Thread: Ow.(Why did I do that?)
05-15-2009, 11:23 PM #11
0Originally Posted by The Red SeverumSIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-15-2009, 11:26 PM #12
Yikes! That sounds painful but incredibly funny, had I been there in person I would have been the friend that has to leave due to excessive giggling.
When I was 11 or 12, I was on a rocky beach with two of my friends. One of them was carrying a huge rock and slipped and fell, compeltely crushing his finger. It was all mangled and gushing blood everywhere and all I could do was sit down and laugh hysterically... my other friend panicked and dragged him back to the house (2 minute climb up a muddy embankment) He now has a crooked finger and I still think it was funny (though I did feel bad for him, I swear!)Lindsay
05-16-2009, 12:11 AM #13
those stupid trees sticking their branches where they don't belong hope you take a saw back with you to it lol55 Gallon Freshwater
05-16-2009, 12:23 AM #14.................. Arowana
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Wow! Seems like you have had quite a painful month. Hope you get better soon!
05-16-2009, 02:12 AM #15
I had some steak for dinner. That was a chore.
And by that I mean all spots of my mouth hurt except a small part on my right side.SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-16-2009, 02:58 AM #16
I can't breath through my nose, which is a pain.(no pun intended)SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-16-2009, 03:01 AM #17
Ouch! Feel better. I hope you heal up quick.
05-16-2009, 03:05 PM #18
well last night I woke up and I mynose began running. Thinking it must be blood I grabbed I kleenix and wiped my nose And was overjoyed to discover regular snot!
On the other hand my whole face feels swollen And I can't open my left eye all the way. Every paet of my mouth hurts and I have to hang my mouth open like an idiot and now it's etting all dried out unless I'm drinking constantly. And it hurts to swallow so drinking constantly is a real pain in the arse.
I've had more time to think about the accident and the last thing I remember was running up to the tree think "I'll run underneath it!" I didn't see the branch cause I was running up hill and I had a hat on. The next thing I remember was lying on the ground with my hands on my face and the following thoughts went through my head:
Uhhg, I guess I didn't make it.
There was a branch there, Why didn' I see it.
This is really painful
I can't wait till I'm in the hospital."
So I've determined that I hit the branch then fell backwards Landing on a root which is why my back hurts. I'm lucky my head didn't hit the ground as I probably wouldn't be typing this right now if it did.
I was running as fast as I can too, mostly because this was the first time I really got to run since I broke my finger. Everybody else was probably not giving it their all cause it was just an exercise but I was like "screw it, how fast can I do this?"
I'm sure I did a comedic little flip/slide thing where my legs and body kept moving and my face stayed on the tree.SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-16-2009, 08:19 PM #19
UUgh. I can't really open my left eye. My glasses keep falling off.SIX OR MORE MAN TO THE RESCUE!
05-17-2009, 07:27 AM #20
0Originally Posted by kaz
I'm nauseas, I'm nauseas, I'm better.
You would be amazed at how simple things can affect you. I got thrown by a horse and couldn't move for three days. My boyfriend came to stay with me. He had to help me sit up, stand up... get dressed. He was a trooper. I was in constant pain for a year even though thousands of dollars of xrays said nothing was wrong.
I went to a holistic doctor (she uses this body scanner designed by NASA) and she asked if I had been a serious car accident. The fall had stirred up the Herpes Zoster Virus that I didn't know was in my back (Adult chicken pocks). That was my pain... and had shifted my spleen, heart and right lung (why I had trouble breathing and heart palpitations) after some homeopathic drops I'm pain free.
I hope you don't have any permanent damage ;) Get better soon so you can go beat up that tree for punching you when you were not looking.75 gallon project
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