Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by nootrac22, Oct 8, 2010.
glue for her eye drops. KSAZ-TV said Irmgard Holm of Glendale had
cataract surgery a year ago. She was reaching for what she thought was
one of her half-dozen eye drop medications. The burning sensation told
her immediately something was seriously wrong.
Holm said the eye drops and the super glue bottles are nearly identical.
After putting super glue in her eye, Holm says she tried washing it out.
But the quick-drying substance did what it was supposed to and sealed
her eye shut.
Holm got to the hospital and staff cut off the hardened glue covering
her eye. Once the eye was opened, doctors washed it out to prevent major
who stores super glue and eye drops together? i have super glue in a tool box. eye drops in a medicine cabinet. i know your eyes are bad an all, but read the fucking label. oh, and all the super glue/crazy glue i've used is hard as shit to get out of the bottle. eye drops are usually in a squeezy bottle.
I am with you there is no way i can mistake my eye drops for my super glue............... Cause i like normal people keep them seperate
hard to fuck that one up. maybe the one on the far left, but it's a stretch.
here's a reasonable mix up. look the same. stored the same, and if you are in a rush, easy to grab the wrong one.
Speaking from personal experience? lol
But yeah, I don't see how you can mix up glue and eye drops, unless you're just an all around moron.
Prescription eye drops:
Nail glue (which is just superglue), commonly found in a bathroom:
Which means you'd have to be an absolute moron to put them within a close proximity of each other.
So, as I said before...
Separate names with a comma.