Monday, July 12, 2010

The Chiro, round two

Chiropractors encounter a fair amount of whiffery in their work. Either passive such as bad breath from a punter - I always brush my teeth before I go if I have the opportunity - or body odor, or active because of their manipulation. When you're bending people back and forth it tends to have a bellows effect on the old innards.

So there's this manuever where they drop you on your side and push one of your legs up. They then knee down on your thigh.


Currently I'm still suffering the sharts.

So when that was done that caused movement at the station ... and I did a dot of a shart.

I had to pause the treatment to dash to the loo. By dash I mean the butt clench hold it in fast waddle.

Luckily I made it.


I'm glad they have air freshener on the sill. They needed it. Also they need their lock fixed because while I had locked the door - the handle no longer turning - the door still could be opened.

So, so glad I made it in time. Otherwise I'd have had to leave the clinic with a gladbag tied around my waist...


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