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Lashan : Lost the tumour, kept the humour.

Demika 925 : I just learned that I have a brain tumor, and I'm having surgery in about 3 weeks. Your videos about your experiences about this have really helped me. Thank you, and I'm glad you're okay

jeric_ synergy : Simone was fortunate to have health insurance. Remember MANY people would just have to forego her treatment (and die), or they might get treated, and then lose their house, car, and everything. The US health "system" is really ludicrous: it's just a one-way valve to insurance executives' bank accounts. It's a casino, and the whole country loses. Except for insurance companies. Vote blue.

booknerd234 : "That did not come from my butt It came from my pee hole" I laughed for 2 years

Steven ryann : Sim: you don't want to upset the person that's about to... Expectation: cut your brain open Reality: Shave your head

[Inactive Creators Channel] : We’re so glad you’re back and doing so well!

trackerrrr : Coming from a family full of nurses, PAs, and a doctor, I can tell you that if nurses only had to deal with farts they would be happy campers.

Shaurya K. Panwar : New haircut is sexy. The scar also looks like a design suiting you when you tie your hair back.

Alána Lugosi : I have no idea how to get ahold of you besides just commenting. You posted thing two days after my 30th birthday. I only say that because I had my first MRI when I was 19, they found something.. First brain surgery in 2009, and I'm still here. Grade 3 Astrocytoma. Two surgeries, chemo, radiation. I would really like to have a convo, you can vent, have someone to talk to who's been thru it, as I know it SUCKS. It is not easy. It can be so frustrating. I know it because I felt it myself and want nothing but to help others. I also have been home-bound for about a decade, my best friends are my Mother and my boyfriend. I'm sure this will never be read by you, nor do I expect a response from you.. Just know that I'm here to talk to, vent to, cry to, bitch to, you name it. And, I named my tumour too-- I'll tell ya the names and why, if ya even care. I truly hope everything continues to be awesome opossum, but again. I'm here. <3

Manuel Morán Soto : You really rock. What a way of facing such big challenge in life. Hat off.

Real Engineering : New hairstyle looks great. Titanium mesh on the brain sounds pretty badass too. Welcome back Simone.

Thomas Anderson : That price tag... how do americans keep voting Republican?

Ac Bitmugs : Wow,​ I literally had the same type of surgery the same time you did!

Sandie Radcliffe : I don’t think you are ever going to see this, but I am so thankful to have found your channel today. I was born with Spina Bifida and have had back issues my entire life, but I was mobile and could walk even after surgery. Three months ago I was diagnosed with an incurable disease in my spine that is quickly paralyzing me and was told they could not go in to operate because my spine is too weak. In those 3 months I have already lost the feeling in my right leg. About two months ago my jaw and tongue started to have what I can only describe as muscle spasms that cause me to stutter and then days later my eyes started twitching. They sent me for an mri and I thought this is stupid it is probably just the disease causing it and it is a waste of money. Well, it came back as a mass effect pressing my cranial nerve. What that mass effect is we do not know because I am allergic to contrast dye so to be safe they didn’t give me any. Now I have to go back and have the mri re done with contrast and without and also have an mra which I think has something to do with seeing the vessels, but I’m trying to stay off google because it spikes my anxiety. My neurologist has told me I will most likely need brain surgery and radiation even if it isn’t cancerous. I am turning 49 in February, I am a wife and mother of 2 young men and this has brought me to my knees. I am frightened. I have bitch blocked the calls to set up the testing like doing that is going to make it go away. This is the first time I have “told” anyone about the brain issue yet. My life has rapidly changed in 3 months time and I honestly don’t know how to handle it. I can’t work, I can’t walk without a walker and I have to use a wheelchair because I’m not allowed distance and I hate it. I can’t stop my brain from thinking of all the things I can’t do anymore and I think it is because it all happened so fast. I tripped on vacation and thought when it didn’t heal that I probably ruptured another disc and now all of this has come out of that and I did rupture discs, but they can’t fix them because my spine sucks ass. Your video about your brain tumor being back popped up on my feed today out of the blue like it was meant to be there for me to see so I’m going through your channel. Thanks for being real. I’m sorry to word vomit on your page, but it feels oddly good to let it out even if it is never seen by anyone. Wishing you the best. I will be following your journey.

Simon the Viking : WOAH DOOOD THAT'S A COOL SCARR!! (I find scars really cool and kinda beautiful in some way, they're kinda a way to say that you've experienced stuff in life)

Tampatec : I'm glad you got rid of Brian he was too clingy and dragging you down.

Sofie E. : The balloon helps the katheter to remain in your bladder. Otherwise it'd just fall out.

valedictorianism : So glad to know you're okay. All the love and good vibes in the world to you. You had brain surgery and you were in hospital for TWO DAYS??? I had surgery on my wrist and they held me there for TWO WEEKS! Luckily you had a more efficient hospital handy :-P

PinothyJ : Who the hell disliked this?

srq lisa : I have to say you are lucky to have brain surgery to remove your tumor. don't laugh are you like what the hell is she nuts. Well, maybe ha. I have a meningioma, but itt is located by the part of the brain that controls hearing, seeing , and talking to darn dangerous so i live with it all. So your lucky and I'm so happy that you are back and feeling good. I have insurance, but no money for assited living. oh well life goes on. Birthmark on your butt lmao. They blow up the cathiter ballon so it does not fall out. I have deflated many at home myself and removed cath. You look healthy so happy for you all is well. :) peace and happy no more tumors.

Ilustrado : Dr.: "Simone, are you ready?" Simone: "No... but you are. ;) "

Fernando Aguilar Gaytan : Hi Simone of course you don't know me and I didn't watch your videos before, I write you from Mexico and I want to say you that all will be ok you will be healthy and you will be a very old and funny lady in 2070 God bless you and keep figthing.

Alvin Fletcher : I don't think I have seen your channel before, However, ElectroBOOM recommended you and this is the first video I have seen. You seem awesome and I can't wait to see your content, your humour is AWESOME haha.

J - : My guess is people ask if your personality have changed was coming from a more technical perspective, because your meningioma must have been fairly close to the frontal lobe based on its location near your eyeball, and frontal lobes have been known to be responsible for a person's personality (for example the famous Phineas P. Gage case where the guy survived from a traumatic injury where a rod going through his skull damaging his frontal lobe, leading to personality change in his later life). I mean, still a pretty weird question to ask (although I would be lying if I say I am not a bit curious as well), but yeah. I don't think people were thinking about it from a more emotional perspective when they asked the question. Nevertheless,. Glad your surgery was successful and you are ok! You look great!

19.Legacy : Glad you’re okay!!!!

The Spherical Earth : I’m happy a brain so unique and powerful is not lost to mankind

Brasileiro Patriota : So sexy scar!!! Welcome back!!!

MsThorne2009 : Glad your surgery went well. This coming November will make 10 years since I had a Left Temporal Lobotomy done to remove the neurons where my seizures were happening. It was scary but very successful. It’s amazing what doctors can to now and days. I haven’t had a seizure since.

Beaih : Loved your part in the rewind, best

Morgan Whited : OMG we have the same scar. I had my tumor removed at 16

Pewdiepie's Hot Dog Boss : That's actually a badass scar...

NoNeck Jcb : 7:18 the hell I hear water dripping

Sam Rach : Okay hi so this is actually the first video of yours I've watched (I intend to watch more tho) but the reason I clicked on this was is because I also had a brain tumor removed via an awake-craniotomy and let me just say you are the first person I've spoken to who knows about how it feels to have the air stuck in your skull!!!!! It sounds mild I imagine, but it was one of the things I HATED most post surgery. Anyways, I'm happy you seem good!!!!!

Waifu ;-; : OMGGG!!!!!!!!! YOUR BACK!!!!

Neonennui : You are a force of nature!!

Nicole St. Louis : If her new robots work, then we know she changed.😂

Lydia Jose : I'm so happy for you that you got better and surgery went well! the scar low-key looks pretty cool....

Twilightvision : Whoever the people who disliked this has no soul, and no heart, and I don’t understand why they would. Simone is amazing and deserves to have a happy life, I almost started to cry during this, and those people disliked this video. It makes me so happy that she is OK, and if Simone is reading this I just wanna say that I love you so much and yeah, sry for my rant, have a great day people!!!

aman533 : I removed my foreskin. that's my largest

Element Wolves : Just saying the NerdE fam is looking out for ya #hopeyoufeelbetter

Ketsueki Kumori : Honestly, the way the scar was done makes it really easy to cosplay as some cyberpunk badass.

ElasticTube : I'm so happy for you:)

Afshan Seher : OMG This is like the 3rd video I’ve watched and I love you 😘❤️💕

TheFabio : It should be a crime to charge so much for a surgery upon which a person's life might depend. That's one more reason why I hate doctors.

Jan Van der Cruysse : You just make me cry. You did. So happy to see that your adorably ill-placed sense of your humor came out undamaged. Don't underestimate the courage this brings to other people who go through this. You know how scared you were. I know how scared I was, 20 years ago. Willingly or not: this makes you a role model and a hero for so many people who have barely anything but your experience as a ray of hope for going through the same. Live long and prosper, Simone.

Dominic Cornett : Titanium mesh? The first step on your journey to becoming your very own crappy robot.

8ank3r : Brave girl. Thanks for posting this. I have a son starting to emerge from his coma after a serious brain injusry. You give me more hope. Thanks for that

Maynard : You look healthy .Wishing you continued good luck.Enjoy your work.

turuncueller : Love you from Turkey! We love you!

Jacie Steen : Sorry guys but I can't stop laughing about the vag fart lmao😂😂