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By Emily / Wednesday 5 December 2012 17:55 / United States - Boston
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91 - Yes, thank you. I know now... English isn't my first language, Russian is. But I just got confused for a second by the different meanings of "call" (telephone or in person). I do deserve a facepalm, lol I'm embarrassed. I was just concerned if 44 was calling me ugly, but looks like 95 believes he didn't.... not that it bothers me. I was just wondering why would he say such thing.

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97- You can tell it was in person, because she goes on to say that he patted her. English is the one of -if not the hardest- language to learn correctly.

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Sorry didn't mean to frighten you. You said you are Russian, which means you are Christian orthodox. Your user starts with X. I am also orthodox and the only name I know that starts with an X is Xenia. I don't actually know you, I was just doing some detective work. That's why they call me Ryuzaki!!

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You know, that's the first thing I thought of when I saw that scene, way back when I was little. Padmé: "blablabla, whine, breaking my heart" Anakin: "No- I'm breaking your neck." *Force choke* He really should've said that.

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23- I was having oxygen while they sorted out whether or not it was pneumonia. While laying there, I fell asleep, and the oxygen mask fell off my face. My dad tried to wake me, but couldn't. I was unconscious, not breathing. Had he not try to wake me, I would've silently died. OP's boyfriend shouldn't be so lighthearted. I guess I'm getting thumbed down for not being funny. Oh well.

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I feel for you, 83. I think our cases were both very severe but also very different. My doctor looked at an MRI to determine if I needed surgery, and said that I didn't. Unfortunately, he had looked at an old MRI, and I was nearing death. Thank God his intern noticed. If they had waited a day or two longer, a fluid developing in the right side of my chest would have pushed my lungs and crushed my heart, causing a slow, painful death. I ended up having to be carried around on a tray in excruciating pain as a tube literally sucked the fluid out of me. I had literally no desire to eat or drink for a week and a half, and basically lived off IV's. I had a central line coming out of my chest after it was all okay, and I had to go get it removed. I expected to be put under or something, but the doctor just grabbed it and yanked it out from under my skin. I don't think I've ever screamed so loudly in my life, that was undoubtedly the worst pain I ever felt.

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That's so weird! When I had a central line, I was put under for removal, though it only took about 15 minutes. And no, Mr Barkrey, no monitors. Shoddy healthcare FTW!

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