Discussion in 'General Polls' started by Snoo, Jul 9, 2017.
I've never had and I'm happy about this because I'm very scared of such operations
I had a piece of my hip removed that was used as a donor graft side into my left forearm. It was due to a break that didn't heal correctly. A few months later, they had to rebreak the arm, and use the donor site. Not a fun surgery, it hurt!!
Yah, stuck my hand in a lawnmower once and lost a fingertip (go ahead, laugh it up, fuzzballs) which required a bit of surge' to tidy up, and when I was eleven I had to go in for an undescended bollock.
Thanks for asking.
At least it wasn't the other way round mate.
I'm not gonna use the term 'lol', but that did genuinely make me Laugh Out Loud
I'm sure it's happened to somebody in the past. No matter how sharp and whirry something is, somewhere in the world there's a bloke prepared to see what happens when he sticks his dick in it!
Fixed for you
How did we end up discussing this on a coaster forum? The mind boggles...
[irrelevant]I can do that at will in my left shoulder. I've not tried to do it in over 3 years, because it started hurting. So yeah... I have other joints that over-extend, I used to be able to cross my legs over my lap on a B&M invert and can press the length of my thumb to touch my wrist. I've started doing physio with resistance bands for hypermobile joints to hold them in place in the last few years. Worried I'll need surgery later, especially worried if my wrists become a problem...[/irrelevant]
The only thing I've broken is my thumb, and they taped that up and it was fine. I didn't actually notice it was broken for a week and it's now permanently bent in the broken shape. Oh well. That was the only time I've been to the hospital since I was born.
I can't remember the last time I even went to the GP?
Thanks for your concern.
Thoughts and prayers for you at this difficult time.
I'll set up a Facebook page to gather some healing "likes".
I have never undergone any surgery and I won't want too.
Sending you my prayer, get well soon.
Had my appendix taken out in an emergency operation on Christmas Eve 2004. Spent the next three days off my face on morphine while I recovered. One of the more eventful Christmases I've had.
Ten out of ten for strange topics.
Because of several nose breaks in my youth, I had essential rhinoplasty to help me breathe properly when I was nineteen.
If I'd known they were just going to shoot a posh Black and Decker drill right up both nostrils while my head was in a bloody vice, I wouldn't have bothered.
The surgeon had the flattest nose I have ever seen...too much rugby apparently.
I now have a reasonably staight "squishy" nose, my mates kids love flattening it.
Separate names with a comma.