Dingo the Dissident

THE BLOG OF DISQUIET : Qweir Notions, an uncommonplace-book from the Armpit of Diogenes, binge-thinker jottings since 2008 .

Wednesday 10 January 2024

No surprise (to me).

Growing numbers of people in England and Wales
are being found so long after they have died
that their body has decomposed,
in a shocking trend linked to austerity and social isolation,
according to Dr Lucinda Hiam of the University of Oxford,
and four co-authors of a study
published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.

I too may join the happy throng.

Although the internet has millions of 'pornographic' photos
of 'private parts' (some of them gruesome),
and just about every film now made
has a gratuitous 'sex-scene', it is very difficult to find
a picture of a decomposing body in a 'home environment'.
This was all I could dig up.

Prudishness is not what it used to be.

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