By Anonymous - 20/09/2011 23:54 - United States
Add a comment - Reply to : #
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
82) Sounds right 72) Ya, you're probaby right. I've heard they had them for dogs to but I haven't heard about humans yet. It's suppose to help the male with the psychological part of getting his testicles removed or something. I hope OP knows this situation doesn't makes him any less then a man and there is always adoption.
Sorry to hear about your cancer. Here are free tips on beating cancer. 1) grow a mustache... Not that shitty pencil thin kind or weak handlebar oh fucking look at me i have curly tips mustache... I'm talk full on Magnum PI 2) Don't ever play Dave Chappelle on street hoops for the xbox. He will not let you win
5 can go suck a fuck. OP, I'm so sorry to hear that. Best wishes. Maybe you can join "Remaining Men Together" and then Project Mayhem? No? In all seriousness, the doctor came off as an asshole, but a little comic relief is usually welcome in situations of high tension. Like being told you have cancer again. You're in my prayers, OP.
Comment moderated for rule-breaking.Show it anyway
Well now you can re consider changing sex ;)
I sort of agree with #158. Some jokes are tacky and in bad taste but a little light humour is a good thing. People seem to heal better when they have a positive demeanor. Generic moral outrage at people who joke or click YDI isn't worth one measly damn to OP. I've seen people here joke about rape, murder, and baby-punching but suddenly we're the have-a-heart crew? A sense of humour helped me deal with cancer more than maudlin sentiment ever did. OP's doctor is guilty of bad timing and a terrible punchline.
Sorry to hear about your cancer, OP. Best wishes.
Fucked up bro, hope you don't lose it