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April 30, 2007

NEW USES FOR ORIFICES

You would not believe how surgeons are taking things out of people these days. Seriously.

(Thanks to Jerry Chancellor and Dean Johnson)

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Doctors in New York have removed a woman’s gallbladder with instruments passed through her vagina...

*shudders*

I have seen lots of $hit come out of people's mouths, verbally and physically. But a gall bladder. Yikes!

Hahahahahahaha!!!

I have a few men that I would like to volunteer to have their prostrates removed through their mouths!

I would hate to have to say, "I can taste my spleen!"

that appendix through the mouth thing, seems they're going the long way around on that one...Just sayin'

lol casey ...you and me both gf...you and me both!!

The catch: it may also leave a very unpleasant taste in your mouth – along with part of your spleen, prostate or perhaps your gall bladder.

Speaking of waking up with Trench Mouth!

See? Hot Shots wasn't that far off with the eye surgery through the rectum!

*returns to review movie for more late breaking scientific factoids*

"Ain't NO man taking that route with me!"

bleaaaaaah. what rocket scientist thought this crap up?? so you have a scar. go get some plastic surg. sheesh. ewww.

"The idea is part of a broader trend to make surgery less invasive."

is it me, or does this seem decidedly MORE invasive?

My manager is on the waiting list for this surgery.

Doctors in New York have removed a woman’s gallbladder with instruments passed through her vagina...

*shudders*

Posted by: Siouxie | 11:52 AM on April 30, 2007

Q1: Size DOES matter?

Q2: Did she reach 'O'?

*Reviews available orifices*
*Panics*

Is this something my dentist can do?

Annie - that's known as a recto-cranial inversion.

And *snork* at MtB.

*crosses legs tightly*

*shuts mouth*

2 years ago I decided to get a minor heart condition corrected and was told the procedure was painless and would last only 30 minutes. By painless they left out that their way of correcting the heart problem painlessly was to stick 2 catheders into either side of my happy stick and run wires all the way up to my heart. Oh, and the proceedure took 2 hours on a metal table with only a sheet in a 12 degree operating room with no anestisia and if I moved even a little bit I could kill myself. The funny side note to this, the cardioligist who performed this miracle of modern science.... Dr. Barry S. Pepper. Spleen out my mouth sounds like a walk in the park comparitively.

Oh, and not that I'm bitter or anything. Just sayin!

*Resumes panic*

According to Mrs. Deaner, since men do much of their thinking with their "happy stick", brain surgery on said men would be the only direct surgical path with any of these procedures.

Do these doctors even think about what the rest of us think about this kind of thing? Yuck!!!

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