Well, I broke my finger surfing a month ago on a wipeout, so I tape it up reallygood like a catchers mitt, and can still surf if the waves aren't too huge or blown out. Haven't missed a sesh yet since the waves have been so small...
When I went to the rude orthopedic doc, he walks into the room, no eye contact, no smile, no introduce himself and he I guess looked at my age on the chart, saw I was female, and says, "how'd it happen, roll over in bed wrong?" jerk
So I said, "Yeah, while I was effing your younger brother" but I only said it in my mind. What a sexist and ageist jerk.
POTY nominee. metard was right. Queen mum is over 60 (but looks 40 and feels 25), this is like some of our moms saying this.
Originally Posted by metard
do you have a tv
or are you just watching the book case
POTY nominee. So excellent.
btw, we can use dis tread to talk Ebola now that the politicians and conspiracy theorists took over the "omg ebola in the us" tread.
Twenty years ago when I was 30 I had been sick of and on for 2 years and had been treated for all kinds of respitory illnesses. I couldn't sleep more than an hour or so before I would have to cough.I should of weighed around 160lbs and I had gotten down to125lbs.Finally one day I coughed up about a pint of blood. I went to the doc again and told him I was f*cking dying.They did a biopsy on my lung to figure out what was wrong and on Dec. 23rd I was diagnosed with a rare form of lung cancer (Merry Christmas). I was given a 10% chance of survival. The worst part to me was seeing my family's painful reaction. Long story short after 6 chemo treatments three weeks apart I was deemed cured with no long lasting damage to my lungs. It feels good to be able to breathe without coughing and to sleep at night! I know it may sound corny but everyday is a gift and especially if there are waves!