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Gotten a Little Smokie sausage stuck in your truck defroster?


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Cue up the stories of guys getting their sausages stuck in strange places.....



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No, just 22 rimfire casings.

The good thing is it wasn't my truck.

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Originally Posted by HawkI
No, just 22 rimfire casings.

The good thing is it wasn't my truck.

Friend of mine used to turn on the fan and all you'd smell was expended .308. Open the door and casings would fall out 10/10.


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Originally Posted by shrapnel
Gotten a Little Smokie sausage stuck in your truck defroster?

You just asking for a friend?

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Originally Posted by smokepole
Cue up the stories of guys getting their sausages stuck in strange places.....



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Since these are usually precooked, just run it on high temp, low fan level for 10 min or so. Then turn up the fan and be ready. Kind of like a toaster. Might want to have a bun handy.

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I remember this story,, you pulled it out with the front sight of a Sako rifle, din'ya?


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Originally Posted by ol_mike
I remember this story,, you pulled it out with the front sight of a Sako rifle, din'ya?

I remember that. Afterwards he posed with a Brown Bess, Burns was luvid.



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On a 2003 GMC pickup, they’ll (.22 lr casings)migrate down to the blower motor and leave you without ac.

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Originally Posted by smokepole
Originally Posted by ol_mike
I remember this story,, you pulled it out with the front sight of a Sako rifle, din'ya?

I remember that. Afterwards he posed with a Brown Bess, Burns was luvid.

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How about a pound of rice thrown against the inside windshield of a '70 Z28? Rice still in the blower motor 35 years later.

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No just casings

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Gotta say no on that one.


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Originally Posted by smokepole
Cue up the stories of guys getting their sausages stuck in strange places.....

Scrotum Self-Repair or... The left testis had been avulsed:

One morning I was called to the emergency room by the head ER nurse. She directed me to a patient who had refused to describe his problem other than to say that he "needed a doctor who took care of men's troubles." The patient, about 40, was pale, febrile, and obviously uncomfortable, and had little to say as he gingerly opened his trousers to expose a bit of angry red and black-and-blue scrotal skin.

After I asked the nurse to leave us, the patient permitted me to remove his trousers, shorts, and two or three yards of foul-smelling, stained gauze wrapped about his scrotum, which was swollen to twice the size of a grapefruit and extremely tender. A jagged zig-zag laceration, oozing pus and blood, extended down the left scrotum.

Amid the matted hair, edematous skin, and various exudates, I saw some half-buried dark linear objects and asked the patient what they were. Several days earlier, he replied, he had injured himself in the machine shop where he worked, and had closed the laceration himself with a heavy-duty stapling gun. The dark objects were one-inch staples of the type used in putting up wallboard.

We x-rayed the patients scrotum to locate the staples; admitting him to the hospital; and gave him tetanus antitoxin, a broad-spectrum antibacterial therapy, and hexachlorophene sitz baths prior to surgery the next morning.

The procedure consisted of exploration and debridement of the left side of the scrotal pouch. Eight rusty staples were retrieved, and the skin edges were trimmed and freshened. The left testis had been avulsed and was missing. The stump of the spermatic cord was recovered at the inguinal canal, debrided, and the vessels ligated properly, though not much of a hematoma was present. Through-and through Penrose drains were sutured loosely in site, and the skin was loosely closed.

Convalescence was uneventful, and before his release from the hospital less then a week later, the patient confided the rest of his story to me.

An unmarried loner, he usually didn't leave the machine shop at lunchtime with his co-workers. Finding himself alone, he had begun the regular practice of masturbating by holding his penis against the canvas drive-belt of a large floor-based piece of running machinery. One day, as he approached orgasm, he lost his concentration and leaned too close to the belt. When his scrotum suddenly became caught between the pulley-wheel and the drive-belt, he was thrown into the air and landed a few feet away. Unaware that he had lost his left testis, and perhaps too stunned to feel much pain, he stapled the wound closed and resumed work.

I can only assume he abandoned this method of self-gratification.

By Dr. William A. Morton, Jr. MD, a retired urologist residing in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

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