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By Anonymous / Friday 12 June 2015 19:43 / United Kingdom - London
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My friend and I were joking around in the weeks leading up to my surgery about what I might say when I woke up. I turned that joke into a reality when I muttered the words: "Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!" Yes, they all laughed at me and I think trying to explain myself while still high on all the medication didn't make it any better

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My aunt was given some juice when she woke up from dental surgery. She then started yelling about how great the juice was and wouldn't shut up about it. It was so good she started to cry.

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I tend to have a really hard time waking up from the anesthesia. It takes me way longer to wake up then most. I also tend to cry when I wake up (which they say is pretty normal). It's this horrible mix of being absolutely exhausted and emotional. It's weird.

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Just had a recent knee surgery. Beforehand, the anesthesiologist came in to do a nerve block. He fiddled with the IV bag, then asked, "Are you feeling loopy yet?" I wasn't, so I said, "Oh, nope, I feel fine." Then he said it'd hit me in about 10 seconds. It was funny when it did, because the ceiling tiles started to shimmer and I started laughing saying, "Oh, I feel good now." Nothing was very funny when I woke up, though. I tend to have a bad reaction to anesthesia, so I was pretty miserable for a while in the recovery room. :(

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When I was being drugged up to get my wisdom teeth removed, I told the doctor that I was secretly a cat and proceeded to meow until I fell asleep. People do strange things while being doped up.

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