2009 January 31
by drmk

Variations on a(n unfortunately) recurring theme:

Urinary leg bag

Hey I know this is really strange but….I had surgery last week and had a catheter….they sent me home with a Leg Bag that I NEVER used…it has been opened but not used…I have the bag and leg straps if anyone needs or is interested.
I know its wierd but I hate to throw away if someone really needs this.

You know, I’m all for “reduce, reuse, recycle” … but some things just are not meant to be recycled, even if they haven’t been used. This just might be one of them. (Sent in by Leslie.)

But wait, there’s more! (Of course there is.)

ENEMA TABLE Upholstered Wooden Beautifully Hand-Crafted – $250

Local pickup only.

Custom built enema table used for only 10 months. This is a very comfortable piece of furniture and very high quality.

It has a wooden frame with cushioned water proof upholstery and was made by two local craftsmen. It is 57″ long & 34″ wide. It is 24″ high on one side and 20″ on the other, providing a 4″ decline so gravity can be used to provide the user some support in the movement of the fluid deeper into the large intestine. Naturally, the user could lay with their head at the top of the incline should they find it more comfortable. And lastly, because it is made of wood, you could always trim the legs if you prefer a level table.

I have two attached photos.


I don’t care if it was “used only for 10 months”. It is a used enema table. How frequently do you have to give/receive enemas to think that a custom built enema table is a good idea? There isn’t enough antibacterial soap in the world to make me go near this thing. I don’t even want to think about what’s in the bag underneath the table.

And last, but certainly not least:

Rug – $1

Gently used, clean blue rug. E-mail for pick-up.


This almost certainly has to be on purpose. You can’t take this picture and post it and not notice that.

Personally, I think it’s overdone. It could have been much more subtle, like the MySpace girl’s profile picture. [Link updated to work. Sorry about that.] (Warning: depending on where you work, links in this post may be NSFW.  [Then again, so might this post!])

I’d like to see someone buy the rug and never even comment on the picture; that would probably deflate this puerile individual who almost certainly did this just to get reactions from people.

Anyway, I prefer reflectoporn myself.

9 Responses leave one →
  1. 2009 January 31
    candace permalink

    I torn between finding those hilarious and being really disgusted….and I think I just threw up in my mouth a little.

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  2. 2009 January 31

    I have to give the first entry credit for admitting that it’s weird, even though (s)he sucks at punctuation.

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  3. 2009 January 31
    Courtney permalink

    That reminds me of a friend of mine who had a series of odd roommates before she married and had kids. One Sunday she returned home early to find her male roommate on the floor of the bathroom with what was obviously a contraption for the self-administration of an enema. He hadn’t bothered to close the door. She stopped and just looked at him for a moment as he looked back and said “It’s Sunday. It’s enema day.” She just turned and walked away.

    Takes allllllll kinds. Unfortunately!

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  4. 2009 February 8
    bonni permalink


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  5. 2009 March 3
    annie permalink

    By my understanding of currency leg bags would be – what – $5 US dollars? At max? THE HELL.

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  6. 2009 June 19
    Dray permalink

    I honestly think I’m going to be sick.

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  7. 2009 July 15

    Hilarious ! 😉 LMAO

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  8. 2009 September 4
    Kagenin permalink

    Hey, porn starlets who specialize in… umm… “backdoor” flicks could probably use the Enema table… they’re adequately skankey enough to not be bothered by the fact that it’s probably seen as much use as they have (oh snap!)

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  9. 2010 March 17
    Jessabell permalink

    I’m a nurse, so the leg bag doesn’t gross me out…but although I’ve given quite a few enemas, that table unsettles me – I think it should be burned! And as for who would use it, a lot of spinal cord injured individuals and people with MS utilize enemas frequently due to neurological issues.

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