posted on Dec, 29 2005 @ 05:45 PM
I have to give myself a shot whenever I am stung by any flying insect. $!!T, if I were stung by one of these "super hornets" I'd hate to think of
what would happen. Normally, when stung, my windpipe tends to swell shut so I have like a 5-10 min. window to get some epinephrine in me, and then
I'm still not out of the woods. I have to have constant injections of Benadryal. One day while mulching a Dogwood tree on my property in the spring
of '97, I was bending over and and disturbed a ground Yellow Jacket nest. Very bad move on my part. Since it was hot, I was wearing only shorts. The
went up my shorts and made a feast of my manhood and I took off to the hosptal.
Got there and the nurse at the desk was giving me a hard time about my insurance and by this time, they were the size of tennis balls, and I reached
down and put my boys on the little ledge that seperated the nurses' station and waiting room, and I thought the nurse was going to faint. She came
around and escorted me to one of the E.R. rooms right then, and I could not have been more proud. My boys were swollen several times their original
size, and of all the luck in the world; my doctor was a gourgeous blond/w hazel eyes and you could not believe the conversation we struck up.
I was hurting like hell and had a few pics. taken for posterity. When I left the next morning, I had three tele. #'s from nurses who wanted to "keep
check on me" I was laughing my butt off to the bedroom weeks later. But don't let me fool you. Talk about hurting...man..great balls of fire. Felt
like a torch. It took about a week for the guys to get back on-lne but they did their jobs as expected. They were still able to handel the job that
they were plunged into.
For those who read this do not attempt to do this at home and if you are allergic to stinging insects ask your doctor for some EpiPens. If you have a
serious problems or reactions make sure to carry it with you whenever you go outside or anywhere for that.
I thought I'd give 'yall a laugh