Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by TakeMyCrabs, Oct 1, 2007.
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Whatever Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger
This now applies to heart disease as well.
Hasn't it been observed for quite a long time that heart attacks are most dangerous the first time, and subsequently less dangerous?
Meh. Ignore me. The actual subject of the article is rather different. My aforementioned tidbit seems to me to be more of a full body strengthening trend, rather than this observation that heart disease strengthens just the heart tissue. (Though I wouldn't be surprised if, in general, blood vessels are more resilient too as a result of heart disease)
Wish it were the same for cancer.
That which does not kill you may still leave you crippled and maimed
Yeah I allways figured that like having your arms and leggs chopped off might not kill you but really wont make you stronger.
Maybe mentally it might in a very few and extreme cases for some.
Yeah like Christopher Re..... oh wait, he be dead.
So does Herpes make you stronger?
Only in the genital area. Think of it as a second layer of protection Dondrei :wink:
Ridged for her pleasure.
PAIN IS WEAKNESS LEAVING THE BODY! so says my coach...
Does this coach touch you in bad places?
Lol, no, not me anyways.
But when hes mad at you he often says, "I'm gonna shoot you in the butt"..thats that creeps me out.
He's full of ****. Pain is your body telling you you're still alive. Weakness never leaves, you just render it irrelevent
Indeed. The correct phrase, which I occasionally retorted to during my Army days, seems to be "that which doesn't kill you probably pisses you off a lot".
There is goign to be a lot of physical and emotional pain when he shoots you up the butt with his special tool. :thumbsup:
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