Wounded British Solider Asks Medic for More Than Morphine

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March 26, 2013 4:29 PM by Wade Blogs

British Medic SoliderGawker – A heroic British Army medic who received a medal for her bravery last week recalled the harrowing experience that led to her Mention in Despatches — and the desperate plea for a peek at her boobs that came with it.

While stationed in Afghanistan, Private Emily Tomkins of 4 Medical Regiment was called to treat a fellow soldier who had had both of his legs torn off by an explosive device.

A single shot of morphine did little to numb the man’s pain, but Tomkins told the unidentified “squaddie” she would not be able to administer an additional shot without risking adverse effects.

“Well do something useful and show me your boobs,” she recalled the soldier saying.

Brushing off his request, Tomkins proceeded to carry the injured wounded soldier to safety and is credited with saving his life.

“I was just doing my job,” she said.

So you’re on the brink of death and you still are holding on to your life as well as your sense to be a man. Wow, ask a girl to see her boobs as she is trying to save your life is such a BOSS move. The guy was honest and the nurse brushed it off. What would have been even better is if he grabbed the tit and she administered some cruel punishment as she was saving his life.

This gets me thinking of none other than  Michael ‘Squints’ Palledorous from the American Classic The Sandlot.

I would love to see this wounded warrior and heroic medic get hitched. I’d throw money down to help offset for that wedding.

But just think, on your death bed what would you ask? Forgiveness? Love?  I’d 10000% ask to see some tits if it was a non-family member next to me. True healing power.

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