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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy
    Aww heck, I got something new to bitch and complain about...

    I'm getting sick of reading everyone bitching and complaining!
    Yeah, and I bet you're writing this from your Super Lazy Man complete with new motherboard Chair, too, Mr. Morbidity.

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    Stretching my legs is kind of boring.
    I don't like cathing.
    My belly still aches after I eat.
    I'm still staying with my mother. It would be better to be on my own.
    I am in a community college to learn Computer Aided Design.
    I get very little from my teacher. That sucks.
    I don't have any pals that I like hanging around with.
    I'm without a partner. I've missed out on having children.
    I am short on money.

    I'll see about balancing my bitching with something I'm grateful for:

    I'm alive and in not too much pain, generally.
    I am blessed with the use of my arms and hands.
    My mother has been cooking and doing my laundry etc.
    I am going to move into my house, soon (it is a wreck and I don't have enough money to live there, but anyway...).
    I have a belief system that I'm working with.
    I'm in school. I like learning.
    Right now, I don't have any acute bladder problems or pressure sores.
    It's summertime. I'm not taking any summer classes.
    I have a car.
    I can handcycle.

    Anyone else have anything they don't like (or do like)?
    Rich

  3. #33
    I was on my way, but now here I sit.
    Sit and sit, in a world in which, I do not fit.

    the poetic way of saying I hate everything.
    in the process of self-destructing guys

    complaining complete

    f
    ight

  4. #34
    is it really called surviving sci?
    'nuf said.
    Daniel

  5. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by dan_nc
    is it really called surviving sci?
    "Survival" would never be enough for me. I live.

    C.

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    I finally moved into my rustic house. I left the house of my 84 year old mother.

    I had the bathroom vanity removed so I could access the toilet.
    I put a commode chair over the toilet.
    With much trouble, I am transferring onto a shower bench in the tiny stall shower.
    The only useable sink is in the kitchen. I tried to fix the leaking drain and broke the whole thing off. Now the sink drains into a bucket.
    Some of the floors are considerably sloped. I have to put on the brakes when I'm using my hands to do things.
    I had a crushed stone driveway put in. It slopes down to the house. Paving it will be expensive.
    Vocational Rehab said they'd put in a ramp if other organizations would come through with an accessible bathroom. The VOC Rehab counselor said it is not practical for me to live in this house. My brother-in-law came up from Atlanta to Philadelphia and built a ramp.

    It is a big challenge to live here. A "help" organization has been in the process of coming up with renovation funds.

    I'm a middle-aged single man who worked for 25 years building things for other people. I never made much money. Finally I bought this house that I could be creative with. After 4 months in the house, I did a very foolish thing trying to cut a branch with a chain saw. I fell 25 feet. T7 vertebra (and other vertebra) were damaged with impact on some tree roots.

    I don't want to bitch and moan because I'm enjoying myself for the moment.
    Rich

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    So glad that you are in the house Rich! I won;t spoil the moment with a whining post right now .....
    T7-8 since Feb 2005

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    I'm officially full of poo!

    I saw it on my xray. Naturally, this gives my bf ammo for jokes along the lines of "I always thought you were full of shit!".

    *More bitching* Lactulose is revolting.

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by keps
    I'm officially full of poo!

    I saw it on my xray. Naturally, this gives my bf ammo for jokes along the lines of "I always thought you were full of shit!".

    *More bitching* Lactulose is revolting.
    In late 2004, I had an X-ray at the urologist and he showed me on the light screen where shit and gas was. He told me, "You're literally full of shit." I was so nervous I was overextended, but it turns out I wasn't that constipated. The X-ray had exaggerated and worried me for nothing.

    Have a good emptying!


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    Thanks SJean. But, bitch away if you want.
    Keps, my xrays have showed lots of poo, too. I don't like being full of shit!
    Le Type Francais, good to hear you're okay.
    Rich

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