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  KennKenn  |  16

I guess they all have different names. But that's just my guess :P But in all seriousness. Sometimes I can't even tell a guy from, say Japan to someone from China

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  KennKenn  |  16

75 - I can't tell if your asian. Must be a good thing too, Now kids can't say anything bad about where your from. But if your American, then I just wasted my time writing this.

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  ugliness  |  15

trust me, when your blood sugar level drops the scramble for sugar never really ends well :/ the room mate is a idiot, I'd probably die if s/he was my room mate

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  ilikeyouuu  |  15

I agree with 2. When my blood sugar drops, I still have enough time to eat or drink something to prevent any episodes. especially at my house... I could see it happening POSSIBLY one time, but three?! come on, now, you're just being dumb and I wouldn't help you, either.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  15

One time or three times - It's still a medical condition that needs attention. Way to be an ass. Even if OP had faked it or something, it's still not something to ignore in case it was real.

By  salooty  |  13

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  13

I don't know why your comment is so unpopular since it's fair. After the first time you could've made some effort to regulate your sugar or called for help if you couldn't. Your roommate isn't your minder. Take care of yourself because clearly no one else will.

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  allplayedout  |  13

for someone who is diabetic or hypoglycemic, severely low blood sugar (like the levels needed to pass out) very much impairs cognitive function. op may have been too incapacitated to fix the problem, and the fact that the roommate didnt even care enough to find help (even if he didn't want to do it himself) is just wrong.

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  yoholliday  |  13

i understand that completely. i'm diabetic and its harder than everybody thinks to keep your blood sugar at a good level. you explain it verywell ^^^^^^ thanks

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  13

I agree the roommate is an arse. All the more reason why OP shouldn't be relying on him for help. There's usually some symptoms before you get to pass-out level. To not prepare in advance for these episodes is dangerous. What if the roommate is away?

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  Po1ntBlank  |  13

agreed. people just think its so fucking easy for diabetics to manage everything. hell dome people even say they want disbetes so they cab get free candy. I'm like fuck if i could give it to you I would. I hate people who dnt take disbetes Seriousley. Srry about spelling I am on an iPhone

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  ugliness  |  5

they basically all come in black pouches :/ it's also important to consider that hypos are not usually easy to detect by the body, there isn't really a need for a blood meter unless you are under medical supervision or to double check

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  alakomonus  |  5

ugliness shut the fuck up.., op ydi because this fml is fake unless he's a complete idiot 1. a diabetic can FEEL when he's low 2. you dont pass out when your that low you go into a coma what was you bg? I would know seeing as I've had diabetes for nearly 11 years an I'm 15..... when I was 6 my bg went to 20 and I felt weak and blurry vision not pass out

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