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  • 89 76
    Submitted by redc1c4 on Feb 28, 11 at 4:11pm

    martini's qualify as a clear liquid... but your anesthesiologist may not be amused. not that that ever stopped me.

    • 75 81
      Submitted by sucid on Feb 28, 11 at 4:51pm

      Unless this is the anesthesiologist, of course

      • 76 82
        Submitted by sumsumsay on Feb 28, 11 at 10:04pm

        this is scary lol

        • 76 88
          Submitted by redc1c4 on Mar 1, 11 at 2:24am

          naw... i was going in for a colonoscopy (the joys of aging), and you're on a jello and clear liquids diet for a day or two to clear things out. \nthe night before we're visiting friends for dinner and everyone is laughing at me as they eat and drink. then it hit me, martinis ARE a clear liquid, unlike beer, wine, etc, so i proceed to drink dinner.

          • 75 99
            Submitted by redc1c4 on Mar 1, 11 at 2:26am

            cut to the next morning, where i barely wake up in time to leave for the center. i get on the table, and they have to give me more fentanyl and versed than normal, and were sure i'd be in recovery for hours. i woke up less than 30 minutes after they were done, and sat up when no one was looking, which freaked them out. they checked me out, let me stand, which amazed them, and i left, going straight to a cajun place for hushpuppies and Turbo Dog.

  • 96 98
    Submitted by 3knucklesdeep on Feb 28, 11 at 5:28pm

    Surgeons. It's just one lifelong med school.

    • 69 78
      Submitted by said8ED on Feb 28, 11 at 10:58pm

      had to lol at that one, knuckles

  • 68 73
    Submitted by PalmTree7104 on Feb 28, 11 at 11:11pm

    You'll just feel worse when you wake up. You'll be puking everywhere

  • 70 91
    Submitted by dat_azz_69 on Mar 2, 11 at 9:56am

    too bad it's liver surgery