Magic City Kitty - Dr. Feelgood Sucks Real Good

The historical origin of the blow job is unknown (to me), but it’s probably safe to say that knob slobbery has been occurring since the beginning of time. Some receivers will argue that a proper b.j. can be the difference between a good day and bad, while givers say that a sore jaw and mouth full of jizz puts the “j” in job, and that it’s just not worth it. But Hialeah resident Pedro Gonzalez enjoys playing how-many-licks-does-it-take-to-get-to-the-center-of-a-tootsie-pop so much that he does it at the workplace. And no, it’s not a part of his job description - Pedro is no prostitute or White House intern.

Before a patient awoke from anesthesia with his dick in Gonzalez’s mouth, he was an employee of Mount Sinai Medical Center. You read that right, while you were somewhere wining and dining some potential headgiver in an effort to earn just a little lick on your stick, they were giving out free head at the hospital.


I’m wondering if Medicare covered that treatment or paid for that prescription. And with the economy the way it is, I’m really wondering if my doctor is handing out samples of that if you can’t afford the real deal. Or is there a generic version that does the job just as well? I'm just sayin'...

Yeah, the 27-year-old Gonzalez was charged with sexual battery, and rightly so. But I can’t help but wonder if med school (or ITT Technical Institute) teaches you the proper way to, um, put lipstick on the dipstick.

Check out the story here.

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