|Frank Rizzo - 2009-02-03 |
*thinking even harder*
"...ok now I..."
*about to discover something truly amazing*
"...I have 2 fingers."
|libby1217 - 2009-02-03 |
that poor kid... he's adorable...i wish i could get that high!!!
so many thoughts so little time...
|SecretJunk - 2009-02-03 |
Is this real life?!
caught in a landslide ...
|mouser - 2009-02-03 |
This kid is totally wasted and will remember this FOREVER. And he'll want more soon.
|oogaBooga - 2009-02-03 |
Holy shit this is entertaining. Get this child more drugs, stat!
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-02-03 |
Throw the old "this statement is false" at him.
That is better saved for after he has completed the trivium.
|RomancingTrain - 2009-02-03 |
Why is this happening to me?!
|The Townleybomb - 2009-02-03 |
Reminds me of the time that I fell off my bike and had to get stitches and was convinced for a few days afterwards that Clayton (the snooty guy from Benson) had put the stitches into me. A++++ WOULD WATCH AGAIN
|boner - 2009-02-03 |
What the hell did that dentist give him? I never got anything but a numb lip.
Nah, N2O wears off in seconds. I'd assume he got oral surgery and the Dr gave him twilight sedation, so it's some heavy shit like valium. Some kids parents can afford the fancy dentist who gives you fun drugs.
|Species - 2009-02-03 |
I think we all share that same exact thought when we're in that situation:
"Is this going to be forever?!"
Would have been funny to see him react to his dad saying "Yes, son. Forever. And ever. And ever."
|Torture the Artist - 2009-02-03 |
I like the unprovoked and immediately forgotten warrior shriek.
|kingarthur - 2009-02-03 |
|Cleaner82 - 2009-02-03 |
I sound a little like this when I'm blind stinking drunk. Without the yelling.
|Prickly Pete - 2009-02-03 |
Made better by having watched up to about :40, then skipping randomly to :58 to find him mid scream.
|Jeff Fries - 2009-02-03 |
1:33-36 - I feel funny, like a Jew funny
|zatojones - 2009-02-03 |
he's already tired of it
|chairsforcheap - 2009-02-03 |
dad has clearly helped friends through this sort of thing before...
|chumbucket - 2009-02-03 |
|Stopheles - 2009-02-03 |
When I was four, I cracked a tooth and had to have it, and an abcess, removed. Three decades later, I can still remember the sensation of recovering in a dim, mildly-spinning room, and feeling like I was sliding backwards.
When my dad took me out to the car, I told him "There were wheels in my back, but it was okay because Captain America was there."
Now I wish he'd had a tape recorder on hand.
|Xiphias - 2009-02-03 |
this kid has a lifetime of substance abuse ahead of him, but he's gonna be the life of the party
also, a good dad (except for the whole putting his stoned son on youtube thing)
|heyitslozeau - 2009-02-03 |
this is pretty much half the conversations I had in college.
|cognitivedissonance - 2009-02-03 |
It's a shame that my first experience with anaesthetic was long past adolescence.
|Nikon - 2009-02-03 |
PROTIP: Start the video, leave the sound on, and then look away from the screen.
It's a whole new story.
|dueserpenti - 2009-02-04 |
"Is this real life?"
"I have two fingers."
"Is this gonna be forever?"
Kid, your life will never be the same, for today, you are a man.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-02-05 |
This is just as much for the dad's reaction.
|athodyd - 2009-02-05 |
I need to do more yelling when I'm high.
|fluffy - 2009-02-06 |
My brother and I got our wisdom teeth out on the same day, and apparently we were also tripping balls thanks to the valium and midazolam. Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately), our parents didn't have cheap digital camcorders to record it with.
I do distinctly remember that as the midazolam was kicking in, I had the distinct urge to say, "Dave... I can feel my mind going... daisy, daisy" and then two subjective seconds later the procedure was done. I have no idea if I ever said it or not. I probably said it repeatedly and laughed like an idiot every time.
|kingofthenothing - 2009-02-06 |
for a 7 year old tripping balls, he speaks his mind well. "Is this real life?" was deep.
"I feel funny... why is this happening to me? Is this going to be forever?"
Very good questions.
|nage - 2009-02-09 |
nothing could improve this.
|yeahjim - 2009-02-10 |
This child is right on track. What great observations and questions.
|bopeton - 2009-02-16 |
0:56, he can't break those cuffs.
|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-03-03 |
"I can't see ANYTHING"
|Pie Boy - 2009-04-07 |
"You have four eyes."
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-04-22 |
I thought I rated this when it first showed up.
Reminds me of my first time under the knife. I remember the anesthesiologist had a head-wrap bandana thing, whatever you call those, with a floral pattern on it. Last thing I remember saying was something about him having flowers on his head.
|twinkieafternoon - 2009-07-14 |
I had 4 ingrown teeth removed by a doctor once, my first major mouth opoeration when I was around 10 or so, and he gave me a heavy dose of laughing gas and and an injection, I don't remember what. I didn't fall asleep, but I was swimming.
The entire procedure, while he operated on me, I was telling him (I remember it clear as day) about all the galaxies I was swiping at and floating around among. Just galaxies all around me. I also felt like sand everywhere, and he knew all about that because I would stop talking while he worked around me.
After they sat me down on the bed to recover so my mom could take me home, I tried to give her a history lesson on why Jackie Robinson was such an important American figure. "But, Mom...he was the first one! You don't get it...he was the first one!"
Hurt like hell on the way home.
|Squeamish - 2010-06-08 |
He's riding high with Dentist Jesus right now.
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