I've wanted to tell this story for awhile now. This happened about two months before covid.
My wife is a vet student with several years experience working as a vet nurse in the USA. She is the least squeamish person I know. During one of her anatomy practicals she gowned up, smeared vapo rub on her nose, and donned a mask. Some male classmates were making fun of her and others for going to such lengths. "Be a MAN," they said. "You don't need all that gear."
They were conveniently positioned more than three feet away from any of the dissection tables, laughing and pointing. Meanwhile, my wife and all the other female classmates at her table are up to their elbows in pig innards. Have you ever smelled something that's been embalmed? You have? Now mix in the smell of pig shite and decomposing organic material that failed the embalming process.
Safe to say those lads may have lost the contents of their stomach had they actually gotten close enough to touch anything.
Some of the same classmates gagged when a cow gave birth. Meanwhile, my wife and her good friend both assisted in a c-section on a cow and also helped lamb multiple ewes. If you didn't know, lambing requires pushing most of your arm into the ewe's vagina to assist with the birth, sometimes without gloves!
I'm so damned proud her.
Walk the walk lads. Don't talk the talk.
You would die
I was drinking water and I started to think about if the water was draining into my intestine as fast I was drinking it.
Like, how fast would that kill you?
Do you ever talk to your intestines? Sounds odd I know but when I get that all too familiar "rumble" I sometimes find myself audibly going "oh so you think you're funny do you" and when I'm on the toilet praying for life I'll in my own very british way go "oh ye little fucker thinking you're funny well I'm gonna kick your fucking ass, lets see if you're still laughing when you get cut out of me huh" or is that just me?.....
I recently went to the ER for some stomach pains and they did a CT Scan of my abdomen and I asked for the disk of the CT scan because I've always been interested in seeing my own internal organs and such (I always ask for copies of my xrays and stuff)
Well I've been looking for hours at the locations of all of my internal organs trying to see if I can identify them and looking up pictures online to help me, but I just realized that part of what I thought was my stomach was actually part of my large intestines... so I had a slight panic like, what the heck is my intestines doing WAY up there under my ribcage!??!?! So I googled intestines and it looks like that's just normal.... As much as I am interested in how my internal organs work and where they are located I have never before now seen a model of a human with their intestines high enough to be under the ribcage....
I mean, maybe I'm just too used to seeing models like this that don't show the ribs
and maybe because of these, I had also never before seen the intestines shown as having one side higher than the other which is also throwing me off here... though a lot of the diagrams of internal organs I'm still seeing right now show the intestines as even/symmetrical and not with the one side s... keep reading on reddit ➡
Sorry, I meant that the genjutsu makes him not feel pain
Title says it all, lol. The common toilets in the US seem to be the ones that have that weird outline on the back of them that remind me of intestines and always make me think of poop going on a fun lil journey down the pipes. I'm just wondering if anyone knows a place that has more affordable toilets that are just plain in the back but still look like a traditional toilet (seriously, some of them look like spaceships they're so modern!) I've looked for ages now and I can't justify paying 800 bucks for a toilet just because I have a weird imagination. Anyone seen anything? Any tips welcome!