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Keep moving.

Ok people keep moving, there’s nothing to see here.

But if you come back tomorrow, I’ll probably be posting the next instalment of Willow’s Big Bus ride (I haven’t written it yet so I can’t really promise anything). Be there or catch the train.

If you fell like leaving a comment, complete this sentence: "Never in his life had he seen a spoon used to………"

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24 Responses

  1. ” … perform a tonsillectomy. It was clearly going to be a long hard day in the ER.”
    Geez you delurked me with that irresistable challenge! Bloody cheek!

  2. Hey!! Melissa and I are on the same medical brainwaves. I gotta see if that girl’s alright…

    How ’bout this:
    “…disimpact a bowel obstruction. However, nothing else had been working, and it was either the spoon or the operating room. The patient clearly needed a change in diet.”

    Yeah, really, really gross. But I worked in the ER for a really, really long time, and that mental image is nuthin’ compared to stuff I’ve seen in real life.

  3. “…defuse a nuclear warhead. But he found it surprisingly easy, once he’d let go of the haggis.”

  4. …check the size of Einstein.”

  5. …pick one’s nose.

  6. man we’re a gross and disgusting bunch! and so early in the morning, too!

  7. I got nothing….

  8. . . . clear out the minds of these disgusting medical procedures! ! ! 🙂 hehe

  9. . . . clear out the minds of these disgusting medical procedures! ! ! 🙂 hehe

  10. Well, I’m ashamed to say that the medical stuff is much better than the porn that’s floating through my brains right now. I’ll keep it to myself.

  11. “delay the publication the next installment of Willow’s Big Bus Ride.”

    Like the haiku day, I envision several comments here. Imagine that after WT told us there was nothing here, and we should move on. We Willowtree fans are incorrigible.

  12. Holy crap, thank God for Jenn…

    thought I was the only sexually depraved of the group. It was worrying.

    Now that I have company, of course, I’m fine with it again.

  13. “…dig out the eyes of a cadaver.”

    Hey, I’m with Stephanie. My hubby has told ER stories of disimpacting bowels – but he only went and harvested eyes at the morgue ONCE. Never again. Now he recovers folks in the OR – just bringing people back to life is cool enough!

  14. “… perform a pap smear”

  15. “… perform a pap smear”

  16. I couldn’t resist leaving a comment this time, as I actually had a dream the other night involving a spoon.

    “…clean out a poopy diaper.”

  17. Who says there’s nothing to see. Why I bet all these creative people could write an amazing story together. LOL

    Never in his life had he seen a spoon used to eat salad, but this was no ordinary salad. Her cobalt blue bowl contained chunks of rustic apples, cucumbers, tomato, and feta cheese, held together with a balsamic and basil vinaigrette. An unusual salad for an unusual lady, he thought to himself, as she sipped from her water glass.

    As she lowered her glass to the table, she treated him to one of her bright smiles and said…

    (Next)

  18. As she lowered her glass to the table, she treated him to one of her bright smiles and said, “This reminds me of my childhood. Never in my life before had I seen a spoon used to burst a boil. A pin would have been more appropriate, but my brother had a deep fear of pointed objects, stemming from his early encounter with an upright knitting needle, when, aged three and naked, he sat on it. So, when faced with my brother’s pulsating pustulation, my mother took hold of a large tablespoon and…”

  19. … pressed down mightily and with great success. Whereupon she washed the spoon, wrapped it in vinegar and brown paper and sent it to….

  20. …her Auntie Margaret, who had a habit of collecting spoons with unusual uses. The current prize of her collection was a spoon that was once used for…

  21. …her Auntie Margaret, who had a habit of collecting spoons with unusual uses. The current prize of her collection was a spoon that was once used for…

  22. (my boys’ answer)…rototilling the garden. The dirt from her mother’s garden was still on it. She couldn’t bear to wash it off.

    She found just the right place for the newest addition to her collection…

  23. Well my attempts at hijacking this thread didn’t really pan out did they? Haha! It was fun while it lasted.

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