…up his anus.
I’m not sure what is more sadly amusing, the guy who is serving 4 years for bootleg alcohol, the claim that he doesn’t know how the lightbulb got there, or the doctor who admits to the newspaper that he doesn’t believe the felon’s story.
The only good part is how the doctor had never seen anything like this before. Clearly, he’s not watching enough ER or House.
At one of our prisons we had a guy with a gun stuck up there. Which he eventually admitted to hiding there.
This little light of mine…I’m gonna let it shine…
…how far up there?
Apparently his family thought the sun shone out of his arse. Just goes to show…
It’s dark in there. You’re not going to see anything unless you switch the light on.
Great thread for IMHO in the Prison Forum…
So what’s in your ass?
We’ve all muled contraband in here at one time or another, so tell me, fellow Prisoners, what’s in your ass? Drugs? A gun? Your cell-mate?
Too bad, really. Before the advent of the rectal lightbulb, you could dispense with a troublesome question on a piece of paper by folding it five ways and putting it where the moon don’t shine.* [sigh] Now, what with the rectal lightbulb, where can we stick something with that level of confidence it will remain unread?
It’s a veritable loss of innocence, I tell ya…
- So said Dick Cavett, rather famously, to Norman Mailer once. In 1971.
Once upon a time when only 25% of the net was filled with pr0n, there was a site named “Things people have stuck up their ass” where one could go to view (not literally except where X-rays/ultrasounds or the contents themselves were depicted) all of the many things EMTs have extracted from people’s posteriors. It’s long gone now as a Google Search* reveals, however there’s this amusing article on the subject. I’m too lazy to google further.
[size=1]* Amusingly, the first result of googling “things people stuck up their bum” is Google’s book results, the first two entries for which are “U2 Live” and a page excerpt from “The Practical Practise of Marriage and Family Therapy.” Google is teh funnay.
My coding is teh suck. [puppydogeyes] Mods? [/puppydogeyes]
So that’s what was in the briefcase.
You know, the article doesn’t say. How many Pakistanis did it take to change the lightbulb?
Could someone please explain to me how on earth people manage to stick large objects into this orifice? I have heard the stories, but it makes no sense to me! Any info would be appreciated!
Be thankful it didn’t go off!
So tell us, Dr. QtM what else have you found “up there”?
The age old question: Does the light go out when you shut the sphincter?
I think it was in the 60’s a small book came out, titled “Everything you always wanted to know about sex, but were afraid to ask?” It had that same anecdote which was attributed to an ER doc. In that case it was a gay guy and his lover had been experimenting. I think the author was Philip Roth although I failed to find it through Google.
Dr. David Reuben. In keeping with the times, he went from writing sex books to writing nutrition books
Did those Weapons Inspectors in Iraq examine any likely looking bottoms?
Well, thanks to The Pink Panther movies, we know what it sounded like when it popped out.
Now, granted, I’ve never been imprisoned myself except for the odd overnight stay at County, but…do men in prison really need to go around looking for MORE foreign objects to go up their butts?!? This contradicts the vast majority of prison-based film and TV* I’ve* seen!