beschizza at April 14th, 2014 09:10 — #1
jardine at April 14th, 2014 09:24 — #2
beschizza at April 14th, 2014 09:35 — #3
A knotty problem, indeed.
funkyderek at April 14th, 2014 09:38 — #4
jared_kaufman at April 14th, 2014 09:55 — #5
The article does not specify Dr. Dong's given name...
jim_r at April 14th, 2014 09:59 — #6
Must've been a boring day at the Ministry of Truth.
miasm at April 14th, 2014 12:06 — #7
RE: OP removed 'e' from my ethra.
boundegar at April 14th, 2014 13:30 — #8
I'm not really a doctor - but I play one in the dungeon.
lightningwaltz at April 14th, 2014 21:53 — #9
How many doctors had a go at it till surgery was decided on.
brainspore at April 14th, 2014 22:20 — #10
[Insert "pushing rope" joke here]
[surgically remove "pushing rope" joke here}
michael_r_smith at April 15th, 2014 05:19 — #11
That patient knew who to go to.
redesigned at April 15th, 2014 05:50 — #12
the real feat was tying the knots in the rope after it was inserted! that beats knotting cherry stems in your mouth any day. too bad the report doesn't say if he was skipping rope alone or doing double dutch.
in the USA the guy would have claimed he was skipping rope naked and fell on the rope!
at least he didn't get it stuck in one of those "finger traps"...
themudshark at April 15th, 2014 15:15 — #13
Don´t be discouraged by the lack of appreciation for your ropey pun. You´ll be able to ensnare people with your remarks soon enough, once you learn the ropes to effective comedy.
dave_barak at April 15th, 2014 19:43 — #14
How do we know he didn't DRINK the rope, hmmm? And if he did, might he have had a good reason, hmmm?
beschizza at April 19th, 2014 09:10 — #15
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