doctor yuk

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  1. 358 winchester

    358 winchester New Member

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    I am off to the city today for one of them yearly visits that I hate. TEST the poke they prod they stab and they jab you all day long then they say OK you can have something to eat & drink now. Last year when I went in I got in the conner and stood on my head so that when the doctor he would be surprised. It didn't work he glanced at he and said "good morning Mr. Lee I see that you are feeling normal today" and that was it didn't see him again for a month. :confused::eek::mad:
    Talk with you when I return.
     
  2. Popgunner

    Popgunner Active Member

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    I'll have that image of you upside down & in the corner in my head now:eek:

    Let us know how you did.
     

  3. WomenofCaliber

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    I hope everything goes well! Let us know!
     
  4. Don't let that doc remove any essential parts, Ron. I think Detroit discontinued your model and parts may be unavailable. :D;):p
     
  5. 358 winchester

    358 winchester New Member

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    Well this is the second year that the doctor sent me home without a couple of days in the hospital so I must be returning to normal:D
     
  6. Teejay9

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    Good Lord, I feel your pain. I count the days in horror until my next visit to the Urologist:eek::eek::eek:. An RN once told me, "getting old is NOT for sissies.":eek::eek: TJ
     
  7. armedandsafe

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    NORMAL? God help us all.

    :D:D:D

    Pops
     
  8. Vladimir

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    They aren't just for the old :p. Luckily I can say I prevented anything too painful, of course at the cost of normalcy... but I know I don't have anything serious so that's what counts. But I digress...

    Congrats on another year 358, let the next be just as "normal"? lol
     
  9. flannelman

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    Well I'm glad all went well. Here's to another year!
     
  10. That was why Detroit discontinued Ron's model, Pops. They never could get the computer to work properly. Instead of normal fuel, it kept demanding pickled quail eggs, SPAM, potted meat, and far, far too many beans! :eek::D;)
     
  11. 358 winchester

    358 winchester New Member

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    Pistolenschutze You forgot the grilled tree rats, Jalapeños soup, as well as the pickled pigs feet. all fit food for a king :D
     
  12. Popgunner

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    Failing your emissions tests Ron?
     
  13. catfish83861

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    NORMAL?:eek: My god,when did that occur?:confused:;) Well anyway glad your back at home.:D Take care Ron. catfish
     
  14. 4EvrLearning

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    Whether you're "normal" or not, 358 (and I can see that the jury is still out on that one ;) ) I'm glad the doc sent you home! Excellent news....stay healthy, friend! *hides all live wires*