…if they’re not already there, that is.
I have smelled this bug. It does indeed smell foul, but not in the way you might think. It’s not a fecal sort of smell, nor does it smell like decaying flesh or garbage. It’s a pungent, difficult to describe sort of smell, more akin to a noxious chemical than something organic. It’s the kind of stink that you imagine you can still smell hours after your first whiff.
Or maybe you can…smell it hours later, that is.
Read about it
Beware: Very Stinky
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Anyone who’s ever had an abcessed tooth and the resultant root canal knows the misery it can bring. It hurts like hell, and it stinks, both literally and figuratively. A rotten tooth literally stinks of putrefaction and decay, to the core. And paying $1000 for a root canal out of pocket, followed by another $1750 for the crown because you don’t have dental insurance, stinks too.
What stinks even more is when health care specialists go at their profession with the first and foremost goal of getting filthy, stinking rich on you. This stench amplifies when they botch a procedure. Which they do, more often than many people realize.
But what stinks most of all is the maggot who creates a codified system for health professionals, designed to facilitate their rise into the ranks of the rich and leisurely, with virtually no regard to the suffering engendered by the obscenely high cost of health care for young and old alike, in the United States.
Mind you, that’s just my opinion. This guy could be a saint, and I could be the bad guy here. Read it and decide for yourself.
Posted in Ass-inine, Figurative Stench, halitosis, Stinky occupations, Stinky People, Stinky practices
Tagged America, dentist, dentistry, expensive, health care, health insurance, high cost, medicine, poor, poverty, rich, sickness, U.S., United States, wealth
“When Lyndon Johnson, recuperating from gall bladder surgery, raised his shirt to show his scar to assembled reporters, he was just trying to show he was all right, according to authors Irwin Unger and Debi Unger, who, however, say the gesture backfired. Indeed, a letter to the New York Times about the resulting picture stated, “god forbid he should have a hemorrhoidectomy!” Johnson was a gross man, given to earthy language and deeds. He regularly received junior staff and reporters while sitting on the toilet.” (Source)
Posted in Dookie, Historical Stench, Stinky Factoids, Stinky People, Stinky practices
Tagged earthy, gallbladder surgery, Kennedy, LBJ, Lyndon B. Johnson, politics, poop, pooping, President, texan, Texas, toilet, Unger, United States, Vietnam