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Monday, April 12, 2010

Orchids for Miss Blandish

It's been pointed out that although we've quite a few books on breast cancer and cervical cancer in our Healthy Living Collections there aren't any on testicular cancer and none on prostate cancer less than five years old.

"Ooh," says Kitty, "if they're checking themselves there I hope we're going to be issuing them with rubber gloves as well."

8 comments:

Macy said...

Wha-hay! comment moderation is off!!
And just to taunt any spammers still lurking we're going to discuss prostates, rubber gloves and anal probes??
Like your style Mr Musgrove!

Kevin Musgrove said...

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Webrarian said...

She's just envious. (I could be more explicit, but I think that's unnecessary).

emu said...

*Don't* tell them the tapioca story!!!!

Gadjo Dilo said...

I've been noticoing this trend for a while now: every health service falls over itself to promote wimmin's health but nobody gives a tinkers cuss about a chap's nads.

nursemyra said...

Ha! LOVE the title for this post

Pat said...

I think lately the balance is being redressed.
I wonder if this will get through- the last few bounced back.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Webrarian: quite so. Library staff rooms...

emu: NO!

Gadjo: like Pat says, the balance is starting to be redressed but there's a way to go yet.

nursemyra: thank you!

Pat: you were getting through, honest. Hope you didn't get a bounce-back this time.