Question Posted Wednesday October 14 2009, 11:29 pm
hey everyone, this is a weird yet stupid question. I really wanna be able to stay in a hospital room for like a week or two. But i dont know what to do to make me end up there for a health reason thats not painful... any ideas
hitler_the_goat answered Friday October 16 2009, 9:49 pm: are you fucking serious? okay, okay, I'll try to answer this while not shooting jameson and sprite through my nose...
Heroin bob disease
act crazy and threaten to kill loads of people
lou Gherigs disease
anal rupturing(too much rough anal sex, if you swing that way)
gunshot wounds(to the face)
car crash injuries
play with wild pigs
play with opossums
thats all I can think of
-Gunner [ hitler_the_goat's advice column | Ask hitler_the_goat A Question ]
Razhie answered Thursday October 15 2009, 2:01 am: A few quick things:
Medical fraud is a crime, a misdemoner in most places. In addtion to hospital bills, you can be fined if people find out you knowingly misled a doctor.
Very few things keep you in a hospital room for that long. A kidney stone is rarely more then four days, a broken bone is hardly even over night. The most common procedures are not more then a few days. Two weeks is very uncommon unless you are dealing with a serious, long-term sort of illness. Even most public mental health facilities wont keep you that long unless you are seriously deranged, there are just not enough beds for people who REALLY need treatment (Plus, there is the money problem, depending on where you live.)
The best thing to do is to talk to a clinic or a family doctor about the truth of what is going on. There might be other resources available to you to handle your actual problem. [ Razhie's advice column | Ask Razhie A Question ]
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