It would have been better on the left hand, but at least the hand is still there. And who says hand tools aren't dangerous, some people can make any tool a danger.
I was adjusting the iron in my moving fillister plane after sharpening the iron so that it could easily take the shaving off pine end-grain. It is kind of a tricky because of the skewed cutter. You have to position it on the bed so it has a even depth across the blade edge and is also slightly proud of the plane edge. I was testing the how even the blade was projecting across plane sole by barely have the blade projecting as I tested each side by running a small piece of wood across the sole and blade. My mind must have moved on to checking how far from the edge the blade was and my eyes followed. That blade was really slicing through the wood like butter and it handled the finger did just the same.
So I did the usual swearing as I applied a death grip on the finger, picked up the first aid kit and presented it and myself to my wife. Took about an hour with my finger in an iced towel to stop the bleeding before we could bandage it.
Worst part of the whole thing is showered with a latex glove on and explaining at work what dumb thing I did now. I really need to start inventing some stories where my wounds are due to some heroic or noble event.