Monday, April 10, 2017

New shades of humiliation ( CFNM , Medical part 17 )




The wait is over! Here is the new medical update. I hope you'll enjoy it and feel for these unfortunate young men...
For my loyal VIPs : I'm going to send you 2 bonus pictures for your collection. Another retro medical one, quite similar in spirit to the other, but a bigger file (actually I didn't know which one would be public and private).
And another one in colour, about these extremely desperate young men who " fell on - insert something weird here - while getting out from the shower ". The Doctor has to remove it, and the Mom who drove him to the Emergency Room looks "a bit" amused and/or embarrassed. Ask your friends who work at hospital for similar stories... I'm just putting reality in picture here!

So that's 4 pictures in total.

I hope to hear from you : )

If not, until the next update!

AleX

12 comments:

  1. Great work again! I particularly like the one with the young nurse fresh out of college tweeting a picture of one of her first patients. I also like the one where the mother brings her young son to the ER after he "fell on something", as it reminds me of my mother told me a few years back. My mother was at the hospital because my sister was having a baby(I was at work), and she later told me that when she was in the waiting room there was a teenage boy with a broken leg sitting next to his mother, and when she asked her what happened she told her that when he was getting out of the shower he slipped and fell (No, he didn't "accidentally fall on anything",ha ha!), and broke his leg. My mom told her she noticed his hair was wet, and the boys mom told her that she had to get him dressed because he couldn't walk, and he said "Mom!", to which she replied: "Oh, it's nothing I haven't seen before. After all, I changed your diapers when you were a baby!" My mom then said they both started laughing, and he started blushing!

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    1. Nice story!!
      But this man ACTUALLY fell. I'm more interested with the others ; )

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    2. What do you mean you're more interested in the others?

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    3. I mean I'm more interested here with the young men who DIDN'T actually fell (on something that magically entered up the bum) , but pretend they did : )

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  2. Bonjour Alex,

    Le monde médical : un incontournable de " la honte nécessaire". C'est un peu comme passer la visite chez le médecin quant on est ado, surtout accompagné de Maman (c'était mon cas) et devant une femme médecin. Je me souviens que la seule fois où j'ai vu une "doctoresse", ce fut à l'âge de 17 ou 18 ans, en vacances pour je ne sais plus quel problème. Elle me fit mettre en slip et chaussettes. La honte de devoir le faire devant deux femmes. Une maman connaît son fils sous toutes les coutures, comme l'on dit.
    Et pour nos mamans "mère-poule", nous resterons toujours "leur" petit garçon, une sorte de Peter Pan. Rires.
    Cette dame, assez forte et de même génération que ma Maman, m'avait impressionné tant par son attitude très pro que son "look" tailleur jupe et chignon. Ca remonte à l'époque du Lycée, il y a un peu plus d'une trentaine d'années. C'est un peu cette personnalité que je reprend dans les quelques dessins que je t'ai envoyé. Les filles semblent moins gênées que nous dans ce genre de situation, non ? Enfin j'imagine.
    Charles

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    1. Elle ressemble peut-être à la doctoresse au chignon de mon premier dessin?
      Les filles allaient sans doute accompagnées de leur mère aussi, pas de leur père

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    2. Edit: non, elle n'a pas vraiment un chignon, malgré son look retro

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    3. Alex,

      Elle se rapproche d'elle dans son look, avec la différence de couleur: cheveux noirs et lissés, et elle portait aussi des verres de contact plutôt épais qui n'apparaissent pas sur ton cliché.
      J'avoue que plus d'une fois je me suis imaginé fessé sur ses genoux sous le regard inquiet de ma Maman. Qui se réservait toujours pour elle-même le droit de me gronder et de me punir. Elle savait doser sa colère vis-à-vis de moi.
      Bon moment quant j'y repense.
      Charles.

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  3. "and could you please remind me your complaints about my staff again" Feels like a story there. Left lady is quite demure, the one on the right seems to be enjoying it, middle lady nice and firm.

    My fav of the two is the "tweet" one, the social media aspect is a very good touch. Your right the mother is torn between the two reactions, the nurse really pleased and the boy glancing back in horror, perhaps knowing that image will be around for a long time.

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    1. - Regarding the first picture: I feel these sepia pictures don't go well with text. So I try to tell as much as possible in the title

      - Yes, exactly. He had a quick glance back to see what she is doing, and at this very second he understood the story won't end in this room

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  4. My friend who was an ambulance crew member once told me about a guy who had a beer bottle inserted far enough inside him that he couldn't pull it out, at least not without medical assistance. He, and his friends, claimed that he had simply tried to sit on a stool where someone had left this bottle...... (no explanation how this happened without tearing a hole in his trousers!)

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    1. Haha!! ^^
      Telling the truth (or nothing) would be less ridiculous

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