So, I use a lot of Google Alerts to constantly refresh me with story ideas here at The Frisky. One of those Google Alerts is for the word “vagina.” I write about ladybusiness, so you would think the word “vagina” would come up a lot, right? Not true. It’s mostly news stories about the Eve Ensler play “The Vagina Monologues” or random people writing into Yahoo messages boards asking questions about why their/their partner’s vagina smells like it does.
But occasionally, occasionally, there will be some stories in my “vagina” Google Alert that make me at once giggle and despair for humanity. You see, people put a lot of things up there. Things that don’t belong in the vagina. After the jump, a couple of questionable decisions people across America made this week:
A loaded gun.
“Police in Ada, Oklahoma, this week arrested 28-year-old Christine Dawn Harris after a search of her car yielded meth, drug paraphernalia, a pistol, and some ammo. But it wasn’t until they reached the local jail that officers learned that Harris still had a few tricks up her vagina. … She ultimately agreed to submit to a body cavity search at which point Officer Kathy Unbewust says she “observed at the time a wooden and metal item sticking out from her vagina area.” That object turned out to be a Freedom Arms .22-caliber handgun loaded with three live rounds and one spent shell.” [Gawker]
Cocaine and pot.
“During the patdown, a female officer noticed a purple sock in [Jayme Nicole] Poma’s panties. When the sock was removed, the deputy spotted a plastic baggy hanging out of Poma’s cooch. Poma was ordered to hand over the baggy, where police found a small amount of marijuana. At this, the deputy ordered Poma was ordered to squat and cough, which was a good idea, because as it turned out, another bag fell out of her twat. This one had cocaine in it”. [Broward-Palm Beach New Times]
Boyfriend’s entire arm.
Well. Maybe that last one isn’t true.
What did you put up in your vagina this week? No weaponry, I hope. Let us know in the comments.
Original by Jessica Wakeman