Gut Rumbles

August 12, 2005

Sad? I don't know...

I once worked with a guy whose wife had a job in a nursing home on Tybee Island. this post made me remember some of the stories she told. One of her most difficult jobs was breaking up the fucking that went on among those demented oldsters.

90 year-old men and 80 year-old wimmen getting it on in a broom closet. Some guy in a wheelchair who couldn't recognize his own children anymore but damn sure liked having a woman sit on his lap, and he could find one willing to do it in the nursing home. With NO panties on.

Remember the movie Coccoon? I don't think those old farts needed to be rejuvenated they way they were. Seems to me that nature takes your mind sooner than she takes away your urge to get laid.

I hope I die in the middle of a good fuck.


It's just too bad she won't know your dead for hours.

Posted by: gravdigr on August 12, 2005 03:32 PM

I used to date a girl who worked in an old folks home. She said the worst parts of the job were inserting suppositories and clearing impacted bowels.

I scrubbed her hands with alcohol and pumice soap before we "got busy".

Posted by: rightisright on August 12, 2005 03:56 PM

Old people need loving too

Posted by: livey on August 12, 2005 04:03 PM

Sweetthing always tell me that I will live to be 99 years old and get shot by a jealous husband. I just always wanted to go with my boots on so I hope he gives me a minute or two before he pulls the trigger.

Posted by: GUYK on August 12, 2005 04:29 PM

.. the libido is a hard animal to kill off... people will always have "the will"... even if "the way" is long gone...

Posted by: Eric on August 12, 2005 05:08 PM

Just why did she feel the need to "break up the fucking"? It's not like anyone's going to get pregnant, and STDs would be just one more thing to take pills for. HIV? None of them are going to live long enough for AIDS to develop.

So what's the problem?

Posted by: John Stephens on August 12, 2005 06:17 PM

I think what she was saying was that she felt like she should clean them up good before they went at it.
I've worked in a nursing home and let's just say that toilet hygiene suffers a great deal with most of the people that must be institutionalized. Even when assisted, some of the assistants don't do a great job of cleanup. You DON'T want to know the details. She's worried about UTI's, cystitis and bladder infection, which can be quite problematic for older folks. And some of those bacteria are resistent to antibiotics now. Those infections might literally kill someone with a weak immune response.

Posted by: Suz on August 12, 2005 10:22 PM

My sister-in-law worked at a nursing home and she told me some wild tales.
The craziest was this old guy who would climb up on comatose women and stick it in their mouths. She said she walked in on him a bunch of times and he would try to get her to...
Well, that's another story.

Posted by: Veeshir on August 17, 2005 10:54 AM
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