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January 16, 2020

WHOEVER DID THIS STUDY APPARENTLY IS UNFAMILIAR WITH THE PROSTATE

You're likely to be most miserable at age 47, study suggests

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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The blog is, unfortunately, correct. :P

But I'm feeling MUCH better now.

Oh goody, something to look forward to in three years.

I can't remember. Is 47 the age when Rachael from Card Services discovers you have a telephone ?

Snork @ ImNotDave.

No mention of the professor's age.

It helps if you don't drink beer after 4PM.

When I was 47, I had a functioning prostate and we were looking forward to having a flying car.
Now that I look back on those times, nothing worked out. I don't have a functioning prostate or a flying car. So that study was correct.

Recently went through the procedure performed with a Da Vinci robot and my Urologist at the controls.

Thank God for early detection and the nerve sparing precision of robotic surgery. My Doc has performed over 2,000 procedures.

At 47, I was promoting Cialis and the most popular rep in town with my samples. Now I'm getting a taste of my own medicine in more ways than one. All in all, things are looking UP!

At 47 I looked 35, benched over 250, had a resting heart rate of under 50. Twenty years later I am a fat blob. Oh to be miserable again.

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