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Woman gets a toy dinosaur stuck in her vagina

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Have you ever got something stuck in your vagina? Well, it seems plenty of women have. 

Toy DinosaurA quick google search reveals how a Serbian woman once lost her Nokia 3310 when using it to pleasure herself, and BBC3’s Bizarre ER featured a woman suffering from severe pelvic pain as there was a rolled up Donny Osmond poster inside her. No I’m not sure either why on earth she popped that up her hoo-hah, she must just have really wanted Donny Osmond inside her.

Anyway, now there’s another object to add to the list of ‘Weird things that have got stuck in a vagina’, that being, a toy dinosaur. 

Writing anonymously in the Guardian, a student nurse recounts how she treated a patient with a very unusual issue. The patient, a middle-aged woman, had accidently got her son’s toy dinosaur (a T-Rex to be precise) stuck in her vagina as a result of an unfortunate masturbation mishap. 

The nurse says she originally believed the woman was ‘unlikely to have anything particularly unusual going on’, but oh how very, very wrong she was. Asking the patient why she was visiting the clinic, the woman says: ‘I was playing with my son’s dinosaur, and it’s stuck.’ 

Unsurprisingly, this isn’t what the nurse was expecting to hear, and so, it takes a while before the penny drops. An embarrassing exchange consequently  follows, with the nurse trying to gather what the medical issue is, whilst the woman uncomfortably gestures towards her crotch in a bid to explain. Eventually the nurse realises and manages to free the trapped dinosaur with the use of forceps. 

The nurse describes how she gave this parting advice to the unfortunate woman: “I don’t advise inserting children’s toys during sexual activity, however if you do choose to masturbate with a toy dinosaur, I recommend buying your own, and perhaps putting it in a condom, or tying a leash to its foot.”

I’d personally suggest this patient leaves all toy dinosaurs alone, leash or no leash, and gets herself a rabbit instead from Ann Summers.




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