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View Poll Results: What is more fun?
This forum 6 26.09%
One of my useless threads, but with one of my useless threads 4 17.39%
One of the recent poll threads 2 8.70%
A colonoscopy 6 26.09%
A sigmoidoscopy 1 4.35%
Being set on fire 4 17.39%
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:36 PM
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Poll: What's more fun?

Respond above.


It was brought up in another thread.

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Old 10-01-2013, 06:39 PM
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With that said, I am partial to being set on fire.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:40 PM
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These are not easy choices.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:42 PM
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Crap, meant to say "one of my useless threads" up at the top.

Can't figure out how to edit it! Danm!
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I didn't see the option above, so I'll just add it here:

"Me"

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Drinking two bottles of some stuff that taste awful in the prep was the worst part. Other than that no one there insinuated that I was stupid because I am not in love with big government like here so that tops this forum. Then I got the amnesia medicine, said hello to a nice looking nurse and the next thing you know my wife asked me what would you like for lunch after you get dressed. And then my answer was a nice big Gyro dinner which was the first time in about ten years that I got the green light for that. So for sure the colonoscopy.
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Ok, this is cracking me up....
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My wife never lets me get a big A$% gyro after going on here!
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I am looking forward to my scope next month. Love a good cleanout.
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Going with useless thread because useless thread.

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I am looking forward to my scope next month. Love a good cleanout.
If you get a choice between anesthesia and the amnesia pill take the amnesia route. And the suprep method is no problem tastes bad but gets the job done quickly.
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Drinking two bottles of some stuff that taste awful in the prep was the worst part. Other than that no one there insinuated that I was stupid because I am not in love with big government like here so that tops this forum. Then I got the amnesia medicine, said hello to a nice looking nurse and the next thing you know my wife asked me what would you like for lunch after you get dressed. And then my answer was a nice big Gyro dinner which was the first time in about ten years that I got the green light for that. So for sure the colonoscopy.


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Old 10-02-2013, 06:54 PM
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If you get a choice between anesthesia and the amnesia pill take the amnesia route. And the suprep method is no problem tastes bad but gets the job done quickly.
Last one the prep stuff had mostly no taste at all. It was basically a baking soda solution. Mixed fine with whiskey.
My doc gave me Propofol, Michael Jackson's sleepy time drug of choice and I can see why he liked it so much. Bam you're out, bam you're awake, seemingly seconds later. Nothin too it. Anybody who's >50 and putting this off is a pure fool.

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