Definition of pain

Sheriff_John_Bunnell_ret

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See if I was in charge of torture for the intelligence services I wouldn't be going in for all this waterboarding nonsense, which is pretty much what they would do in the school toilets. They probably give them Chinese burns and a rabbit punch afterwards.
I would put loads of upturned plugs on the floor and slowly lower said terrorists onto them. We'd have got bin Laden in 2002 if I'd been in charge.
 

theredrooster

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A punch in the kn@ckers by a boisterous toddler or catching your toe on a door or furniture when walking around the house barefoot are up there on the pain-o-meter too.
 

Artie Fufkin

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acute appendicitis was particularly painful, but not a patch on stubbing my toes in bare feet against the corner of the marble hearth in the middle of the night when I came downstairs half asleep
 

Cooper671

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I suffered with chronic kidney stones in my early twenties. Had keyhole surgery 3 times and removed via a basket (dont ask) the pain from the stones is ridiculous. Also a drain attached to inside of my kidney, didnt feel too good when that got pulled out side of my body
 

S7DiscoDown

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Listing to 'let it go' from frozen everytime I walked into the living room and the soundtrack in the car..... Fecking 5 year olds😂 I found myself humming it and even dreaming about it.

I had got a splinter go right up my thumb nail... Feck me😭
 

Lemmy_kilmister

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Trigeminal Neuralgia.

It's not called the Suicide Disease for nothing.
It's absolute agony. Fortunately mine was temporary due to medication I was taking. I know a lass who also had it. She said she'd have another ten kids rather than have TG again.
 

HarryVegas

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Had an acute shoulder condition 9 years ago that lasted for about 18 months before righting itself - some syndrome or other whose name I've since forgotten. Anyway, it was by far the worst pain I've ever had - unbearable. Normal drugs didn't go anywhere near it. In the end I was prescribed tramadol, which made for 2-hour pain-free - and extremely trippy - windows through the nights.
 

Osboro

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Gallstones, two women I know said it was worse than child birth , projectile vomiting whilst running round the room.Godawful.
Years ago,I contracted an ear infection ( unknowingly) in June in Greece. I ended after midnight at James Cook A&E on a Friday night in November screaming at the top off my voice and crying like a ( 50 year old ) baby.
my wife said all the drunks and druggies handchuffed to the police Were shocked into silence. I've never swam since then.
Had surgery to remove all my toenails removed , was sent home with a home appointment arranged for 2- 3 days with the the district nurse to remove the bandages( 30 years ago, no fancy dressing. ) A mess up resulted in her not arriving for a week. Soak,pulling and cutthing the healed flesh from the cloth bandages. Still makes me sick thinking of the pain.
 

NoloBoro

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Can’t compete with being shot, not sure if want to. Shoved a screwdriver through the palm of my hand and out the other side.

But the thing that topped it for me, had an abscess on the outside of my gum and rather than wait, decided to pop it with a cocktail stick. I remembered looking in the mirror as I did it then opening my eyes laid on the floor, job was a good Un though! All sorted!
 

FatCat

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Trigeminal Neuralgia.

It's not called the Suicide Disease for nothing.
It's absolute agony. Fortunately mine was temporary due to medication I was taking. I know a lass who also had it. She said she'd have another ten kids rather than have TG again.
Never ever heard of that just googled it and it sounds horrendous ( hopefully I never hear of it again)
 

WTF!

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Try a twisted testicle.... I was working in a shop and at some point I actually passed out and woke up in a hospital bed with 5 drs looking at my scrotum... wondering what the f... was going on
 

Norman_Conquest

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acute appendicitis was particularly painful, but not a patch on stubbing my toes in bare feet against the corner of the marble hearth in the middle of the night when I came downstairs half asleep
I did this in Salou some years back just after getting over a broken big toe. Walking off the beach I stubbed the same big toe on a step hidden in the sand. I spent the rest of the holiday hobbling about with a pair of suede mockerson slippers on - the only thing I could get on my foot. As a 21 year old, it wasn't a very good look.
 

tripleheader

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'Resetting' of my left foot in Donny Hospital after high-siding off my motorbike down the M62. Blacked out by the pain twice whilst they tried to turn the foot back into position. I could hear the crunching of the bones. The two shots of Morphine I had at the crash scene and on the journey to hospital had worn off so it was a case of gas and bite the stick time. They think I landed on the left heel which basically exploded the ankle joint and whilst the NHS did a fantastic job of saving the foot and give me some movement in the joint, I have daily reminders of that day which is pretty uncomfortable. Consider myself very lucky to be here is what I tell myself.
 
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