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By blahdyblahblah33 - / Sunday 3 July 2011 00:22 / United States
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  manMadeFAIL  |  8

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  xalerion  |  8

it's a common current policy that tonsils are no longer removed except in cases that the patient would has a strong possibility of acquiring symptoms that would greatly affect their quality of life due to the new data and information they have on the tonsils and their purpose and effect on the development of the body and it's immune system. in surprised you had yours taken out op. hope all is well.

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as much as id love to post a proper reply here, fml isnt letting me. i will say though, the response to my comment is somewhat surprising, and i have no doubt few or none of you have actually done any research to see if i was actually incorrect.

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  KingGeorgeGal  |  8

I'm sure 147 was just trying to help? Do you all seriously have to gang up on him? Leave it alone, if you didn't like his comment, thumb it down, don't try to start a fight. It's FML people have their own views, who says his wasn't correct? or incorrect? Chill.

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  igotnolegs  |  15

1% is kinda high when you think of it. Getting your tonsils out is a very common thing. This happens to 1 of every 100, thats quite a lot of people. Think about it.

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  brookalyn  |  15

i got mine out when i was five because they were constantly infected :/ i thought it was common as i know loads of people without them... but maybe thats just Australia for you :D we are a tough nation :)

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  SunDropGirl  |  15

I just got ny tonsils put 2 weeks ago my throats a little sore still but I'm getting better ad they told me that bleedig was possible but VERY rare apparetly 1% but they said as long as you eat soft foods so it doesn't scratchthe scabs off in the back it should be fine. on my first night home I threw up blood but they said it was normal if this is OPs case he is fine. it's only bad if they throw up a blood clot.

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  CateXOX  |  34

53- Everyone on the FML app is over 18, just like everyone reads the terms and conditions when signing up for something, right? Also, if you weren't aware, the internet has no restrictions or age limits.

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  a_nutritionist  |  34

@61 yeah only losers read terms and conditions when signing up for something...right? so i need you to sign this piece of paper, dont worry about reading it, its just a bunch of T&C's and nobody cool reads those, especially since theyre only legally binding contracts.

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  CrazyGirl445  |  34

oh you are all dumb. ok you have to be 13+ to have any Facebook Twitter Fml etc. yes there are internet rules that help protect minors and dome websites create their own.

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  gangssaboo  |  34

At 74, there's a big difference between a legally binding contract and terms and conditions for downloading an app. Quit being annoying, your ruining the fun of FML.

By  iAmScrubs  |  29

You can never be too sure about those things. Febreeze gets rid of 99.9 percent of odors but there is still that mysterious 0.1 percent odor looming in the distance. Sometimes I have nightmares about this.

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  iAmScrubs  |  29

That is how I picture 2012 happening. All of those 0.1 percent germs coming together and saying "You tried to kill us but you couldn't!" They then attack humans and kill everyone.

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  CateXOX  |  29

This reminds me of ShayCarl talking about the 0.01% germ that gets left behind on your hands after using sanitizer, and how that 1 super-germ will rise up and kick your ass.

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  kybabyy  |  14

That happened to me as well, but I wasn't worried about my sheets. I was afraid to go to sleep because it feels like you're going to drown in your own blood :/

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