Sunday, July 10, 2005

Doctor Discovers the 'Orgasmatron'

While Meloy, an anesthesiologist and pain specialist in Winston-Salem, was putting an electrode into the spine of a female patient with chronic back pain, the woman reported a decrease in her pain and a delightful, but very unexpected, side effect.
In a surgical procedure done in his office, Meloy implants the electrodes from this device into the back of the patient, at the bottom part of the spinal cord. When the electrodes are stimulated with a remote control, the brain interprets the signal as an orgasm, he said. The device is about the size of a pacemaker and can be turned on and off with a handheld remote control.

I think this is great, but can you imagine what would happen if someone got ahold of the remote control outside of the bedroom??? I can picture it now!! You're walking along and WHAM!! You hit your knees and start to moan... After it was over.. how to explain?? Too funny!!!

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