posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 07:44 PM
Some of these are incredibly scary. Some are extremely disturbing in more than one way. Many beg explanation, lol. For instance, how does one go to
the ER complaining of stomach pains, as if you have no clue what is going on, and it turns out you have 78 pieces of cutlery in there? Some are pretty
self-explanatory, such as those where something went up the bum, followed by something else that obviously was meant to retrieve the first object, but
which got stuck instead. And some of those things that went in through the mouth and throat are not small enough so simply slip. You would have to use
some effort to get the job done. The images of people getting stabbed in the face with various objects are much more understandable, such as falling
on scissors, or accidentally stabbing yourself in the eye with a nail. I mean who hasn't done that at some point? So what can we learn from these
images? First, don't stick an object into something that was constructed as "exit only." But if you must, for science or whatever, do not try to
retrieve said object with another object. If the first got stuck, what makes you think the second can't? Second, don't run with sharp objects.
Third, avoid people who might try to murder you. Fourth, keep sharp objects away from your mouth, lest you accidentally swallow them. Fifth, don't
lie to the doctors in the ER. They are trying to help you. Sixth, don't store your babies where you store your sharp objects. As a matter of fact,
just keep anything that could be dangerous in any situation away from babies. Although this probably includes clothing, so I'm not really sure if all
accidents can be avoided. And lastly, read the book "A Complete Idiot's Guide to Not Being Dumb." And if that book has not been written yet,
someone should write it.