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When does it make one happy to hear the words ” I hope to never see you again”?

Forums General Melanoma Community When does it make one happy to hear the words ” I hope to never see you again”?

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    jag
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    Right after your neurosurgeon removes the stitches that have been irritating you for 3 weeks.

    Right after your neurosurgeon removes the stitches that have been irritating you for 3 weeks.

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      bcl
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      hope you said the same thing right back!  Glad you let the doc take the stitches out …. you're a much more patient patient than that aussie chick;) 

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        NicOz
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        Oi! I heard that… I still visit (rarely) for a stickybeak. I tend not to stay too long though… I mean, if I wanted to be comatose I'd just ask Bernie to make a slip with the knife when he was in there :D

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        NicOz
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        Oi! I heard that… I still visit (rarely) for a stickybeak. I tend not to stay too long though… I mean, if I wanted to be comatose I'd just ask Bernie to make a slip with the knife when he was in there :D

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        bcl
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        oh I can sympathize Nic, even running on your tready (or watching paint dry) has to be better than this…

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        bcl
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        oh I can sympathize Nic, even running on your tready (or watching paint dry) has to be better than this…

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        LizzM
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        Comatose is a great description for this place now. Very sad.

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        LizzM
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        Comatose is a great description for this place now. Very sad.

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      bcl
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      hope you said the same thing right back!  Glad you let the doc take the stitches out …. you're a much more patient patient than that aussie chick;) 

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