Today at lunch, I got my flu shot. After it was done, the guy who administered it asked me to hold a little piece of cotton over the hole for a few seconds, to give it time to stop bleeding.
When he removed the cotton, I guess it was still leaking blood, since he apologized and covered it again.
The second time he checked under the cotton, he asked if I'm "a bleeder." I said that I probably am.
The third time, he said he'd never seen anyone bleed so much from a shot.
Apparently, they don't like using those little band-aids anymore, since some people are allergic to the adhesive. Eventually, the bleeding did stop, and I was on my merry way.
So, the conclusion: I'm not just a bleeder, I'm one helluva bleeder. If ever you see me walking down the street, please don't stab me. I've got a much better than average chance of bleeding to death.