Go to the circus, laugh at the clowns, and then go home and have nightmares about them. That's entertainment.
ugh! this image i will not be able to rid in my head all day now!Olaf
Is the world ready for Holby City Uncensored?
Lurking somewhere on the net is a forum for A&E workers where they swap stories of the bizarre insertions they've encountered, and the patients' explanations for same... not an urban legend, I fell across it in a Google search one time and have never seen it since.But how vividly I remember one nurse's account of the bloke who came in with an empty jam jar wedged up his arse, and how they got it out... The process involved sliding a stick into the jar and then piping wet plaster of paris in to set it into place. Once the plaster had set, they were able to use the stick as a handle and work the jar out.One drawback for the patient. As plaster of paris sets, it generates heat...
Oh dear! I wonder what kind of novel/story/screenplay you must be researching now, Steve, to have turned up such information during your research! ;)
It was an innocent search for "gas explosions", honest. It certainly wasn't the kind of gas explosion I was looking for...
Looks like you've found a plot for the season finale for THE ELEVENTH HOUR. :-)Lee
It probably won't surprise you to learn HOUSE used this phenomenon as an element in one episode.
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