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FSB says: 

Quote:I am civilized. I don't need to say that when I hurt myself.

I keep a small dog close by to kick on those occasions. 


Name that dog ...? ...  Fucko! ... Fucko is out of the yard off the leash in the neighbors garbage. 
Roll over and play dead Fucko.

I said fuck and a host of curse words many times today,
with each hard pain incurred while hiking through treacherous territory in the canyon here,
looking for jade and other minerals.
Like a thin branch that slaps you in the face hard when you brush by ...
fuck!
a long blackberry branch strafes your arm ... goddamit fuck

I was really pissed when my front toes in my hip waders got stuck under a flat boulder somehow,
while quickly carrying a 35 pound rock down to the water to get it wet,
and I tripped and the rock fell and chipped off a chunk.
That is when let off a "son of bitch" and a volley of whatever else ...

Last week I saw on the news, 
a little tidbit .... that cursing while having pain reduces the pain. Lol
Now I know why I curse so much in the canyon,
because I get beat up so bad in there by the terrain.
Then we have to climb the slope back up and out ...  fuckin A Whip

The cursing from pain is an immediate stress reaction and subtle relief.
I think the best policy is not to curse, 
but you have to admit that words like fuck and shit,
are just perfect when you have to curse.

I mean you can't say ... Oh poo-poo when shit happens, 
...well you can ... but that does not relieve pain. Nonono

There was a TV sci fi show once ... they said "frak instead" of fuck ... 
dozens of times per episode.
I thought to myself ... what the fuck is this frak bullshit?

Cursing is probably better for you in the long run .... than Demerol addiction ...
... try to minimize the goddammits ...

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FSB says: 

Quote: Wrote:I am civilized. I don't need to say that when I hurt myself.

I keep a small dog close by to kick on those occasions. 




Name that dog ...? ...  Fucko! ... Fucko is out of the yard off the leash in the neighbors garbage. 
Roll over and play dead Fucko.

I said fuck and a host of curse words many times today,
with each hard pain incurred while hiking through treacherous territory in the canyon here,
looking for jade and other minerals.
Like a thin branch that slaps you in the face hard when you brush by ...
fuck!
a long blackberry branch strafes your arm ... goddamit fuck

I was really pissed when my front toes in my hip waders got stuck under a flat boulder somehow,
while quickly carrying a 35 pound rock down to the water to get it wet,
and I tripped and the rock fell and chipped off a chunk.
That is when let off a "son of bitch" and a volley of whatever else ...

Last week I saw on the news, 
a little tidbit .... that cursing while having pain reduces the pain. [Image: lol.gif]
Now I know why I curse so much in the canyon,
because I get beat up so bad in there by the terrain.
Then we have to climb the slope back up and out ...  fuckin A [Image: whip.gif]

Pain can be so self-righteous Itza RITES itz Selfeous  ouch. LMAO!

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It seems unimaginable that intense, self-inflicted pain can result in an individual feeling much better, but that was the case with a longstanding ritual studied by researchers at the University of Connecticut.

SEPTEMBER 4, 2019

When more pain means more gain
by Elaina Hancock, University of Connecticut
[Image: whenmorepain.jpg]Credit: Dimitris Xygalatas
It seems unimaginable that intense, self-inflicted pain can result in an individual feeling much better, but that was the case with a longstanding ritual studied by researchers at the University of Connecticut.

Their study, published in Current Anthropology, reports significant positive psychological outcomes and increased perceived well-being in participants who performed an extreme annual ritual as part of a national celebration.
Dimitris Xygalatas, assistant professor of anthropology, studies all kinds of rituals and tends to see them everywhere in daily life. However, the bloody physical rigor endured by Tamil Hindus in Mauritius is very different from the holidays and sports rituals familiar to those in the United States.
"Ritual is something that has no clear function, we just do it because we do it," says Xygalatas, whose findings may provide insight into other extreme behaviors, such as ultramarathons or fire walking. "The reason they have survived is because they have specific benefits."
The researchers designed a real-life experiment to measure the psycho-physiological responses of those who participate in kavadi attam, not only during the ritual, but for weeks before and after the event. They did this by enlisting some 37 participants to wear a non-intrusive sensor, much like a Fitbit, as an armband.
The festival honors the Hindu God of war, Murugan. As the story goes, Murugan was caught in an epic battle with a demon where he used a spear to ensure his victory, says Xygalatas. In deference to him, Tamil Hindus across the world pierce and puncture their skin with skewers and needles. Then they begin a pilgrimage over many miles uphill to a temple, all the while pulling altars connected to their bodies.
Even for the week prior to the festival, the participants undergo deprivation in the form of fasting, sleeping on the floor, and abstaining from sex and other pleasures, to ensure that they are sufficiently ready for the ordeal ahead.



Quote:I am civilized. I don't need to say that when I hurt myself.

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Credit: Dimitris Xygalatas
Designing the experiment was very challenging, Xygalatas says. "It was crucial to use unobtrusive methods and not cause any disruption to the ritual or major alteration to the participants' behavior. We used an armband that is no heavier than a wristwatch, is invisible to observers, and can be worn for a week on one charge. People get used to it and quickly forget they even have it on. In fact, at the end of each period we often had to remind them to remove it."

With the armbands, the team measured physiological signals including stress, skin temperature, heat flux, heart rate, and sleep efficiency. Researchers also measured the weight of the altars and the number of piercings or skewers each participant had inserted.
They found a significant increase in the participants' assessment of their health after the ritual. In fact, the more pain they had endured during the ritual—the more needles they put through their body and the more energy they expended—the greater those benefits were.
This might help explain why those with chronic illness had higher odds of being in the group exposing themselves to the most pain. In addition, participants of lower socio-economic status and those with more severe health conditions seemed to engage in more painful rituals than those higher on the social ladder or in better health.
Researchers also found the ritual leads to a cohesive feeling within the community and a commitment to community on the part of the participants.
Xygalatas plans to continue studying the kavadi attam ritual and how it increases participants' quality of life.
"Traditional cultural practices that may strike outsiders as strange may actually have tangible benefits, by helping their practitioners cope with adversity," he says. "Although, of course, these practices should not be treated as a substitute for biomedical interventions, we should not dismiss their complementary utility for health management, especially in contexts where psychiatric or other medical interventions are either not widely available or are associated with stigma."




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[b]More information:[/b] Dimitris Xygalatas et al. Effects of Extreme Ritual Practices on Psychophysiological Well-Being, Current Anthropology (2019). DOI: 10.1086/705665
[b]Journal information:[/b] Current Anthropology






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Fucko the neighbor's dog barks too much and barks at everything all summer long.

Fucko the neighbor's dog runs into my yard and eats the other neighbors dog shit.

Fucko's owner, a daffy and  attractive female about 53 runs over and scolds Fucko for eating shit.
She bends over to look into Fucko's shit eating grin,
and as she bends over verbally admonishing Fucko,
her flimsy thin summer dress gets kind of stuck up above her nice round ass,
and she displays her entire package between her legs, 
with thin white panties on. 

Holy shit, I thought to myself.
Next thing you know, as she is marching Fucko back home,
she quickly bends over again to look at Fucko's poopy face.
An even better angle of view!

So when the other neighbor's dog shits in the yard some where else now,
I scoop up his terds with a shovel,
and deposit them in the exact same place that Fucko ate the earlier pile of doggy dumplings.

Rofl

Just like clockwork.
Fucko is out there again and seen gobbling the poops as fast as he can,
and out runs the Daffy Princess to rescue her royal gravy hound.

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And Fucko has that look on his face like he got away with a roast turkey feast.
Makes you wonder what the Daffy Queen feeds Fucko at home?
She feeds him well. 
Fucko eats shit for fun just to piss her off and make her clean his shit eating grin.

Fucko and his female owner are really fucked up.
They both should wear clown costumes in this goofy event.

I feed the other neighbor's dog treats, ... and encourage him to take a shit nearby.

The more shit you feed Fucko, the happier he is,
and the less he barks.
 
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who says a shit eating dog's totally worthless.. :)
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