We've all had blisters, right? The most common causes are probably from some type of friction or rubbing, or from a burn. Basically, the skin forms a bubble filled with liquid that is designed to protect the damaged area. I think you're supposed to leave them alone...but you know you wanna pop it.

Apparently this fella burnt his hand (severely) while messing with fireworks. And I guess the medical professionals feel it is time to pop the blister and let the skin/flesh/wound underneath begin to heal.

My first thought was, what the hell are they gonna do that takes 11 and a half minutes? Just pop the thing, maybe remove some dead skin and move on. And that's why I am not a medical professional. There is a wee bit more to it. I was totally prepared to see just a bunch of fluid come out of this blister. I thought it would be no big deal. Let me just tell you that there is a little bit more than just fluid inside that big 'ol bubble. It's certainly not the grossest video in the world, but it's not something I want to watch over and over again. I'll just say this...it was a big surprising, and very interesting. Check it out.