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a rec list for the genprompt bingo prompt "closets, caves and other tight spaces"

Cave-In
fandom: Star Trek: TOS
rating: G
characters: not specified, I felt they were Spock and McCoy, others have stated Spock and Kirk
author: Jane Peyton
summary: dialogue between two characters trapped in a cave-in
published in Star Trek: The New Voyages 2 1978


The Closet
fandom: The Big Valley
rating: NC/17 for explicit sexual content
genre: slash
characters: Jarrod Barkley/Dave Barrett
author: cowgirl65
summary: Dave gives Jarrod a proper send-off.

Trapped
fandom: The Big Valley
characters: Nick Barkley, Jarrod Barkley
genre: gen
author: LoriLee
summary: a short story based on an incident mentioned in the episode "Night of the Wolf"

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This is a transformative work. I don't own How To Train Your Dragon or the song 'Never Surrender'

love it!

Jan. 7th, 2014 09:04 am
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have to say, loving genprompt bingo!  

genprompt-bingo.dreamwidth.org/
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Canon Themes Vehicles Minorities / Characters of Colour / Women in Canon Smoke and Fog Hypothermia
Pain Sepia Plants Hate Another year older: Birthdays
Freestyle crossover Sports Wild Card Gore Co-workers
Steampunk AU It is the way of my people: Traditions Vengeance Dystopias Phobias
Terrible Choices Kidfic Coming of Age Dreams and Nightmares Pack
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The Surrey With A Fringe On Top - from 'Oklahoma' sung by Hugh Jackman

Save A Horse, Ride a Cowboy (dance mix) - Big & Rich

Bicycle Race - Queen

Downtown Train - Rod Stewart

Dragula - Rob Zombie

Convoy - C.W. McCall

Drive - The Cars

I'm In Love with My Car - Queen

Little Red Corvette - Prince

Leaving On A Jet Plane - Liz Phair

Space Truckin' - Deep Purple

Space Oddity - Chris Hadfield


found at
http://8tracks.com/8tracks-com-cowgirl65/buggies-and-bikes-and-rockets-oh-my

Crying

Nov. 3rd, 2013 05:29 pm
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 a songmix for the kink 'tears'

CRYING - Roy Orbison

lyrics )

 
CRYIN' - Aerosmilth

lyrics )

TEARS ARE NOT ENOUGH - Northern Lights

lyrics )

 NO MORE TEARS - Ozzy Osborne
 

lyrics )
 

 TEARS ARE FALLING -  KISS

lyrics )

TEARS - Rush

lyrics )

 
IT'S MY PARTY - Lesley Gore

 

lyrics )  


 CRYING IN THE CHAPEL - Elvis 

lyrics )

 
 WHEN DOVES CRY - Prince

lyrics )
 

AS TEARS GO BY – The Rolling Stones
lyrics )

CRYING IN THE RAIN  – Whitesnake

lyrics )

 WHO'S CRYING NOW - Journey

lyrics )

 

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this is a transformative work. no money was or will be made.
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a songmix featuring bodies and body parts


Legs – ZZ Top

 She's got legs, she knows how to use them.

 

u and ur hand – Pink

 It's just you and your hand tonight

 

Fat Bottomed Girls – Queen

 Fat bottomed girls you make the rocking world go round

 

Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-a-Lot

 I like big butts and I can not lie

 

Eyes of a Stranger - Payola$

 In your lips I sense a danger

You've got the eyes of a stranger

 

Hungry Eyes - Eric Carmen

 One look at you and I can't disguise

I've got hungry eyes

 

Whatcha Do To My Body - Lee Aaron

 Whatcha do to my body body

You' got me shakin', you make me weak

 

California Gurls  - Katy Perry

 California girls we're unforgettable

Daisy Dukes, bikinis on top

Sun-kissed skin so hot we'll melt your popsicle


Tush –ZZ Top

 I said, Lord, take me downtown,

I'm just lookin' for some tush.

 

Great Legs -  Chixdiggit

Great jeans, great legs, great body

But she had a bad attitude

 

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It was more likely a household had an enema kit in the medical cabinet than not in the nineteenth century.  They were used to treat any number of things, from constipation to acne to reviving a drowning victim.

One of the most common enemas used at the turn of the century was the tobacco smoke enema.  This procedure was promoted by The Institution for Affording Immediate Relief to Persons Apparently Dead From Drowning in London (later the Royal Humane society).  Kits were readily available (pic) and the smoke blown up the rectum was thought to warm the victim and stimulate breathing.  Artificial respiration was only used if the enema failed.  Eventually it was shown to be toxic to the heart, but not before tobacco wmoke enemas were used to treat headaches, respiratory failure, colds, hernias, abdominal cramps, typhoid fever and cholera. 1

Another medical use for enemas during the nineteenth century was the treatment of acne.  It was believed that food rotted in the colon and released toxins that became visible through acne.  Therefore irrigating the colon removed the rotten food and cleared the skin.2
The following is a list from an article by Doyle “Per rectum: a history of enemata” published in the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 01/2006; 35(4):367-70

 
Commonly used North American enemas of the late nineteenth century.

• Aloes enema for round worms. (Aloes, potassium carbonate and starch.)

• Compound aloes enema, also for round worms, constipation and amenorrhoea.

• Cathartic enema for refractory constipation and diarrhoea! (Castor oil, molasses and olive oil.)

• Compound lobelia enema for muscle spasm and tetanus. (magnesium sulphate, starch and olive oil.)

• Opium enema for inflammation of the bladder, uterus or prostate, calculi, nephritis, dysentery and painful conditions of the large bowel. (Tincture of opium, starch and infusion of elm bark.)

• Tobacco enema for strangulated hernia, ileus, faecal accumulations and other bowel obstructions, as well as tetanus. (An infusion of 20 grains of tobacco leaf in eight ounces of boiling water.)

• Turpentine enema for tympanic distension of the intestines when confined to the colon, and also for hysteria and amenorrhoea. (Turpentine and starch.)

• Compound turpentine enema for flatulence, colonic distension especially during peritonitis as well as for round worms, obstinate constipations and amenorrhoea. (Castor oil, turpentine and tincture of opium.)


The 1899 Merck manual lists over 30 conditions that may be treated by enema, including coma, worms, post-partum hemmorhage, jaundice and insomnia as well as the more obvious diahrrea, constipation and hemrhoids. 

One of the more common compounds to be used in enemas was turpentine.  It was recommended to treat catalepsy, coma, hydroencephalus, hysteria, flatulence and amennorhea. Many sedatives and narcotics were also administered via the rectum, such as opium, chloral hydrate, as well as the now-known poisons lead acetate and creosote.  Even digitalis was recommended to be administered by enema in certain cases.

Over the years, enemas have fallen out of favour with the medical community as safer and more effective drugs and procedures have been developed but are still used, especially in naturopathic and kink practices.

 

 

1 “Tobacco smoke enemas” Issue: BCMJ, Vol. 54, No. 10, December 2012, page(s) 496-497 News & Notes by Sterling Haynes, MD

 2http://www.facingacne.com/enema-cure-acne/

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His name is MacGyver. He can fix anything. He could fix a computer with a hairpin and a piece of duct tape. - Pete Thornton

A paperclip can be a wondrous thing. More times than I can remember, one of these has gotten me out of a tight spot. - MacGyver

Recs for MacGyverisms from first season episodes for the pervertible square on my kink bingo card


Pilot epsiode


Mac uses chocolate bars to stop an acid leak. "To you they're milk chocolate. To sulphuric acid, it's lactose and sucrose, C12H22O11, disaccharides. The acid will react with the sugar to form an elemental carbon and a thick gummy residue."
He also uses a paper clip to disarm a missile.

Barbara: "Don't tell me you know how to make a bomb out of a stick of chewing gum"

Mac: "Why, have you got some?"


Golden Triangle

MacGyver creates an irritating smoke screen with a bamboo pipe, ash, alcohol and a car’s exhaust.



Thief of Budapest

MacGyver uses salt combined with sugar and weed killer to create dynamite with a battery acid trigger.


Trumbo's World

MacGyver makes an arc welder out of a generator, some jumper cables, and two coins. He also uses fertilizer, plant bark and a drip or two of acid to make nitromannite to make a bomb.



Hellfire

MacGyver uses the spring from a ballpoint pen as a replacement for a throttle linkage spring in a truck's engine.

He fixes a blown fuse by joining the two contacts with a foil gum wrapper.



The Gauntlet


Duct tape seals a bullet hole in hot air balloon and makes a periscope using bus mirrors.




The Prodigal

Mac used cleaning fluid, mothballs, a telescope, pulley, rope and metal rod to make a harpoon launcher.




Target MacGyver

MacGyver pinecones and pine pitch as grenades.




Nightmare

Mac uses a gum wrapper as fishing lure




Deathlock

Mac creates a motor out of a battery pack, some rubber bands and an electric whisk.




The enemy within

Mac uses two metal candleholders, a floor mat, and a power cord to make a defibrillator.




Ugly Duckling

MacGyver uses a cactus as a makeshift battery to power a radio.




Slow Death

MacGyver makes a lie detector out of a sphygmomanometer, a wire and an alarm clock.




Prisoner of Conscience

“…caulking compound mixed with the proper hardening agent makes a unique version of Russian Crazy Glue." - MacGyver



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This is a transformative work.  I don't own The Muppet Show and make no money from this. 


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TEN RECS


Faust (book) by Goethe http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/14591

The Devil Went Down To Georgia (song) by The Charlie Daniels Band http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnepPZChA5U

The Devil and Daniel Webster (movie 1941) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFbOaVPSpwQ

The Devil’s Bridge, Rheidol, Wales (legend)

poem by Sabine Baring-Gould )

The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus (book)  by  Christopher Marlowe http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/779

Mefistofele (opera) by Arrigo Boito  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AyGJyXfgFw 
 
The Devil and Daniel Mouse (animated movie 1981) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHZTC1ljA84

The Muppet Show s03ep07  with Alice Cooper (television)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HBOPRNM-dQ

The Simpsons episode 132  'Bart Sells His Soul' (televsion) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6B5vQpvEFk

Needful Things (book) by  Stephen King
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A vid featuring yoga poses that require exceptional endurance, set to the music of Enya.




 

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1. Chocolat

2. Fried Green Tomatoes

3. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

4. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory  1971 /Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2005

5. Ratatouille

6. Lady and the Tramp - Who could forget the classic spaghetti scene ending with an unexpected kiss?

7. When Harry Met Sally – The way Sally orders in the restaurant.

8. Animal House – Food FIght!

9. Big – I love the party scene when Tom Hanks eats the mini corn and tries the caviar.

10. 9 ½ Weeks – Mickey Rourke feeding a blindfolded Kim Basinger

11. Soylent Green Soylent green is... 

major spoiler! )

 

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