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PostSubject: Spoon in lungs?   Sat Sep 19, 2009 8:11 am

This is just weird. How the heck can you inhale a spoon and not know it? To get in the lungs, he had to have inhaled.

(CNN) -- "I know I didn't chow down on a spoon!" declared
John Manley, who recently discovered that an eating utensil was the
source of his two years of ill health, coughing, vomiting and pain.The Wilmington, North Carolina, resident had surgery last week to
remove part of a plastic spoon from his lung. And it wasn't just any
old plastic spoon; it came from the fast-food chain Wendy's, with the
restaurant logo clearly visible on the handle. "It must have been in the food or drink," Manley told CNN affiliate WECT.His doctor found the spoon after looking into his lungs with an
endoscope, a medical instrument with a long, thin tube containing a
light and a video camera. "He explained that there was an object down there, and it had writing on it," Manley said. "It spelled out 'Wendy's' on one side and 'hamburgers' on the other, and I was a little floored." So were his relatives, who, when they were telephoned with the news, were eating ... Wendy's.

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PostSubject: Re: Spoon in lungs?   Sat Sep 19, 2009 4:09 pm

What the? I'm with you, Lightfoot. How could you not know that you inhaled a spoon?

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