Stop tedious injury questions with the pictorial sling

6 May 2009

Listen, you stupid clumsy arse, next time you fall down and break your frigging arm, here’s a way you can avoid being asked the same sodding question hundreds of cocking times by every bleeding numpty you come across. Namely, ‘How did you do that then?’

Instead, strap on one of these slings – it’ll simply explain how you got into the state that you’re in, and all in a universally-identifiable pictorial language. Sadly, there doesn’t seem to be one for ‘got drunk and fell into a ditch’ or ‘trying to defend self from frying pan attack from irate wife.’

[Bem Legaus via BuzzFeed]

4 comments

  • Mike H.
    That particular depicts someone banging their head, it could also be misinterpretted as someone pissed up being struck by lightning, very misleading I think.
  • DW
    I'm sure it was meant to be funny, but I can't help but notice that if you'd made a joke about male on female domestic violence people would think it tasteless. But apparently joking about female on male domestic abuse is acceptable. The 8% of men killed by a partner or ex-partner probably think it hilarious, as do the 75-90% of men who experience domestic abuse but don't report it because of the social stigma attached to it (only about 10-25% of on male abuse is reported.) Certainly joking about something which causes 25% of the violent injuries in the UK should be encouraged, anyone will agree.
  • Mike H.
    DW there's people you can talk to if your Mrs is beating you up. Just slap her and tell her to get back in the kitchen... please
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