In Rude Health: The Funniest and Most Explicit Stories from the NHS

December 27, 2019 - Comment

From the man with a device lodged far inside his body whose batteries refuse to run out to a woman with a plunger super-glued to her vagina, In Rude Health recounts real life tales from the coal face of the NHS. From doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and dentists come a range of eye-popping, side-splitting acts

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From the man with a device lodged far inside his body whose batteries refuse to run out to a woman with a plunger super-glued to her vagina, In Rude Health recounts real life tales from the coal face of the NHS. From doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychiatrists and dentists come a range of eye-popping, side-splitting acts of misadventure that have had the medical profession weeping into their face masks as they attended to members of the great British public in their hour of need. In Rude Health is a riotous account of the weird, the warped and the whacky ways we end up in the hands of the medical profession.

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Anonymous says:

18+ Humour So, approaching reading this book I was in a bit of a reading block. I just couldn’t decide what to read. Then when I did try to read a book or two I ended up not being able to get into them. I came to the conclusion that I needed to read something different to my usual genres to snap me out of the reading block. So I went on Amazon.co.uk and looked under humour and found this book.This book contains the weird and wonderful predicaments that people get themselves into and end up…

Anonymous says:

wouldn’t recommend After having read This is going to hurt by Adam Kay, which was brilliant, this book was a complete let down. There was a single supposedly funny story on each page, not what I was expecting, I couldn’t be bothered to finish it

Anonymous says:

Great stuff. Another laugh-out-loud collection, (with the occasional grimace), of just how stupid people can be when it comes to reasons for visiting A&E, quite apart from the sexual ones which, I suspect, could make another two volumes, assuming the author would be allowed to print them. One thing to be learned here is; if you have an accident, beware the trained first-aider!

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