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Weight loss surgery can be a daunting experience under the best circumstances. That’s why this journey is more easily traveled with boon companions who lighten the load with a positive attitude, some self-deprecation, and a sense of humor.

We have in common our WLS challenges, but we also have a lot of differences. So come in, pull up a chair and leave your self-righteousness outside. If someone on the board gets huffy because everyone doesn’t see things their way, don’t huff and puff and try to blow their house down. Instead, come over to this thread and crack a joke or post a cartoon.

After all, there’s nothing healthier for us than a good belly laugh.

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I have been married for almost 26 years, and when people ask me "What's your secret?" the first thing I tell them is LAUGH. Try to find humor in even the toughest situations (appropriately, of course). We have gone through pretty much everything a marriage can go through, except the death of a child (thank goodness), and humor has gotten us through some really tough times. Every time you're able to find humor in a difficult situation, you win. Oh, and:

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@@Babbs I'm with you. 25th Anniversary last December and I tell my kids the same thing - find someone you think is hilarious and thinks the same of you.

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One of my favs

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Oh please STOP! I am DYING from the coughing from the laughter I CANNOT stop!!!! I must remember NOT to read stuff like this 'til I'm well!!! But thanks for the lightening of my load!

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Buddha walks up to a hot dog stand and says, "make me one with everything."

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Y'all are so funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you so much for the pictures and humor.

Have a GREAT Easter.

Blessings,

Kathleen

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Here's my top two faves lately

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