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Once again, my body betrays me...

Shurikane

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To help in my neverending quest to achieve an astral projection, a friend of mine sent me a link to five Tibetan rites, which she said gave her own attempts an incredibly effective boost. Rite one consisted of a few spins, rite two was similar to a sit-up, rite three was arching back, rite four was like making a table out of yourself, and rite five was some kind of push-up with your back arched.

While doing rite three, my back locks. I snap back into an erect position, unlocking the area but it's too late: the pain is crazy like fuck.

I've just remembered the hard way I had vowed months ago never to arch my back...
 

Reqium

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Shurikane said:
I've just remembered the hard way I had vowed months ago never to arch my back...
Lol, The human fucken pretzel.
 

morelos

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shurikane, go to the doctor and get some vicoprofen or something.

"pain? yes, i seem to remember some sort of 'pain'-like feeling. but i don't remember exactly, i don't hurt now, AND I DON'T CARE!"

~ dan ~
 

Bullshyt

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Instead of whining about it, go do something about it.
 

edolphritler

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A shot of morphine will clean that right up, or go ahead and take a little heroin.
What's that... not the 19th century anymore... awkward.

Old school cures kick ass. Go eat some endangered species testicle.
 

MaxPower

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Some Chinese old schoolers use smuggled Rhinoceros horn to treat headaches. They grind it up and mix it in tea. Apparently body parts of endangered species, is far more effective than aspirin, or Advil.
 

Shurikane

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Bullshyt said:
Instead of whining about it, go do something about it.
Honestly, I thought it was only going to be a temporary problem. I had an accident in October, I hurt everywhere from the blow, and of course I found out about that pain in my back, but I thought that this would pretty much go away with the rest of my pains back then. So I thought "OK, I'll just keep from arching my back like that for a while and then eventually everything will come out all right." Well, as you see now, everything didn't come out all right. :p
 

morelos

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you know, i've found that i prefer the synthetic opiate analogs to the natural opiates.

hydrocodone > codeine
hydromorphone > morphine (although morphine has this real spiritual calming effect)

and i really REALLY like dextropropoxyphene. talk about a euphoria...
 
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morelos said:
you know, i've found that i prefer the synthetic opiate analogs to the natural opiates.

hydrocodone > codeine
hydromorphone > morphine (although morphine has this real spiritual calming effect)

and i really REALLY like dextropropoxyphene. talk about a euphoria...
Wow... Guys, while imitating Mr Obvious, I'd like to point out that this isn't your ordinary math teacher.
 

Shurikane

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I had my dose of morphine back in the hospital. I must admit, it was a groovy feeling. :D
 

Bullshyt

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Well, if you have had problems in the past, you might have a serious problem. :thumbsup:
 

magnolia

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Go to the chiropractor. A good crack always makes me feel better. It's not gadda go away. I had an accident involving a trampoline and a stupid kid flopping on me back in third grade and I still go in monthly for adjustments.
 

Bullshyt

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A good bullet in the head also works. :gun: :p
 

Shurikane

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Saw the doc. Got told that it's nothing serious at all and that if I tried any therapy whatsoever, it wouldn't be worth the cash spent for whatever flexibility I'd gain back. So I guess I'll just develop the reflex of never arching back again. :p