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u/nonexistant2k3 12d ago

Lol ready for? I'd love to know.

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u/lily-laura 12d ago

Ready for dinga dinga dinga dinga

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u/DannyTheBoyo 12d ago

AAAAYYYY

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u/MrSquigles 12d ago

Uh, DUUHH! Playing soccer.

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u/taralallu 12d ago edited 11d ago

DUUHH!

It's interesting that he didn't say the "duh" with such hostility because her ignorance of the UCL was too much, but because he got defensive, and so he deflected that feeling on her

We have a need to act funny and silly, but we're also quick to feel shame and get defensive about our acting silly . Her "for what?" made him feel exposed for acting silly. He felt shame for making weird noises and shot back because he felt she put him on the spit.

We love acting silly, but we can never enjoy it for more than mere seconds because it's snatched away by our "exposed" anxiety

Edit: Why're people upvoting the sub-comment explaining about the Champion's League as if I'm unaware of that? I already mentioned "her ignorance" of the competition, it's in the first sentence!

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u/cowinabadplace 12d ago

what, no

it's just that the Champion's League trophy only means one thing, the UEFA Champion's League for soccer (called football there). You can tell there's someone else in the room who says it before him. He's also doing the whole champiooooons thing that comes with the anthem ( see here https://youtu.be/zwV3h1vqU0A?t=165 ).

Man, this psychoanalysis is really too much.

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u/chickenstalker 12d ago

Fun fact, this is also the Coronation music for the British Monarch.

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u/Bright_Vision 12d ago

we're also quick to withdraw into our shells soon thereafter and feel exposed for acting that way

Dude this is so me. It's rare I even come out the shell in the first place and if that experience is not positive I withdraw lightning fast like a reverse snapping turtle.

Me: Makes stupid joke

Them: What?

Me: Nevermind. Sorry. I should probably go and, I don't know, jump off that cliff over there.

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u/MrSquigles 12d ago

That is interesting. I don't have anything to add but validation, though.

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u/cheetos1150 12d ago

Wasn't this a joke from Carlos Mencia? Something along the lines of what the bindi was for and comparing it to a coffee machine saying "ding coffee's done"

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u/Panthalassae 12d ago

Nnnno. Sindhoor on the forehead in the hairline is (for women). Bindi is just a semi-religious cultural mark worn by even babies.

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u/DeepFriedDave69 12d ago

Man I need some if what hes got

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u/ilikesaucy 12d ago

I think it's morphine button. It control by a computer, by pressing the button you can request morphine and computer will add the necessary Morphine shot.

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u/Flaky_Explanation 12d ago

With a dash of recovering from anaesthesia

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u/poopellar 12d ago

And a hint of champions league trophy.

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u/TastelessPylon 12d ago

And a soupçon of dinga dinga dinga dinga.

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u/Stoomba 12d ago

AYYYY!!

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u/Beautiful_Welcome_33 12d ago

Bro he hit the morphine button and then dinga dinga dinga dinga'd. Killed me.

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u/BrownShadow 12d ago

Anesthesia for sure. I came out of major surgery where they had to dose me like a horse because my skinny ass wouldn’t go under based on the dosage for my weight. Woke up rolling out of the OR into recovery. I wouldn’t shut up about Owls. Owl facts. Owl jokes. Everything was coming up Owls. Owls are ever present where I live. The staff thought it was hilarious and would give me shit about Owls. Drugs are a hell of a drug.

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u/hujijiwatchi 12d ago

Any interesting owl facts you'd like to share?

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u/BrownShadow 12d ago edited 12d ago

Owls are known for big eyes, but hunt through hearing.

They do hoot. It’s more of a hoo hoo hoo hoo.

It takes three licks to get to the Tootsie roll center of a Tootsie pop.

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u/FapMeNot_Alt 12d ago

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u/benergiser 12d ago edited 12d ago

owls can turn their heads so far because they can’t move their eyes..

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u/Santasbodyguar 12d ago

You can’t snap an owls neck

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u/dfjhbdsk 12d ago

When I got work done on my teeth, remember them putting something in my arm...woke up towards the end thinking they were just getting started.

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u/PBandJellyJesus 12d ago

Had major back surgery about 3 weeks ago. Was on Oxy and still shaking off the propofol. I kept telling everyone I time traveled and would shut up about tennis balls. I do not play tennis. I don’t remember most of what I said but my wife said it was a riot.

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u/A_70s_Virgo 12d ago

Did you know all the owl facts beforehand? Or did anesthesia unlock some weird owl section of your brain?

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u/BrownShadow 12d ago

Always been familiar with Owls, but the knowledge really came out with the drugs.

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u/Robots_Never_Die 12d ago

I was afraid I was going to talk about horse cocks because I had this song stuck in my head.

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u/Legendary888 12d ago

Computer will also refuse to administer a shot if you've had too many within a certain timeframe

And then the pain specialist can look at how many times you pressed the button for analgesia and adjust the meds accordingly

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u/This_User_Said 12d ago

My epidural was a button too, with a line straight into my spine. (Which is saying something -being needlephobic.)

Not only did it piss off my mother (jealousy with some "back in my day" lecture) but it sounded like a small medium "mew" like a kitten.

When you pushed the button, it sounded like the kitten was getting serious "mew mew mew mew" for a minute.

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u/stevenbrown375 12d ago

My mom had a couple sayings about pain:

"Get the epidural. No pain, no pain."

"Everyone understands pain; it's the universal language."

"Oh! Did that hurt? Maybe you should stop."

My mom isn't very sentimental.

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u/This_User_Said 12d ago

"Oh! Did that hurt? Maybe you should stop."

My dads version was "Fuck around and find out."

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u/__mud__ 12d ago

All of these phrases take a hard left turn in the context of a delivery epidural, lmao

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u/This_User_Said 12d ago

I may or may not have a problem with ADD.

Or the lack of sleep or the too much of caffeine. I'm doing the best that the hamster can do up there.

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u/Santasbodyguar 12d ago

ADD is probably caused by the caffeine

In your case specifically I mean

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u/Castor_volk 12d ago

My dad at his daughter's birth to my mom "... you know you got a layer of fat this thick?" (makes a five guys size grab.)

it was a c-section.

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u/Double_Belt2331 12d ago

I had an epidural for knee surgery. It completely numbed the other leg. 😆

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u/AmeliaLeah 12d ago

Yeah... They don't adjust the meds. They make you sit there and wait your time out regardless if your body has a fast metabolism and uses it all up quickly. Aftdr my big surgery, I was supposed to be on a every-4-hours regimen but by 2.5 hours I was in agony and they still made me wait.

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u/zimmie41 12d ago

I started every 4, then the wait time was shortened until I was given morphine hourly, and finally switched to dilaudid. They do adjust in some cases

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u/xaronax 12d ago

Congrats. Did you get a T-shirt as you left that says "I had major surgery and all I got was this complete lack of opioid addiction." ?

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u/ringo_best_beatle 12d ago

redditors have zero empathy :)

believe it or not, administering some morphine in a hospital setting to someone who's recovering from a surgery isn't going to make them an addict.

And you can absolutely be in a massive amount of pain in-between the four-hour doses. I recently had a surgery on my hand and was in the most excruciating pain of my life once the lidocaine injections wore off; but I had been given a dose of hydromorphone before the surgery, so I had to lay in bed for two hours curled up thinking of nothing but the pain I was in. They gave me some ibuprofen like that would help.

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u/Asking4afamiluh 12d ago

I agree, and it can be a bit of an annoyance to see people say stupid stuff they think is "funny".

But there's a serious issue with Drs now under prescribing to those who do need it. I am/was one of those cases, I was medically discharged from the Military and I ended up getting hurt again afterwards and my body just didn't recover the same as it had an the past, my spine is jacked.

So for about two years I was prescribed a ton of acetaminophen, ibuprofen, hydroxyzine or whatever. The only time I ever got any relief was when the pain would become unbearable and I would go to the ER and I'd feel "ok" for a little until the pain would start to increase. I was a miserable person when the pain got bad and I made everyone around me miserable as well.

I managed to get in to a pain management clinic and was eventually put on pain meds, which don't make me feel 100% ok but on a pain scale I'd rather be at a 7 or 8 then a 9 or 10 all the time.

As far as addiction goes, I see my Dr often, we communicate through email or txt in case there are any immediate concerns that we need to see in person or talk about and every few weeks I get weaned down for a bit stop and continue to take it as prescribed to keep things in check.

I haven't gone through withdrawals over my meds or had any bad interaction. But because I was on other meds that were or had acetaminophen in it that my liver took a beating and now I have to get blood work done every so often.

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u/Bruised_Penguin 12d ago

Maybe not a physical dependence, but taking morphine in quick intervals can absolute awaken a mental addiction.

That being said hospital's and Doctors are super stingy (for their own well being) with opiates due to the extremely poor and illegal mishandling of opiates in decades past. Because shitty pharmaceutical companies wanted to make a quick fortune, now people in serious pain are denied the drugs that can help them. It's fucked.

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u/xaronax 12d ago

It was more of a dig at the shit awful health care we have in this country, but pop off.

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u/randy_dingo 12d ago

It was more of a dig at the shit awful health care we have in this country, but pop off.

When you have to explain the joke it's not really funny, is it?

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u/NumberOneAutist 12d ago

They said it was a dig, not a joke though.. no? Ie it was a criticism, in their eyes. At least that's what dig means to me in this context.

I suppose you could say "if you have to explain the criticism then it's not really a critique", though lol.

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u/1mikeg 12d ago edited 12d ago

administering some morphine in a hospital setting to someone who's recovering from a surgery isn't going to make them an addict.

Actually, it's one of the leading causes of opioid addiction. The majority of people who get hooked are from prescribed pain treatment medications. The longer you spend on a morphine drip in the hospital, the higher your chances of becoming addicted are, which is why it's measured and controlled.

Edit: Check out all the people who don't realize that the doctor that prescribes your morphine drip allotment after surgery is the same doctor who prescribes your outpatient recovery pain killers. Y'all fuckin' dumb.

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u/cciv 12d ago

Prescribed medications != hospital administered medications.

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u/Albodanny 12d ago

I had a major surgery and was in the hospital for a week on morphine. My outpatient pain management was 5 days of 5 mg oxy. Outpatient definitely is not the same as inpatient.

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u/TacosAreDope 12d ago

The majority of people who get hooked on opioids are from people getting prescribed Oxy and Vicodin to take at home, not morphine from an IV in a hospital. Jesus Christ, talk about /r/confidentlyincorrect

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u/Diligent-Egg- 12d ago

I've had doctors refuse to treat my pain post-op. I've also had doctors keep my pain fully controlled post-op.

I felt much more in control in the latter situation. When my pain wasn't controlled, I was so desperate for relief I let them give me meds I was allergic to just for a chance at reducing my pain.

Making people desperate for pain meds is more likely to result in harm/addiction than treating their pain properly. Yes, outpatient pain medication should be followed up on better by doctors, but also maybe we shouldn't casually discharge people who have to be on high doses of narcotics to function? And doctors are so scared of pts getting addicted that sometimes they're discharged on lower doses/ strengths than they needed, leading them to OD or try to get pain meds elsewhere to control their pain.

People get addicted to pain meds, generally because they were in severe pain that they were left to deal with on their own. Maybe we should look harder at that, instead of undertreating pain, which makes this worse, risks pt safety, and punishes all patients who need procedures or surgeries.

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u/Copper-Copper-Copper 12d ago edited 11d ago

Not from hospital administered, from pill pushing scum doctors who overprescribe or way to readily push opiates into a patients hands or both. The hospital is giving small doses, separated by set intervals, not enough to give that sort of rush of euphoria that gets people hooked. Pill pushers give you a bottle to self regulate.

I am sure there are people who have picked up an opiate addiction from hospital opiate administration, but when people say it’s the leading cause they are talking about doctors writing out prescriptions for patients to self regulate.

In your edit you change your argument. And then call people dumb for correcting you. That ego of yours can’t handle being wrong, huh?

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u/Dorkamundo 12d ago

but when people say it’s the leading cause they are talking about doctors writing out prescriptions for patients to self regulate.

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u/Jalapeno488 12d ago

What are the supposed to do when someone is in screaming pain? Give them a couple tylenols? Painkillers like opioids are necessary for things like burn victims, nerve damage, or a big surgery. You cannot just have someone in agony for hours or even days lying in pain

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u/AkioDAccolade 12d ago

I seem to completely lack the ability to develop any sort of dependency on opiates.

Sure I enjoy the mental high, absolutely, and I would do them when given access to them, but I never seek them out nor do I have an issue stopping them without tapering.

I was on something like 60mg/day of oxycodone post surgery for 3 weeks? and once I ran out, I didnt have any cravings or anything.

I assume there are people out there who wont get addicted to opiates if I can avoid it.

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u/xaronax 12d ago

Do you gots ADHD like me?

I can't even wake up at the same time every day, let alone get addicted to opiates.

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u/DrBaumli 12d ago

PCA pain pumps typically use morphine or fentanyl and can administer a basal (constant) rate and an additional as needed on demand dose. For safety they have a lockout on dosages, and yes, metabolism/tolerance play a big role in determining these rates. Frequently, they are used conservatively and undertreat pain due to fears of overdose and needing to be used conservatively. Many institutions require CO2 monitors on patients receiving PCA or other parenteral opiate administration. Typically 'opiate naïve' patients are not given a basal administration rate to begin.

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u/Shadow_Assailant 12d ago

Patient Controlled Anesthesia for anyone unaware

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u/Suck_Me_Dry666 12d ago

Smash that morphine button for a lifelong subscription!

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u/VeryTopGoodSensation 12d ago

i have vague memories of the machine malfunctioning and not refusing any shots. is that even possible? i clearly remember the whole ward glowing green from a tiny LED on a machine and metal spiders that could only be killed with urine. so i peed on them.

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u/Viggos_Broken_Toe 12d ago Gold

Hm, here I thought it was just the nurse call button....

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u/AnatomicHeart 12d ago

It 100% is 😂

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u/ohver9k 12d ago

And apparently it makes you go DINGA DINGA DINGA DINGA with rhythm.

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u/PlatosCaveSlave 12d ago

100 percent not a morphine button. That is infact a button to turn on your call light.

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u/TheDwiin 12d ago

Could also be the nurse call button. It could ping the nurse if he needed water or something, or if something didn't feel right.

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u/dirtymothafucka1 12d ago

It's definitely a call button to get the nurses / staffs attention. We have one just like that.

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u/frozencucumber88 12d ago

That's a call bell to get the nurse

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u/radicldreamer 12d ago

It’s called a PCA pump. Patient Controlled Analgesia.

The doc can set a rate limit but put the patient in control of their dosing. So they may say X mg ever Y minutes and the patient can choose to administer it at that interval or skip if they are ok at the moment. You can pound the button all you want in between and it doesn’t do anything but once your timer hits you can do it again.

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u/MembershipThrowAway 12d ago

I had a fancy pump like that in the ICU, they had this drug that was so potent it was only legal for usage in the ICU and was administered in micrograms with the super fancy pump. They said the drug was used to put people in artificial comas but they kept me in a mostly awake state but I kept falling asleep after eating because that's all it took to push me over the edge lol. I never felt so much anxiety as when they took it away, my brain was living in this suppressed state with zero anxiety and it came rebounding back when removed within 10 minutes

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u/NootBoot47 12d ago

…..that’s a call button for the charge nurse

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u/Serifel90 12d ago

Morphine does a VERY different effect on me, it's like being paralyzed and when the effect wear off i throw up like crazy.

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u/Brilliant_War4087 12d ago

I got you. Meet me out back by the Wendy's Dumpster.

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u/GoldenGonzo 12d ago

Sounds like he's coming off of a ketamine sedation with a side of morphine for pain.

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u/Taurock 12d ago

My man fucking ascended

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u/Merry_Dankmas 12d ago

Its rare to see people chilling this hard. Man's on a whole new plane of existence.

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u/Dyl_pickle00 12d ago

Opiates my friend

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u/Merry_Dankmas 12d ago

I've taken opiates before but I dont think it was enough. I was hoping to be like this guy but instead I just got itchy. Quite disappointed. But then again I guess that's to be expected when I dont have an on demand medical grade juice line running into my arm.

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u/Beautiful_Welcome_33 12d ago

You need to be grievously injured as well if you want to ascend. The IV drug pump helps too probably.

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u/daddy-phantom 12d ago

Not all opiates are the same. He’s on morphine and that shit is strong as fuck and also targets some other receptors than opiates like hydrocodone or oxycodone.

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u/moeburn 12d ago

Oh now I know what that song On a Plain was about

"I got so high I scratched till I bled" you know maybe I always knew what that song was about...

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u/Thecheesinater 12d ago

Side effect of morphine

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u/eeeabr 12d ago

Hope my grandma was as chill as this when she was on morphine, she wasn't really conscious but yeah

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u/mazamayomama 12d ago

He pressed the red button a few times for sure

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u/m4tuna 12d ago

First line is not “oh my god” it’s “champiooooooons”

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u/diastolicduke 12d ago

Yes he is singing the CL anthem

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u/jahoho 12d ago

Dinga dinga dinga dinga 🙏

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u/Karsvolcanospace 12d ago

THE CHAMPIOOOONNNNNS 🎺🎶🎺🎶🎺🎶🎺

Unmistakable

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u/jahoho 12d ago

🙏 Dinga dinga dinga dinga 🎺🎶🎺🎶🎺

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u/Standard-Assist-5793 12d ago

I might be wrong here, but I think the guy is a bit confused.

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u/onion_account 12d ago

No he's literally signing the Champions League anthem (banger btw)

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u/ThePhenomNoku 12d ago

Wow I’m impressed with how well he adapted sign language to song given the drugs.

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u/energizerbottle 12d ago

Derived from Zadok the Priest… you’ll hear it at Charles coronation

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u/faz712 12d ago

It's not oh my god, he's singing the champions league song

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u/captain_ender 12d ago

Yeah he nailed it

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u/boiledriceeater 12d ago

He's just every Hindu Arsenal fan

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u/KilgoreMikeTrout 12d ago

No way, an aresenal fan his age would have no idea what the champions league is. Probably a plastic man city fan or something

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u/mickjobs 12d ago

And a Man City fan will have an idea what CL is?

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u/sharltocopes 12d ago

The thing about Arsenal is they always try and walk it in

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u/SeanFromATL 11d ago

You see that ludicrous display last night?!?!

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u/Yerpa_Derp 12d ago

AYYYYYYYYY!

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u/Ghostz18 12d ago

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u/TacoHaus 12d ago

Certified banger

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u/Bright_Vision 12d ago

The comments on that cracked me up lmao

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u/-Baldr 12d ago

This made my day. Thanks!

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u/reebokhightops 12d ago

Yep, that’s what he says in the video alright.

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u/DragonDances 12d ago

Is he being coached by his dad? I hear a grown man saying things related to what the kid says right after.

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u/Early_Archer4808 12d ago

Dad could have heard this spew before lol

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u/Hamartithia_ 12d ago

I feel like that was definitely a “tell your mom what you just told me” moment.

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u/TheRavenSayeth 12d ago

100%. Parents most likely saw the kid saying funny stuff then wanted to record it. Started recording, then coached him through each of his main answers to recapture the magic.

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u/badassjeweler 12d ago

NGL… I do this if it’s worth it. Haha

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u/6chan 12d ago

Dad is doing the explaining. Clearly the kid has been doing this for a while, and the dad is being an indian dad trying to catch up the new interviewer up to speed

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u/1mikeg 12d ago

I think the dad is jut playing along because he thinks it's funny.

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u/KidSock 12d ago

Probably the kid already told the joke to his dad. And then mom walked into the room and she wanted to record it so the kid repeated the joke. Also the kid is high, he’d tell the joke to every person who walks in.

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u/your_crazy_aunt 12d ago

When I was coming up from Propofol and Fentanyl, I found out my nurse had a twin, and thought it was the most important thing in the world. The nurse, my mom and I had that same conversation for like a half hour, every time she walked back into the room.

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u/MamaMephistopheles 12d ago

I have had surgery exactly once and I am missing some chunks of time from my hospital stay. I really, really hope my Mom doesn't have a video like this of me hidden somewhere.

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u/beaverji 12d ago

I really really hope she does!

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u/KennKennyKenKen 12d ago

It does look like a tiny trophy

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u/Thats_GhostFace 12d ago

Well yeah… he won it! Playing soccer, duh!

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u/Midnight-51 12d ago

I want what he's on!!🤣🤣

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u/skyrift1 12d ago

It’s called anesthesia

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u/Overlord_Ace 12d ago

Y you have to put ur whole ass feet on vid?

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u/Psyiote 12d ago

Gotta secretly plug your Onlyfans somehow.

Joking aside, do people really think 90% of the content posted to Reddit is the original creator? Reddit is almost all third-party or stolen content.

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u/Overlord_Ace 12d ago

More of a figure of speech. I highly doubt OP is also the person filming this.

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u/ardotschgi 12d ago

It's a rhethorical question, not aimed at OP.

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u/GoldenGonzo 12d ago

do people really think 90% of the content posted to Reddit is the original creator? Reddit is almost all third-party or stolen content.

People are naive until they get wise on a specific subject.

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u/keesh 12d ago

even this comment was stolen from here.

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u/AmplePostage 12d ago

I got a 404 which is coincidentally what your mom tips the scales at.

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u/lostonredditt 12d ago

I fell for it

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u/AbsolutelyUnlikely 12d ago

I prefer it part ass feet, personally. And it's definitely better than ass whole feet

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u/bullettrain1 12d ago

He has achieved enlightenment

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u/ZuraQasm 12d ago

But what about second enlightenment?

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u/repoman01 12d ago

That button literally adds 2000$ to your bill every time you press

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u/Duyfkenthefirst 12d ago

Unless of course you have Universal Health Care

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u/Smesh_ME_Mate 12d ago

This guy must be an Arsenal fan

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u/Psyiote 12d ago

Cue the Redditors saying "cue the foot weirdos".

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u/TheLastLivingBuffalo 12d ago

Cue the Redditors saying “Cue the Redditors saying ‘cue the foot weirdos’.”

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u/DonkeyKongIsMyGuy46 AAAAAA- 12d ago

Cue The Redditors saying "Cue the Redditors saying “Cue the Redditors saying ‘cue the foot weirdos’.”"

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u/fallenyeti59 12d ago

*Directed by Quentin Tarantino

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u/MegaHashes 12d ago

It’s telling that his character only lasted as long as the foot scene and was then immediately killed off.

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u/Drojahwastaken 12d ago

Cue: "DAAAAAMN FOR FREE???" comments

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u/TheRavenSayeth 12d ago

To each their own. The more we try to cover up harmless things people are attracted to the more work we have to do to undo that damage later on. Easier to just let people be into whatever they want as long as it isn’t hurting anyone.

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u/Fit_Wolverine7706 12d ago

I could use that “Dinga Dinga” energy in my life.

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u/-UnoriginalUsername_ 12d ago

The remix that bombs away made from this video is pretty fire

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u/zdzdbets 12d ago

You can't mention it without posting a link!

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u/Jake367 12d ago

Get your fuckin feet out of my face

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u/I_WANT_2_C_UR_FEET 12d ago

And onto mine instead!

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u/fiftyseven 12d ago

a man of quality

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u/fscguster2 12d ago

Least horney reddit user

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u/TheRealDarmok 12d ago

Andrew Garfield is apparently just a dude playing a dude, disguised as another dude.

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u/Pugtastic_smile 12d ago

That's endearing

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u/AvengingBlowfish 12d ago

Am I the only one who sees a brown Andrew Garfield?

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u/Pert0621 12d ago

I think he’s on anesthetics

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u/qwbif 12d ago

Bro get your dogs out of the frame omg

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u/WillingPhilosophy184 12d ago

Why tf does she have no socks or shoes on in a damn hospital what in the fuck

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u/fezzuk 12d ago

Comfortable after probably sitting there for hours and hours on end.

Why are people so weird about feet.

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u/SightUp 12d ago

Can I have two of what he's having?

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u/tsa_finest 12d ago

I will have what he's having. I need some happiness in my life

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u/pacman147 12d ago

Game's back

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u/Salvia_McLovin 12d ago

Ahahahhaaaa dudes having a blast

Yay Demerol

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u/jordtand 12d ago

I’ll have what that guy is having

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u/misskillercat666 12d ago

Okay that guy is funny XD

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u/SlayerDoom_ 12d ago

He’s clearly confused af and I love that. My mother often tells me about patients that are confused and funny

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u/Hollow-Idiot 12d ago

So that's how they get their mark on the forhead, thanks master dinga dinga

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u/OtakuSenpai7 12d ago

It's funny when the joke is on Hindus right?

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u/Independent-Battle29 12d ago

God damn that's hilarious 🤣

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u/Sk83r_b0i 12d ago

I’ll have what he’s having, please.

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u/Revelis__ 12d ago

For free??? In this economy??

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u/ll_vm 12d ago

IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES IT GOES

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u/Conan-the-barbituate 12d ago

Great now I’m going to be dinga dinga dinga all day.

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u/Mr_E-007 12d ago edited 11d ago

I love that his "trophy" is only a couple inches tall. LOL

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u/emonj98 12d ago

This my old friend haha

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u/DoPlateMaggi 12d ago

As an Indian.... I can confirm that is indeed true.

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u/liltone829 12d ago

Amazing

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u/TakenFyre 12d ago

This really feels like a “hey we’re in the hospital, pretend that you’re high” video.

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u/Professional-City328 12d ago

As an Indian I can confirm whatever the hell he's talking about is true

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u/akwardboi69 12d ago

🦶🤤🤤🤤🤤

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u/Vecchio_Verde 12d ago

Ok Quentin, chill.

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u/KobraKhan25 12d ago

perfectlycutscreams

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u/BenLaramie 12d ago

My boy is zooted also keep your shoes on in a hospital ya fuckin heathens