa  |  11

It doesn't sound like it was a proper "fight"; as OP said, mosh pits can get very rowdy and things can easily get out of hand! The poor guy probably just wanted to stay for the duration of whatever gig was on, despite having a broken nose. That's some awesome dedication, but I know I'd be straight out of there and off to the hospital if it were me haha

  imyy  |  20

O, you don't bloody say! Are you positive he spit blood? If so that's a negative situation...

At least he didn't spit it on your ABs...guess he wasn't your type!

  kingdomgirl94  |  27

"Should not have acted like a typical bouncer, who try not to care."

When fixed to make sense, its easy to see that one of those negatives does not belong there, and I'm betting it's the first one. The double negative results in a positive:

"Should have acted like a typical bouncer and tried to care. "

Therefore, 29s reply makes sense.

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