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July 27, 2020


Doctors Remove A Blue Tilapia From a Chinese Man's Rectum After He 'Accidentally Sat On It'

Ambulance viewers stunned after man calls 999 to report ‘cucumber stuck up his bottom’

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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More proof that the Roswell space aliens are correct when they claim strange things happen when Uranus is involved.


With a population of 1.4 billion...the odds are someone will accidentally sit on a Blue Talaipa and find it their rudder.

Thankfully, due to strict blog policy, no one will make fun of the name Guangdong Television.

The fish was had to find because it's always in the last place you want to look...

I never saw a cucumber or fish stuck in somebody but I did see a lot of Mini Maglites. Most of them had to be surgically removed and yes, we did make fun of them.

Calling nursecindy! I don't even want to think about a blue (or any other color, for that matter) tilapia stuck there.

Another reason I don't go anywhere near seafood unless it's square, breaded, and from a box.

Just a few points offered for discussion here: (1) Are blue tilapia a migratory species? (2) Doesn't light kill some venereal diseases, so were those maglite guys just self-medicating (and are we sure they were all minis)? (3) Are gerbils vegetarians and does that explain the cucumber thing (and are we sure it wasn't a pickle and the author was employing poetic license as it were, to the spelling of cucumber) as his just being considerate of other mammals?

As far as those constipation issues go, sure there are over-the-counter meds, but dietary is reall the way to go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ku42Iszh9KM

Did they eat it after it was pulled from his ass? Wouldn't surprise me, par for the course on "delicacies."

Maybe this guy was just trying to understand other languages, but he got the wrong end of the stick, so to speak, with his Babel fish.

Hey, Nursecindy— Did you ever ask those Maglite guys just what they were looking for up there in the dark?

I always knew Maglites had 1001 uses. Now they have1002.

Now I know why their gaskets were always coated in Vasoline....

That's why you never buy a used maglite.

What goes on between a person and their fish in the privacy of their dwelling is of no concern to me.

About the Maglites: there's a blues that goes "The sun's gonna shine on my backdoor someday". Mind you, the name of the blues is appropriate: "Trouble in Mind".

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