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By Anonymous / Monday 30 July 2012 14:50 / United States
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  downtime  |  12

If you want compliments for things, earn them. Its your job to impress people if you want them to talk your shit up. I don't even know how many compliments I've had this year, because I don't really care...
...it was 0 :(

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  lonkite101  |  14

91- maybe OP lives in a secret territory of the USA that no one knows about that is in the middle of china. So when you get a shirt that says made in china, it means u.s. So isn't chinese new years like sometime near now?

By  SqueakyChipmunk  |  20

Huzzah!
You drink plenty of water, yes?
Is good!
Be happy!
Oh wait...
No other complements for year?
Is sad for you.
...
Why am I talking like this?
I've been watching too much Borat.

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  slurshies  |  11

I know that was suppose to be a rhetorical question but I can't help myself.. if you don't know, chances are nobody else does either. PS if you hadnt put that question at the end I definitely would have thumbed up... but you left me no choice

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  DocBastard  |  38

It is very possible to have blood in your urine. Otherwise the term "haematuria" wouldn't exist. The blood can come from any part of the urinary system - from the kidney to the urethra. Even a drop of blood can make the urine look bloody.

It drives me bat-shit crazy when people who don't know anything about medicine make ignorant statements regarding medicine.

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  Epikouros  |  31

I had bloody urine the day after I passed a gallstone. Which made me question everything I'd learned about human anatomy. But it was an unlucky coincidence.

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  Trisha_aus  |  15

36- yes, I'm a female, I'm very much aware of that, I just didn't want to use the whole "mixing" part..probably should have put it in other words, but when it mixes with it, your urine comes out...technically...bloody.

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  raraisbang  |  12

Mine actually contains quite a bit, but that's due to being slightly anemic. My sister has it worse, though. She had to have a few blood transfusions because she almost bled to death from her period.

On a happier note... Anyone want cookies? ;D

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