Friday, June 15, 2007

Enema My A**

Glad my yucky image ‘touched’ all…. Hahahahaha! Aku tengok balik pun nak termuntah sebenarnya… yuckies.

Hopefully Abang will not open the image. Kalau dia buka nanti akan kedengaranlah dengusan disapproval kat rumah karang. Biar aku gelak macam langsuyar ke, cik ponty ke... asal jangan cakap kotor (either lucah maupun disgusting), udah.

Camner la aku nak ajak laki aku into ‘dirty talk’ nih? Hahahahaha

I’ve surfed thro the Colon Hydrotherapy site upon Qistina’s suggestion (ya ya I just knew today yang ’Qistina’ tu bukan nama betul dia tapi tak pe la aku suka plak panggil dia dgn nama tu instead of nama AlmariBuruk a.k.a Goboklama. Takpe ek Qisst?). Verrrrryyy interesting. Quite murah juga actually. Kat Bangsar je.

And then I read the FAQs. Aiyak… guna enema ka? (come to think of it, nak guna cara apa lagi??? Takkan nak flush the colon guna 2 meter nozzle masuk ikut molot kot, kan?) Suddenly I can almost see and hear my eldest cat Adi chortling at me... “Kui! Kui! Kui! Baaaaaaaaru kau tawuuuuuuuu!”

The whole time Adi’s been in and out of the vet due to major constipation, docs had to do enemas on him to extricate his dried-up faeces. So, you know… enema for me equates constipated cats. I really need to digest (no pun intended) this enema-on-human concept thoroughly first… perhaps, surf more.

“The use of enemas has been around for some one thousand five hundred years. Enemas were used for body cleansing amongst the people of ancient Africa, the preColumbian South Americans (the Mayans), Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Indians, Babylonians in Persia and elsewhere in the ancient and modern world.

The earliest known colon enema therapy was used by Egyptians and colon cleansing therapy was an integral part of Taoist regimen and teaching and the Sung Dynasty physician by the name of Chang Tsung Cheng had written extensively on its benefits. The therapy was also important in Hinduism. Hippocrates, Galen and Paracelsus who are considered the fathers of modern medicine enumerated, practiced and prescribed colon therapy to their patients.

In France, enemas were used on a daily basis after dinner for the improvement of skin complexion
(halllllooooo. THIS is news!). In the United States of America, colon cleansing became popular in the twentieth century and enemas became the standard practice amongst physicians who used this treatment on patients in hospitals.”

So there… for now, that is. Forget about lunch, mate. I’ve digested (this time, pun intended) enough for the time being.

Karang at 3pm I’ll be off to the perasmian of Pameran Hartanah Bumiputera at Midvalley. Pastu terus nak beli tiket for Shrek 3, and pas movie terus balik terus nak singgah beli 1 kilo halia kat Hero for my first multi-cheapo DIY detox session this weekend.

It’s Abang’s working weekend this week, so this is the time I could try rendam apa-apa aku nak rendam, kan? Kaki ka, apa ka… Boleh rendam sekali ‘Dak Labi tu, mana la tau. Vet Doc gelar dia “terminally fat” aritu. Kesian dia, tau.

So.... great detox weekend, y’all!!!

P.S 01:
Oh tadi secretary consultant aku sebut kat aku on the phone, “…Puan, sayugia dimaklumkan, puan… rates ni rates tahun 2003 punya…”. Mak ai. Terkejut aku dengar perkataan tu. Bukan zaman Parameswara je ke guna that word???

P.S 02:
I know for one Kak Dins pi acupuncture for detoxing exercise. Nanti nak tanya dia ok ke tak.

P.S 03:
Halo, got enema fetish site and the tale of the Enema Bandit, ok! Aiyo, too much ah for the day!

f~

4 comments:

aimamahs said...

seriously kak, are u going to do the colon thing? hohoho looks scary for me.. agagaga

Roti Kacang Merah said...

aimamahs
abg zul kata, we might just do... tapi, after intense detox next paycheck...hehe

goboklama said...

u nak try? report ye,I pun nak cuba gak,heheh..

sayugia dimaklumkan bahawa beta tidak murka pun tuan hamba berkenan menggelarkan diri beta Qistina, beta suka gak,hihi..

me,
qistqist

Roti Kacang Merah said...

QisstDua,
Sayugia kini posting patik mengenai rendaman kaki herba halia tersebut ada di atas, Tuanku *grins*

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