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October 17, 2017

ANKLE SPRAINS?

"When it comes to sex, we see everything from neck injuries to wrist fractures, ankle sprains and, of course, back problems. Hernias are common, too, close to where the adductor muscles of the pelvic region become strained.

(Thanks to Rob Simbeck, who says "Be careful out there!") (Also James Flynn, who says "The dismount is critical.")

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I thought only space aliens would adductor....

This gives another meaning to "having a break-up."

No more love on the run.

I don't find any of the injuries that far fetched. Then again I've always sort of identified with song number 8 on Let It Bleed.

Patiently waiting for Nurse Cindy to chime in.

Extreme footsie?

Most of the injuries don't occur in the act, but rather, during the subsequent escape
(Cue- "One Way Out", The Allman Bros.)

Stix - seriously dangerous version here.

For some reason most people with these injuries would say they got them while working out at the gym. After my intense questioning they usually came clean and told the truth.

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