This is serious, you guys.
It's been a while since I've written a journal.
Some of you already know that I work at the hospital, and I've been doing so for about five years now. My job mainly consists of billing insurance companies, filing, making the occasional trip to the morgue (creepy as all fuck), dealing with angry patients, and seeing pretty much all the shit that goes down around here (pun intended - I work in gastroenterology!).
Right now I want to talk about a startling trend I've noticed over the years.
This may come as a surprise to some of you, but one of the "more common than it should be" reasons that people visit my work is because...
how do I put this lightlyBecause they shoved something up their ass, and then couldn't get it out by themselves.
The most recent case of this involved a guy and a wrench. His story is that he... ahem
... "fell" on it. It had to be surgically removed.
The x-rays are INCREDIBLE by the way.
I just want to say that if you ever find yourself thinking, "Hey, I should shove a wrench up my ass!" You need to SIT THE FUCK DOWN.
THINK ABOUT YOUR LIFE.
THINK ABOUT YOUR CHOICES.
Because it's way less embarrassing to just go and purchase a special something meant
for your butthole than it is to have to go to the hospital to have something surgically removed
from your butthole.
That is all.
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