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From: Chrysantha
Date: 03-08-2007, 04:06 PM (1 of 2)
In a Chicago hospital, a gentleman had made several attempts to get into the men's restroom, but it had always been occupied.

A nurse noticed his predicament. " Sir," she said " You may use
the ladies room if you promise not to touch any of the buttons on the wall."

He did what he needed to, and as he sat there he noticed the buttons he had promised not to touch. Each button was identified by letters: WW, WA, PP, and a red one labeled ATR.

Who would know if he touched them? He couldn't resist. He pushed WW and warm water was sprayed gently upon his bottom.

What a nice feeling, he thought. Men's restrooms don't have nice
things like this.

Anticipating greater pleasure, he pushed the WA button. Warm air
replaced the warm water, gently drying his underside.

When this stopped, he pushed the PP button. A large powder puff
caressed his bottom adding a fragile scent of spring flower to this
unbelievable pleasure. The ladies restroom was more than a
restroom, it was tender loving pleasure.

When the powder puff completed it's pleasure, he couldn't wait to
push the ATR button which he knew would be supreme ecstas y.

The next thing he knew he opened his eyes, he was in a hospital bed, and a nurse was looking down at him.

"What happened?" he exclaimed. "The last thing I remember was
pushing the ATR button."

"The ATR button is an Automatic Tampon Remover. Your penis is under your pillow."

User: Chrysantha
Member since: 09-06-2002
Total posts: 2414
From: Magot
Date: 03-08-2007, 04:20 PM (2 of 2)
not peculiar to Chicago, I feel....
love and kisses, Jan
Cells a Speciality
DNA to order.
User: Magot
Member since: 12-22-2002
Total posts: 3626
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