Post request- Diabetes jokes

My first blog request from my favourite Type 5 asking for diabetes puns, jokes and pickup lines. These are terrible and have been found from stalking the internet, only two are my own because I'm not clever enough to think them up... or perhaps my sense of humour is a little more sane

1) The diabetics got on very well, you could say they glucose
2) Can you check your blood sugar? Because I would love to know your number
3) You're just my type
4) You're like my needles, ultra-fine
5) A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down..... unless you're diabetic
6) You're so sweet I need a dose of insulin
7) Did it hurt your pump... you know, when you fell from heaven?
my own creation and the title of my major work 8) Sweet sensationalism
9) What does one meter say to another? HI-LO
One I frequently say 10) Dude, I'm so high right now

Comments

  1. Hello there! While I am not new to Type 1 Diabetes I am new to the blog thing...the only blog I have is on Tumblr. Recently I've been looking into diabetes related tumblr and facebook pages because I don't actually know anyone with Diabetes and it was starting to get lonely. Basically I laughed at every single one of these and as for "Dude, I'm so high right now" I can't tell you how many times I've said that in a public place and gotten the worse looks from it! I don't even register anymore that 'high' means something else to other people!

    Anyway, sorry for the long comment =)

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    1. Glad they made you laugh! Before I went on a diabetes camp I was in the same boat, didn't know anyone at all. Definitely look into those camps, they're pretty amazing! I live in Australia but I'm sure the same is offerred overseas.
      Consider me a diabetic you know :) Always welcome to post lovely long comments- I love them!

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  2. My new post talks about that lonely thing- check it out if you like :)

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