Someone made an emergency trip to Walter Reed Medical Center last year. There's a rumor that someone got something stuck north of the mangos. The rumor follows that, after several days, it hadn't surrendered.
So, it had to be removed. Professionally.
Like inserting a stent into a heart valve, but not geographically near the same area, a robot hook, directed by an experienced doctor in that field (whatever that particular field might be), had to be called.
Let’s say: It wasn’t something you could easily grab by the pussy.
The old boys club made snickering jokes, laughing up their sleeves.
But some of the lady staff members are speaking out loud.
Who the male patient was is confidential. However, there are over 3,953,094,353 men in the world. So it has to be one of them.
How many men made emergency trips to Walter Reed Hospital last year? That narrows down the numbers significantly.
How many were emergency trips on a same-day outpatient basis? Again, the number drops.
Someone suggested It may have been a miniature copy of the Washington Monument that split in half.
And it may not have been. So the mystery continues.
Or until sunshine can shed light on the situation.
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