Correct Cliché: Stick it where the sun don’t shine

Fractured Cliché: Stick it where the sun shines

A man rushed to the hospital to have a live eel removed from his body might have benefited from this fractured cliché.

He inserted a 20-inch long swamp eel into his anus. In an attempt to escape, the eel chewed through the man’s colon and became stuck in his body cavity. Surgeons worked throughout the night to save the eel’s life.  Unfortunately, the eel died shortly after extraction but the man survived.

Surprisingly, this isn’t the first case of an anal eel. This incident, which occurred in China, has occurred there before. A similar incident has also been documented in New Zealand.

Personally, I hope they convict this guy of a f-EEL-ony and stick him where the sun don’t shine.

May the farce be with you!

Your IFF,


Dewey's eel-like attempt to escape from Stephen's shirt

Dewey’s eel-like attempt to escape from Stephen’s shirt


 About the AuthorPam Waits has more than 20 years of experience in human resources with 10 years in the top HR spot for mid-sized companies. She currently works as a Human Resources consultant. Additionally, she holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.Pam is also a writer and humorist, defying the perception that human resource professionals lack a sense of humor. She’s a leader who believes humor is an important part of a healthy business culture and a necessary part of life. 
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