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Someone Done Who Dood The Who Do Man?

Is it good to force a man into a mental hospital against his will? What if it happened to you, or your sister? How would you feel?

I had another run in with the county last week. After 60 years of being single and having only one real girl friend my whole life I looked over a couple of this-is-how-you-get-the-girl tutorials by David DeAngelo and a couple others by Jack J Lee. I found them while pursuing Marketing tutorials by modern and past days masters.

All my life I somehow believed Jesus would get around to shipping little miss real hot stuff, probably ups with a ribbon in her hair and a note on her chest saying, “Special Delivery For Mr. Terry Chestnutt from the Good Man of the House Special Special Special.”

After 60 years I figured if I haven’t earned my wings by now its time to cut my losses and move on. So I tested the market. Posted some vague suggestions here and there with some passable looking women who could go incognito as my grand daughters, some of them up there some on the ladder, but according to the masters that doesn’t matter as much as standing out against the back drop of 200 or so guys a day who are all the same. Plenty of those around to be sent away with yesterday’s paper and a to do list. Don’t sweat it, my little friend.

The results were surprisingly exciting. In nothing flat one of the better looking ones was doing some intimate modeling for me and enjoyed it as much as I did. I thought maybe I would scale things up. Sure considered it.

But my nurse was in a panic. I have a condition and my vital signs were throwing fits. So were my blood chemistry levels and my oxygen values.. I asked her to take care of it. Thanks for telling me but I am pursuing other interests at the moment. I am sure you will work it out.

She contacted my doctor. Both of them. My meds were changed every two days. Then I had to take shots. Turned out all of a sudden I had no choice. When I threw a fit and wanted to know why I got no straight answer. I threw more fits. At one point she almost cried and offered to release me from her care to advise how to leave the mental health system….Nope, don’t take it like that, please.

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  1. That must have been quiet an experience, Wrath. I’m glad you escaped without being put in the looney bin. I had to go into the hospital last month for an overnight stay and I must say, I was certainly happy to be rid of the place.

  2. That must have been quiet an experience, Wrath. I\’m glad you escaped without being put in the looney bin. I had to go into the hospital last month for an overnight stay and I must say, I was certainly happy to be rid of the place.

  3. Intriguing story, The way you wrote it made me laugh unintentionally though. Glad you didn’t have to go to an alternative place. I worked in one and wouldn’t want to see you there. Great share. :)

  4. Hi Ruby. Good to see you are still kicking back! Way to go! But I can’t make out the name of the fellow member underneath you.. I lost my glasses at the ‘”shrink wrap plant” and the print is too small here to make out the name. I am not sure why you don’t want to see me ‘”there” lol. Wish the county felt the same way. lol even harder! Thanks both of you for a pleasing moment here today. Nice to be”back.” lol!!!

  5. OMG…i’m thinking this was serious shit, but then – why did i find myself giggling?
    Sounds like quite the ‘out there’ experience, my friend, and not out there in a good way!

  6. Hi Karn. It was easy. Made things better for me, believe it or not. Thanks tons for looking me up. My meds were skewed and the doctor pushed me into the Manic state because he did not know enough about the medication. It is a deadly one when not managed correctly. The doc at the hospital corrected the damage and achieved the original aim. Some docs are better than others.

  7. Hi Karn. It was easy. Made things better for me, believe it or not. Thanks tons for looking me up. My meds were skewed and the doctor pushed me into the Manic state because he did not know enough about the medication. It is a deadly one when not managed correctly. The doc at the hospital corrected the damage and achieved the original aim. Some docs are better than others…

  8. Very well expressed and designed. Thanks.

  9. Good gosh o’ golly. What a trip. Glad they didn’t knock you off. But there’s always next time. Until then keep your sense of humor as it leaves me in stitches And a stitch in time saves me nine…days in the psch ward..

  10. Thanks Dan and the member above. I see the eye doctor March 1st then I will be back in the saddle. Humor is a big part of this post, Dan, I agree and am glad you caught that. Good advice, too.

  11. Wrath, I’m so sorry that I misunderstood. I thought you were making a joke. I do hope you will be okay. These meds can go wrong and mess you up. You take good care of yourself.

  12. Thanks for the good vibes, Ruby. U wish you well like wise.

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