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#175519 - 08/24/07 10:33 AM .
ttoon Offline

Registered: 06/20/07
Posts: 977

Edited by ttoon (10/20/07 01:41 PM)
checkin out for a few weeks... whistle

#175532 - 08/24/07 12:30 PM Re: ...and then there is this... [Re: ttoon]
shadowkid Offline
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Registered: 11/18/05
Posts: 2437
your not a freak dude !

its not hard to fall
when you float like a cannonball - damien rice

#175559 - 08/24/07 02:04 PM Re: ...and then there is this... [Re: shadowkid]
pain4ever Offline

Registered: 04/05/01
Posts: 1032
Your not a freak...our pain tolerance is really high. I had a hockey accident the split my hand open really wide and they couldnt get the bleeding to they had to whip stitch it in the abulance and the one who did the stitching hadnt realised the other guy hadnt numbed me. He stitched me up without the numbing agent. It stung but not bad...when the other guy came back he freaked...said I never numbed him!!!

Peace and Tranquility all depends on your frame of reference.

#175695 - 08/25/07 02:09 PM Re: ...and then there is this... [Re: pain4ever]
Lazarus Offline

Registered: 07/01/07
Posts: 851
Loc: Below the radar, USA
A high pain tolerance is not freaky, nor is it anything to get bummed out about. My hubby has an incredibly high pain tolerance too; I don't. Given the choice, I'd rather be like you guys. You are the ones who can be strong in a crisis, and save the wusses like me who pass out when experiencing high pain levels.

I'm assuming you have normal tactile feelings when not feeling pain. Is that correct? Being numb would be a bad thing. A high pain tolerance is not, IMHO.

Best regards,


"That which does not kill us, surely makes us stonger." - Neitsche


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