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Old 23-02-2015, 12:13
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Anybody see the recent "Burper" episode. I felt sorry for the guy, but for pity's sake at least put your hand to your mouth! Sheesh!
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Old 23-02-2015, 14:16
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You have obviously never stayed in hospital.
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Old 23-02-2015, 16:51
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Anybody see the recent "Burper" episode. I felt sorry for the guy, but for pity's sake at least put your hand to your mouth! Sheesh!
Did they say what was causing it, I heard them say he was admitted and put on antibiotics but I don't remember them saying why!
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Old 23-02-2015, 18:00
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Yes they did, it was some condition he has with his lower intestine.
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Old 23-02-2015, 19:22
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You have obviously never stayed in hospital.
I have. Did you see the show?
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Old 23-02-2015, 19:45
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I have. Did you see the show?
Yes, but in hospital that sort of thing happens.

I had people going to the toilet, being sick, letting off wind, burping, crying in pain when I was in there.

I can't remember what caused it, although his partner did not leave his side.
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Old 23-02-2015, 19:52
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Yes, but in hospital that sort of thing happens.

I had people going to the toilet, being sick, letting off wind, burping, crying in pain when I was in there.

I can't remember what caused it, although his partner did not leave his side.
I'm sure it does. But my point about this guy was that he knew people sitting next to him were disgusted by it and yet I really believe he was well enough to put his hand to his mouth. Fingers crossed he gets it sorted, but his behaviour didn't exactly endear him to me or his fellow waiting patients. I can live with that though
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Old 23-02-2015, 19:54
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I just can't believe he went A&E with a bit of wind. His poor wife obediently rubbing his fat tummy to help. Vile man!
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Old 23-02-2015, 19:58
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I just can't believe he went A&E with a bit of wind. His poor wife obediently rubbing his fat tummy to help. Vile man!
I think it was more serious than that. I would have gone given how chronic it was. But, ::ahem:: , I would have been more polite about it (as I'm sure you would have Wiz ).
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Old 23-02-2015, 20:24
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Yes, but in hospital that sort of thing happens.

I had people going to the toilet, being sick, letting off wind, burping, crying in pain when I was in there.

I can't remember what caused it, although his partner did not leave his side.
This hand over mouth business.
Moaning about F'all, if you ask me, there was enough of it in the program thread.

After a couple of hours of that level of wind, with the muscle spasms that go with it, enough to leave anyone knackered and fractious.
I've picked up people about this sort of thing,'hand mouth' but in that blokes case I don't blame him for not bothering with the hand.
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Old 24-02-2015, 18:07
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I just can't believe he went A&E with a bit of wind. His poor wife obediently rubbing his fat tummy to help. Vile man!
A bit of wind? It was a chronic condition and he was in a lot of pain. Wow.
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Old 24-02-2015, 19:15
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A bit of wind? It was a chronic condition and he was in a lot of pain. Wow.
My thoughts too' bit of wind' given how loud it was and how often, I don't get how anyone could call it a bit.
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Old 24-02-2015, 19:38
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My thoughts too' bit of wind' given how loud it was and how often, I don't get how anyone could call it a bit.
His stomach looked like it was going to pop, I don't know if that was just fat.
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Old 24-02-2015, 19:40
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His wife should have just stuck a pin in him, and watched him fly around the room
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