I always knew my husband was 'the one' but it was only when he nursed me through cancer that everyone else saw it.
@Naughtyboob, I...can't tell if this is wholesome or part of the joke
@NinnyHammer, it's true, sorry couldn't think of anything funny lol
@Naughtyboob, eh I mean we could think of him nursing you with his nipples that’d be kinda funny
@Lostforwards, I suppose that would be, he gets annoyed at my obsession with giving him nipple cripples now that he can't get me back (I had mine removed-breast cancer-hence the user name)
@Naughtyboob, ☝️😀🤔 yeah I got nothing but congratulations though seriously
@Lostforwards, thank You!
@Naughtyboob, Your name is fücking awesome! Way to bring light to it all, the world needs more of that
@aRacistFunny, I'm glad you like it, no point crying over spilt milk, I'm alive, got some epic scars and it's given me a lot more confidence to do things with my life and not waste it!
@Naughtyboob, That's so cool to hear you have that perspective on it! That you're using the shït life throws at you as fertilizer. I've overcome darkness myself with comedy and dark humor as my M-16. So it's really cool to see others that have done it on a deeper magnitude
It sounds like it was one hell of a roller coaster, filled with growth and learning, and in a weird twisted kinda way, it almost sounds beautiful
@aRacistFunny, it's weird coz it was such a horrible thing to go through, but it's changed my life for the better. Work were horrible with me while I was going through treatment so I changed jobs, best thing I ever did and got an interview for a huge promotion tomorrow so I believe everything happens for a reason! I'm glad you have overcome your darkness, there's always light x (I like your "fertilizer" comment, good way of putting it!)
@Naughtyboob, Change and greatness seem to always be birthed out of the fires of horrible struggles. It's like it does something to awaken a strength and gratitude burried within people.
I appreciate your gratuity! There's definitely always light. The tricky part though is appreciating the dark
@aRacistFunny, there was plenty of darkness, trust me, but coming out the other side is such an amazing feeling, I'm still high risk for other cancers so I'm just going to live life to the full and cram in what I can while I'm here!
@Naughtyboob, fight on Survivor. Everyday is a victory. Funny how time is measured now by the laughs and smiles we give and receive everyday. My Wife and I got married a year after I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. We’re coming up on 3 years together and she has been My Rock.
@Snotty, congratulations on the wedding and I hope your doing well! We got married 4 weeks after I was diagnosed as we weren’t sure I would make it at that point, my husband arranged everything as I was really poorly and I wouldn’t change a thing it was the perfect day! And he has been my rock too, wiped my bum the lot lol! Really does show how much someone loves you when you go through something like that, we hadn’t been together long at the time but there was never any question of him not wanting to be there, he’s my best friend x
Or if they walk in wearing crotchless Samus Aran cosplay
You don’t know someone til you see what porn they watch.
“Have you ever read the works of Xan Yu?”
A week after we got back from our honeymoon, i was in the hospital with a gallbladder attack, puking and unable to move from the pain and couldnt use the shower for 3 days... 5 months later my hubby broke his ankle at work and was non-weight bearing for 3 months and i had to help him get in and out of the bath as well as grab anything for him
We had a fun first year
What did the dinner do to be poisoned?!
@Soupmoose, wrong place wrong time
“No, you do not truly know someone, until you fight them.”
@Sarcastic Wombat, Let our fists do the talking.