I used that ignore thingy, works for meYes, he lingers around like a bad smell you can't escape, seeking to stalk your every waking moment on ARRSE... because as the name suggests being a widow, he's got f**k all better to do, I think but don't quote me on this it's the 11th time he's obviously been divorced
Yes, he lingers around like a bad smell you can't escape, seeking to stalk your every waking moment on ARRSE... because as the name suggests being a widow, he's got f**k all better to do, I think but don't quote me on this it's the 11th time he's obviously been divorced
So you fully admit to being a troll.Hahahaha - showing your lack of knowledge there Walter!
Point of order - I don’t come on this site very often. There are better things to do than argue with mouth breathers.
Just log on when I’m bored at an airport or something - get some bitey mongs all blubbery and snotty - it’s always the same people (the terminally obese @Oddbod @chuggafugga etc.) Then get back to actual life.
Some do but I think there is also a feeling that if somebody has made (willingly or unwillingly) a bit of a sacrifice, something that I think you know quite a bit about, then they ought to get a bit more help than the average citizen.
How would you have felt if they had said "yeah sorry about that arms and legs thing, might as well book a GP's appointment and see what they can do, bye"
I suspect that you may have been dealt with in a slightly higher priority fashion and rightly so, you earned it.
The name Twayne
For having the name 'Twane' he deserves forty lashes followed by immediate deportation,...and a couple of pages back...
She had asked to be sectioned as she believed she'd actually get some help - after a few weeks (and only the one suicide attempt on the ward with a razor) she was released due to them being 'unable to cope' with her 'complex medical issues'
it became very complicated after her that, with her mental decline, poisoning (most probably from tainted prescribed medication) leading to brain damage and near fatal coma and thanks to the poisoning the hospital trying to have her mother arrested, several years later she's learning to walk again.
I think you can only be born with it.
Unless you can catch it like some kind of disease. Nope.
I do get that some may not show symptoms from early years but, you are born with it. It's in the hard-wiring which is from the mix of genes.
That’s a very sad story and I hope she regains her mobility. It doesn’t alter the fact that you won’t be sectioned because you ask to be. The criteria are extremely tight and rigorously applied. You have to be either a risk to yourself or someone else at the time of assessment AND suffering from a mental illness that can be treated.
I wasnt saying you'll get sectioned for asking, simply pointing out that services vary and round here they are shockingly poor, Sectioning being used as a threat for non compliant patients wasn't the only thing I disagreed with, however I'm not going to go into that here
Like many services it seems to be luck, or a postcode, as to what you end up getting