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Injury has ruined the poster I once was. Time for me to face the facts that I'll never be the same. It's been real guys. I hope none of you have to have this fate. God bless.
EDIT: Pic to come, having mobile issues.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by elite44 21 months ago
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
Brain injuries are nothing to joke about.
This is real, sorry for duplicate posts, my phone is also injured.
Thumb injuries suck.
Can't believe you are going to mock me in the state that I'm in, you'll feel bad once the pic loads.
That's why he has two. Keep posting priss...
Toe X-Ray tells no lies, I'm finished.
god, what a wuss
Career ender man, show some respect.
nope NWO doesn't quit.
My toe and my dreams are shattered, don't put that evil on me right now.
I hate stubbing my toe but I don't care to get an x ray.
Vicoden, Lortab? Om nom nom nom, you'll be fine
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Tramodol (sp?)....I dunno if it will be enough.
you're like disco inferno
Double up in hydrocodone and not only will the pain subside, everyone's posts will be funnier.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
It's a fairly strong drug, it's a longer lasting pain med, pretty typical prescription for a lower leg injury.
Works for pain but you won't feel that good feeling.
Yep, I thought he was referring to pain relief.
Damn, I didn't even get the good stuff for my ending.
Hydrocodine is awesome.
How is Bucknuts taking the news?
Dilaudid is better. Staph infection I had in hospital initially required no pain meds, then had tylenol, then vicadin, then morphine, then dilaudid (2 units, each unit equals 7 units of morphine). When given through IV, they are required to do a "slow push", to try and prevent addiction. Had 1 nurse not pay attention and she just put it in like she was powerwashing her car. Talk about feeling like I floated off the bed, at the same time that I felt like I was sinking into it
Edit-in response to the captain
This post was edited by michagain 21 months ago
who cares, they are busy worrying about all these future flips having spots.
Bout time you leave
Elite, all you need is a neck pill. You will be fine.
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