- Ringpiece surgery, advise please
They are going to zap your ring with a laser.
It will burn.
You had an itchy ring for YEARS yet you didn’t think to do anything about it?
If I get anything remotely like that, I’m getting the mirror out, and am terrified in case I have worms. Usually turns out to be something spicy I ate.
Got to look after your ring, and your ring will look after you.
Remind me never to shake hands with this man…Posted 9 years ago
On the other hand you of course RudeBoy, would have rushed straight down to your female GP to show her your ringpiece.
Yes. And she’d have been pleased that I did. And it would have been cured very quickly, too, as she’s a bloody good doctor.
Mind, I doubt very much my ringpiece would ever get to that state.Posted 9 years agogrizzlygusMember
RudeBoy – Member
I doubt very much my ringpiece would ever get to that state.
Well I’m very glad to hear it. But is bumhole hygiene some strange obsessive preoccupation of yours ?
I mean on another thread you posted, quote :
"Better than a mate of mine, I spose. He didn’t used to wipe too often, when he’d ‘dropped the kids off at the pool’."
Now how the **** did you know that he didn’t wipe properly – did you check or something ?
I simply have no idea whether my mates wipe their bums properly. And it’s not the sort of information which they’re likely to volunteer, ie "’ere I’ve just had a sh!t but didn’t bother wiping my ar5e"
What are you – the ar5e police/inspector ❓ ❗ 😯Posted 9 years ago
No, me mate used to tell me. "’Ear, I’ve just had a sh!t but didn’t bother wiping my arse" is what he would say. Then later complain of itchyness and soreness. This would happen quite often. Dirty bastard.
The other one, he would go to the bog, then we’d hear the flush, and he’d just come out straight away. We’d say ‘ear, have you washed you hands?’, and then he’d get all hippy, and start on about how ‘ a few germs is good for the immune system’, or some other rubbish. He never had a gelf. Dirty bastard.
Personally, I prefer to entertain myself with ladies’ bottoms, but not in any sort of unsavoury manner.
Posted 9 years ago
there is no cure for pruritis ani which is why the OP will have ignored the itching. you just have to live with it. it’s a lot less common in parts of Europe where the use of bidets is more widespread.
effectively it’s being allergic to your own poo, the only way to alleviate the problem is to be meticulous about ‘cleaning up’
i have to carry a pack of moist toilet tissues wherever i go (if i’m likely to have a shit that is)
my doctor told me to avoid cycling, beer and spicy foods.
i don’tPosted 9 years agoAmbroseSubscriber
It’s good to see that at least one of the old STW threads are still available 😉Posted 9 years ago
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