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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Another New Illness to Watch Out For!!

 Anal Glaucoma

A woman calls her boss one morning and tells him that she is staying home because she is not feeling well. 
"What's the matter?" he asks. 

"I have a case of anal glaucoma," she says in a weak voice. 

"What the hell is anal glaucoma?"
 
"I can't see my ass coming into work today."

15 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

Good one, my friend. You have me laughing. Thanks.

magiceye said...

lol!!!!

lotusleaf said...

You have me in splits, and I am at my workplace!

Devika said...

haha! You are REAL fun, Sylvia :)

btw, is this a woman's health issue...or with either sexes? anyway, if the matter is serious...perhaps eat only what one can digest!?

wishes,
devika

Naturedigital said...

A good one Sylvia...
The truth is I havent heard of it before also..
Have a great evening...
Costas

Lara @ Uproad said...

LOL! this was indeed very funny :))!

Arija said...

Ah, the wonders of modern medicine! At least its good for something. Such I pity I have nowhere to put it to use.

Thank you my friend, it's been one of those days.

Tracy said...

Sylvia, I love it! thanks for the morning giggle...

izzy said...

I just looked at the entry w/all the dog's flumped, because of drinking- that is so funny! -and true...thanks for visiting my page and commenting!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Sylvia, shame on you. I just spit coffee all over myself at work this morning.

Mama Zen said...

That's hilarious!

Lois said...

Thank you for the laugh Sylvia--I really needed that one today!

George said...

I've suffered from that a time or two over the years!

Team G Square said...

Nice one , now i got one more reason to skip work .........

Serline said...

Too bad for me, I can never use such an excuse...

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