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Big Girl's Blouse asks: Drug fuelled orgies ending in a pile of vomit? Accidental spillage of Chocolate Pudding looking like a dirty protest? Someone walking in on you doing something that isn't what it looks like?... Tell us about your Bedroom Disasters

(, Thu 23 Jun 2011, 15:14)
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The Tale of Transfusion Webby
A few years back I had just started seeing this rather petit lady (who shall be referred to as Laura, even though that was not her name) and this one evening we decided to officially become a couple. We decided that the best way to celebrate this was to do the no pants dance and she of course decided to go on top.
After about 5 minutes of doing the deed in the pitch black I realised that I was rather sweaty. Then the next thing I know something resembling that of one of the little plastic tubs of jam you get given with toast in any low budget canteen had landed on my chest.

She got up and turned the light on and it was like a slasher movie - my chest was literally covered in blood, the mattress was ruined and yet she still wasn't stopping. The pot of jam turned out to be a blood clot and she ended up spending three days in hospital, had two blood transfusions, and I had to speak to her mother for the first time with the words "Hi I'm Webby, Laura's new boyfriend. I'm afraid there's been an accident...."

Length? Enough to rip her inner ladygarden open it seems....
(, Sun 26 Jun 2011, 23:41, 6 replies)
This is exactly how bursting blood vessels DON'T happen.

(, Mon 27 Jun 2011, 7:07, closed)
Science is wrong.
Just look at Brian Cox.
(, Mon 27 Jun 2011, 9:12, closed)
brian's cock you mean

(, Mon 27 Jun 2011, 13:31, closed)
Eh?
Lady-garden rip, whilst having sex with her on top, would mean blood on your crotch, not your chest.
A blood clot is not, usually, something you'd cause a vagina by entering and I doubt a clot in the vagina, in the sense you seem to be referring to, would even happen.
I take it you mean she had a clot in her lung, which she coughed up due to heavy breathing?
(, Mon 27 Jun 2011, 18:24, closed)
I'm not even going to pretend that I'm a doctor
but she did have a clot. I think the doctors finally worked out she had a preexisting condition that caused it. However, it chose the wrong moment to arise (excuse the pun)

As for the blood, I presume it was from when she stood up or from moving back and forth. It was pitch black so I couldn't really see
(, Mon 27 Jun 2011, 21:29, closed)
If she'd had a clot in the lung that went she'd have just well.....died.

(, Tue 28 Jun 2011, 23:04, closed)

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