Fish being traditional fare on Good Friday, this Piscatorial FFFF includes a tray full of pus, a Shakespearean antihero, and YouTube footage of a large salmon being feathered.
Fantastique! Jo Deverill serves up a FFFF to remember… One with a very chic French theme. C’est magnifique, I’m sure you’ll agree. Alors, le French Friday Five
This week’s FFFF features a game of ‘who said what?’ – have you got the necessary funtabulosity to attribute each quotation to the correct medical or literary luminary… or in one case ‘non-luminary’…
Think you know your Tox Tunes? Find out in this FFFF tribute to the Tox Tunes featured in Leon Gussow’s Poison Review.
This week we have the answer to some of the universe’s eternal mysteries… Like the characteristics of the ideal human breast, whether dolphins whistle, what is the deepest and most challenging free dive, whether you can get drunk by submersing your feet in alcohol and what exactly is the go regarding “penis captivus”…
More mischievous medical morsels are being served up in this week’s FFFF. We have a flu-like illness after gardening, meningococcal disease on a plane, the inventor of the term ‘epilepsy’, something called pituri and a worrying case of facial swelling and respiratory distress following a kiss.
This FFFF is a selection of passages from Ancient Classical Literature, which make reference to Emergency Medicine. The true definition of what Ancient Literature is has been hotly debated by those standing nearest to the dip at parties, but on the whole seems to be agreed upon to be any literature written prior to the […]
We throw into this week’s soup a sprinkling of viagra, a pinch of saturnine gout, and a dumpling of newborn babies. On top is a thick layer of Dr Thomas Neill Cream, and the whole thing is heated and stirred until a Mazzotti Reaction occurs.
This week’s dose of funtabulous frivolity combines a drop of seminal fluid, pacemakers and mobile phones, a town in Australia, coprolalia and a bleeding varicose vein.
What do you get when you combine salted pork, a full moon, William the Conqueror, Stendhal and a swollen labia majora? The 74th edition of the FFFF of course!