#2
One time I had the hiccups. Then I had some water. Then I didn't have the hiccups anymore


Fin.
Last edited by Arthur Curry at Feb 18, 2007,
#3
dude, that's a serious sickness. it's not funny at all.
I've been coughing for 3 months, I feel exhausted half the time cuz so much energy goes into anticipating and exaulting the next caugh.
#4
Quote by Arthur Curry
One time I had the hiccups. Then I had some water. Then I didn't have the hiccups anymore.


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#5
Video won't load for me, but i feel sorry for her...her life IS hell.

I also saw a german documentary about a woman who spontaneously fell asleep over 50 times a day. She couldn't tell when. She would just collapse and sleep, and she couldn't do anything about it. She said she had nightmares every time. Can you imagine if she fell asleep while crossing the road? I doubt she's allowed to drive.
#6
thats terrible. None of that is funny. Yeah i cough quite a bit for a long time. Too much phlegm. Creeps me out.


after watching that video, the damn hiccups scare me now. I know it is rare, but still....scary shit
Last edited by xDie_Romanticx at Feb 18, 2007,
#7
My grandad once had hiccups for several days.
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#8
Let's face it, it's a funny condition. Still, that must be quite horrible for her.
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