lets make a list of "you know your a diabetic when you "!

example.

You know your a diabetic when you freak out when your friend eats a candy bar without a bolus!

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GSP....Glucose Sensory Powers :)
You know you are diabetic when you get stopped at customs with syringes in your bag and they let you carry them on the plane
you cut yourself in the garage and your first reaction is to test the blood...

LOLOLOL

-HAHA
- HAVE AN EXTREMELY LOW BS AND YOU PUT ON YOUR SHIRT WITH A BELT AS PANTS AND DONT REALIZE IT TILL YOUR BROTHER LAUGHS AT YOU AND GIVES YOU JUICE.

- CAN ONLY SWIM FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME SO THE IV GLUE DOESN'T WEAR OFF AND LOOSE YOUR TUBE.

- LOOK IN THE FRIDGE AND FEEL RICH (SECURITY) WHEN YOU HAVE A TON OF INSULIN BOTTLES.

- LAUGH AT PEOPLE THAT BIT** ABOUT GIVING BLOOD.

- FEEL LIKE A HUMAN PIN CUSION.

- HAVE BIRTHDAY CARROT.

- HAVE PEOPLE NOT THREATEN TO FIGHT YOU, BUT THREATEN TO CLAMP YOUR PUMP CHORD.

- HAVE SHAKEY HANDS-ALL THE TIME.

- LAUGH AT HOW MANY SICK DAYS THE GIVE YOU AT WORK.

- WONDER WHERE ALL YOUR VACATION DAYS WENT THEN REALIZE YOU SWITCHED ENDO'S.
Chuckles!! Love the pump-cord one. I had a cat that would just bite through it!! LOL!
Hi Sugar-Free. You say on your profile that you're looking for diabetes jokes--well, you make pretty good ones yourself! I know I'm diabetic when I laugh at grave humor meant for us PWD's.
HAHA, I MEANT THAT THATS HOW I FOUND THE SITE.....I GOOGLED DIABETES JOKES. BUT THANKS :) ! PWD?
PWD = People with Diabetes

I agree. The pump cord joke is a good one, just like clamping a hydraulic line.

... when you keep misreading words in a diabetes related way, like "St. Pancreas" instead of "St. Pancras"!

(It's a station's name in London)

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