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Dislocated Soulja
#21
"Treehugger" Wrote:So according to her the majority of this forum is "too old for this s**t?! Guess we'll all have to take up golf instead then Wink

Nooooooooooo!
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#22
"sirromj" Wrote:Nooooooooooo!

Not a golf man then? Couldn't agree more! Wink
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#23
Ok, so it's not my shoulder, but I'm off the bike again for some time due to just having had a trabeculectomy,
that's a bit like having a hole poked into your eye to allow the fluid within to drain and reduce the pressure
so that my retina doesn't stop working. I've currently got stitches in my eyeball!

Here's a not-very-smiley pic of me this morning, the op was done yesterday and I was home by 5pm. Had to
return this morning for post op session and the surgeon is happy with me.

resim

Can someone edit Sirromji's post above so it's not soooo long, it's messing with the screen layout.
Keep it foolish...
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#24
You need a black patch then borrow one of my budgies and pretend you are a pirate?
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#25
"alkali" Wrote:Can someone edit treehuggers post above so it's not soooo long, it's messing with the screen layout.
He is such a nuisance !
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#26
"alkali" Wrote:Ok, so it's not my shoulder, but I'm off the bike again for some time due to just having had a trabeculectomy,
that's a bit like having a hole poked into your eye to allow the fluid within to drain and reduce the pressure
so that my retina doesn't stop working. I've currently got stitches in my eyeball!

Here's a not-very-smiley pic of me this morning, the op was done yesterday and I was home by 5pm. Had to
return this morning for post op session and the surgeon is happy with me.

resim

Can someone edit Sirromji's post above so it's not soooo long, it's messing with the screen layout.

That sounds hidious! Were you awake while they were cutting into your eyeball? Hope it was successful and you heal up soon.

And done, don't do that again Sirromj ??)
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#27
Not awake, I had general anaesthetic which was kinda cool, I'd hoped it would make me a bit stoned or something interesting but instead I went from wide awake to totally asleep with no transition period at all. So that was a bit boring. The next thing I knew was the nurse was rubbing my thighs patting my hand and saying 'wake up', it was just like waking up in the morning but without the benefit of a snooze button. I was momentarily slightly confused as I asked the nurse 'what time is it?' but I said it in German, which is weird as my German skills are seriously poor at the best of times. But I can't have been too wasted as I remember the conversation. Less than 2 hours later I was on the train home.
Keep it foolish...
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#28
Do you have a budgie Breezer?
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#29
2, were my parents till they moved to Newcastle
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#30
i like a cockatoo
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