July 22nd, 2008

First crack at internet access that hasn’t been entirely consumed by uploading sound files. So I have a true story for you.

My folks come from an island in the Bay of Fundy. Island folk are rather insular, sometimes even xenophobic, and they have their ways.

Some of them are quite the characters, colourful like you don’t see everyday for sure.

One of these was Poopy Small. My uncle told me how Poopy got his nickname. I’ll leave those schoolyard details to your imagination, but it stuck even after he was all grown up and a grandfather to boot.

One time when Poopy was not feeling entirely like his nickname if you get my drift, he was so uncomfortable that he visited the crusty old island doctor for relief.

The doc told Poopy to take some suppositories and come back in a week.

Doc: How’d those suppositories work for you, Poopy?

Poopy: (whiny old man voice)You know doc for all the good they did me, I might just as well have stuck them up me arse.

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16 Responses to “Island Medicine”

Marti Says:

I have no words. None.
Well yeah I guess I do. Again we have touched on the fact that when I am an old lady that pooping will again be a huge event in my daily life.

moo Says:

This is an old joke … or was it urban legand?

Cute way to tell it, though.

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ALF Says:

Always love a good poop story.

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lceel Says:

That’s the thing about Urban Legends – they get told because they are out there on that ‘Edge of Possibility’. Nice that this one has a nugget of truth to it.

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Krissa Says:

AH HA HA HA! You know I can always relate to a poop story…and a constipation one is even better!

BlueBella Says:

Tee hee:)

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teeni Says:

HAHA! That was great! Oh I miss your more frequent posts! I hope everything is going well for you. You are missed.

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The Over-Thinker Says:

Ya know….no matter how old I get, the word “poop” still puts me in stitches.

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ABB Says:

what a schmuck, that’s what they’re for. hehehehe.

Nan Says:

Who US?? Xenophobes? At least OUR poop smells like flowers, so there.

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Jenny Says:

I KNEW I was doing something wrong!

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Talina Says:

*snort*
Suppositories don’t strike me as the ideal medicine… How are you supposed to comfortably insert them anyways?

Minnesota Matron Says:

Oh my God! The bladder that supported three babies is bursting, she’s laughing that hard! Ugh!

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warriorwoman Says:

HOLY CRAP.

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Old Knudsen Says:

The bum is for exit only unless during a long sea voyage.

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background checks blog Says:

That is too funny!
I am from the Mid-west and there is a great book with stories like that from this area at the turn of the century called “Pi**ing in the Snow”.

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