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My now ..ahhh "very good friends"

William GarzaWilliam Garza TexasPosts: 3,850
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:57 AM in Lighten and Brighten
A couple of weeks ago I went in to have a ablation done to get rid of an extra pesky nerve in my heart that caused it to not function as one should, anyhow, There i was given the non wind resistant open backed gown to lay in in triage, They would insert a tube into my femoral artery in my nethers so I had to be made some what hairless so no bad things would happen, so...
Stranger No. 1 walks up with a razor. Mind you Ime a very body concious and private person, well she is a medical professional. ok. thats done
Next they wheel me in to the O. R. and say your going to be nekkid for the proceedur.. uhhh what?
so room full of medical specialists insert, burn, cause me to do a fishy imitation on table from pain, carry on continuing and same conversaion for 5 hours, then...

Back in room with buddy and his gal pal, tube inside me, sedation still making me not care and of a sudden...

a nurse, a student nurse, a doctor, my buddy , his gal pal, my then girlf, all see what the fuss was all about,
cover stripped away, every medical professional in room oohs, ahhs, hemms and generaly carry on as they do. my girlfs eyes brows go up, my buddy coughs and his gal pal start turning and blushing..
well sedation being sedation, I didnt here of my striptease till days later...
so now ive got some REALLY close friends, who I hope will someday talk to me again.
Have a great one
William Garza
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  • I think I know what happened, and am too blushing. It must have been a "plus plus" if you got them to blush! Good for you! Hehehe

    PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.
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