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Why would you eat Jalepenos for dinner? There must be a punchline...
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Why would you eat Jalepenos for dinner? There must be a punchline...
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It’s not making sense ,as I go to my favourite Mexican restaurant and have no issues , nor at the Spice Hut .
But when I go to our local Thai restaurant I have major issues. I had a lot of discomfort walking , so I quit going .
Took two months and things are quite a bit better . I miss the place as the food is incredible, so I tried it again only to get pain and bleeding issues again .
I have no idea what the spice is that they use exactly,but it doesn’t seem to like me .
It’s unfortunate,as I forgot how incredible the food was their , and healthy as it’s not fattening.
Actually blood loss is good for you, as your system makes new blood and you get a lower white cell count , or something like that.
Normally I only had issues if I went their two days in a row , but things got worse apparently.
A few times I lost so much blood I was feeling a little faint ,so I took a leave of absence from their lol

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Hey Rick, I wonder if there's an undiagnosed ulcer in your digestive tract somewhere that is being aggravated by something specific they use? Or maybe reflux?
That could bleed. Still bad news though.

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My method is to look up the foreign word and copy the letter or word and drop it iŮ place. It is a special character, but you could also switch to a foreign language keyboard setting. There are other ways, check here: https://www.howtogeek.com/210824/how...one-or-tablet/

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Hey Rick, I wonder if there's an undiagnosed ulcer in your digestive tract somewhere that is being aggravated by something specific they use? Or maybe reflux?
That could bleed. Still bad news though.
Well I may get a colonoscopy again someday and see what he comes up with . I already kind of know what it is .
I slid down a mountain on my butt one day in 1975 when I was riding my dirt bike.
Unfortunately I hit a cactus. I pulled them out but one kinda stayed as it was in a hard place to reach if you know what I mean .
Well 30 years later it dwelled in until it created a 8.5 long cm canal and hit the colon.
I had a terrible time and finally seen a doctor . He operated,but with only a certain amount of success .
Iíve still been having issues but cope with it as he wants to cut my colon and let things heal better .
Says sometimes the colon can be reattached and sometimes it wonít take .
I know for an absolute fact that he will have 100 reasons why it shouldnít be reattached,and Iíll be stuck with a bag forever .

Sad part is I should have seen a doctor back on 75 , and this all could have been avoided.
I had no idea it would be this much of an issue though . Hard to believe a sliver or cactus quill can dam near kill you

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Wow. That's no good, I'm sorry it's such a pain your @$$.

I hear your reluctance to get on the bag though, that's not an exciting prospect for anyone.
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Itís not making sense ,as I go to my favourite Mexican restaurant and have no issues , nor at the Spice Hut .
But when I go to our local Thai restaurant I have major issues.
News flash Rick, Thai food can be incredibly hot. Or very mild. Mostly hot. Before I want to Thailand I could not stand spicy food. When I came back 2 years later, I thought I still couldn't stand spicy food - then found out that I could eat food that the guys who bragged they could eat really spicy food, and I that it was mild. But my ex could eat peppers that would raise a blister on my tongue. So if you're going to eat Thai food, authentic Thai food, pick and choose what you eat. There is one dish I could eat every day, sort of a soup, with pork, hard-boiled eggs, soy sauce, and I don't know what. Not spicy and very good. Their fried rice is excellent, as well as Thai curry - much better than Indian curry. Noodles are usually very good, but I don't care for rice noodles much. And they eat a number of things that I wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole. But all in all Thai is likely my favorite Asian food.

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Why would you eat Jalepenos for dinner? There must be a punchline...
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On an iPad, if you press and hold the n key, options appear, including Ů. Just öłÓdŽ your finger up to the one you want. Note, there are no options for d on a US qwerty layout.
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My method is to look up the foreign word and copy the letter or word and drop it iŮ place. It is a special character, but you could also switch to a foreign language keyboard setting. There are other ways, check here: https://www.howtogeek.com/210824/how...one-or-tablet/

In Microsoft Word, you can select special characters and select what you want from the list. Compose there, cut and paste into your browser, onto your RF post.
Seems like a lot of extra work for one lonely accent.
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Seems like a lot of extra work for one lonely accent.
Yes, but it's so cool.
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