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Twitter Facebook Vimeo. They even still get drinks and have a good laugh about pooping through the urethra every now and then. As the story goes, the man had his son with him answering all the questions. They got it out and when the son left the room the man asked my dad if he could have the pipe back.

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He tensed when we were removing it and it shattered; he had to go for emergency surgery. Despite the urgency, one patient I saw was adamant that he injured himself while roofing his home in the middle of the night. He was lying on the couch watching TV playing with the tooth in his fingers above his head.


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He dropped the tooth and it fell directly into his ear canal. After trying to get it out himself with his fingers he only pushed it deeper in.

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My father took him to the hospital to get it extracted. The doctor said he had never seen a case of a tooth lodged into an ear canal. He had decided he would try to see what it looked like to have a bow and arrow aimed at you, so he aimed a drawn arrow at his reflection in a mirror and accidentally fired.

It bounced off and hit his eye. Predictably, drops it on his front, gets sliced up, comes to hospital. After more prompting, he reveals he was driving home from work, saw some guy using his lawnmower to trim hedges turns out it was the FIRST guy!

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No problem, popped it out. Couple minutes later, gets a call that someone had a penny in nose.


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She says, no, I already took care of that. They insisted there was someone with a penny in his nose. Went out to check, there was the very same sheepish dad with a penny up HIS nose.

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Yes, I am aware that this guy was probably the man from 1 guy, 1 jar. Apparently worst affecting his ability to get it up so they decided to put caulk in his urethra to try and make it hard. She calls that story the caulk in the cock. Sign up for the Thought Catalog Weekly and get the best stories from the week to your inbox every Friday.

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