Well! I am sitting in the ER passing a kidney stone. Mother of god! That’s a new pain I hope to not repeat. Apparently though I am now part of some sort of club, I hate clubs. Pretty soon they will be judging my stone. Is it original? All I care about is it’s gone. Soon.
I need a boat ride…..later

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26 Responses to “Live From The ER Ahhhhhhh”
  1. Old Salt

    Ouch! When you learned your lesson with Sweet Pee and the rock and everyone told you that you should have steered around the rock and pass it I don’t think they meant that you had to pass a kidney stone.

    Feel better soon!

  2. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

    Damn Matt you never give up. In the ER and still getting WB out! Impressive, save the stone if possible. We can analize it, and determine what year it started.

    • Frank@Falmouth

      I echo Marks comment.. Well,…. except for the saving it part…. Passing a kidney stone and you STILL put out the daily missive?!! really.. Hope you get this over with quickly….

      • Frank@Falmouth

        …and no “sweet pee-ing ” till this passes….

  3. Troy in ANE

    Second story I have read from the ER, hope this does not become a regular thing.

    Feel better!

  4. Jim Staib

    7mm. had to be surgically removed. They blew it up with a lazer. It came out in pieces. Then they gave me a report of all the ones that were left. Hopefully they stay there.

  5. Dick Dow

    My wife is going to have a very large stone and several others blasted next week. We went through this about four years ago – it is no fun and nothing to mess with. Last time she nearly lost a kidney. Take it easy and get well!

  6. briant

    “None shall pass.”

    “But good Sir Knight, I must pass.”

    “Then you shall die”

    I think that sums up passing a stone…

    Here’s to a speedy recovery!

  7. Bob Kays

    You could put it on Ebay! “Original Woody Boater kidney stone”

  8. Steve in the woods

    Quit the sodas, and drink beer! No stones.

  9. Mike K

    Oh crap where’s the update
    Do I need to get my suit pressed

  10. Jim G

    You need to watch the Seinfeld episode were Kramer passes a kidney stone.

  11. Rick

    Been there, done that. Hated every second. Changed my diet to less red meat. Good luck and take the drugs they offer. Now is not the time to be macho.

  12. Steve Bunda

    Heal up , sorry for your pain and discomfort. The Woodyboater cult needs to come together.

  13. Matt

    I don’t wish this on anyone. Mmmmmm wait. I have a list. Killer day and I am suck at home moaning in pain. Not sure what’s more painful

    • Greg Lewandowski

      Hey Matt, glad you are home. I hope that bad boy passes soon!

  14. Chug-A-Lug

    Wait til you have to have the scope go up your weiner.I saw the pics.Looks like I’m growing a new set of dentures.Save yor stones-can make a set of ear-ring for the boatress.

  15. Kelly Wittenauer

    Sorry to hear about the pain. Wish you a speedy recovery!

  16. UK Dave

    Sorry to hear your prickdickerment Matt but I’m sure you’ll be dancing around like Jagger soon if not already.but seriously get well soon mate and all the best.

  17. Serialnumberone

    Had one on my honeymoon in Bermuda twenty five years ago. Thought it was food poisoning. Passed it later that evening after a trip to the ER. via a taxi from the cruise ship to the island. They would only accept USD! I was of course beside myself in pain and was going to kill the doctor soon as I saw him after waiting for an hour in the waiting room on all fours. Security guard and I went bk and forth a few times, The stone moved while still waiting for doc to come out started feeling better. Doc came out looked like Miss America, gave me a paint strainer said walk it off! You’ll be fine! Sure enough first time back on the ship out came the grain of sand that takes men down! Security guard got off and doubled as a taxi driver and took us bk to the cruise ship! Like a scene from a Pink Panther movie! Yes, DRINK MORE WATER!
    Get well soon Ferris!

  18. Kent

    Battled stones off and on for years. Find a good nephrologist and get to the cause.