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God damn it, these dry, cracked hands

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  • 04/20/2014 11:27 PM

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…Yeah, not a great time to have something like this happen, especially not now when the weather is just starting to warm up (makes me wish I was living in Florida all the time, then this problem wouldn’t happen so often).

So, I’ve been having this little problem for a while now with my hands and putting all sorts of strange stuff on it in an attempt to make them feel and look better, like olive oil, aloe vera gel – and even wearing some cotton gloves to sleep! It’s starting to get a bit better, I think, but it’s still pretty painful at times, especially around the fingertips. Some days are good, and others are quite bad, which is why I haven’t been working on too much stuff around here in regards to game making and being here on RMN lately. Hopefully it gets better, because being on the sidelines suck!

Have any of you had a similar problem in regards to dry hands? What exactly do you guys put on it to make it feel all silky and smooth, or are you just one of those people blessed to be living in a warm climate, or have skin of the freakin’ gods and never have this problem? For those types of people, I envy you...(bas*ards...)
Ratty524
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My hands are about as smooth as a child's.

I get compliments about it all the time. xD
I put lotion and stuff on these sandwich makers, so no.
I only had dry hands that were cracked open when it was -48.

Are you sleeping in a meat locker? Do you LIVE in a meat locker?

ARE YOU JUST A SLAB OF FINE BEEF
author=Ratty524
My hands are about as smooth as a child's.

I get compliments about it all the time. xD



...It's not fair. Damn you and your silky smooth skin!

author=Pizza
Are you sleeping in a meat locker? Do you LIVE in a meat locker?


I would if that meat locker was hooked up to the Internet and had access to a T.V., then I wouldn't even have to take a shower or go outside anymore!

…Well, they’re a bit better than they were a few days ago, but they’re still extremely dry. Oh well, baby steps, I guess.
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