Robbie Rotten beat his stage four cancer!

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13 Aug 2017 22:24 - +9485
I'm very happy to hear that. And I also like to know in detail how on earth he managed to beat stage IV!
14 Aug 2017 00:02 - +5925
He is truly, number one.edit: Holy shiy this exploded thank you for the reddit gold stranger!
14 Aug 2017 00:16 - +1661
I don't watch his show, but I'd heard about his diagnosis and his very low odds of survival. I'm very glad he beat the (incredibly long) odds.
14 Aug 2017 00:24 - +1608
13 Aug 2017 23:41 - +774
Page Translated Using Google Translate I'm free from the disease, the cancer. The hell's hurt has gone. Until it returns, whenever ever, it will never be, "says Stefán Karl Stefánsson about his life after two surgical procedures for liver cancer. "Life is now. It's really a miracle, maybe you're still here. " Stephen Karl described it in the afternoon radio on the channel how any other injury had been found in the liver. Including one major that was discovered in the self-action. A portion of the liver was taken, but it renews itself. During the twelve months since Stephen Karl has been diagnosed with cancer, he has been cut twice. "Of course, it's a big shock. One just fades up at first. "He is strange to be in this position because one in every hundred thousand get this cancer. "Of course I get it. I'm one of a kind. " The cancer led him to revise his life and what he wanted to do. "Most people have gone out for some five years. Suddenly you have to rearrange, restructure your life. What happens when you get to know and shock is going to go down, and you get bored - you're going to categorize what matters and what matters. " The changes are varied. For example, he has stopped engaging in politics and other negative discussions that have taken too much time. He is worried about this. "I think we just have too little to do. We are hanging on Facebook and reading the feed with others. We are "stalks", we are "stalking" each other's life all day and having opinions about it. It's a bit like standing at the window: See how it's painting the house, it's painting it green, I'd never paint green with me. Unless now you have a forum and write him on Facebook. "He says people do not have to get sick to see how sick this attitude is, but the illness will make him look different from before. **Death badly insignificant** "Many people ask if I'm afraid to die. This is just as Steinunn has often talked about. Death is such an insignificant phenomenon, completely insignificant, while life is so remarkable and magnificent. " Stephen Karl says people should smile and be grateful for being there. It is not so obvious. That's why people do not cry that they may be able to support or enjoy themselves. "Do not cry and sing to the sister if and would , stop looking at the rearview mirror and look forward to the road because it cures all the wounds. As I woke up after my first surgery, which is one of the most serious and greatest actions on the human body, my nurse looked at me and said, "Do you cure yourself Stefán. It's one of the greatest lessons I've had in my life. "Then the medical science was made up and made it look after him to look after his body and soul. **Gathered over what has not become** "The only time I get a tear in my eye is when I think of what I can possibly miss. I can not miss someone who is not the word. But I think, for example, the thought of being unable to keep my grandchildren sad. Then I'm really sad. I may not be able to lead my daughters to the altar when they marry but I know they are in good hands and all of them. This is the only time I get sad, but sometimes I also smile at the idea that it will happen to them, hopefully, and hopefully reach them, like me, to have children because it's so great to become a parent. So I also smile over and amalgamate something that's not become. Steinunn speaks very openly about this to the children. " Stephen Karl says that he and Steinunn emphasized that the children were honest about their feelings if they did not want to discuss these issues when people grew up with them. **Rides 20 kilometers a day** "I have recovered very quickly and safely by getting up and moving. Movement is important, but of course you must go slowly, "said Stefán Karl, who tries to ride a minimum of 20 kilometers a day. He was efficiently lifting before weakened. Then the goal was to build muscle but now it's gotten lighter. "I do not think I'm getting any death sentence, though I know that over two years in my life is a miracle. I think that we should create memories, "says Stefán Karl. He says people must be careful about what they do with their children. **Writes cancer claim** Stephen Karl said in the afternoon radio that he was writing his first upbringing. "This stand-up deals with cancer, which is funny." He said he did not do this alone, but he had the help of Ara Eldri's author of the author. "We are going to start experiments in October and I will start premiere soon after the new year. I'm going to make a little laugh at this. "This includes the food. "This is Michelin food, except what the chef drove over to Michelin tires." It is important to cope with the illness. "Laughter does not necessarily prolong life, but it makes it easier." Stefán Karl mentioned that he had to learn to try again after the operation. He had sometimes been in a doctorship, and nurses stood up asking about when he was last wind and how. "There are lots of things around this thing that are killing."
14 Aug 2017 01:17 - +390
First, we memed this website into existence. Then, we memed a man into the white house. Now, we memed cancer out of a person. Meme magic is real, and we need to stop fucking around with it.
14 Aug 2017 00:40 - +388
You don't simply kill off a villain with cancer.
13 Aug 2017 22:36 - +386
He even skipped a few stages!
13 Aug 2017 23:36 - +320
the living meme that keeps on living!
14 Aug 2017 01:18 - +295
14 Aug 2017 01:06 - +199
Wait, what? That's absolutely incredible! I remember hearing he only had a few days left.
13 Aug 2017 23:42 - +148
FUCK YEAH! He is so wholesome as well.
13 Aug 2017 23:52 - +146
I don't watch LazyTown but this makes me so happy. It just made my day.
13 Aug 2017 22:52 - +133
This is so wonderful. I loved reading the Google translated interview as well, he is so optimistic and cheerful!
14 Aug 2017 00:50 - +84
This was a translation of the article by the OP in r/europe: (the original was in Icelandic so there could be some inaccuracies) "I'm free from the disease, the cancer. The damn disease is gone. Until it comes back, whenever that will be, which will hopefully be never." says Stefán Karl Stefánsson about his life after two surgeries for liver cancer. "Life is now. It's almost a miracle that I'm still here." Stefán Karl described to the radio show "Síðdegisútvarpið" on the radio channel Rás 1 how one tumor after the other had been found in his liver. Among them a huge tumor that was discovered during the surgery. A part of the liver was taken, but it will renew itself. In the twelve months since Stefán Karl was diagnosed with cancer, he has undergone surgery twice. "It of course comes as a great shock. You just go numb to begin with." He says it's weird to be in this position since only one in 100,000 get this type of cancer. "Of course I get it. I'm one of a kind." -Stuck watching other people- The cancer made him rethink his life and what he wanted to do. "Most people go within the first five years. All of a sudden you have to start rearranging and prioritize your life. What happens when the shock starts to go away and you pull up your pants - You start organizing what really matters and what doesn't." The changes are many. For example, he has stopped taking part in discussions about politics and other negative things, which before had taken up a lot of his time. He says political discussion on the internet worries him. "I think we have just too little to do. We are hanging around on Facebook and reading each others' feeds. We are "stalkers", we are "stalking" each others' lives all day long and criticizing them. It's kind of like standing by your window: "Look how he's painting his house, he's painting it green, I'd never paint my house green." Except now you you have a platform and write from it on Facebook." He says people don't have to fall ill to see how sick that attitude is, but that the illness makes it so that he looks at life with different eyes than before. -Death is incredibly insignificant- "Many people ask me if I'm afraid to die. It's something that me and Steinunn have discussed alot. Death is such an incredibly insignificant thing, completely irrelevant, while life is so interesting and magnificent." Stefán Karl says that people should smile and be thankful for existing. That it isn't so granted. That's why people shouldn't grieve if they maybe have little time left, but to enjoy being here. "Let's not cry and think "Woulda, coulda, shoulda", let's stop looking in the rear-view mirror and look ahead onto the road because that heals all wounds. When I woke up after my first surgery, which is one of the most serious and dangerous surgeries they do on the human body, the nurses looked at me and said: "Now you will have to go and heal yourself Stefán". That is one of the most profound things I have learned in my life." At that time, medicine had done all it could do and it was up to him to watch his body and mind. -Rejoices over things that haven't happened- "The only times I tear up is when I think of all the things I might possibly miss. I can't miss something that hasn't happened, but I think, for example, the idea of not getting to hold my grandchildren is incredibly sad. That's when I get really depressed. I probably won't be able to walk my daughters down the altar when they get married but I know they'll be in good hands. These are the only moments when I get sad, but I also smile thinking about that it will happen for them, hopefully and that hopefully they'll manage, like me, to have kids because it's so magnificent to become a parent. So I smile and get happy over things that haven't happened. Me and Steinunn discuss this very openly with our children." Stefán Karl says that him and Steinunn had told their kids it was important to be honest about their feelings and let people know if they didn't want to talk about this if asked. -Bikes 20 kilometers a day- "I have recovered really fast and it's probably due to just getting up and exercising. Exercise is really key but you have to start slowly." said Stefán Karl who tries to bike at least 20 kilometers a day. He lifted weights regularly before his illness. At that time the goal was to build up muscle mass but now he's lost a lot of weight. "I don't look at it like I received some death sentence even though I know that everything past the next two years of my life is a miracle. I look at it like we should be creating memories." says Stefán Karl. He says that people have to make the right choices about how to spend time with their children. -Writing a stand-up routine about cancer- Stefán Karl said at the radio show "Síðdegisútvarpið" that he was writing his first stand-up routine. "This stand-up revolves around cancer, which is funny." He says he's not doing it alone but has had help from stand-up comedian Ari Eldjárn writing it. "We're gonna start testing it in October and then I'll premiere it soon after New Years. I'm gonna make some fun of this." It's important to be able to laugh at the illness. "Laughter doesn't exactly prolong your life but it makes it easier." Stefán Karl said that he had to learn to fart again after the surgery. He had at some times doctors and nurses standing over him asking him about the last time he farted and how. "There are a lot of things surrounding this that are hilarious." Seriously, it's great news that he's still alive and managed to overcome a life-threatening disease.
14 Aug 2017 01:45 - +80
"'I have recovered really fast and it's probably due to just getting up and exercising. Exercise is really key but you have to start slowly.' said Stefán Karl who tries to bike at least 20 kilometers a day." Sportacus was right!
14 Aug 2017 00:36 - +60
Didn't he have a really low chance of survival, too? That's impressive.
14 Aug 2017 01:27 - +58
Why isn't this higher up? His diagnosis was top r/all for an entire day..
14 Aug 2017 01:33 - +42
13 Aug 2017 23:42 - +29
That's some much needed good news today. Oddly I can't find anything else about this though, including on his Twitter.
14 Aug 2017 01:33 - +28
Not even cancer can escape from his T R I C K E R Y
14 Aug 2017 01:08 - +21
We're number one is always going to my favorite meme of all time. What could be better than a meme that connects people to save someone from cancer?
14 Aug 2017 00:50 - +17
I thought he was dead! Did he just hide himself from media until he would've passed?
14 Aug 2017 01:29 - +15
Holy fuck. No way, this dude is seriously free of stage 4 pancreatic cancer? A cancer with in of THE HIGHEST mortality rates at only about 5% surviving? How on earth did he manage that? I'm glad he managed to make it this far. A few years ago I lost my grandpa to pancreatic cancer. It was tough, he was one of the strongest, healthiest people you could imagine. He was a highly renowned royal marine, at one point he was a life guard with medals for saving lives, never ate unhealthy maybe every once in a while he'd have 1 beer or a little ice cream, up until his diagnosis in his mid 60s would run at least 5 miles every day and even when diagnosed would still go on walks at least 1.5-2miles, never smoked or did drugs. Even beat the cancer once. But when it came back it hit the entire family hard and sadly I wasn't able to be there when he passed or for the funeral because i was in the middle of senior year in high school in America. I instantly fell in love with the Robbie Rotten and Lazy Town memes because I would watch that show with my little brother so I felt kind of attached to the memes. When Stephan was diagnosed I was saddened because he was such a cheerful guy and the memes always made me smile no matter how bad I was feeling. Ive been following it closely due to the impact PC has had on my life and when he reached stage 4 I was heartbroken. I'm happy he's made it this far and hope he beats cancer all the way.
14 Aug 2017 01:02 - +15
My kids love Lazytown! I didn't tell them he was sick but I did tell them now that he's okay and they're thrilled.
14 Aug 2017 01:14 - +14
Here's a little lesson in trickery
14 Aug 2017 00:54 - +14
Holy shit, this is great news! I did not expect this at all.
14 Aug 2017 02:20 - +14
This better be the goddamn #1 post in Reddit history.
14 Aug 2017 04:31 - +13
Can we take a moment to appreciate the scientists and doctors that made this possible? Cancer survivability is way up for many types in recent years, and there is nothing more wholesome than people getting more chances to laugh and love and meme.
14 Aug 2017 01:14 - +13
Someone call up smitty werbenjagermanjensen. We have found a new number one
14 Aug 2017 01:47 - +11
as an Icelander and memeologist this makes me happy
14 Aug 2017 05:09 - +10
This like the fifth thread I've seen about him beating cancer and literally nobody is talking about the serious WTF-ness that is somebody actually beating stage 4 cancer!! This dude was diagnosed *terminal* a few months ago and now he's cancer free???? Seriously WTF how??
14 Aug 2017 04:42 - +9
*sniff* this one's going down in history
14 Aug 2017 00:58 - +1
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