Joining the club Mike! Just lay low for three or four days, keep taking the paracetomol, and you'll be back to normal (that's what worked for me).
Apart from that, the idea is brilliant and made me laugh so much! Nice one:)
about 1 year ago
Did you hear about the urologist that got fired?
He slipped and got the sack.
I may be joinging this club as well later this year. Great 'Life Badge'.
@Chris Young @James Nowland @Chris Herbert Thanks guys, feel free to rebound with own 'Life Badge' & story!
Here in Austin, TX there is a Urologist named Dr. Richard Chopp.
Proof: "There are more vasectomies to be done."
Buy a bag of frozen peas. Trust me, it was a life saver for me :)
@Phil Coffman dude that was EPIC!! He was born to be a Urologist!
@Kristopher Bazen & @Dennis Salvatier thx bros!!
@Craig Erskine word. they are a life saver! lol! thx!
Ha! Awesome badge, buddy! So rad.
@Emir Ayouni | Growcase| Growcase many thanks as always!!
by Wes Johnson
When I was in fourth grade, I got annoyed with a neighbor boy. He wouldn't stop laughing about something, and I guess it was something I didn't think was very funny at all, because (after several warnings I would do so) I punched him square in the forehead. He went home crying, and I went home none the wiser about my predicament.
Two or three days later, I was writing at my desk at school, and I noticed that my right hand was roughly twice the size of my left. I asked my teacher why this was, and he told me I needed to go home and talk to my parents. The next day we went to the hospital and I was told I had a "Boxer's Fracture," which seemed appropriate enough, and also sounded like the coolest fracture a person could get. However, it meant being in a cast up to my elbow for several months, and it also meant having to confess to my crimes and publicly apologize to the boy I'd slugged. Dang.
The funniest part about the whole ordeal was the number of adults who, upon hearing how I'd gotten my injury, proceeded to instruct me on how and where to properly punch a person (I.E. Nose or jaw before forehead, etc.). You'd think they'd have reprimanded me or something, but nope! Everybody just gave me advice on how to teach that kid a better lesson the next time. Thanks, grown-ups!
about 1 year ago
My hat off to you buddy.
by Mitch Barbour
On April 23, 2012 while my mom was grilling in her back yard an arrow flew out of the sky and hit her in the neck. The arrow, shot by a neighborhood boy, flew over two fences, went through a bush and a tree and passed between to two hanging plants before hitting her. It lodged between her jugular and carotid artery, actually rolling the jugular out of the way as it passed by, missing both by millimeters. She was airlifted to a hospital and underwent surgery. While doing CT scans a brain tumor was discovered.
Let’s fast forward a month… The arrow wound is healing nicely, basically a large puncture wound. She underwent brain surgery 3 weeks ago and the tumor was removed (it was benign). Today she is still recovering and getting better by the minute. The tumor would not have been discovered without the arrow, and while it was benign was starting to cause life-threatening issues because of pressure on the brain. The power of prayer was on full display during both ordeals. Hundreds of people poured out prayers from literally all across the United States. Doctors and visitors have told mom she was “lucky”. Her reply is “No, I’m blessed.” God is good all the time.
by Chris Biron
So back in 2009, I visited America for my first real time. (I went there as a child but was way too young to remember it) I was with my family and we had a really great time in Florida. I had just turned 17 the month before and I really wanted a tattoo and Miami has some really great tattoo parlors. Myself, my Brother and my Dad all got tattooed at the same studio (Tattoos by Lou) at the same time, there were only 3 artists so we took over the whole shop. All our tats took about 7 hours to complete so we just sat there all day talking with our artists and each other while getting inked. All the tats turned out great and we couldn't be happier. It is one of the best experiences I have had with my Brother and Dad and I will never forget it.
Check out the shot I rebounded and participate!
Also - http://lifebadges.tumblr.com/
8 months ago
This is funny but also makes me cringe at the same time! great work
6 months ago
@CreativeUnionDesign lol! As it should...it was not a fun time...lol!
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