Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by RugbyReg, May 10, 2010.
Unless its a woman performing self defense
Now why would you want to do that? Isn't there enough info on this thread for you?
Sure is, it's scary how much info there is concerning this subject on a rugby thread!!
Booked in for tomorrow. Shitting myself.
Well I can imagine that would just make the procedure even more uncomfortable for all concerned...
Well, good luck yourmatesam, hope your bowels settle down and thanks for bumping this thread back to the top where it can be viewed by a whole new generation of GAGRs. Greatest. Thread. Ever.
Are you going to face your fears with only local anaesthesia, or drift through the procedure on the gas?
Good luck Sam. Make sure you have your frozen bag of peas to reduce the swelling.
I was back at work the next day so it's not as big a deal as you make out in your head.
It'll be right mate. Just do everything they say and prepare to relax.
Just stumbled across this in the what's new section. It's Gold!
I remember my first experience with this type of "procedure" was when I was about 12, my great uncle and grandpa told me, my brother and cousin were gonna go for a drive with them. Jumped in the back of the ute and headed up to one of the back paddocks. Long story short, as I was the biggest I got to hold one of the back leg ropes. I have no idea why I didn't ask what gelding a colt was before we got there - I was always such a curious kid. Not sure if I would've gone if I knew!
Another story, this time about a mate. He had the snip and took a couple days off work. The day he was due back he calls in sick. I asked him if his wheels were still sore and he said, no they're not too bad. I must've sounded like I needed more explanation so he sheepishly volunteers that he had put his back out. I asked him what the hell he was doing in the couple of days after the snip that would put his back out and he says, "I was trying to look at the stitches".
Apparently they mustn't have one of those little mirror thingys.
NO, SAM, NO. WE NEED MORE SAMS. PLEASE DON'T.
[USER=1509]barbarian[/USER] [USER=2428]Rob42[/USER] [USER=1770]Jets[/USER] [USER=1676]MrTimms[/USER] [USER=1539]Lindommer[/USER] Thanks for your support fellas, I'm sure it's not as big a deal as I'm making out at the moment. I'll sing out this evening when I'm able to.
[USER=1539]Lindommer[/USER] No more Sam's sorry mate, I've got enough Samantha's to keep me busy!
Amen brother. Three Timmsettes drove me to the knife. It wasn't worth the risk.
Probably best to get it out of the way now than during the procedure.
All over, got to have a general anaesthetic so it was all pretty easy really.
Beginning ice procedure now.
Good to hear Sam. Just make sure the little Samantha's don't jump on you. Can cause a bit of pain.
Well that would be me buggered then. My two ratbags seem to have a finely honed targeting system for kneeing me in the crown jewels every time they jump on the bed/couch etc.
well done Sam. It should be about a week before you stop looking like you just rode a horse across a prairie
The_Brown_Hornet, your signature is not helping when viewed on this thread
Been there, had that a few years ago now. Painful. Fucking painful.
Ambo drivers were joking that I'd be walking around in circles the rest of my life. Luckily, it was "saved" surgically, and now hangs regally in place suspended by a couple of new threads, never to do the twist again.
Although, I've always wondered what having massive balls would be like. Turns out: painful. Not to mention, being prodded by curious doctors in the ER of all sexes. Fun times. Even more hilarious was the GF's (now wife) call to my parents to explain why I was in hospital.
On topic, best of luck. And the greatest respect to anyone who has gone through with the procedure (on themselves, not others, and that means you, Cyclo!).
This reminds me of the time when Rod Marsh got hit in the nuts and when the doctor came out to treat him, he asked if he could remove the pain but keep the swelling.
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