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Forum => News and Current Affairs. => Topic started by: KizzyKazaer on 22 Feb 2018 09:21PM

Title: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: KizzyKazaer on 22 Feb 2018 09:21PM
http://metro.co.uk/2018/02/22/man-manages-get-spanner-stuck-penis-7333316/

I don't know whether to laugh or cry..
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: SteveX on 22 Feb 2018 09:38PM
Woah. ouch, but what bugs me is:
They are talking about a ring spanner and the image is an adjustible spanner.



..yes I'm sad..  lol
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: oldtone27 on 23 Feb 2018 02:38PM
I'm having a head ache wondering what the bloke was doing with the spanner. Did he get his penis stuck in it? He just better not go near a Mole grip.
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: KizzyKazaer on 23 Feb 2018 04:49PM
It's not just men who ... um, experiment with household tools.  I read once about women using vacuum cleaner hoses (a little imagination required here, I didn't quite have the nerve to Google it  >yikes<)
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Sunny Clouds on 23 Feb 2018 07:10PM
Look here, folks, it's one thing to talk about DIY without warning, but I really do expect warning signs for housework.  I appreciate the reference was only to using the vacuum for sexual pleasure, but even so, the mere overtones of cleaning are leaving me feeling quite faint.  I'm just hoping no one will mention dusting or washing up. 

 >run<

Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Monic1511 on 23 Feb 2018 07:37PM
Now Sunny
no need to worry about dust - its just a different canvas for your artistic development.  >biggrin<

My mum always gave me a row for drawing pictures in the dust on the shelves.  >confused<
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Sunny Clouds on 23 Feb 2018 07:41PM
 >biggergrin<
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: huhn on 23 Feb 2018 08:09PM
 >lol<
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Fiz on 06 Mar 2018 06:05PM
I think anyone who has worked in A&E for even a short while will have tales of what object was found where. I know a man needed surgery to remove a lightbulb because it couldn't just be pulled out in case the bulb broke and the glass did damage. People always have a story to tell about how an object accidently got there but no emergency staff believe a word of it. I like to think it makes their job less monotonous.
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Fiz on 06 Mar 2018 06:07PM
Oh an no jokes about how many men it takes to change a lightbulb please  ;-)
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Sunny Clouds on 06 Mar 2018 09:01PM
Or how many lightbulbs it takes to change a man?
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: KizzyKazaer on 06 Mar 2018 09:10PM
 >biggrin< at least he didn't connect himself to the mains supply to see if the light really could shine there...
Title: Re: Cross your legs, chaps...
Post by: Sunny Clouds on 06 Mar 2018 10:18PM
I'm trying to work out what happens if you put hoover woman with lightbulb man.