Tramadol nights (and don’t forget the rolling pin)

Tramadol nightsMisery Guts has done his back in. Again. This is an annoyingly regular occurrence involving lots of groaning (you’d think he was in labour), the use of tramadol (washed down with a couple of lagers) and, as of this week, a rolling pin.

According to one of many websites he has consulted on the subject of lower back pain, placing a rolling pin on the floor and rolling the affected area over it is one way of relieving the pain. For some reason this involves Misery Guts disrobing from the waist down (I’m not entirely sure whether the website advises this or whether it’s his own variation – I daren’t ask), lying on the living room floor with the rolling pin under his bare buttocks and, you guessed it, more groaning.

I’ll never look at my rolling pin in the same way again. And nor will anyone else who eats cakes or scones at my house having read this post. But more worryingly, BB didn’t even bat an eyelid when this curious nightly routine began to unfold.

Fortunately Misery Guts has now had a bum ‘sports’ massage administered by a bloke called Paul in a side room of the warehouse where he trains (sounds just a tiny bit dodgy to me), who advised against the rolling pin remedy, naked or otherwise.

So god knows what will happen next. The internet’s got a lot of answer for…

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