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  1. tenguatemypuppy is offline

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    I think I broke my liver...

    Seriously, I wake up with this terrible itching, and it's everywhere. I'm a pretty clean person, so I don't think it's anything parasitic, but liver damage seem pretty probable. I used to take assloads of Vicodin before those jerks at Kaiser (my HMO) gave me a medication that actually worked for the pain (a result of my temporomandibular joint disorder).

    I would love to find the tards who thought putting (liver damaging) Tylenol in a medication designed for severe pain was a great idea, and crack some of their limbs apart like lobsters, but right now I have to concentrate on getting used to hella needles.

    Stupid jaw. Stupid pharmaceutical companies. Stupid government for making hydrocodone-only products Schedule 2, but Schedule 3 if they add Tylenol.

    :(
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    Whatever you do, you do not want surgery for your tmj. If you think you are fucked up now...
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    I'm sure you've seen people say it before but GO SEE A DOCTOR!

    Or have a beer, the cool part about a broken liver is you stay drunk for a REALLY long time.
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    Broken liver, NOW that's funny.
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    I don't know, that sounds like a broken splean to me.
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    "Broken liver, NOW that's funny."

    You think broken organs funny! I once had my heart broken, and it was very painful...Crazy Canucks....
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    Oh yeah, I've had my heart broken before. Much less itching, many more broken knuckles, and subsquently, busted walls.

    Definitely not going under the knife for this, but every doctor I talk to has been strongly against this as well. At least they've got it half right. Surgery sucks.

    WhiteShark- Having a dad who has, his entire life, been a raging alcoholic, I know that all too well. One drink, hell, one sip, and he's slurring like a true drunk. It's actually pretty funny when he's not being a jackass drunk, and I have to keep him in line.

    So, anyway, speaking of alcohol, I'm gonna get hammered again tonight. Just like last night, in fact. Except this time with a friend. Maybe I'll take my Percs with my liquor, too, and with any luck, I'll keel over dead. Woo...
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    I just realized I'm gonna be getting totally twisted on Ash Wednesday, bwahahaha!

    Maybe I'll go see that movie about that pandering prophet everyone is talking about.
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    Re: I think I broke my liver...

    Originally posted by tenguatemypuppy
    I would love to find the tards who thought putting (liver damaging) Tylenol in a medication designed for severe pain was a great idea, and crack some of their limbs apart like lobsters:(
    Hey, sounds like you need to learn Lua, the ancient Hawaiian art of bone breaking!;)
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
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    Hehe...

    I think that would be unnecessary.

    However, this does pose an interesting question for your sadists out there: How much pressure would it take to crush a human skull and cause ones brains to shoot out the top, splattering against the ceiling in a most macabre fashion?

    I expect this to involve math, so get to work (because last time I checked, we all sucked at math).
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