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    I was watching a movie (Silence of The Lambs), and then I notice my sister was listening to music, loudly (but she had gone downstairs momentarily). In an attempt to mute the inane crap, I proceed to stand up, and then on the way to her room, I collapse. I was out for a few seconds, it was weird.

    One would think this would be a scary experience but no, it was scary at first. But now, I feel like I have not lived fully, it was amazing - a great experience. I have reconsidered life.

    Ask me anything!

    P.s. I did turn the music off, eventually.
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    Oh TSR :facepalm:
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    (Original post by Keoje)
    Oh TSR :facepalm:
    Please stay on topic.
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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
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    If your near death experience was so meaningful, why are you still on TSR? Do you consider using TSR to be the best way of spending your time?
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    do drugs mate
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    (Original post by EatAndRevise)
    I was watching a movie (Silence of The Lambs), and then I notice my sister was listening to music, loudly (but she had gone downstairs momentarily). In an attempt to mute the inane crap, I proceed to stand up, and then on the way to her room, I collapse. I was out for a few seconds, it was weird.

    One would think this would be a scary experience but no, it was scary at first. But now, I feel like I have not lived fully, it was amazing - a great experience. I have reconsidered life.

    Ask me anything!

    P.s. I did turn the music off, eventually.
    Erm, health clinic?
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    (Original post by RHyoudon'kno)
    Erm, health clinic?
    My mum (GP) gets so pissed off when people recommend seeing a doctor for everything. He was probably just light-headed, like loads of healthy people are at times.
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    My mum (GP) gets so pissed off when people recommend seeing a doctor for everything. He was probably just light-headed, like loads of healthy people are at times.
    Ooh, don't want to piss your mum off. Do you get pissed too?
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    (Original post by RHyoudon'kno)
    Ooh, don't want to piss your mum off. Do you get pissed too?
    :rofl:

    Not much. But when she's pissed off, I get the **** when she comes home.
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    :rofl:

    Not much. But when she's pissed off, I get the **** when she comes home.
    Ohh, that's sad. :console:

    By day she's a life saver, by night she becomes a serial killer. Dun dun dun.
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    (Original post by RHyoudon'kno)
    Ohh, that's sad. :console:

    By day she's a life saver, by night she becomes a serial killer. Dun dun dun.
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    :rofl:
    It sounds harsh on you. Do you leg it and hide, when she comes home?
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthostatic_hypotension

    Its pretty common
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    (Original post by RHyoudon'kno)
    It sounds harsh on you. Do you leg it and hide, when she comes home?
    Sometimes. That's what I'm doing right now actually. She's just back from a 6-12 shift.
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    Sometimes. That's what I'm doing right now actually. She's just back from a 6-12 shift.
    ...In the attic? :laugh:

    Face her like a man!
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    My mum (GP) gets so pissed off when people recommend seeing a doctor for everything. He was probably just light-headed, like loads of healthy people are at times.

    (Original post by nohomo)
    :rofl:

    Not much. But when she's pissed off, I get the **** when she comes home.
    I think people should go to the doctors even when it seems insignificant, a small thing could be linked to something much worse. If your mother doesn't like that then maybe she should quit. :rolleyes:

    Btw. Sorry for off topic.
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    (Original post by nohomo)
    My mum (GP) gets so pissed off when people recommend seeing a doctor for everything. He was probably just light-headed, like loads of healthy people are at times.
    I haven't been to my GP for a year+ now. Excluding the flu jabs .
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    (Original post by RHyoudon'kno)
    ...In the attic? :laugh:

    Face her like a man!
    Na man. I'm in my room with the door locked and the lights off, and she's in the bathroom. I'm just hoping she can't hear me typing.
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    (Original post by lipslikemorphine)
    I think people should go to the doctors even when it seems insignificant, a small thing could be linked to something much worse. If your mother doesn't like that then maybe she should quit. :rolleyes:

    Btw. Sorry for off topic.
    Could take away time from the genuinely needy though
 
 
 
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