But It’s Stuck!

Maybe pun intended….not sure……

The first weekend of the new year and the issue of  medical one……I try to be informative if not entertaining…..

The TV show “Scrubs” had an excellent and very funny episode about some guy that comes to the ER with an unusual problem….there seems to be a light bulb stuck in his colon.  (The best part of the episode was when the doctors were looking at the x-ray and one said we either have a real problem or his colon has the helluva idea)

What got me thinking of that episode was an article I read about what we Americans have gotten stuck up our butts in the last year……I am serious!

It’s here! It’s finally here! Every year it seems like the big day will never come, but it’s here. It’s the day to gather with your family and friends ‘round the hearth, warm beverages and sweet treats at the ready, and have a hearty chortle over the things America stuck inside itself and couldn’t remove without the help of trained medical personnel.

All reports are taken from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s database of emergency room visits, all descriptions are verbatim, and none of those things belong in there.

As always, objects are sorted by orifice, working south:



…and the list goes on…


I am always amazed on just how stupid we humans can be…….and getting stuff stuck somewhere in our bodies is the height of stupid.

That does it for me today…..a nice white Bordeaux is in order…..Brie, nuts and bread…..

Enjoy your day…..I shall….chuq


14 thoughts on “But It’s Stuck!

      1. I heard about that group reporting the Salisbury attack as a ‘false flag’, with some compelling circumstantial evidence/theory to support that. But the MSM refused to take up their suggestions to investigate, including the BBC. No surprise there.

      2. Here they do not need a “notice” withhold stories that can be informative….since all media is corporate owned they happily withhold…..chuq

  1. I think every medical show from the 90’s onward has had an episode like that. My ex-wife was a nurse and came home one day telling me they brought a guy into the ER with a light bulb up his ass and he said it happened when he fell off a ladder when changing a light bulb (you gotta scratch your head on that one… the upper head, I mean)..

      1. Yeah.. that is supposedly a college dare thing from the early 60’s or 1950’s.. might have some affiliation to gaydom or something. I don’t recall my own college days being influenced by gerbils… excessive beer.. yes.. and occasional talk of sheep and use of corn husks (I went to a midwest rural college) 🙂 and of course the occasional “panty raids” on the girl dorms.

        Those were my early days of old fashioned republicanism.. where me and friends stood under the flag pole to protect the flag from being torn down and burned by those godless commie drug crazed, guitar-twanging, anti-war -hippies who called returning servicemen “baby killers” (obviously we never got any of that free love alleged to be going around at the time). But I digress. 🙂

      2. You know I have heard that but I was NEVER called a baby killer…..I was never spat upon…..none of the things I read that were happening in this country…….and I was a protester so I should have been a prime target….I will admit that the free love thing was something I had partaken….it was lovely….LOL chuq

  2. Well.. you were a veteran.. in my mind they (you) earned the complete right to protest anything they (you) wished. Me and my nerdy buds at the time respected veterans. I think we were jealous of the hippies because we weren’t getting laid. 🙂
    Funny though.. when I was in high school… 65-69.. I was in ROTC and every friday we had to wear our uniforms.. and that always attracted the “baby killer” taunts.. in spite of the fact we weren’t in the military. I had one year of college.. 1970.. then enlisted when my draft number was picked when I lost my deferment. Ahh.. chuq.. the good old days.

      1. I had heard tales of that kinda thing prior to entering high school.. and never happened. Then I heard the same thing prior to entering college… never happened. I surmised at the time that it was difficult to differentiate between the appearance of a freshman and a senior.. especially in college. It was slightly different in the military…. you were easily identified as “new” in the military by the damn haircut being so short compared those having a year or more of active duty and the hair grew out.

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