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Jesus's First and Less-Heralded Miracle Walk,
Tags:miracle, miracles, jesus, christ, christian, christians, christianity, faith healer, faith healers, healing, back pain, back pains, back problem, back problems, alternative medicine, alternative medicines, massages, massage, alternative therapy, alternative therapies, the argyle sweater, argyle sweater
'Well, doc, I still have that pain in my back. . .'
'Thanks for changing the tire, Mr. Cromwell. Bob and I both have back problems.'
'I don't feel like rubbing your back. Set your phone to 'vibrate,' place it on your back and I'll call you.'
'Why don't we call ourselves chiropractors and charge people for our services?'
Berlitz's Learn To Speak Adult
Tags:grow up, grows up, growing up, middle age, middle-aged, back pain, back pains, lumbar pain, lumbar pains, vocab word, vocab words, vocab, vocabulary word, vocabulary words, insulate, insulates, insulating, insulation, zero-coupon bond, zero-coupon bonds, bond, bonds, investment, investments, adult world, world of adults
'Ooh, that's better!'
'Mrs. McWit, reshelving encyclopedias, slips a disk, proving again that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.'
Woman dancing with a hot water bottle.
'Try to relax.'
"until you've walked a mile in someone else's platform shoes from 1973 you don't know back pain."
Tags:shoe, shoes, platform shoes, fashions, trend, trends, following trends, trend setter, trend setters, 70s fashion, 70s fashions, seventies fashion, seventies fashions, back pain, backpain, back ache, backaches, back pains, backaches, mid life crisis, mid-life crisis, middle age, middle aged, mid life crises, mid-life crises, someone elses shoes, someone else's shoes, walk a mile in someone elses shoes, walk a mile in someone else's shoes, 1970s, 1970, midlife crisis, midlife crises, uncomfortable, discomfort, impractical, impracticality
Chiropractors and the Tango.
'Don't swing and heave, lift and tilt. That's much easier on the back, and, I might add, proper etiquette.'
A man with a crooked spine goes to a chiropractor.
'Your back went out because your front went out.'
'Since we got up off all fours I've been having thse low back pains.'
"So I`m asking you to carry one more straw. What`s with the big problem?"
"I did the hocus pocus and I turned myself around."
Tags:hocus pocus, magician, magicians, chiropractor, chiropractors, chiropractics, song, songs, dance, dances, dancing, children's song, children's songs, childrens song, childrens songs, accident, accidents, back problem, back problems, back pain, back pains, spinal injury, spinal injuries, injury, injuries, injured
"Mom said you threw your back out. Don't you need it anymore?"
Tags:kid, kids, back injury, back injuries, back pain, back pains, back problem, back problems, thrown back, thrown backs, family life, family-life, dad, dads, father, fathers, expression, expressions, literal translation, orthopedic, orthopedics, orthopaedics, orthopaedic, surgeon, surgeons, spine, spines, taking things literally, waste, medical condition, medical problems
'Are you proposing, or has your back gone again.'
"That's where the pain gets me, doc."
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Dr. Fries Chiropractor
'Hey! My lower back pain! It's gone!'
'Hmmm, I think I might have found the cause of your backache Ma'am...'
'I thought Bill had a bad back.'