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4 hours ago, Der Kaiser said:

Dental Abscess from 7 months ago has flared up.....

 

Ibuprofen has now stopped working.

 

Genuinely feel like throwing myself down the stairs in the hope of knocking myself out to get a few hours kip.

 

I had a dental abscess for about a year, over the first lockdown.  It would flare up for a bit, and eventually settle down, but it was always there.

 

I ended up just getting the tooth pulled because it was never getting better.  Much happier for it though, so might be worth just taking the plunge.

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4 hours ago, Der Kaiser said:

Dental Abscess from 7 months ago has flared up.....

 

Ibuprofen has now stopped working.

 

Genuinely feel like throwing myself down the stairs in the hope of knocking myself out to get a few hours kip.

 

Same here, you have my sincere sympathy.                                                                                                                  February attempt to remove my offending tooth ended in disaster, the tooth shattered leaving one part of the root still firmly lodged in my jaw. I've been waiting for a dental hospital appointment since Feb. Hospital set up an on-line consultation, waited an hour and ten with a no show from them. They sent me a letter stating I'm no longer on their waiting list because I failed to keep an appointment. I sent them a letter back informing them that no appointment was set up because the on-line consultation process was not fit for purpose. They offered another, I said no, just get a professional to give me a call, I'm still waiting. 

 

This abscess flared up when I was in Tenerife last month, luckily the abscess exposed itself on top of the dead root location, it was the size of a pea, I could move it from side to side with my tongue. A needle, vodka, listerine and home made salt water mouth wash kept the fecker at bay.

 

I'm on antibiotics as I type and since last Thursday, I've burst it again 3 times, not Ideal. I've got another couple of days on the antibiotics then I'll be back at the dentist. This b*s*a*d thing needs extracted.

 

Don't suffer with this abscess keep pestering the dental practice or hospital, dental abscesses are considered emergency's...good luck! 

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For those that have been getting abscesses, ask your dentist for an x-ray once it's been treated, i'd had asuccession that I thought were all down to a bad tooth and my old dentist agreed/said the same. Moved to a new much better dentist who noticed a small cyst about a cm past the end of the root and instantly sent the xray off to a consultant at st johns. turned out to be nothing bad but much better to have had it checked.

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Also for those with tooth pain, you can go private. 
 

My root canal tooth cracked last week and I managed to get it repaired today. £450 lighter for the pleasure, but they wanted me to wait until March with the NHS!

 

Will happily not go to the boozer for a few weeks in exchange for no tooth pain. 

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People who use the possessive when talking about hobbies etc.  “She loves her crosswords.”  “He loves his motor sports”.

 

The word “eatery”.

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I had a wisdom tooth removed two weeks ago so feel your pain gents. Only now starting to ease up on the pain killers. Would rather not have to go through that again.

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Radio stations that play songs such as Lynrd Skynrd's "Freebird", Stone Roses' "I am the Resurrection" or Eric Clapton's "Layla" but fade them out after 3 minutes before the instrumental section begins.

 

They should have their broadcasting licence revoked and the producers of the show sent to prison for a term of no less than 6 months.

 

 

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20 hours ago, LMc said:

I had a wisdom tooth removed two weeks ago so feel your pain gents. Only now starting to ease up on the pain killers. Would rather not have to go through that again.


I had all four of mine out at once. My face was square with all the swelling. 

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20 hours ago, LMc said:

I had a wisdom tooth removed two weeks ago so feel your pain gents. Only now starting to ease up on the pain killers. Would rather not have to go through that again.

 

27 minutes ago, Helzibob said:


I had all four of mine out at once. My face was square with all the swelling. 

 

When I got my wisdom teeth removed they just popped out....no pain, no drama...

 

:verysmug:

 

 

However, my 6 monthly scale and polish is a fekkin nighmare as I seem to have hyper sensitivity in my teeth...

 

 

:seething:

 

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9 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

 

 

When I got my wisdom teeth removed they just popped out....no pain, no drama...

 

:verysmug:

 

 

However, my 6 monthly scale and polish is a fekkin nighmare as I seem to have hyper sensitivity in my teeth...

 

 

:seething:

 

Dry socket is even worse. it happens after a tooth extraction doesnt properly heal. I had it for around 3 weeks. Bloody agony. 

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2 hours ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

 

However, my 6 monthly scale and polish is a fekkin nighmare as I seem to have hyper sensitivity in my teeth...

 

 

:seething:

 

I'm the same, I turn into a wee girl as soon as I sit in the dentists chair. I'm at the point now where I need a local anaesthetic before they start the scraping. The hygienist prefers that as it means she has a no bite guarantee.

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3 minutes ago, superjack said:

I'm the same, I turn into a wee girl as soon as I sit in the dentists chair. I'm at the point now where I need a local anaesthetic before they start the scraping. The hygienist prefers that as it means she has a no bite guarantee.

"wee girl" is how I describe myself to the dentist when they say let's S&P... :( 

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46 minutes ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

"wee girl" is how I describe myself to the dentist when they say let's S&P... :( 

I know. I usually have a reasonably high pain threshold. Not sure why it disappears at the dentists. I'd choose the pain from a broken bone over the dentist every time. 

I've tried a few different techniques over the years: going in half pissed, going in stoned, taking half a dozen tramadol an hour before my visit. End result, I'm just a wasted wee girl instead.

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Pain relented on Thursday. 

Quickly followed by me lancing the lump on my gum with a pin and squeezing out half a litre of pus.

The swelling was worse this time and started reaching my eye which was a concern but its now on its way out.

 

I'm not facing the prospect of this again and asking for an extraction at my next visit.

 

AND

 

I had to get a camera shoved up my arse today as well just to cap off a really superb week.

Medical reasons obviously.....although I did get given gas and air.....and wow.....four deep inhalations of that and you get really light headed. Short lived but never realised how strong that stuff is.

 

Finally able to eat after nowt for two days.

Had a Burger King. .....that was a mistake.

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5 minutes ago, Der Kaiser said:

Pain relented on Thursday. 

Quickly followed by me lancing the lump on my gum with a pin and squeezing out half a litre of pus.

The swelling was worse this time and started reaching my eye which was a concern but its now on its way out.

 

I'm not facing the prospect of this again and asking for an extraction at my next visit.

 

AND

 

I had to get a camera shoved up my arse today as well just to cap off a really superb week.

Medical reasons obviously.....although I did get given gas and air.....and wow.....four deep inhalations of that and you get really light headed. Short lived but never realised how strong that stuff is.

 

Finally able to eat after nowt for two days.

Had a Burger King. .....that was a mistake.

Was empathising until that , you savage...

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Till assistants in shops who prolong your wait in the queue while they chat to the customer in front of you about crap like Strictly! Its a shop not a social meeting place!

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On 19/11/2021 at 23:29, Der Kaiser said:

Pain relented on Thursday. 

Quickly followed by me lancing the lump on my gum with a pin and squeezing out half a litre of pus.

The swelling was worse this time and started reaching my eye which was a concern but its now on its way out.

 

I'm not facing the prospect of this again and asking for an extraction at my next visit.

 

AND

 

I had to get a camera shoved up my arse today as well just to cap off a really superb week.

Medical reasons obviously.....although I did get given gas and air.....and wow.....four deep inhalations of that and you get really light headed. Short lived but never realised how strong that stuff is.

 

Finally able to eat after nowt for two days.

Had a Burger King. .....that was a mistake.

 

Is the burger king meal the reason you had a camera inserted up your farter?

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22 minutes ago, Stuart Lyon said:

Till assistants in shops who prolong your wait in the queue while they chat to the customer in front of you about crap like Strictly! Its a shop not a social meeting place!

Never, under any circumstances, go near a Morrisons on a Sunday morning (I mean, I usually wouldn't go near a Morrisons at any time), but I learned the hard way that it is essentially a space for wee Effie on the till to have a blether with her pals who are in for a packet of Rich Tea, while any actual customers should wait until after lunch or brave the self-scan.

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15 minutes ago, Jeff said:

 

Is the burger king meal the reason you had a camera inserted up your farter?

No.....but going how bad that burger was it may result in another rectal photoshoot.

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Harry Potter
17 minutes ago, Jeff said:

 

Is the burger king meal the reason you had a camera inserted up your farter?

Bit personal😮.

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13 minutes ago, Der Kaiser said:

No.....but going how bad that burger was it may result in another rectal photoshoot.

Sounds like an off-menu request. Just be careful not to get mixed up with the Whopper XL.

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On 19/11/2021 at 19:51, Konrad von Carstein said:

However, my 6 monthly scale and polish is a fekkin nighmare as I seem to have hyper sensitivity in my teeth...

 

 

:seething:

 

 

My dentist has started doing the S&P with warm water/air and it's miles better than it was before, still not great but definitely a huge improvement

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On 18/11/2021 at 18:50, Captain Sausage said:

Also for those with tooth pain, you can go private. 
 

My root canal tooth cracked last week and I managed to get it repaired today. £450 lighter for the pleasure, but they wanted me to wait until March with the NHS!

 

Will happily not go to the boozer for a few weeks in exchange for no tooth pain. 

 

I switched to private a couple of years ago and won't ever go back to the NHS butchers, you can always look into things like denplan to ease the costs too, like you say a few weeks off the bevvy in exchange for good dentistry that you don't have to wait for is well worth it

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10 minutes ago, Ribble said:

 

I switched to private a couple of years ago and won't ever go back to the NHS butchers, you can always look into things like denplan to ease the costs too, like you say a few weeks off the bevvy in exchange for good dentistry that you don't have to wait for is well worth it

is the cost much more i find the NHS expensive enough.

cheaper getting the car serviced lol.

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3 minutes ago, Harry Potter said:

is the cost much more i find the NHS expensive enough.

cheaper getting the car serviced lol.

 

Depends on the treatment and how much work you need done really, I needed a huge amount of work done having spent years being terrified of the dentist and having bad work done by the NHS so over lockdown I had 7 grands worth of work done with just over half claimed back on Denplan.

 

There's not a huge difference for routine appointments but once you start getting actual procedures then you'd see the difference as the NHS is capped at less than £300 where that wouldn't even cover a single crown for example when you go private. I had 3 or 4 veneers done, not for a hollywood smile but to protect the tooth and improve my bite, at a bargain half price it was £375 a tooth.

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43 minutes ago, Ribble said:

 

Depends on the treatment and how much work you need done really, I needed a huge amount of work done having spent years being terrified of the dentist and having bad work done by the NHS so over lockdown I had 7 grands worth of work done with just over half claimed back on Denplan.

 

There's not a huge difference for routine appointments but once you start getting actual procedures then you'd see the difference as the NHS is capped at less than £300 where that wouldn't even cover a single crown for example when you go private. I had 3 or 4 veneers done, not for a hollywood smile but to protect the tooth and improve my bite, at a bargain half price it was £375 a tooth.

thanks , 

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The phrase used as a smart arse reply on social media "tell me you're such and such, without telling me you're such and such".

Aye, it was mildly amusing to start with, but try telling me you're an unoriginal dick, without telling me you're an unoriginal dick.

 

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22 minutes ago, Beni said:

The phrase used as a smart arse reply on social media "tell me you're such and such, without telling me you're such and such".

Aye, it was mildly amusing to start with, but try telling me you're an unoriginal dick, without telling me you're an unoriginal dick.

 

 

I have seen some good ones but overall they are a bit tiresome 

 

 

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Harry Potter

Garage hoover nozzle blocked again, 😒, hoover is for sooking up dust not hair bands and lighters.

15 mins wasted, clueless acts again, not difficult to understand.

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The wee one woke up with a quite a bad rash this morning. Phoned the docs to see if we could get a call back for advice. Receptionist advised us that they were on  half day for training (customer service hopefully) and to submit a form online. After 40 odd questions, the automated reply advised that we would get an answer before 6pm tomorrow!

 

Took some pics and went to the chemist, spoke to a pharmacist who did a prescription within 15 mins.

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1 hour ago, Salad Fingers said:

The wee one woke up with a quite a bad rash this morning. Phoned the docs to see if we could get a call back for advice. Receptionist advised us that they were on  half day for training (customer service hopefully) and to submit a form online. After 40 odd questions, the automated reply advised that we would get an answer before 6pm tomorrow!

 

Took some pics and went to the chemist, spoke to a pharmacist who did a prescription within 15 mins.

NHS 24 might have been worth trying.

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48 minutes ago, Sooperstar said:

NHS 24 might have been worth trying.

 

As the day went on and we seen that she wasn't getting any worse or had any other symptoms then that probably would have been a better option in hindsight.  

 

Not used NHS24 since my youngest daughter ate some cat litter out her grans cat litter tray :laugh:

 

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28 minutes ago, Salad Fingers said:

 

As the day went on and we seen that she wasn't getting any worse or had any other symptoms then that probably would have been a better option in hindsight.  

 

Not used NHS24 since my youngest daughter ate some cat litter out her grans cat litter tray :laugh:

 

I'd probably not be too keen on phoning them back after that one either!

 

What was the outcome?!

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1 minute ago, Sooperstar said:

I'd probably not be too keen on phoning them back after that one either!

 

What was the outcome?!

 

I had to check the tray to see if there was anything in it. Thankfully it was just recently changed so the advice was keep an eye on her but she should be okay. 

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Harry Potter
3 hours ago, Salad Fingers said:

The wee one woke up with a quite a bad rash this morning. Phoned the docs to see if we could get a call back for advice. Receptionist advised us that they were on  half day for training (customer service hopefully) and to submit a form online. After 40 odd questions, the automated reply advised that we would get an answer before 6pm tomorrow!

 

Took some pics and went to the chemist, spoke to a pharmacist who did a prescription within 15 mins.

Thats shocking bud, at least the pharmacist helped you.

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6 hours ago, Salad Fingers said:

The wee one woke up with a quite a bad rash this morning. Phoned the docs to see if we could get a call back for advice. Receptionist advised us that they were on  half day for training (customer service hopefully) and to submit a form online. After 40 odd questions, the automated reply advised that we would get an answer before 6pm tomorrow!

 

Took some pics and went to the chemist, spoke to a pharmacist who did a prescription within 15 mins.

 

2 hours ago, Harry Potter said:

Thats shocking bud, at least the pharmacist helped you.

During the pandemic doctors  have been almost in hiding whilst pharmacies have remained open and have taken up the role of doctors surgeries 

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2 hours ago, 3fingersreid said:

 

During the pandemic doctors  have been almost in hiding whilst pharmacies have remained open and have taken up the role of doctors surgeries 


Yep. It’s like they are enjoying the peace 

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10 hours ago, 3fingersreid said:

 

During the pandemic doctors  have been almost in hiding whilst pharmacies have remained open and have taken up the role of doctors surgeries 

spot on bud, my wife is a nurse, has never halted.

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Another diesel spill in garage, (clueless), 3 clowns wi no lights on at 8am, beyond me.

Just the usual, but a different day.

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Lothian buses tracker , **** off its shite😡😡😡😡😡😡

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Lothian buses tracker , **** off its shite😡😡😡😡😡😡

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41 minutes ago, 3fingersreid said:

Lothian buses tracker , **** off its shite😡😡😡😡😡😡

 

2 minutes ago, 3fingersreid said:

Lothian buses tracker , **** off its shite😡😡😡😡😡😡

You wait for ages and then two turn up. 

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1 minute ago, Tazio said:

 

You wait for ages and then two turn up. 

**** didn’t even realise I’d posted on here 😂😂😂😂😂

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Harry Potter

Hopefully the gritters will be out this morning to keep our roads clear.

not a seethe yet, but will be if they dont,🥶.

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Gloves. Every year when it gets cold I go to dig out warm gloves and can’t find them. I definitely bought new ones last year (again) and can’t find the things anywhere. Though I did find a single glove from the year before’s pair. 

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"Sober Saturday's" and "Fresh Sunday's" posts on Facebook. Usually accompanied by a picture of the parents and kids on the couch with a big throw and snacks watching a film on the Saturday or the family at the park or beach with hot chocolates on the Sunday. 

 

Why would you make a big thing out of spending time with your kids instead of drinking? It surely doesn't impress anyone, just makes you look like a selfish arsehole. 

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Maybe give drivers (like me for eg) a wee bit of notice that when turning right onto the W Approach Road from Morrison Street/Link the left hand lane is shut immediately after the junction.

And shift that fallen-over sign right at the junction before someone (me) drives over it.

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26 minutes ago, Salad Fingers said:

"Sober Saturday's" and "Fresh Sunday's" posts on Facebook. Usually accompanied by a picture of the parents and kids on the couch with a big throw and snacks watching a film on the Saturday or the family at the park or beach with hot chocolates on the Sunday. 

 

Why would you make a big thing out of spending time with your kids instead of drinking? It surely doesn't impress anyone, just makes you look like a selfish arsehole. 

For someone my age the seethe there is when did this happen to men? I’m not thinking men should be smoking Woodbine and beating their kids every day but there seems to be a thing where grown men are acting like teenage girls. “What did you do at the weekend mate?”  “Oh it was cool, I got a new onesie so we had a duvet and pampering day”. Just **** right off what are you doing next? A ****ing pyjama party listening to K Pop? My nieces husband is always fecking off for spray tans and hair treatments when he has a day off. Big ****ing jessie 

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