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Journal of No. 118


January 20th, 2009

Choiciness @ 03:16 pm

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Haven't seen this yet floating around my F-list. I saw it at Pharyngula, though the site he linked to was down for a while, but is now back.

Nurse: I personally do not like IUDs. I feel they are a type of abortion.
Patient: Yeah, whatever. Can you shorten the strings on my IUD for greater comfort?
Nurse: Um, suuure.
Patient: [feels a distinct pulling on the strings followed by a sharp pain in her uterus similar to a very strong menstrual cramp.] OW!
Nurse: Uh oh, I accidentally pulled out your IUD! Everyone in the office always laughs and tells me I pull these out on purpose because I am against them, but it's not true, they accidentally come out when I tug.
Patient: Put it back in. Or preferably a new one.
Nurse: No.
Patient: WTF.


And in other news:

It's under EIGHT THOUSAAAAAAAND!
 
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From:nephthys510
Date:January 21st, 2009 12:06 am (UTC)
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Oh my! One bright shiny new internet will be delivered to your house, forthwith!
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From:gotham_bound
Date:January 21st, 2009 12:04 am (UTC)
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The first thought that came to mind, actually, was all the forced sterilizations of Native American women. That alone makes me angry enough to start shaking. Then it turns out this happened in New Mexico. No info on the patient, of course. But still a REALLY high concentration of Native Americans in that state.


Gah. That's assault. And, I dunno, criminal malpractice. Professional abuse. GAH.
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From:nephthys510
Date:January 21st, 2009 12:04 am (UTC)
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IIRC, I saw that the same day I saw the write up about Abortion Donuts. It was a toss up, and Donuts won. They always do, you know?

Stupid cow. "It's so funny! Every time I see a Anti-choice protester while I am driving, I just lose control of the car and jump the curb! People think I am running them over on purpose because I hate them, but it's not true! There's something wrong with my car!"

Journal of No. 118