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Offline aloysius

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Re: Festool your boring
« Reply #30 on: February 18, 2018, 02:09 AM »
Actually some people (men presumably) do get a little over-excited about vacuum cleaners.  Despite having all the signs of urban mythology, A&E departments quite frequently encounter the aftermath of men's amorous encounters with vacuums: being "stuck", phallic lacerations, contusions & other trauma. 

Nurses are not held to the same Hippocratic constraints as other Medical professionals, and can therefore tell all.  The incidence is not as uncommon as one may suspect.  My wife has had at least 2 encounters with victims, and quite a few rather embarrassed, uncommunicative, red-faced "suspects" in her career.
FOG-wit since '95:  Some say since birth...

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