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actually, they did that because they were thinking about my safety <_<
it's rude to sue them for that
thanks, but i don't know what it feels like to have 5 fingers in both hands
so i'll have to think harder
lol, i always win with that game XDlook on the bright side, when playing rock paper scissors, scissors and paper look the same. you become virtually unbeatable.
it depends on the situationI didn't know people could get their limbs re-attached, if it was possible, more people would do it. Sounds fishy.
they're not few, most people in real life said the same thingI don't know but I dont think you should base your answer on a few people that are saying wow man thats really cool.
a huge reason that makes me not to do itIt's something you really have to decide. I would say no since you've got 19 years and are already used to it.
of course there will be therapy after it, it's 2 fingers we're talking aboutSomething tells me there would be a lot of therapy involved after the operation.
I........ just....... type.....Just a question, how do you type with that hand? _O:
cosmetically reason, no cancer involvedQuestion: are you doing this for cosmetically reasons or did the doctors say if you don't fix it, you might get "hand cancer" or something like that?
actual human fingers of courseand if they give you the spare fingers, are their going to be like actual human fingers or prosthetics?
what you're saying is so right and smartYes, you've lived with it for 19 years, but remember you have xx amount of years left, would you rather live those with 3 fingers and not be able to do as many things, or just get those extra 2 fingers, if even for the sake of it?
i'm not good with girls, but many girls saw my hand and loved itSee a girl you like? No chance you're going to freak her out with your hand (I expect this has already happened once or twice before?).
thanks, i'll see about thatIn the end it's all down to you, but I suggest not making the decision off of a bunch of teenagers telling you how awesome it is. Weigh out the pros and cons, think about how you'd prefer to live for the next 50/60+ years.
Yes, you've lived with it for 19 years, but remember you have xx amount of years left, would you rather live those with 3 fingers and not be able to do as many things, or just get those extra 2 fingers, if even for the sake of it?