By missgayle319 - United States
 Today, I decided to finally try out the veggie slicer I bought a few months ago to make healthy homemade potato chips. Along with the sliced potatoes, I am now missing about a quarter inch chunk of skin from the side of my hand and quite a bit of blood. At least the chips were good. FML
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  RadikulRam  |  16

Ohh the Texan priorities, "ARGGHHHH MY HAND MY HAND MY FINGERS, oooo chips!!"

Anyways as the British say OP, I hope you enjoyed the bloody chips!
Haha chip(cheap) puns ftw.


74- hahah. I always use the "Something's wrong with my vagina, it tastes like skittles" line on my boyfriend. Takes the "I've got candy in my van" line to the next level.


One day your kids will say " wow mommy how did you get that scar, did a shark bit you." and you must answer " nah I was making some chips when I thought my finger was potato..." and I wish you good luck

  DocBastard  |  38

Meme, you can play this one of three ways:
1) Defend your mistakes
2) Explain that English is your third language and wait for people to jump down the Grammar Nazi's throat for being an insensitive ass
3) Learn from your mistake so you don't make it in the future

You can also choose options 2 and 3 together. I do this because I care.

  ladyLALAA  |  28

I was going to day she's from Israel you jerk, but the doc comes outta nowhere! And as for the knives bit, there ARE blades on them so I get where she's coming from!

  michabailey  |  8

Being from Israel is not a reason to assume that someone doesn't speak English. ??? ?? ??????, ??????? ??? ????? ??? ??? ???. I was born here, and English is not only my native language, I speak English a little bit better than Hebrew.

  Meme1988  |  18

Thanks guys for the understanding part, but im not bad at english, im just bad at spelling.
@micha, i studied at the Technion (who doesnt knows what is it-google it), i know english so well as it is my first language..
As for spelling- thats my "problem"