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So I'm binge watching the episode of GMM and GMMore right now. After watching GMM 1098 which is this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfDsiaDKxRk titled "Most satisfying video ever" or something around that and through the past episode. I've noticed how really cautious Rhett is about making Link handle the sharp things, but, I haven't seen why he doesn't allow it. I've always watched GMM and GMMore but I don't know why He doesn't allow him. Can someone tell me why?
Link has a history of being a little clumsy or absent-minded with sharp or otherwise potentially dangerous items on the show. I don't think I'm finding the most egregious examples at the moment, but here are a few --
Thanks, Victoria. I can't point to any specific incidents (I think most are a couple years back now) but I know there have been a few times Link's had hold of a knife on GMM/GMMore and it looks like the beginning of a PSA on how not to use knives, or one of those infomercials for a slicing gadget. I found myself wincing at the screen because of how close he was to cutting himself.
Thanks for explaining that, seeing how many examples, I can see how much time was spent, so thank you.
You're welcome! :)
Because, a Christmas a couple years ago link was cutting a barbie doll his daughter got out of its packaging with a knife and sliced his finger. His finger started bleeding and link passed out into his father in law's arms.
If you did not catch it Link handled a scalpel in the leave it in champagne episode. But for the record he was not left unattended with it. :D