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Stranded in a hotel in an African war zone with no internet access for two weeks, I was forced to resort to desperate measures. Possessing only my passport and the clothes I stood up in; and the warning "You can catch it shaking hands with a vicar out there" ringing in my ears, I had to draw my own porn in order to preserve my sanity.

Alas, it all came out looking like Coronation Street's Audrey Roberts, but, as they say, any port in a storm.

What have you done in times of great desperation?

(, Thu 15 Nov 2007, 10:10)
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Ahh fukkit.... I might as well spit it out...
I may or may not have mentioned this before.

*hangs head in shame*

One night last year: Particularly bored and on a bit of a low (relationship not going the right way) I was sat watching episodes of Simpson's back-to-back, Drinking Guinness and getting slightly hungry.

Hmm.. hungry. I'd been feeling down for the entire weekend and it was sunday afternoon. Outside it was drizzling, My mates were elsewhere and lazyness was beginning to reach new levels.

NOTE: This may get long... Skip to the starry line if you're semi-illiterate.

Earlier that day I'd been to Netto (yes, we do have them in Sweden) and bought a catering pack of sugary peanuts. I hauled my slightly tipsy arse off the sofa pottered into the kitchen, got another can and a bowl, picked up the Netto bag and - after filling the bowl with peanuts - hunkered down on the sofa again.

I don't remember much more of that afternoon: I just remember feeling rather sorry for myself and dragging my sorry arse off to bed at midnight, ruing the fact that I'd have to go to work in the morning.

Monday came and went.

Tuesday rolled along... and then went away as Tuesdays do.

Wednesday was when it started to get a little strange: In the afternoon I started to feel a bit crap. My lunch hadn't really wanted to go down so I'd sat and chatted... by 3pm I was beginning to sweat. "Flu" I thought. I set off home and collapsed infront of the TV with a bowl of sugar puffs.

20 minutes later I was sat on the bathroom floor with a nose-full of sugar puffs. I'd emptied my stomach the wrong way. No warning. Weird.

I hate the Flu... It knocks me for six once it's beaten my immune system. I headed to bed and had a shit night.

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A day later and my stomach was in pain: very un-fluish. I was beginning to wonder what might be going on.... Working my way chronologically though my past meals - there weren't many; When I'm down I forget to eat - there was nothing that rang alarm bells until my mind latched onto the peanuts... Jesus no..

I went to the livingroom: There on the table was the empty bag. 2Kg of peanuts. Nice one Humpty you utter arse-hat: you've pigged out on 2kg of peanuts, and turned yourself into a walking peanut-butter Keg.

The Days - unlike the stools - had been passing. Somewhere inside me was the wrong kind of log-jam... If anyone says "butter-nut-squash" I'll kill them =(

Now.. single, Living alone and with my mum a long way away in another country, I did what any self-respecting male would do: I went back to bed.

I'll be the first to admit that I'm no professional when it comes to chronic constipation: I reasoned that the blockage needs encouragement and movement. I massaged my stomach, wriggled around a bit and occasionally would jump up and down. It failed. I failed.

In frustration I gave my stomach and belly area a good thumping (I'm an engineer, and it's always a fairly good last resort) and at least It felt better.

It was a few hours later while watching Jack-ass and Johnny Knoxville getting his colon hosed out that I hit upon a plan. By this time my temperature was going amusingly high and I was feeling *really* shit: It was a surprise that I was capable of any sort of rational thought, but this was it. A stroke of Genuis. McGuyver was trumped.

10 minutes later I had modified my shower hose and essentially had a mix between a super-soaker and Cartman's worse nightmare. Let me tell you that shoving a squirting hosepipe up your ass is hilarious. I had already researched the concept of this pass-time online.. and had discovered that the time to Stop the filling was "when you felt uncomfortable". Mmmkay. :o/

My first effort was a dismal failure. maybe a tablespoon of water? so "When you feel uncomfortable" may not have been entirely accurate. You lasses who whine about "water retention" and "being bloated": you have No Fucking Idea!!!

I had to grit my teeth and go for it. A couple of minutes later and grunting like a hippo in labour I managed to manouvre myself over the toilet before exploding. The sheer relief in itself was worth it... but there was nowt solid to show.

Another Sitting.

... The overpowering odour of Rancid Peanut-crap was horrifying.... though already ill, sweating and committed, I knew it was the smell of victory.

Re-Fill and Puuuurge.

I noted that accidentally turning the water cold was a terrible plan.. The barking spider puckered HARD and threatened NEVER to let ANYTHING out.

Fix the temperature... Re-Fill and Purge again.

It took 30 minutes, but it was an overall success. Within an hour I was starting to feel fine again.

A few days later I was offered a bowl of those sugary peanuts at a party.

I then realised that it had taken Me 30 minutes of watered-down rancid peanutty shit, and from that point on the mere smell of peanuts successfully induced involuntary bodily actions: Pavlov was a mere amateur.


Nuts to the length.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 13:30, closed)

I was going to eat my lunch.



I'm not going to bother now.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 13:43, closed)
*spits out the snickers celebrations bar*

(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 13:55, closed)
A real masterpiece
The story, I mean!

"It was a surprise that I was capable of any sort of rational thought" - Are you sure shoving a shower hose up the rusty sherrifs badge is a rational thought?
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:10, closed)
*gips*
*clicks*
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:15, closed)
You're A
.
Sick, sick man....

Cheers
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:23, closed)
Sounds like you're your own worst enema

(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:35, closed)
Sometimes engineering logic should be kept to "engineering"
So wrong , yet so clickable.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:38, closed)
Brilliant
The first post to make me laugh and feel sick at the exact same time

Have a click
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:45, closed)
respect.
I can only admire your problem-solving skills. I can also admire a man so dedicated that he can push a hosepipe up his own botom.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 14:58, closed)
Woohoo!
You're my new hero.

(Seriously, I thought I was the only one to do things like that...)
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 15:05, closed)
Oh the humanity!
I had to click...
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 15:19, closed)
One word....if it is a word.....

EEEEEEEUUUUWWWWWWWWWW!!!!
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 15:39, closed)
haha
I did this once for exactly the same reason (minus the peanuts)

absolutely hilarious, I recommend it to anyone suffering chronic boredom.
(, Mon 19 Nov 2007, 20:10, closed)
Oh jeez!
Please don't do that again! You can really hurt yourself if you aren't used to giving high enemas.
(, Tue 20 Nov 2007, 5:54, closed)
*giggle*
Spectacular!! :)
(, Tue 20 Nov 2007, 16:49, closed)

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