Film Health


Sometimes I get blood noses, especially during the summer. One of those “I’ll mention it to the doctor next time” things. Occasionally it’s quite spectacular, such as recently when I got a blood nose in the shower. It was like my own personal Psycho.

Yesterday I came out of the shower, dried myself off, went to my room to comb my hair, and noticed a long streak of blood, from my neck, trailing down my torso. Ewwww. Had invisible vampires got me or something?

As it turns out I’d been a little overenthusiastic with my razor, and hit a mole on my neck, leaving blood spurting everywhere. Delightful. And a good trick, given it’s an electric razor.

Sorry, I didn’t have the presence of mind to take any photos.

By Daniel Bowen

Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek.
Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia.
Opinions on this blog are all mine.

6 replies on “Bloody”

Daniel – when you noticed the blood dribbling down your chest, did you hear the familiar orchestral string ensemble so popular with thriller movies???? I quite often hear them when the alarm goes off in the morning ;0)

All that blood lost? You must have been feeling weak. A good reason for a sickie and a status raising reputation for having a sickie to go to the Grand Prix.

A bleeding nose can be nothing at all (could be that your house is dry) or it could be something serious! (It’s probably not serious.)
Go to the doctor and get it checked out!

j :)

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