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    01-02-2013, 01:07 AM
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Trained
The man cold. The most common symptom is whining. Why is it that we are expected to do everthing when we are sick and they expect to be able to sit around and be slobs?
     
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    01-02-2013, 01:11 AM
  #12
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When mom gets sick.....nothing changes! BUT when dad gets sick.......

     
    01-02-2013, 03:10 AM
  #13
Yearling
He says he's going to try & go to work a half day tomorrow because of the whole holiday pay stuff. God forbid he go to the Dr. & get an excuse (that's all that's needed to not lose holiday pay).

This whole thing reminds me of when I had a c-section w/ our son and that night, the floater nurse never got me more pain meds. So 8 hrs after having him, I had NO pain meds for over an hour. Grrr. I was begging him to go to the nurses station because it was so bad, idiot kept saying he knew how I felt because he had ANKLE surgery in high school.

If I could've moved I swear I would've strangled him!!
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    01-03-2013, 11:20 AM
  #14
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Originally Posted by busysmurf    
He says he's going to try & go to work a half day tomorrow because of the whole holiday pay stuff. God forbid he go to the Dr. & get an excuse (that's all that's needed to not lose holiday pay).

This whole thing reminds me of when I had a c-section w/ our son and that night, the floater nurse never got me more pain meds. So 8 hrs after having him, I had NO pain meds for over an hour. Grrr. I was begging him to go to the nurses station because it was so bad, idiot kept saying he knew how I felt because he had ANKLE surgery in high school.

If I could've moved I swear I would've strangled him!!
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I'd have been throwing **** at his head! Jerk
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    01-03-2013, 11:49 AM
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I'd have been throwing **** at his head! Jerk
No, I just NEVER let him forget it!!
     
    01-03-2013, 10:29 PM
  #16
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No, I just NEVER let him forget it!!
Even my husband laughed at that one
     
    01-03-2013, 11:22 PM
  #17
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Originally Posted by busysmurf    
He says he's going to try & go to work a half day tomorrow because of the whole holiday pay stuff. God forbid he go to the Dr. & get an excuse (that's all that's needed to not lose holiday pay).

This whole thing reminds me of when I had a c-section w/ our son and that night, the floater nurse never got me more pain meds. So 8 hrs after having him, I had NO pain meds for over an hour. Grrr. I was begging him to go to the nurses station because it was so bad, idiot kept saying he knew how I felt because he had ANKLE surgery in high school.

If I could've moved I swear I would've strangled him!!
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When I was in labor Anthony kept watching the contraction monitor telling me "oh that one wasn't that bad" meanwhile I was 9cm when I GOT to the hospital so I was in very very active labor at that point and no drugs. I wanted to seriously hurt him since that monitor was in no way in indication of how much it hurt lol
     



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