I didn't realize getting glued to a toilet seat could cause diabetes. A man was Super Glued to a toilet seat for 20 minutes at a Colorado Home Depot, an apparent prank of teenagers. Two years after the incident, he claims the gluing has caused post-traumatic stress, triggered diabetes and heart complications. He is now suing Home Depot.
Meanwhile, in Pennsylvania, a judge has ordered a woman to pay her ex-boyfriend $46,200 for using glue to exact revenge. One morning, he woke to discover she had "used Super Glue to stick his genitals to his abdomen, glued his buttocks together and spelled out a profanity on his back in nail polish." She then kicked him out of her home without any clothes where he carefully walked for a mile before getting to a phone at a gas station. I imagine he was very careful on his walk. Very careful indeed.
But she wasn't the first person to think of this. A woman in Oklahoma used an entire bottle of glue on her ex-husband. Apparently she found a pubic hair on her vibrator that belonged to someone else, so she glued his left testicle to his left leg. An entire bottle!
Got something stuck to you with Super Glue? Use acetone based fingernail polish remover. Be sure to test it in a safe area first: acetone will eat varnish, some fabrics, etc. I know this from personal experience. Because of me, a coffee table once had to be resurfaced. Another time, I accidently dripped acetone based nail polish on mom's nighty (oops, did I ever tell you about that Mom?), melting a nice big hole in it. It's also not a good to expose your skin to it for a long period of time. However, it's better than having something (scrotum, etc.) permanently stuck to yourself. You can also try body lotion.