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summerstorm
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   Posted 3/28/2011 2:48 PM (GMT -6)   
These are a few of the unexpected perks of a bag (not the eat anything do anything things, just the weird randomness my disturbed little mind came up with :D)  i've posted a few before, but thought id share anyway
 
1.  built in weapon.
 
2.  got a senstive document you don't want anyone to read? wad it up and put it in a used bag, bet noone looks at it then!
 
3.  if someone has stinky gas and you point it out, they know its not you!
 
4.  built in floation device
 
5. wonderful way to get out of any situation, boring party?  ooops!  sprang a leak!
 
6. wonderful hiding space, who's gonna look in there for valuables?

2b ColonFree
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   Posted 3/28/2011 4:38 PM (GMT -6)   
LOL summer.... love how your mind works!!! those are some great perks!! i will write this list down and put it on my fridge!
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colonic inertia w/pelvic floor dysfunction
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07/08/2010 - loop ileostomy

polishdan
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   Posted 3/28/2011 7:29 PM (GMT -6)   
When I worled at Ford Motor one guy delighted in going into someones cube to release his gas (fart). He is now a cop. Iwould like to someday be in his cop car and get even going down a freeway where he would not be able to stop the car. Too bad he is 180 miles away. Maybe someday......

Dan

stripey
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   Posted 3/28/2011 7:43 PM (GMT -6)   
One you forgot summerstorm for all those with a child-like fascination to wind.

Tha ability to parp with interesting noises and not have the smell afterwards. My husband has just got a smartphone and downloaded a free 'parp' app and delights in playing it to annoy the dogs and has a variety of different 'parps', funnily enough most of which I can reproduce very acurately.
Crohn's dx 1989, loop ileo 1992, end ileo 1992. Arthritis developed 1990 Stoma abcess 1995. Azathioprine started 1995. Panprocolorectomy 1999. Stillbirth 2000, antiphospholipid syndrome dx 2000. Flare up 2004, stoma abcess and strictoplasty 2004. Low blood pressure dx with impaired kidney function 2006, fludrocortisone pres. flare up 2010, steroids, Humira, codeine.

blueglass
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   Posted 3/28/2011 7:58 PM (GMT -6)   
I feel so educated, as I've never heard the word "parp" before..... just got a kid giggling a lot as we looked it up in the urban dictionary (not that I could't figure it out from context). So, I'd have to add getting a multicultural education in bathroom slangs to the list of perks....

summerstorm
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   Posted 3/28/2011 9:31 PM (GMT -6)   
i had never heard parp either!
and we do get some interesting noises, i however do not like those, lol.
UC for 8 years, before finally kicking its butt and having a permanent ileostomy April 17 2007!
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stripey
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   Posted 3/29/2011 10:57 AM (GMT -6)   
Can't believe you haven't heard of 'parp', maybe a local west country dialect phrase then.
Crohn's dx 1989, loop ileo 1992, end ileo 1992. Arthritis developed 1990 Stoma abcess 1995. Azathioprine started 1995. Panprocolorectomy 1999. Stillbirth 2000, antiphospholipid syndrome dx 2000. Flare up 2004, stoma abcess and strictoplasty 2004. Low blood pressure dx with impaired kidney function 2006, fludrocortisone pres. flare up 2010, steroids, Humira, codeine.

blueglass
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   Posted 3/29/2011 11:44 AM (GMT -6)   
Well do you know the word "fart?" I think it's the same thing, more or less..... just found out from wikipedia that fart is "one of the oldest words in the English vocabulary," go figure....

stripey
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   Posted 3/29/2011 12:47 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh yes fart well used but I was trying to be polite. You would be surprised how many words nowadays used as swear words were once in regular daily use hundreds of years ago with slightly different meanings.
Crohn's dx 1989, loop ileo 1992, end ileo 1992. Arthritis developed 1990 Stoma abcess 1995. Azathioprine started 1995. Panprocolorectomy 1999. Stillbirth 2000, antiphospholipid syndrome dx 2000. Flare up 2004, stoma abcess and strictoplasty 2004. Low blood pressure dx with impaired kidney function 2006, fludrocortisone pres. flare up 2010, steroids, Humira, codeine.

run4pancakes
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   Posted 3/29/2011 2:07 PM (GMT -6)   
Well, I am pretty immediately post-op, but my perk right now is being free to declare myself tired and take a nap anytime I want. For a stay at home mom of two little kids, that's a luxury!
UC dx 2/08

Done with the drugs. Step 1 (of 3) J-pouch surgery scheduled 3/22/11
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