Once in a while, though, the Quick-Serter gives me a bit of a problem. Like last week, when the sticky stuff somehow got stuck to the walls of the Quick-Serter. Instead of hearing a happy SHWOOP when I pressed the Quick-Serter button, I heard an odd FWOP as the needle went partially into me and the tape adhered to both me and the Serter. I peeled everything off as best I could, reloaded it back into the Serter and tried again. Of course, it seems that particular site had a mad crush on the Serter, because once again to clung to it for dear life.
So now I had a decision to make. I could waste the site and start over with a new one. Or I could try, for the first time ever, to insert in manually. I decided to be very
When it came time for my next site change, I thought about the manual insertion I had done last time. And I thought about how it might be nice to know I don’t have to depend on the Quick-Serter. So once again, I did a manual insertion. It went well, but it definitely hurt more than when I use my Serter. But you know what? I think I’m going to keep inserting my sites manually from now on. Because in some lame way, it makes me feel kind of Bad-Ass. And who wouldn’t want to feel a little more Bad-Ass?