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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TorontoReign, Sep 16, 2022.
You can have that here if you want. I would be down.
Tooth ache, leg cramp, or getting kicked in the nuts extremely hard. All are pure hell. Tooth ache is the worst of the three because that shit persists until you get it fixed.
Kalin's most painful moment - getting banned by the jew admin LMAO!
Getting my nuts stomped on and turned purple as a kid had to be up there at least as a kid.
I'll tell you what the most painful moment of my life was. Getting banned from Handocord AGAIN! He's obviously drinking again and not in a correct frame of mind. Will you please talk some sense to that dumbfuck Boss? PLEASE?
I will talk to Hando but I think there might be some terms that would need to be followed closely in the deal. I need to take Jensen to the vet though.
Apparently you made your own bed and now must sleep there or something.
I had a gastric bypass, didn't ask for any painkillers because the first nurse didn't pay attention to me when I complained about the pain so I just assumed I wasn't entitled to any. Doctor then congratulated me on how well it went because I didn't ask for any painkillers so it must have meant I felt no pain. Eating and drinking hurt for a whole month.
Also I had a cavity filled out recently, had to endure a month because the medical insurance has shit service when it comes to appointments for dental stuff.
Ooh I got two good ones! Last year I passed a kidney stone while I was at work by myself late at night. Legitimately starting getting delirious from the pain and had to call my girlfriend to pick me up and drive me to the ER. Probably the most painful single moment of life, was vomiting and convulsing couldn't walk. They gave me something that helps you pass it and when it came out it was like the size of a grain of sand. Some people pass like big ones I can't even imagine, I think if I had a gun on me I probably would've just offed myself it was awful.
The other one was just last July I broke my leg/ankle in two places. Most painful event like total in my life but not as bad as the peak kidney pain but that was over in one night and I'm still kind of in pain right now. I got smashed at a work party at my boss's house and tried to walk home or something and ended up trying to climb a fence. Pain probably would have heen worse if I wasn't completely shitfaced. Almost developed a opiod problem after due to the painkillers, definitely could see how people get addicted to that shit. Still walk with a limp and in physical therapy.
I hope I never have a kidney stone. I know two people who had them. One is a woman I worked with and she said it was worse than labor and giving birth. The other was one of my brothers, who woke the entire house up in the middle of night screaming in pain.
I had a very small amount of pain when the British NHS removed part of my bowel. They asked had I asked for general anaesthetic or local.
I shrugged because I was feeling macho.
They stuck several instruments up may arsehole to carry out the procedure.
The sarcastic fuckin 'surgeon' said. " You now have a semi-colon. Cunt.
This proves my theory that everyone loves to talk about themselves.
Oh so it’s YOUR theory?
Someone called me a narcissist. I told them to fuck off and not bother me while I was taking selfies.
when i was a kid i got osteomyelitis in my right tibia and lost 95% of the bone, if i didnt get into hospital when i did i would have had to have had my leg amputated
kinda blows i didnt lose my leg, wouldn't mind have a peg leg
What’s your leg like now? Is there a visible difference between your two legs?
I suffer for mankind.
oof kidney stones. One of the dudes I used to play WoW with had chronic kidney stones. It was a genetic thing. He described how he had to crunch them into smaller shards in his pecker by pulling it out and hammer fist punching his pecker on the bathroom counter.
No. Just no. NO!
i used to have a pretty big scar from the surgery but it has mostly faded now, other then that not really.
it feels different though, like where the scar was it feels like there is some stuff missing which makes sense i guess.
the two weeks before i went into hospital was the most pain ive ever felt, and worst bit is nobody believed anything was wrong because it didnt show up on xray or ultrasound until it had take 90% of the bone so for 2 weeks i was writhing in agony whilst being yelled at and called a liar, fun times.
Damn that sucks. I feel bad for all the people out there in actual pain that can't get the pain meds they need because of the crackdown on drug seeking drug addicts vis-à-vis oxycontin.
When I broke my hand a few years ago I didn't take any painkillers, I just sucked it up and eventually the pain went away. The bones make a cracking sound when I flex my hand now, such is life.