Why are you unhappy today?

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2 hours ago, HEM said:

In hospital since yesterday afternoon.  Cursed Blasenentzündung++.

 

At least I have a single room & Internet (rather limited bandwidth).

 

Hope you're up and about again soon!

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6 hours ago, HEM said:

In hospital since yesterday afternoon.  Cursed Blasenentzündung++.

 

At least I have a single room & Internet (rather limited bandwidth).

 

No fun. Get well asap.

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Today I am feeling unhappy as I miss British people so much. My country folk. Just going down the pub, saying "excuse me please", the general niceties of the UK, and British men.

A little bit homesick :(

 

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21 hours ago, HEM said:

In hospital since yesterday afternoon.  Cursed Blasenentzündung++.

 

At least I have a single room & Internet (rather limited bandwidth).

 

Get well soon!

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21 hours ago, HEM said:

In hospital since yesterday afternoon.  Cursed Blasenentzündung++.

 

Get well soon - you can't fly with crossed legs!

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2 minutes ago, HH_Sailor said:

 

Get well soon - you can't fly with crossed legs!

And not just because it's impractical to fly with a bladder infection, it can be almost impossible to cross your legs on some flights unless you're a Pixie. 

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53 minutes ago, cb6dba said:

And not just because it's impractical to fly with a bladder infection, it can be almost impossible to cross your legs on some flights unless you're a Pixie. 

 

Especially when I have my feet on the rudder pedals!

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2 hours ago, Metall said:

@HEM: Please also have a bladder cancer (mostly an exam) done, too!

 

Good call Metall.

 

And whilst we're on the subject of men's health can I remind all you gentlemen over the age of 50 to have a regular 2-year 'man medical'. It's a totally normal 1-hour procedure that culminates with your doctor strapping on a rubber glove and telling you to brace. I have no problem with this.

 

Prostrate cancer is a silent killer.

 

My brother-in-law (3 months older than me) used to boast about how he'd never been to the doctor in 15 years and seemed quite proud of it.

 

Then he collapsed at home and was rushed to hospital. He was diagnosed with T4 and M1 as the cancer had spread to his liver. He hung on for a year and passed away 4 weeks ago.

 

Prostrate cancer is a silent killer.

 

It's only a finger up the bum that can give you 20 years of future life. 

 

 

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Yes, men, please get your exams done.
You don't have to tell anybody about it. Nobody will make fun of you. The indignity is short. 

Just please, please quickly and quietly get it done. Please.

 

(I've seen men saved by these exams. So go.)

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8 hours ago, Metall said:

(I've seen men saved by these exams. So go.)

 

In Hamburg it's known as a Hafenrundfahrt

:D

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2 hours ago, silty1 said:

 

In Hamburg it's known as a Hafenrundfahrt

:D

 

I was going to take my MIL on a harbour boat trip next week

Better be careful how I pronounce  it...

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