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  • Cheeky Missy

    I think I read it,.....As for getting a shock...how did you get yours? I "helped" a prong on a TV plug into the outlet.....felt like it went speedily straight through from the finger on the one hand out through the finger on the other; my heart didn't like it either, and I contemplated the wonder of still being alive and my great accidental stupidity.

    • Zojinjo

      Well, my shock was helping a friend out with his computer. I was replacing some parts when he turned it on to "See if it would do anything now" well, it did do something, but it wasn't really nice.. :)

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