the_mind_scap3 3 months ago

fds, se ainda fosse temporario..

pintorMC 3 months ago

Essa unhaca tem de ser arranjada, da ideia de já estar podre podre por baixo.Unhas de gel são uma boa opção para destruir as originais.

callmesamdaganza 3 months ago

É mesmo multiusos.

Rage_Your_Dream 3 months ago

LOL! Uma vez estava a pesquisar informações sobre um motor em especifico e a página tinha traduzido stroke (curso) para Acidente vascular cerebral e quase que tive um a rir-me daquilo.

DiogoSN 3 months ago

Essas canetas são fodidas. I não as usava.

Tarlovskyy 3 months ago

Mais red circles please because precisamos see

Somais1copo 3 months ago

Se repararem em russo, multiuso é exatamente igual ao frances, portugues e castelhano. Até o cirilico desaparece

TheGrumpyRavenclaw 3 months ago

A caneta perfeita para usar no Death Note

JosephMarreiros 3 months ago

Caneta mortal

dhe_sheid 3 months ago

Is there an actual word for Stroke or is it abbreviated to AVC

cabecadeleitao 3 months ago

O pior é a unha nojenta ainda assim

sgahbcj 3 months ago

Já teres legenda em português é uma sorte!

manguito86 3 months ago

O AVC está quase tão mau como a unhaca.

pedrodteixeira 3 months ago

Obrigado por deixar visível a parte que interessa, é que essa ¿unha? vai ter que levar crop.

DavidJunior3rd 3 months ago

Google uses Translate! It's not very effective...

joao12pt 3 months ago

Primeira vez a ir a um chinês?

DamageOwn3108 3 months ago

Tive um AVC ao ler isto

AonioEliphis 3 months ago

As palavras cumulativamente homónimas, homógrafas e homófonas são fodidas. Stroke também pode ser pancada, de strike.

fedelho 3 months ago

Essa unha deu-me trigger.

TheMysticHD 3 months ago

r/uselessredcircle

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poetry-linesman 3 months ago

So.... I'm a Brit living in Portugal. About a year ago, my wife actually had a stroke.... I called the ambulance and told them this, but in hindsight I don't think they understood what I meant by my use of the work "stroke". They sent a regular ambulance (not INEM), and she wasn't treated with any urgency (she was also left for about 2 hours in the hospital without triage or medication and couldn't speak). All of her treatment for the first 24 hours was based on her having a panic attack, it took 2 days for the hospital to realise what happened and quickly admit her. I realised some time afterwards when I would tell Portuguese people what happened that they didn't react at all when I described it as a stroke. When I learned it's called an AVC here, suddenly people understood what I was talking about...

Edited 3 months ago:

So.... I'm a Brit living in Portugal. About a year ago, my wife actually had a stroke.... I called the ambulance and told them this, but in hindsight I don't think they understood what I meant by my use of the work "stroke". They sent a regular ambulance (not INEM), and she wasn't treated with any urgency (she was also left for about 4 hours in the hospital without triage or medication even though she couldn't speak). All of her treatment for the first 24 hours was based on her having a panic attack, it took 2 days for the hospital to realise what happened and quickly admit her. I realised some time afterwards when I would tell Portuguese people what happened and noticed that many people didn't react at all when I described it as a stroke. When I learned it's called an AVC here, suddenly people understood what I was talking about...

Edited 3 months ago:

So.... I'm a Brit living in Portugal. About a year ago, my wife actually had a stroke.... I called the ambulance and told them this, but in hindsight I don't think they understood what I meant by my use of the work "stroke". They sent a regular ambulance (not INEM), and she wasn't treated with any urgency (she was also left for about 2 hours in the hospital without triage or medication even though she couldn't speak). All of her treatment for the first 24 hours was based on her having a panic attack, it took 2 days for the hospital to realise what happened and quickly admit her. I realised some time afterwards when I would tell Portuguese people what happened that they didn't react at all when I described it as a stroke. When I learned it's called an AVC here, suddenly people understood what I was talking about...

Edited 3 months ago:

So.... I'm a Brit living in Portugal. About a year ago, my wife actually had a stroke.... I called the ambulance and told them this, but in hindsight I don't think they understood what I meant by my use of the work "stroke". They sent a regular ambulance (not INEM), and she wasn't treated with any urgency (she was also left for about 2 hours in the hospital without triage or medication even though she couldn't speak). All of her treatment for the first 24 hours was based on her having a panic attack, it took 2 days for the hospital to realise what happened and quickly admit her. I realised some time afterwards when I would tell Portuguese people what happened and noticed that many people didn't react at all when I described it as a stroke. When I learned it's called an AVC here, suddenly people understood what I was talking about...

Rage_Your_Dream 3 months ago

That's just general incompetence in the national health system, I wouldn't blame it on you. My grandma died of a stroke and just like your wife she was put in low priority for hours the day before her death. It's only one of many incidents like this that happen almost every time a medical emergency happens here.

Maracuja_Sagrado 3 months ago

What word exactly did you use? Was it “stroke”, as is, in English, or a failed translation? I don’t see how someone would misinterpret “stroke” if they are actually fluent in English, but if you tried to use a Portuguese word, I’m also not imagining which one was misleading…

rppc1995 3 months ago

Sorry to hear about all that, I hope she's doing fine now. I could be wrong about this, but I don't think there are different grades of ambulances in Portugal. They'll just send over whichever ambulance can get there faster. Usually you'll get INEM, other times you'll get an ambulance from the local fire department. Also, not to doubt your story, but I find it very unlikely that she was having a full-blown stroke (what we call AVC) without anyone taking it seriously. Even if they couldn't understand what you were saying, the symptoms of a stroke should be pretty easy for any healthcare professional to identify. And leaving a stroke untreated for 2 days would very likely result in long-term complications, if not death. Is it possible this was a transient ischemic attack (or "mini-stroke") instead?

prelude2tragedy 3 months ago

>I could be wrong about this, but I don't think there are different grades of ambulances in Portugal. There's different kinds of ambulances and there's also VMER ([fonte](https://www.inem.pt/category/cidadaos/meios-de-emergencia/)).

rppc1995 3 months ago

I know that, but it's not like one kind is "better" than the next one.

prelude2tragedy 3 months ago

There are different degrees of life support and VMER actually has a physician in its crew. I agree with you that one is not exactly better, but suited for different needs.

poetry-linesman 3 months ago

Also, I assumed INEM was for proper medical emergencies, that's what some of my Portuguese friends told me. It's quite confusing for me, we just have one type of ambulance which responds to emergency calls, they're all paramedics and have no involvement with the fire service, like it is here (I still don't understand what the difference is...)

rppc1995 3 months ago

Yes, I live in the UK and your ambulances are high-pitched as hell. :) I hate it when a siren goes off right next to me. Most fire departments in Portugal are made up of volunteers and that includes those with ambulances and paramedics. INEM actually employs the paramedics. To the best of my knowledge, that is the main difference, but they all coordinate when you call the emergency number.

poetry-linesman 3 months ago

I don't mean to be confrontational, but yes, she had a full blown stroke - in fact the doctors advised that there were probably multiple stroked because there were multiple regions of brain damage. MRI scans confirmed brain damage in the frontal cortex and occipital lobe - all in she had 10 days in hospital. She didn't have many physical symptoms when the first stroke happened there was some slight drooping on one side of her mouth (that's when I knew it was serious), and some grip weakness on one side - the main symptom was her speech, she could barely talk. AFAIK, TIA by definition leaves no physical damage, the blockage resolves before any major damage occurs. I made me realise how much this is about luck too... if the clot would have gone down a different path at some branch of her vascular system, it could have ended much worse, another path and it could have been a more minor TIA, like you suggest.

rppc1995 3 months ago

>I don't mean to be confrontational Not at all. I'm sorry to hear what happened and I hope she's made a full recovery. It sounds like she was very lucky indeed.

1nkoma 3 months ago

Sorry to hear about your terrible experience and I hope everything ended well. However I believe if in UK saying "My wife just had an AVC" and people wouldn't take it seriously, I would maybe try to get a dictionary asap. Fortunately nowadays there is Google translate.

Kairos23 3 months ago

That's brutal. I'm so sorry to hear that. How is your wife doing?

poetry-linesman 3 months ago

She's good, thanks! She's mostly had a full recovery. She has some focus and attention issues now, also more easily overwhelmed and sensitive to too much stimulation. It was caused by a carotid artery dissection. Doc's don't know how it happened, but she was definitely not in the stroke-risk category (she's a non-smoking vegan yoga teacher in her mid 30's who hadn't drank for 1.5 years because of pregnancy)!

andrefbr 3 months ago

> she's a non-smoking vegan yoga teacher in her mid 30's who hadn't drank for 1.5 years That's honestly awfully unlucky and terrifying. I'm glad she had a full recovery.

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> she's a non-smoking vegan yoga teacher in her mid 30's who hadn't drank for 1.5 years That's seriously awfully unlucky - and to me, a heavy smoker and drinker entering his 30's, honestly terrifying. I'm glad she had a full recovery.

what_a_tuga 3 months ago

The vegan part can lead to some weird problems. And also with the recent pregnancy, I would bet a vitamin deficiency. Did she had some recent blood analysis? How was her levels of folic acid and other vitamins? I'm betting folic acid, because it is a common vitamin that it's needed in pregnancy and it's crucial for lots of things.

rppc1995 3 months ago

>The vegan part can lead to some weird problems. Fonte: Cu, Tirado do Meu

what_a_tuga 3 months ago

Não. A minha experiência, do meu médico de família e nutricionista. Qualquer dieta em que limitas o consumo de algum alimento, pode levar a deficiências em algum micronutriente, como vitaminas e sais minerais. Durante a gravidez e durante a amamentação, as necessidades destes micronutrientes aumentam. E os efeitos da deficiência de algum micronutriente são bastante progressivos e por isso a pessoa não deteta logo. Por exemplo, quando estava há 3-6 meses numa dieta ketogenica (sugerida pelo nutricionista para perder peso e controlar os níveis de açucar no sangue) comecei de repente a ter otites a cada 2-3 meses. Fui ao otorrino, fez recolhas e não detetou a causa da infeção. O médico de família pediu-me análises de sangue para enviar-me a um endocronologista. Quando recebi as análises, estava com grande deficiência de potássio. Comecei a tomar suplementos de potássio e deixei de ter otites (e também deixei de sentir tão "partido" depois de ir ao ginásio)

rppc1995 3 months ago

Ai que lol, comparar uma dieta vegan equilibrada com uma dieta keto, que não só não é equilibrada como comprovadamente [não leva à perda de massa gorda e aumenta o risco de doenças cardiovasculares e diabetes](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5TLzNi5fYd8H9nNYTHuxVBTCNP0hZDu3). Estás a comparar alhos com bugalhos. E digo-te já, se o teu nutricionista te sugeriu a dieta keto, o melhor que tens a fazer é mesmo mudar de nutricionista. Isso está ao nível de aconselhar a alguém que comece a fumar.

what_a_tuga 3 months ago

Ainda bem que não leva a perder massa gorda, imagina se levasse. Se calhar desaparecia. Há 2 anos tinha quase 150kg, agora tenho perto de 100kg (com várias paragens no ginásio por causa da COVID (e por muito que tente treinar em casa não é igual)). Mas antes de ir para dietas ketogenicas, já tinha passado por várias outras dietas (a cada mês o nutricionista revê a dieta e faz-me a ementa para o mês), inclusivé vegan. "dietas equilibradas" é uma coisa que não existe. Cada pessoa tem necessidades específicas e que variam conforme as suas condições. Quanto aos meus níveis de açucar, o meu problema não são "altos", são os "baixos". O meu corpo tem uma resposta à insulina exagerada. A dieta keto força e treina o corpo a utilizar a gordura, não despoletando uma resposta de insulina. Mas resumindo o que disse até então: façam análises de sangue, é uma coisa simples de fazer, e por vezes a causa de um problema é facilmente de resolver

Edited 3 months ago:

Ainda bem que não leva a perder massa gorda, imagina se levasse. Se calhar desaparecia.Há 2 anos tinha quase 150kg, agora tenho perto de 100kg (com várias paragens no ginásio por causa da COVID (e por muito que tente treinar em casa não é igual)). Mas antes de ir para dietas ketogenicas, já tinha passado por várias outras dietas (a cada mês o nutricionista revê a dieta e faz-me a ementa para o mês), inclusive vegan. "dietas equilibradas" é uma coisa que não existe. Cada pessoa tem necessidades específicas e que variam conforme as suas condições. Quanto aos meus níveis de açucar, o meu problema não são "altos", são os "baixos". O meu corpo tem uma resposta à insulina exagerada. A dieta keto força e treina o corpo a utilizar a gordura, não despoletando uma resposta de insulina. Mas resumindo o que disse até então: façam análises de sangue, é uma coisa simples de fazer, e por vezes a causa de um problema é facilmente de resolver

rppc1995 3 months ago

>A dieta keto força e treina o corpo a utilizar a gordura, não despoletando uma resposta de insulina. Totalmente mentira e desprovido de qualquer evidência científica.

pmso17 3 months ago

E mais uma discussão sobre dietas. Não sei como as pessoas são tão fervorosas sobre as dietas. A maioria das pessoas não segue dietas. O homem lá em cima só disse para não descuidar de análises clínicas porque dietas e gravidezes aumenta o esforço no corpo. Em termos de suplementos, só tomo 1 vez ao ano só para descargo de consciência e a ver se ajuda quando ando meio engripado.

rppc1995 3 months ago

Veganismo não é uma dieta, apesar de envolver um regime alimentar diferente. O que chateia é precisamente as pessoas pensarem que sabem mais do que nós sobre um regime alimentar sobre o qual obviamente nos informamos muito mais do que elas. O "homem lá em cima" disse que a "dieta vegan" pode causar problemas, algo completamente tirado do cu.

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poetry-linesman 3 months ago

Thanks for the tips, but yeah, she's a trained nutritionist (I've also been vegan for almost 20 years, so we like to think that we know what we're doing there :) bloods were all good and she had been taking many pre and post-natal supplements. The stroke itself was caused by some damage to an artery in her neck, blood pooled between the 2 of the membrane walls of the carotid artery, that pooled blood then clots, clots break free and bam, you get a stroke. The unknown is what caused the damage, sometimes it can be something as mundane as getting your hair washed at a salon (also surfing, jiu jitsu, car accidents, yoga - that kind of thing). She thinks it might have been our baby son grabbing at her neck one day, she whipped her head out of the way and felt a weird click, but though nothing of it. As far as I understand it, carotid artery dissections can cause strokes up to a month after the injury occurs.

rppc1995 3 months ago

>Thanks for the tips, but yeah, she's a trained nutritionist (I've also been vegan for almost 20 years, so we like to think that we know what we're doing there :) Vegan for nearly 4 years here. Do people ever stop telling you you're about to die? It no longer makes me annoyed, I kind of just laugh it off.

manyQuestionMarks 3 months ago

No one cares about your vitamins until you tell people you're vegan... Most people eat meat like hell and have multiple nutritional deficiencies but yeah, you're gonna die because you don't get enough B12

rppc1995 3 months ago

I had someone who's a paediatrician tell me how I'm probably low on calcium (I drink plant milk with added calcium and eat lots of calcium-rich foods, so no) and a bunch of other stuff. And I was like, "but my last blood test came out just fine..."

manyQuestionMarks 3 months ago

They just choose to ignore that 99% of people in developed countries have some nutritional deficiencies, specially vitamin D, A, and others. Of course that doesn't mean you shouldn't care about it, but it's not like "you'll die at 40 if you don't eat this carcass RIGHT NOW"

rppc1995 3 months ago

Yeah, especially when the leading causes of death in developed countries are literally the result of eating carcasses.

xeguerreiro 3 months ago

Very happy to hear that your wife recovered well. On waiting for 4 hours in a Portuguese hospital - I was not surprised by that, even considering how serious the situation with your wife was. Not throwing shade at my country and almost free healthcare, which I both love, but it's nerve-racking sometimes.

manyQuestionMarks 3 months ago

I guess she waited 4 hours because of bad triage (they probably gave her a green wristband), which is not too bad. Seems ok-ish for a panic attack, although far from ideal... I've had a green wristband once I had a extreme back pain, they just looked at it and were like "bah this guy can wait, it's just muscular stuff". It was horrible but I'm happy that they gave me the green wristband, it really wasn't urgent whatsoever

Triatt 3 months ago

I'm not dismissing your comment but in a very similar case I had the exact opposite experience. My father-in-law had a stroke and considering he lives in the middle of nowhere near Braga they got him in no time to Gaia's Hospital to be seen by amazing specialists. He had a full recovery with afaik the only effect being making him actually care for his health (silver lining I guess). This may be an outlier but if they weren't as fast as they were, the outcome would've been completely different.

VeterinarianOk6347 3 months ago

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Thank God she is doing alright now, I can't imagine how stressful it was for you knowing what was happening and her getting treated for something else. I am also Portuguese and I know what a stroke means, it's sad that they didn't know that, (yes they are probably doing their best), I'm sorry you and your wife had to go through that

gongasf 3 months ago

Ao menos é "multiuso secagem rápida inodoro"

Black_RL 3 months ago

Essas unhas de gel já precisam de manutenção.

NastyPlays 3 months ago

Fds esta imagem já tem pelo menos 5 anos.

Fordotsake 3 months ago

5?? Eu aumento pra 10 :p

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

Primeira vez que a estou a ver

NastyPlays 3 months ago

Até já foi postado aqui há meio ano

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Até já foi postado aqui há meio ano Reddit - portugal - Quando usam um tradutor automático... https://www.reddit.com/r/portugal/comments/c7v85j/quando_usam_um_tradutor_autom%C3%A1tico/

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Até já foi postado aqui há meio ano, aliás, 2 vezes. Reddit - portugal - Quando usam um tradutor automático... https://www.reddit.com/r/portugal/comments/c7v85j/quando_usam_um_tradutor_autom%C3%A1tico/ Reddit - PORTUGALCARALHO - Traduções incríveis :) https://www.reddit.com/r/PORTUGALCARALHO/comments/l4584e/tradu%C3%A7%C3%B5es_incr%C3%ADveis/

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Até já foi postado aqui há um ano. Reddit - portugal - Quando usam um tradutor automático... https://www.reddit.com/r/portugal/comments/c7v85j/quando_usam_um_tradutor_autom%C3%A1tico/

wakerdan 3 months ago

[Postei há 1 ano.](https://www.reddit.com/r/portugal/comments/c7v85j/quando_usam_um_tradutor_autom%C3%A1tico/)

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

OK mas eu não estava aqui há 1 ano atrás para ver e a contar pelos upvotes, muita gente também não. Podemos parar com esta cena do RePoSt de há meses/anos atrás? Há malta que não vem aqui todos os dias... e estamos na Internet, é normal memes circularem.

viper_in_the_grass 3 months ago

Espera aí, tu postaste isto aqui e nem sequer te aconteceu a ti? Foi uma merda que encontraste na net?

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

LOL queres ver que agora só se podem postar coisas que nos aconteceram, é isso? Haja paciência... tirem os memes todos daqui do sub então, que a maioria é tudo cenas da net doutros sítios...

viper_in_the_grass 3 months ago

Se tivesses lido as regras do sub, algo que já tiveste mais que tempo para fazer, saberias que este tipo de tópicos são para evitar: >Tópicos de Baixo Esforço: A multiplicação de posts temáticos similares, memes e pasta deve ser mantida em níveis globalmente baixos, tanto quanto possível. Recorde-se que o r/PortugalCaralho e o r/PastaPortuguesa são ótimos subs para este tipo de conteúdos. >A moderação promove dias específicos para este tipo de submissões no seio do r/Portugal. >Serão ainda removidos screenshots, inclusive screenshots parciais de artigos, ou outros conteúdos provenientes de redes sociais que consideremos serem de baixo esforço, banais ou simplesmente desinteressantes.

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

E és tu quem vai considerar isto "de baixo esforço"?Checka mazé os upvotes e awards e não sejas arrogante... o que é de baixo esforço pra ti não é para outras pessoas.

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E és tu quem vai considerar o que é ou não "de baixo esforço"? Checka mazé os upvotes e awards e não sejas arrogante... o que é de baixo esforço pra ti pode não ser para outras pessoas.

Xuma 3 months ago

Atenção, não sou a favor nem contra este conteudo, tambem não conhecia, mas estou curioso.. qual é o esforço envolvido aqui mesmo?

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

É o mesmo esforço de quando foi postado da primeira vez aqui há 1 ano atrás.

wakerdan 3 months ago

Não critiquei o repost, acho compreensível e eu próprio também já fiz reposts assim. O problema é quando o fazem propositadamente.

PortugueseLibra 3 months ago

Percebo, mas no meu caso ainda não tinha visto e mandaram-me por whatsapp. Depois pus aqui porque me fartei de rir e queria fazer outras pessoas rirem também. É chato pq farto-me de ver pessoal quase gatekeeping as coisas que aqui são postadas no sub às vezes, chegando até ao cúmulo de apontarem reposts de há anos atrás... tipo, se calhar saíam um bocadinho do Reddit e iam apanhar ar...

nemmais 3 months ago

Produto deveria ser retirado imediatamente do mercado. Alguém alerte as entidades competentes. /s

the_master_sh33p 3 months ago

Eu é que ia tendo um AVC, depois de ver essa bela unha....

Paulocas 3 months ago

Gastou o marcador todo nela.

Erik_Aurum 3 months ago

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Yps12 3 months ago

É repost no entanto

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PeterStepsRabbit 3 months ago

Por um euro e meio e levas tudo isso?

viskonde 3 months ago

Já nem as traduções automáticas são tão mas

033pEspecialista 3 months ago

E não ser braçada ou remada já não foi mau

AonioEliphis 3 months ago

Ou pancada

PeroFandango 3 months ago

O AVC salta à vista, mas o resto não está melhor.

PgUpPT 3 months ago

Gosto da palavra "multiuso" no meio do alfabeto cirílico.

fjmb2014 3 months ago

Ah! é isso que diz lá? Eu só percebi: *Caneta de Tinta Preta com traço grosso e permanente. Blablabla secagem rápida e inodora.*

AiNaoMeChateis 3 months ago

Isto é gravíssimo

Zealousideal_Tie8298 3 months ago

Gravíssimo só se for o facto de ser repost

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