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25- Can't even go through a doctor-related FML anymore without seeing people kiss the ground he stands on. Disgraceful.

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Wow, so simply mentioning me now constitutes kissing the ground I stand on? Seriously RussianFox, your outright animosity towards me is reaching a crescendo. If you want to have it out with me, I'll be out at the flagpole at 3 o'clock. Be there, you pussy.

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Doc can beat the shit out of russianfox and then diagnose all of his injuries...making sure no treatment is given of course, unless an apology is made. Then he gets the homeless dude who thinks he is a doctor to help him.

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61- About Me is still the same. I won't bother fighting this since the brown nosers will fight DocBastards battles for him once again proving my point.

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A lot of weird things happen in the medical field... I have a friend who had a guy come in to the ER saying he had a live hamster stuck in his ass.

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What would make a person stick a live hamster up their ass? Wouldn't that be painful? And counted as animal abuse?

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I am not against gay people, and I have a hard time believing that they do this...but apparently there is a practice that they do where they stick a string to a hamster and shove it up there and they like the feeling of the clawing. That is at least what she said when I asked about it.

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I don't know my facts, because it's a little different in the Ocean where I live, but can't they inform the police or somebody of it? If they were harmed whilst doing illegal things, then should they not be treated and then arrested?

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I'm not sure. I think that they could anonymously report someone...but I think your hospital records are "confidential". Like if you overdosed on illegal drugs I don't think you would be arrested.

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Hospitals can definitely report it. Just like therapists can report what you say if it harms you or someone else. It's confidential only as it's not dangerous.

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My Mother works at a hospital. Medical records are confidential to employers, your average bear, etc. but not to the law and police officers. That's like saying if a child came to the hospital beaten by their father you can't report it because medical records are confidential. All medical records being confidential means is that people can't simply just get a hold of them like employers and so on. The law is the law and a hospital will report anything against the law being animal abuse, drug abu

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126 - They report what they are legally mandated to report. Suspected child abuse, obvious crime victims such and stabbings and GSWs, sexual assault victims, etc. I don't think sexual deviancy by gerbil is specifically on the list, so probably non-reportable.

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126 animal abuse is against the law. Whether its a hamster, dog, or cat. They will report anything against law. Whether the police do something about it, well that is up to the police. But a hospital does report any kind of abuse or anything against the law.

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It was a big thing a while back ago. (Typically) homosexual men would stick carious things, such as hamsters, in their rectums. The result was the hamster would die, the hamster would have scratched up his rectum, most likely defecated on the wounds, and the man would get an infection and die usually. Or at least be very ill.

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Yes but it's not as orthodox as that. For example once you obtain a septic infection from hamster fecal matter in your internal wounds, it's not likely to survive or at least come out unharmed.

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6- Lol your comment reminded me of talladega knights when Ricky bobby thinks he's paralyzed and stabs a knife in his leg and his friends try to get it out by wedging another knife in his leg

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Sokka: Oh, well, then thanks for all the help over the years. Like when I fell into the greasebeary bramble, and that time I had TWO fish hooks in my thumb!! Aang: TWO?? Katara: he tried to get the first fishhook out with another fishhook. That? Lol

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I think there's 2 because he was extra confused. It makes it more of a question cried in desperation than just a simple "What does that mean?"

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Ah, I see. But possibly if he worded his sentence differently (and much more dramatically) then there would be no need for the extra question mark.

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116 - You CAN start a sentence with 'and' in informal text. Which is what this is. Only in academic writings is it frowned upon. AND, no, you can never have two punctuation marks together. No matter what world you're writing in.

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116- It is a reference to an online joke with a picture. It says those 2 lines and says something about how grammar saves lives.

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We can all be ruthless pedants and harpy the fucking boob milk out of this guy, but I actually thought it seemed rather intentional -- that is, "Da fuq, did I just read??" being a purposefully corrupted version of "Dafuq did I just read?" to emphasize the importance of correct grammar (like the "Let's eat Grandma" sentence). However, if he indeed made a misstep and totally just fucked that sentence to hell, I'm not sticking up for him.

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There is no true such thing in english as "informal text" as what your describing. You either are always punctual, or you are apathetic and lazy. It's fine to be either, but don't try to make stuff up to justify the latter.

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Already been done on another fml. Be original damnit. Any way you dice this situtation i dont know why i forking put up with you people. There should be a grate-er emphasis on creative puns.

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Well ... when it comes to puns, most people just scratch the surface, only merely scraping by. The age of cutting-edge puns is over.

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