Thursday, October 12, 2023

Jesuit Nancy Wears Mask at Synod

Edit: you know your Synod is a joke when some Jesuit fruit shows up with a mask on. 



Anonymous said...

Covers up the Herpes lesions around his mouth.

Anonymous said...

When that duck stands up check the seat for an egg.

Wally McNamara said...

"Covers up the Herpes lesions around his mouth."

Thanks for telling us about your own personal experience of this condition, Nemo11:18 AM.

Anonymous said...

Gaybrielle seethes in HIV lesions.

WM said...

Bonker T wore a mask, took the shots and was all the better for it.
Tucker the Lard was rescued from near death from COVID, took all the shots and boosters, wore the mask and has flourished ever since.
Well done, chaps.

Suresh Dass said...

Gary Paul Hermit is a necrophiliac. There are enormous tomes written about characters like Gary Paul H.

Anonymous said...

Gaybrielle is a running joke at the local hospital for his repeat gerbil 🐹 extractions.

Anonymous said...

Just keep taking your boosters.

Anonymous said...

Does Gaybrielle get extra credit for taking Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax?

Stavros Pangelis said...

On the quiet and in order to continue the charade almost all of the EF camp followers have had the full spread of Pfizer, Moderna and Novavax vaccines. Eh boys?

Anonymous said...

Rectal prolapse happens when part of the large intestine's lowest section, the rectum, slips outside the muscular opening at the end of the digestive tract known as the anus. While rectal prolapse may cause pain, it's rarely a medical emergency.

Rectal prolapse is sometimes treated with stool softeners, suppositories and other medicines. But surgery is usually needed to treat rectal prolapse.


If you have rectal prolapse, you may notice a reddish lump that comes out of the anus, often while straining during a bowel movement. The lump may slip back inside the anus, or it may continue to be seen.

Other symptoms may include:

You cannot control your bowel movements, known as fecal incontinence.
Constipation or loose stools.
Leaking blood or mucus from the rectum.
Feeling that your rectum isn't empty after a bowel movement.

The cause of rectal prolapse is unclear. Though it's a common belief that rectal prolapse is related to childbirth, about one-third of women with this health problem never had children.

Risk factors

Some things may increase your risk of getting rectal prolapse, including:

Sex. Most people with rectal prolapse are women.
Age. Rectal prolapse most often happens in people over age 50.
Constipation. Straining may increase the risk of rectal prolapse.

Anonymous said...

Additional risk factors: Being Gaybrielle

Anonymous said...

Take this down