|finger frolicking olympics, open wound
Apr 2, 2008
I must say I am another huge fan. You have to be the kindest funiest gentlemen on the net. Ill gladly donate 100 buckeroos to do my part!Just say how!
My question is as follows. I have had a finger party (insertion inside a vagina). I routinely pick and bite at my cuticles. On occasion they bleed. Usually they just have little holes/divets/ peeled skin which appears to be supervicial. I searched the archives and you state that a wound must be open. You also state(keep it simple) that if blood can't get out then hiv can't get in. You say skin is not a mucous membrane. Does this still hold water. Specificlly I had one of these small wounds before I fingered a women. I purposely didn't stick that particular digit inside her. Regardless that finger got damp. My wound seemed to be superficial and it definitly didn't bleed. I picked it in the AM and the fingering was around 5pm. Nor was the women bleeding. My un-expert opionion is that I should not be worried. Please advise. You really make a difference in peoples lives,,,, wish I did! For the record you solely have caused me to reprioritize my life. All the best!!!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Frolicking Olympian,
Yep, my previous comments and assessments remain unchanged. Consequently, I wholeheartedly agree with your "un-expert" opinion: not to be worried.
Now regarding sending 100 buckaroos, the dictionary defines buckaroo as a cowboy. So exactly when will all these Western dudes be arriving and will they be wearing boots and spurs? Sounds like fun. I better make an extra large pot of chili and order more beer.
YIPPEE AYE YAY!!!
Be well and happy trails to you.
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