|From:||Padraic Brown <agricola@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 27, 2002, 21:43|
Am 27.02.02, Kala Tunu yscrifef:
>> And tomorrow, a lengthier opus on "Circumcision". Fear not, o
>> squeamish ones; it's not a medical treatise, but an excerpt
>> translated from the Hungarian novel "A Körülmetélés". Tame
>> stuff (so far).
> ouch. i don't want to read this. does anyone here whitness whether it really
> hurts when you're an adult? isn't "circumcision of the soul" fair enough? i'm
> sure it is. must be so. definitely.
If I have any say in the matter, the anesthetist _will_ make sure
the man is dead to the world for the duration. In answer to your
question, yes, it hurts like bloody hell. Suture needles, knives,
electrocautery, scissors, clamps, little tweezers with teeth, and
a few other friendly looking instruments of torture all play a
[rant] Entirely apart from the barbarity of surgery; anyone who
willingly undergoes this (or worse, inflicts this on a child)
without PDG medical reason ought to be shot. Or at least sent up
for a psych eval! [/rant]
Gwerez dah, chee gwaz vaz, ha leal.