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By  mr_aaaaaaaa  |  12


  junkman6  |  22

As a person who's had a lot of surgery in his life I remember what I say and do quite clearly. I just have no idea why I'm saying it. Of course my family being supportive also video tapes me every time I come to after surgery for new comic material.

  NeatNit  |  32

I don't get how this even happened? I recently also had a wisdom tooth removed, they just inject something that numbs the local area. what is the point of giving you drugs?

  Respect101  |  17

#70, some people get gas used on them, because they don't like needles. For me I would prefer gas, because I hate the feeling of the needle in me. However, the gas is not as reliable.

  JazNim17  |  18

I had all four removed at once, and they put me under (2 had broken the skin already) but I remember waking up and being absolutely infatuated with the ceiling tiles. So the part I am having trouble believing is that OP went to work that day.

  Jessj958  |  19

@83, I'm pretty sure OP didn't say anything about work lol. @85, yes I think it's safe to assume the dentist office seeing as OP just had wisdom teeth removed. :)

  moosetracks22  |  10

People react differently to drugs, and wake up faster than others. Some people also have a local anaesthetic or laughing gas so they remember more. I had laughing gas to take the edge off and then was given an IV. I remember waking up in the recovery room, but my friend didnt even remember walking out to her car once she got done.