Pain scale we have in our ER break room.. Desc. t. . ' -unt any‘ pain at all. I don' t know why I' m even here. nu‘ -.mare. whether I am experiencing pain or it the game
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User avatar #4 - iyr
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Scrubs The Pain Chart Nothin' like the good ol' pain chart.
#6 to #4 - skaghunter
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(08/19/2013) [-]
May i just say thank you for the amazing laughs, also, have a thumb
#5 to #4 - adu
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Todd's face
Todd's face
#11 to #5 - feratrox
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#13 - Underground
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Like someone else said source is Hyperbole and a Half. hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/ Go check her stuff out, shes ****** hilarious and I think she deserves more publicity than she gets.
#39 to #13 - anon id: d3032afc
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She also has a book coming out. So happy she is getting support for her work.
User avatar #54 to #39 - Underground
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I've already preordered her book, can't wait to get it!
#52 to #13 - anon id: 6da33f84
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footnote for anyone going to go to hyperbole and a half, start with the older posts the newer ones are a little sad and less funny

p.s. i <3 allie and hope she feels better soon
User avatar #53 to #52 - Underground
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Yeah they're a little sad too but I still think they're pretty funny, she describes depression almost perfectly and also humorously.
User avatar #21 to #13 - analpuncher
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i love you
#55 to #21 - Underground
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I love you too random stranger.
User avatar #56 to #55 - analpuncher
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ive been reading this blog all damn day
#57 to #56 - Underground
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lol good, I hope it's brought you many laughs. I love the stories about her special dog because my dog looks almost exactly like special dog, and acts like her too.
User avatar #58 to #57 - analpuncher
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dude i damn near pissed myself
User avatar #59 to #58 - Underground
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lol they never fail to make me laugh no matter how many times I reread them
#16 - wargod
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User avatar #33 to #16 - shinyarmor
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punk ass, that **** doesnt hurt you pampered baby ass feet boy/girl/ human.
#38 - whopperinfection
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**whopperinfection rolls 6**  &lt;-My pain level
**whopperinfection rolls 6** <-My pain level
#46 to #38 - gravelordnito
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User avatar #24 - douevensax
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The few times I got pinkeye, it didn't hurt whatsoever. I could still see. The only problem was the tons of crust and goop in my eyelashes and lids.
#37 to #24 - chargrilledawesome
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(08/20/2013) [-]
I got that before too. No pain, just blindly stumbling to the bathroom in the morning to wash my eyes with warm water.
I got that before too. No pain, just blindly stumbling to the bathroom in the morning to wash my eyes with warm water.
User avatar #25 to #24 - Loopholes
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Oh man I got that before too.
Didn't hurt for me either, was just ******* difficult to open my eyes on a morning.
User avatar #26 to #25 - douevensax
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I remember that. I woke up from a dream and realized I couldn't open my eyes. It took like 10 minutes before I could open them.
User avatar #14 - lordmoldywart
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At the dentist:
Entering the surgery: 0
Entering dentist's room: 0
1 minute in: 1
2 minutes: 2
3 min: 3
4 min: 3
5 min: 4
6 min: 4
7 min: 5
8 min: 5
9: min: 6
10 min: 7
User avatar #15 to #14 - sora2534
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And the anesthesia kicks in when the dentist finishes
User avatar #20 to #15 - lordmoldywart
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They inject the stuff into your gum but it does **** all to numb the pain.
#28 to #15 - unholyjebus
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That happened to me. Had a filling put in either side of my mouth so I was injected to numb both sides of my mouth. After a few minutes my right side was very numb while my left side was only faintly numb. I tell the dentist this so he injects my left side again. Still minutes later, left side isn't numb so he decides to work on the right side of my mouth. Didn't hurt at all, only felt pressure and cold in my mouth. When he's finished, left side was slightly more numb but still had a lot of feeling. I was told that even though I still have feeling, the anesthesia will still stop the pain so I go with it.

During the procedure, the pain was around 6 on the scale, it wasn't ******* around. Try and be a man and bare it, fail due to tear rolling down my face. The pain was very localized, sharp and was amplified by the fact that cold air/water was being sprayed. Because that part of my tooth had never been exposed before, it was sensitive as ****. Only on the walk back to my house did it actually become numb, and when I say numb I mean could probably cut a whole in my cheek and I wouldn't feel anything. It was like the left side of my mouth didn't exist. Found it very weird though that the right side of my mouth became instantly numb with one injection but the left side took two injection and took like 30 minutes to take full affect. mfw
User avatar #30 to #28 - elcreepo
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I'm one of the lucky ones. Sensitivity to anesthesia runs in my family and thankfully instead of getting violently ill and sleeping for three days after any pain reliever or knockout drug is delivered, I just have it mildly. One shot of that stuff lasts 12 hours and I always get the feeling I could grab a hole puncher and painlessly cut a dozen holes in my cheek during and after the appointment with the dentist.

When I went to get my wisdom teeth removed I was out before he even finished saying ten.
#42 - sonofposeidon
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This is from her website's FAQ. You're doing exactly what she expects of us.
User avatar #18 - Awesomecarrot
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Looks like Hyperbole and a Half
User avatar #19 to #18 - nurucio
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It is indeed.
#1 - anon id: c4ce638f
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Hyperbole and a Half.
#36 to #1 - machoalbatross
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I have no idea
User avatar #3 to #1 - craftyatom
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I took one look and was like "Yes!"
User avatar #7 to #1 - trolololcat
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good to know someone gives a source.
User avatar #8 - hollyisthebest
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I'm like on a number 5 on almost every single second on almost every single day, and drugs do not help unless we go into the serious stuff like morphine, but doctors won't give me that stuff because there's no physical reason for pain, so they think I'm a lying drug addict.
Fun.
User avatar #17 to #8 - greyshirt
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(08/19/2013) [-]
It might be Lupus.
But seriously, that sucks man.
#9 to #8 - infinitereaper
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I completely and utterly understand bro.

I'm in complete and utter pain all of the time.
I don't have good health.
So far the doctors can fix me or even diagnose me.

I feel like I am dying every single second of the ******* day.
There is no pity, remorse, or leniency for me.

I must carry the weight of phsycial pain/stress/health problems while being expected to be a fully functional member of society.

Life is great isn't it?