Originally Posted by Old_Fogey
I have never actually been kicked in the stomach or underneath the ribs. So could someone please tell me the difference between being kicked underneath the ribs on the left hand side and being kicked underneath the ribs on the right hand side (i.e. the 'Liver Shot').
Is the 'Liver Shot' more effective because it is more painful? Or does a 'Liver Shot' cause the body to undergo a 'shutdown' reaction due to the liver being 'shocked'?
All comments are appreciated. Thanks guys.
hi Old Fogey,
you know when you feel a painful stabbing pain in your intestines, and you sit and strain on the toilet....sweating...thinking you're going to die, and out comes this tiny stool - its the size of a Vienna Sausage.
and the pain is gone. you look at that stool and wonder, how did such a tiny thing cause so much distress and agony?
thats what a liver shot is like.