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Old 10-01-2019, 03:06 PM   #21
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I guess the wife won that argument....
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Old 10-01-2019, 03:08 PM   #22
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I guess the wife won that argument....
Most definitely!! Got into a fight with a broken toliet

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Old 10-01-2019, 03:11 PM   #23
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Most definitely!! Got into a fight with a broken toliet

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that $hit is sharper than razor blades.....once broken I make it into small enough pieces to fit in a 5 gallon pail or garbage can to move around, carrying big pieces is just asking for trouble as you found out...and wear eye protection when breaking it up..
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Well so far in this thread the score is toilets - 2, plumbers - 0. Yeah, broken ceramic anything is razor sharp. Messed up part of mine was that it wasn't even broken until I broke it. I didn't feel like getting my hacksaw or sawzall and cutting the one corroded bolt to remove it so I just broke out around the one bolt. That's not going to happen again.
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Obviously not as bad as Chonkie’s cut, but we might as well keep adding to the thread.

Dang it! There’s that piece of skin that belongs on my finger.
That cut location sucks, reminds me of the time I wasn't paying attention while installing an air handler above a tub and it slipped in my hands and the sharp seam cut me open along each finger joint. Used to always have little cuts all over my arms and hands when I did a/c work.
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ok heres a few from my hand and shoulder surgery...yeah im a hairy fker, but the women have something to hold onto for the ride..LMAO...
let me tell you how painful it was to pull the tape off where they didnt shave...
Damn, now that looks like it sucked. What did you have done and what caused you to need those surgeries?
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Damn, now that looks like it sucked. What did you have done and what caused you to need those surgeries?

cause..lots of hard work for many years...


monday I had trigger finger and carpel tunnel on my right hand


wendnesday ( same week) I had right shoulder surgery, they repinned the bicep, big tear in rotator cuff, repinned a muscle on top and sewed up some other tears...it was chop meat.....


then 6 weeks in a sling and couldnt use my right arm for anything..try wiping your a$$ weak hand..it aint that easy...
it sucked having both hand and shoulder done together. but it was only 1 recovery time..that was back in febuary of this year and im still healing in the shoulder...
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cause..lots of hard work for many years...


monday I had trigger finger and carpel tunnel on my right hand


wendnesday ( same week) I had right shoulder surgery, they repinned the bicep, big tear in rotator cuff, repinned a muscle on top and sewed up some other tears...it was chop meat.....


then 6 weeks in a sling and couldnt use my right arm for anything..try wiping your a$$ weak hand..it aint that easy...
it sucked having both hand and shoulder done together. but it was only 1 recovery time..that was back in febuary of this year and im still healing in the shoulder...
Take care man. I don't have the years experience as you but I've had complete pec tear and acl tears from sports. Man look up bpc157 peptide shots. YouTube or google the reviews. It cuts recovery time in half, you will thank me later. Get well

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Take care man. I don't have the years experience as you but I've had complete pec tear and acl tears from sports. Man look up bpc157 peptide shots. YouTube or google the reviews. It cuts recovery time in half, you will thank me later. Get well

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that almost sounds like prp shots( platelet rich plasma)...I have had those and they regenerate muscle and nerve tissue...


2 years ago I had both hips replaced 3 months apart..only thing left is carpel tunnel on my left wrist..then im done and new..lol
and not 1 back problem..go figure...everything I broke or wore out is fixable..so im not complaining, and now I feel great...
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Ah ahh a bunch of wusses...…..

1) Full right knee replacement.
2) Left shoulder, shredded bicep tendon, bone spurs removed, torn rotator cuff repaired.
3) Two left knee surgeries 20 some years apart.
4) Right shoulder "reverse" shoulder replacement.
5) Right knee follow up knee surgery to remove scar tissue.

Less than the a bunch of wimpy dudes

Oh I forgot about the time they killed me and I came back....
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