After providing a few citational details for the Wikipedia entry, he told me: But not once in all these years has anyone ever told me that he, or anyone he knows, or anyone anyone he knows knows, has ever put a gerbil in his ass. Does the animal get shoved up the anus with a toilet paper roll only to suffocate seconds later? Another thing that actually happened: Have you tried stopping, dropping and rolling? As urban legends go, the illicit rodent tale tends to have a few identifying hallmarks that stay consistent even as other details vary: If for no other reason than to get away from the person who knocked its teeth out, the gerbil leglessly scampers up the wet paper towel roll.
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A Complete History Of Gerbiling So Far
The Manhattan publication New York Talk reported several years ago that New York doctors first caught on to stuffing when they started encountering patients with infections previously found only in rodents. A snake would work, but obviously that's not going to happen, because neither you nor I would ever be able to sleep again. The durability of the gerbiling rumor, which has followed Gere for more than two decades, speaks to how the contemporary imagination perceives celebrity. Other public references include a Century City Pet Shop in Los Angeles that placed a sign over an empty gerbil display reading: While people do stick all sorts of unusual items up their rectums, they also do so for reasons other than sexual pleasure. Want some advice what to do with that? It is an urban legend.