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It was HIS idea. Just to be clear.

M asked me to guest blog a recent adventure with medical procedures for the purpose of keeping further “surprise” babies from showing up.  I wish I had video of the whole experience. As his mom put it, it was “comedy gold.”

If you’re interested in the “Snip/Tuck” story, click here.

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  1. justin must never...NEVER...read this post. But it's okay. Because I've read it and laughed over it enough for both of us...ironically, i see the word verification for my comment is "bedding". I adore you RK. Absolutely adore you.

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  2. I read it last night and laughed my butt off!! Then I called my husband in to read it, and his response was "Did they knock him out for it???!! I didn't know they knock you out for it!!" I lost it! You're an AWESOME story teller, let me just say!

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  3. Randa... That was the BEST story telling ever.. I laughed so hard here at work that the guys came over to ask me what was so funny and most of them know Muncher.. Thank you for that high laughter for my bad week.. I needed that.. Sorry that it was at the expense of Muncher:)

    Jess

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  4. You made my day! Hope Muncher is feeling better by now. But we sure enjoyed a laugh at his expense. :)

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  5. That is just the laugh I needed today!! Too funny...

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  6. too stinkin' funny! Allan asked what was so funny and i said NOTHING real quick!

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  7. That was so hilarious that I laughed until I cried... a LOT! The pictures were great!!!
    Steph

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  8. So hilarious!! Bill and I were laughing the whole time we were reading. Have you considered guesting at a stand-up comedy club? hehe.

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  9. Wow what a crazy experience that was! I can't believe the nurse didn't help, or get someone to help you when you were attempting to get him dressed as he was unconscious! Ridiculous! I can't believe they let him leave like that either.

    I sent it to Joe to read and he said "you want me to read this why?" LOL

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  10. Oh my gosh, I am so behind in my blog-reading and when I read this I just fell apart laughing...sitting on my front porch for all to hear, tears rolling down my face. That was the funniest story I've heard in ages and I can't believe you even thought to get pictures.
    My nephew's friend had the dr. literally die while he was performing his same procedure and here was the poor guy laying on the table while they had to deal with it. I never heard what ever happened, but can you even imagine?
    Thanks so much for sharing, you are a gifted writer.

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