I’m about to ufcking piss
rip in pieces
I’m about to ufcking piss
rip in pieces
What do you call the security guards outside Samsung shops?
Guardians of the Galaxy
Big Poppa E., “How To Make Love” (via jesusfuckmechrist)
I am reblogging this specifically for the hilarity that is step 8.
YES omg just yes
This is the best!!!
WHERE IS THIS FROM ?
It’s from “la source des femmes”
THERE IS NOTHING IN THE QU’RAN THAT SAYS WOMEN’S SOLE PURPOSE IS FOR OBEYING AND PROCREATING.
We are allowed to inherit and own property and businesses, and we are allowed to CHOOSE our husbands instead of having them foisted upon us in arranged marriages. WE ARE ALSO ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN COMBAT.
I’ve read the Qu’ran COVER TO COVER and there’s nothing God says about women being LESS than men. In fact, God IMPLORES men to treat women as equals. Probably because God knew men have a tendency to foul things up and has to remind them that WOMEN ARE ALSO PRECIOUS CREATIONS OF HIS DIVINE WILL.
-huffs and puffs-
Sorry. I was in my feelings. But this touches my nerves a lot when people misinterpret Islam as some misogynistic religion. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Ok not to be an asshole, but Malcolm X wasn’t a particularly awesome Muslim. There are a thousand better choices. He was, for all but the last year of his life, a member of a radical sect who preached racism, segregation, and in some cases advocated violence. Sure, he was for civil rights, but that doesn’t outweigh his negative actions and words. Next time, use someone like Mohammad Khatami or Benazir Bhutto.
This is so important I can’t even put it into words.
Not all Christians are closed minded assholes.
Not all Muslims are terrorists.
Not all atheists are anti-religion jerks.
Japanese child actress Mana Ashida (little Mako) was embarrassed that she couldn’t pronounce Guillermo Del Toro’s name so he gave her special permission to call him “Totoro-san” instead.
My Neighbor Guillermo Del Toro.
If I don’t reblog this, assume I’m dead.
Funny answer: A dairy-farmer just got kicked in the butt.
Serious answer: “Bloody stools” get divided into 2 categories based on the color:
- Black — signifies the blood has been digested, so the source of bleeding is coming from somewhere “upstream”, such as a bleeding stomach ulcer or esophageal varix.
- Red — means the blood hasn’t been digested, so the source is likely “downstream”, such as a bleeding polyp or tumor in the colon, a hemorrhoid around the rectum, or an anal fissure (One of the less-appealing medical terms, in my opinion).
Along with color, other clues to the source of the blood are:
- Duration: Did this just start up the day after you drank a 5th of vodka, or has it been happening for months?
- Quantity: Are you crapping out cupfuls of bright red blood per rectum (BRBPR, in medical abbreviation-ese), or is there just a streak on the toilet paper when you wipe?
- Pain: Is your tummy aching all over, do you feel a painful lump when you wipe, does it feel like your butt is tearing in half when you pass stool? Or are you pain-free (which is much more concerning for cancer)?
- Age/History of patient: Are you a 65-year old with a family history of colon cancer? Are you a college-student who likes to binge drink? Are you a middle-aged obese person with constipation issues? Do you use your egress as an ingress for purposes of sexual stimulation? Are you under lots of stress? Do you smoke?
A physical exam can help answer some of the possible causes. This usually will involve some/all of the following:
- Abdominal exam — checking for tenderness, swelling, and presence of bowel sounds
- Skin exam — looking for signs of anemia (pale skin/lips/eyelids) or jaundice (yellow eyes or skin) or liver failure (prominent blood vessels around the belly button, bright red palms, hemangiomas)
- The ever-popular D.R.E. (which stands for Digital Rectal Exam — but it sure puts a different spin on Dr. Dre’s name, huh?) — a greasy finger up the butt to feel for hemorrhoids, torn skin, and check for presence of bleeding.
Other studies can be done if needed, including:
- CBC — complete blood count to check for anemia
- Colonoscopy — to look for causes of bleeding in the lower intestine
- Esophagogastricduodenoscopy (EGD) — to look for bleed sites in the upper GI tract (mouth/esophagus/stomach/small intestine)
Ok, hope this summary helps answer your question. Thanks for asking!
Disclaimer: This humorous off-the-cuff reply should not substitute for your doctor’s advice. If you are having blood in your stools, you should see a physician in real life, rather than relying on a sarcastic doctor that you met on the internet.
From the Archives: Part 1 of 3 in a dialogue which starts off as an education about rectal bleeding and turns into motivational interviewing about nicotine addiction and smoking cessation.