Every day, hundreds of thousands of elderly people all over the United States take their blood sugar measurements using finger stick devices, sometimes more than once a day, and I'm guessing without a complaint 99 percent of the time. My father had his blood sugar tested twice a day for the last several years before he passed. He never complained, even when we screwed up and were unable to get a reading and had to pop that needle into his finger again. And, sometimes, Again.
This guy has tats all up and down his arms, but "finger sticks are a real challenge?" What the hell? Talk about Selective Sensitivity. Some idiot in a dirty tattoo parlor can work a needle and ink into his skin for hours, but he finds it a "challenge" to prick his finger with a tiny pin? Seriously, buddy, put your Big Boy pants on and man up. This is a First World Problem if ever I saw one.