Cheers to that
From personal experience... tears do not make good lubrication to make cheeks clap...
@seeUpee, try WD40 next time, guarantee lightning and chemical burns
@seeUpee, sorry about that, I didn’t mean to try it on your family..... I really am sorry but hey enjoy your new Ferrari
@Dephenistrator, sounds delicious!!! I already love WD40
@seeUpee, oh man, it's one of my go to's like duct tape!
@seeUpee, prove it
@Dephenistrator, I go thru cans of it a month! It works on everything! My tools, my truck, my job... specialist WD40 with silicone is my all time favorite! Have one in my toolbox at all times
@DrSin, Ferrari? How pretentious you think I am? Give me a black edition GT-R and you can have me
@seeUpee, oh .... wrong family, wrong gift ....... whoooops, well ummmmmmmm my bad brb
@seeUpee, nice! I bet if you had a smooth enough basketball court and sprayed the crap out of it with WD40, it would be an ice rink for sneakers. That stuff is magically lubricated
@seeUpee, ohhhh!!!! That's why anime girls have crazy boob physics! WD40 braless boobs should fly around like crazy!
@seeUpee, ok.... so that family I sodomised is no longer alive, and that car I had, is now full of coke, and being chased down Malibu .... sooooo yeah I’ll see you next time you make a blood oath
@DrSin, now that's a real dowry!
@seeUpee, also, blood does not make a good lubricant, either.
Don’t ask how I know this, you’ll regret knowing.
@I Are Lebo, I mean... I had sex when the chick was on her period... and I agree with you
@seeUpee, I cut my dick while masterbating once. It didn’t hurt, so I finished.
@I Are Lebo, Ahahaha what in the world? I want to ask how but better not
@seeUpee, my nail caught on the skin. I have no idea why it didn’t hurt, but it bled a lot.
@DrSin, Please tell me you're going to give him a GT-R with a Sentra motor in it.
@I Are Lebo, i have nonstop back pain, and i noticed during masterbation or sex i can't feel it for a while. Some kind of adrenaline kicks in like crazy
@Dephenistrator, I also have incessant back pain, but I have a few distractions good enough to divert my mind to it, but given how much the cut bled, it probably should have stung like hell. It didn’t hurt afterwards, either. Healed up after a couple days.
@Dephenistrator, out of curiosity, what’s your back issue? I have minor degenerative disc decay, as well as stenosis.
@I Are Lebo, ouch, that's not fun stuff.
No doctor i have went to has ever acknowledged it specifically rather chiropractors have. Doctors just note my muscles are tense and inflamed like crazy and never even prescribe an xray. My chiropractors xrayed me and everything else and i have arthritis badly at the second highest spinal bone started from whiplash from a car accident when i was a kid. I have some minor damage to my mid back that's not very relevant anymore but from when i pulled my back working freight. I recently got arthritis started at the base of my spine near my pelvis from bad posture and a short leg. The curvature of my foot collapsed last year as well so i have foot pain. Whatever the Whiplash did it also has offset the way my head leans, or well it does lean to the right a bit now. That has increased blood pressure above my neck and lead to extremes on both ends of headaches from pressure and dizzyness from lack thereof.
@I Are Lebo, people keep telling me to see a doctor for a better fix than chiropractic adjustments and i do and they don't identify anything is wrong. The pain used to be so bad in my neck i was bed ridden and it still seared when i was 19-21 years old. I cursed life and considered suicide thinking my life was over and no doctor could or would help me because i was young. One free chiropractor appointment later my life started to slowly change into something manageable and to no coincidence i started dating and met my wife and things got better from there
@Dephenistrator, I bounced around from specialist to specialist because my pain started small and grew gradually. When I was 14 it manifested as pain in my lower left leg. Over the years it spread up to cover the entire leg, then the lower back, and now it’s up to mid back, and I’m 32. I didn’t get a diagnosis until I was in my early 20s. I had xrays, ultrasounds, MRIs, catscans, nerve conduction tests, psychological evaluations, muscle tests, blood tests, you freaking name it. Most of them were either “inconclusive”, or “showed nothing”. Some of the doctors gave me diagnosis that were directly contradicted by other doctors. I’ve been through physio four times, each with diminishing results before I give up and stop going. My leg goes through ups and downs where it’s so sensitive to pressure it gets weak due to not being used. I’ve had periods of time where I’ve walked with a cane, most recently this past July when I visited Israel. I wouldn’t have been able to make it without support.
I’ve been surviving off of distractions, medicinal marijuana, and painkillers that I try to not use because I already have a fatty liver and I don’t want to screw myself in that way.
I’m glad you were able to pull things around. I can only hope something similar comes my way.
@I Are Lebo, shít that sounds almost like polio or some shít in slow motion. I'm sorry things are still getting worse. I hope medical science can flip that around in due time. If i had to guess at possible causes (poorly guess, as I'm sure I'm not a medical expert) if it isn't a disease or condition, it could be too much weight on one side ir a weak side and damaging things upwards as you contort yourself to manage pain. I did that and had a spat where my rib went out of place and i didn't even realize it was happening until things got severe.
As a side note, i don't like listing my exact age online but I'll say we are pretty much the same age. You probably remember the pre-facebook era where you were taught not to put personal information online to be used against you, i never relented that mentality.
@Dephenistrator, when I think I have things wrong with me I open up my ear a little bit and just hearing someone else struggles, makes me shut right up. Life is good man! Never let go of that right there. I’m glad you got out of that hole. Suicide is not the answer, it never is. No matter how bad your life gets there is always a brighter day. Glad you got it manageable and I’m happy the family makes it worth it man. I already said it on here but I was born with out jugular veins. My folks didn’t know if I would live past 13 when your body starts to mature. Luckly for me my parents brought me to the best country in the world and got me the best medical attention. Argentina wanted to hook me up for the rest of my life to a machine to have enough blood pressure going to my brain. Here at Mayo Clinic they did a bunch of test, and saw countless doctors. Concluded my colateral veins could do the job, but it wasn’t certain. It was all going to be a risk
@Dephenistrator, there is even a book written about me from a famous doctor at Mayo Clinic bc he still couldn’t quite explain it how I was still alive. I have a normal life and look and act like everyone else. Here I am still kicking!!! When they tell you at 10 years old that you will die you need to be hooked to a machine for life it will change everything about you. Have to stay strong man! Life is worth living! Life is beautiful! Have to have the rainy days to enjoy the sunny ones!
@seeUpee, holy crap you were born without jugular veins!?!
@seeUpee, i totally agree about life problems. Every time i feel particularly screwed i hear there are other with it just as bad or worse. Either health wise or just life wise. Life is a struggle for all of us, it's possibly our biggest unifying factor
Spit is the preferred body fluid lube