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Thread: men and simulated labor pains.....FUNNY!!!

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    men and simulated labor pains.....FUNNY!!!

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    They always think they are tougher than they are! Thanks for sharing

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    Well, I've had a few other pains that were right up there with labor pains.

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    And my husband complained about how uncomfortable the chair was. I had been in labor 12hr at that time with 10 more hr. to go

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    We had a coversation once about a mammogram. I suggested he follow me to the gagrage and the "Vise" and I would show him how it felt. Didn't take him long to find an excuse to go on out to the pasture.

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    18 yrs ago my sister went into labor early and our nephew was the one who rushed her to the hospital. Now he is a big strong guy -has had a full beard since the 7th grade -upon getting to the hospital they handed him scrubs and booties and told him to suit up-not knowing why ,he did it Well he became the coach. After watching 8 hrs of Aunt Lauri in labor. He said he would never inflict that kind of pain on any girl. He is 33 now and my brother and SIL are still waiting for a grand baby. He say's us Mom's are super ""Bad Asses'' to go through this . He give's every mother he knows a rose one Mother's Day

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    I saw that video! Didn't say how long they had them in labor though did it. I was in labor 36 hours with my first born. xH said he couldn't take it. He was tired then through himself on my stomach. The big German nurse threw him out and he complained about her. I told them she needed to get him off my stomach. Notice I've stated xH. That was 42 years ago. Current is absolutely Dear!

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    I was looking forward to viewing a 'funny' this morning and found that it has been blocked due to copy right issues.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ditter43 View Post
    When I tried to open the site it said the contents had been blocked due to copyright laws. Hmmm. How come others were able to open it?

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    Must be they got to it before the administrators blocked it

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    I remember this big strapping guy coming into the ER with his teeny tiny wife, and her having a 10# baby in the wheel chair. Two weeks later he comes in moaning and groaning in pain that took him down to his knees. He had a kidney stone. He told his wife if labor for her was anything like the kidney stone they weren't having anymore babies.!!!!!!!!1
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    I'd much rather have a baby than a kidney stone, however!
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    Glad to see you back here. were gone for a while! Missed you!

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    [QUOTE=grannie cheechee;6071496]I remember this big strapping guy coming into the ER with his teeny tiny wife, and her having a 10# baby in the wheel chair. Two weeks later he comes in moaning and groaning in pain that took him down to his knees. He had a kidney stone. He told his wife if labor for her was anything like the kidney stone they weren't having anymore babies.!!!!!!!!1[/QUOTE

    I totally agree with him. I've had 2 kidney stones. My neighbor took me to ER the first time & I told her if it was a "girl" I would name it after her. That was before I knew what it was. Since I'm 74 I sure knew it wasn't a baby. LOL. Sure don't want to do that ever again.

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    Ditter, as always you have me laughing so hard I have tears STREAMING down my face. I was lucky, I had 3 boys longest labor was 4 hours-the neighbor had to tell me I was in labor! (I was young & the baby was early) I thought I just had stomach cramps. Thanks for the laugh you made my day

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