Finger Ripped Open on a Fence, Phalanx Bone Exposed

Finger Ripped Open on a Fence, Phalanx Bone Exposed

Today’s edition of Best Gore Members Rock is brought to you by Best Gore member Speedotann. A girl friend of Speedotann ripped her finger while jumping a fence with a tear so deep, it exposed her Phalanx Bone. Phalanx Bones is a proper, anatomical name for finger bones:

These are pictures of my friend (Hot Chick) who mangled her finger climbing a fence! As you can see, her knuckle bone is exposed. She was climbing a chain linked fence when she slipped and snagged her finger on a jagged edge of metal. Not a cut but a rip of the skin. Happened back in November and it is still hurting.

Thanks a lot Speedotann for the pics. Does it work with girls the same as with boys – you use your left hand to give yourself a stranger?

Author: Vincit Omnia Veritas

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20 thoughts on “Finger Ripped Open on a Fence, Phalanx Bone Exposed”

    1. Wait what do you mean beautiful? Are you saying right handed women can’t use their left hand to “play air guitar”? Cause I thought that was only a problem for right handed men with a broken right arm…I always thought right handed women had no problem at all “playing air guitar” with their left hand.

  1. Now THAT’S a hand injury that requires some serious medical attention, unlike that post not long ago in which some high school kid got a little cut from some glass and had to be taken 80 miles to the hospital in a fucking ambulance.

    There should be a rule here on BG stating that any non-fatal injuries must show at least a little bit of bone or an internal organ or something.

  2. Looks more like a tendon to me. Reminds me of the time I had a similar accident. Just had a milisecond to appreciate the tendon before all the blood came out. I thought it was the bone, but since my fking finger was stiff I knew my flexor tendon had been lacerated.

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