So This Guy Literally Inhales His Wendy'sJohn Manley, who really earned his last name with this one, had suffered with long term lung problems, from pneumonia to uncontrolled fits of coughing to turning blue in the middle of a public place and passing out.
Of course, instead of seeking emergency care, Manley decided to ignore the problem in the hopes that it would go away just like everything else does (this is a flawless plan.)
After one too many public fainting incidents, Manley was finally feeling not-so-Manley, so he decided to go to the hospital with what looked like a tumor on his lung: turns out, the thing was a growth on a piece of a Wendy's fork that Manley had accidentally inhaled during a meal at the fast food chain.
It was a golden, gorgeous, plastic Wendy's fork, The old school kind that was gold and shiny. They don't make 'em like they used to. hell, he could probably sell it on eBay. Worth it!
Caution: Your Body Isn't a PurseLawyers seem to have a real problem with losing things up their butts, most likely while looking for that "stick" everyone keeps telling them about.
A Georgia lawyer was apparently showering with his cell phone (was it water proof?) and managed to slip on a tile and fall against his dog (normal!), and plop right on top on his ringing cell phone.
Really, the worst part of the ordeal other than the forced intrusion is that the phone was ringing. Also, this gives a whole new meaning to the butt-dial.
During the removal surgery, the phone continued to ring, three times in fact, so the surgical team regularly stopped in order to try and silence the ringing and laugh their asses off.
It was successfully removed, but(t) one can't help but(t) wonder: did he have an embarrassing ringtone? Cause if so, boy would his face have been red.
20 Cobblestones in Chinese Woman's StomachIn 2006, a young woman from Foshan, China swallowed more than 20 cobblestones after a fight with her boyfriend, most likely while trying to pave roads to a new emotional beginning.
She assumed her digestive system would naturally flush the stones out of her stomach, but the stones stayed lodged for several days after the incident -- cause nobody's ever heard of passing stones through your system as something that's painful, right?
She experienced intense pain and (deserved) discomfort, and was constantly disturbed by the stones knocking against one another when she would walk or move. Maybe she got too many complaints that when she walked it sounded too much like a billiard club.
After a trip to the hospital, she underwent surgery to remove them, after, of course, consulting an online medical database -- because those are always perfectly accurate.
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