Prescription for Disaster: The funny side of falling apart

A book about the hilarious side of being ridiculously diseased - laughing at life and encouraging others to do the same.

This is not a book about a disease itself, nor does it have any woe is me or forced epiphanies on the meaning of life and health. Its a book about sobbing student nurses wielding sharp needles, falling hospital elevators, having to be surgically removed from your own sweater for an X-ray and support group brawls. About getting my whole family pulled off into a cement bunker at British customs for being more radioactive than a truck full of Russian nails. Its about sneaking nachos into the hospital at seven in the morning and making sweet, sweet love to the back of a parked taxi while having a stroke. This is a book about laughing and joyfully embracing the bizarre and the truly funny side of being ridiculously, incurably diseased.

So sit back, take a hit off your oxygen tank and get ready to laugh at the funny side of falling apart. At the very least youll never look at a bed pan or an IV pole the same way again.

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Prescription-Disaster-funny-falling-apart-ebook/dp/B00KFA92OU?SubscriptionId=AKIAJOF43QDA3QLOVLJQ&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B00KFA92OU A book about the hilarious side of being ridiculously diseased - laughing at life and encouraging others to do the same.

This is not a book about a disease itself, nor does it have any woe is me or forced epiphanies on the meaning of life and health. Its a book about sobbing student nurses wielding sharp needles, falling hospital elevators, having to be surgically removed from your own sweater for an X-ray and support group brawls. About getting my whole family pulled off into a cement bunker at British customs for being more radioactive than a truck full of Russian nails. Its about sneaking nachos into the hospital at seven in the morning and making sweet, sweet love to the back of a parked taxi while having a stroke. This is a book about laughing and joyfully embracing the bizarre and the truly funny side of being ridiculously, incurably diseased.

So sit back, take a hit off your oxygen tank and get ready to laugh at the funny side of falling apart. At the very least youll never look at a bed pan or an IV pole the same way again.

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