Why Do People Put Things There?: A Question Not Even ‘Sex Sent Me to the E.R.’ Can Answer

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Kinky role-playing ends up in the emergency room. There is a television show on TLC called “Sex Sent Me to the E.R.” This episode stuck in my mind because of the previous post from a book titled “Stuck up.” Stories like these make me wonder why people feel the need to put very odd things in places they don’t belong.

A Canadian couple by the name of Jason and Michelle decides to role play. She a princess and he was a fire breathing dragon. Handcuffs were involved in this role playing (I am unsure why a dragon would handcuff a princess), and the keys ended up in her vagina (like you didn’t see that coming). This event ended with them in the emergency room, and MORE bad news.

At first the couple pretended not to know what was wrong hoping the doctor would find through an exam. Whenever something bad happens to me that I’m embarrassed about, I think “it can be worse.”  Continue reading “Why Do People Put Things There?: A Question Not Even ‘Sex Sent Me to the E.R.’ Can Answer”

Spider Lives Inside Woman’s Ear For Nearly A Week

A Chinese woman visited the hospital to investigate the cause of itchiness in her ear only to have the doctor tell her that a spider had booked five days at the waxy Hilton suite otherwise known as her ear canal.

A Reddit user posted an x-ray of the nightmare from a news program in the Hunan province.

Many saw the picture and decided to share their own insect horror stories.

I generally have a strong stomach but this is a bit out of my comfort zone.

I was basically given arachnophobia by my own family after they repeatedly made me carry up piles of dry wood from below our house. Each piece held several wonderfully eight-eyed black and brown surprises, and they often fell onto my skin. Thanks, mom.  Continue reading “Spider Lives Inside Woman’s Ear For Nearly A Week”

X-Ray Photos From The Book ‘Stuck Up’

In a new 224-page book released earlier this month, 100 images of bizarre X-rays are documented by three doctors, Marty A. Sindhian, Murdoc Knight, and Rich E. Dreben.

Everything from a Buzz Lightyear doll to coins, cassette tapes, baby shoes, chopsticks, ipods and an electrical cord. The insertion happened mostly rectally or orally though a few did occur through the nose and urethra.

Stuck Up!: 100 Objects Inserted And Ingested In Places They Shouldn’t Be even has a purpose. According to Sindhian, Dreben and Knight the book looks to remove the embarrassment element and encourages people to seek treatment after inserting or swallowing strange things.

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