Truckie Gets An Earful Of Bluetooth

You know what I hate? When you break your cell phone’s bluetooth headset, repair it with superglue and then your boss rings. I really hate that. Gye Gardner had just finished doing a superglue repair job when his phone rang. He automatically popped the headset in his ear. It wasn’t until a good five minutes later that he realized the glue had hardened and it was stuck good and proper into his ear. Like a typical male he used a spoon to remove it, leaving several pieces of skin and pride on the earpiece.

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11 responses to “Truckie Gets An Earful Of Bluetooth

  1. The Celtic Queen

    Loon I think we’ve all done things with superglue. It’s the worst thing in the world to use. No matter how careful you are you always get it all over your fingers, I had a worse encounter with wax hair remover though but not going there. Underarms that is !!!
    Having said that I do love his little suit.

  2. What a freaking jackass. Why wouldn’t you either go to the hospital or have someone very carefully use a razor knife to free the phone first so your skin can just expel the glue in time? I mean, opposed to looking like you were in a heavyweight title fight with Tyson for the rest of your life.

  3. Julie

    This reminds me of when my best friend was getting married. The only thing I didn’t organise was her hubby’s bachelor party (I should have!!) …

    My hubby at the time and his buddies got hold of some powder stuff that when you mix it with water, it turns into a plastic coating. It all started off as a bit of fun .. throw some powder onto her hubby-to-be and spray some water on the spot … hey presto … he had a little plastic blob on him …

    GREAT FUN GUYS!!! Until you lot decided to get motherless drunk, strip him and coat him in the powder, and he started to itch and dived into the swimming pool 🙄

  4. I’m just glad this ain’t from failblog!

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