Life
by Rebecca Martinson on June 13, 2014

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My aunt used to be an Emergency Room RN and has multitudes of Darwin Award deserving stories, the best of which are ones where people try to self-diagnose themselves.
“I have a thyroid problem,” no you’re just fat.
“My eyes hurt I think I have cancer,” maybe you should stop wearing sunglasses at night dumbass.
And yet here we have a self-diagnosis that was actually correct.

Wendy Goldenberg assumed the vibrator could only be stuck in the vagina or the anus.
She was wrong.
“When [the patient] said, ‘Neither one,’ I knew there was something out of the ordinary,” Wendy said…”She said, ‘It’s where I urinate.’”

Via Huffington Post

Imagine shoving a vibrator in your dickhole, because that’s what this woman claimed happened. As a rule of thumb it’s actually impossible since the hole is too small to accommodate a vibrator, regardless of size…and yet…

Roger started examining the woman’s pelvic area with his speculum.
“I start performing the exam and the speculum starts vibrating in the hand,” he said. “You could feel it vibrating.”
Sure enough, the vibrator was in the bladder.
“I couldn’t believe it!” he said.
Wendy Goldenberg points out that kidney stones — which are only 3 to 5 millimeters wide — are big enough to cause severe pain in that area.
“So to realize that a vibrator went up the urethra? That has got to be severely painful for the poor gal,” she said.

Annnddd the award for understatement of the year goes to Ms. Wendy Goldenberg.

[H/T Huffington Post]

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About Rebecca Martinson...

Rebecca Martinson is a recent graduate from the University of Maryland who is notoriously known throughout the Internet for being really, really adequate at writing emails. She joined BroBible right after graduating in the Spring of 2014 and doesn't hate it...yet.