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The NSFW Things That Workers Found On Their Client’s Bodies Are Day Ruining

The NSFW Things That Worker's Found On Their Client's Bodies Are Day Ruining

Reddit is chock full of disgusting, revolting, and puke-worthy things that will make you thankful for your job. But things recently got next-level when a prompt asked, “Redditors who work with people’s bodies (hairdressers, beauticians, massage therapists), what is the most disgusting/weirdest thing you’ve have ever seen on a customer’s body?”

Proceed with caution:

Personal Trainer here – Finding out that you’re training a person who has a butt plug in while they’re doing front squats is well….interesting.

Edit: Well since you guys wanna know – She was wearing some pretty tight spandex, doing front squats and I was just behind her spotting her, making sure her form was good. Now she was already in shape, just wanted some help with some lifts, analyzing her form, making sure all is well. Yeah, there is no way the outline in her pants was anything else. Her BF was coming home that night from assignment overseas…. so do the maths.

I did haircuts for the homeless which was both, rewarding and disgusting. Spent an hour detangling a woman’s matted hair and several live small cockroaches came out. Also the feeling of accidentally ripping off a scab with your comb is a feeling that will make you cringe thinking about it quite a time afterwards.

X ray tech here.
The smell of a rotting diabetic foot is literally the worst smell I’ve ever experienced.

Massage therapist/Esthetician here. The grossest thing I’ve personally dealt with isn’t necessarily a “thing”. It’s super heavy smokers. Once the massage lotion gets worked in, the smell just seeps out of their entire body and fills the small, closed room I’m trapped in for an hour. I just gotta power through it and hope my room airs out before my next client. If you do smoke, please wash your hands before the service because they always smell the strongest. Maybe try to hold off on smoking for like an hour before your massage. When it’s faint I have no problem with it, but sometimes it’s like I’ve been teleported into an ash tray. And this is coming from someone who smokes half a pack every day after work.

Hairstylist here. I see a lot of questionable things in regards to hygiene, maintenence, and standard upkeep. The first few times I heard that you just got out of the gym and you’re sweaty, I thought it was gross and kind of rude but hey, it’s just sweat. Let’s wash that mop. On that note, a lot of people have dandruff and most of you have pimples on your neck (sorry if you didn’t know), and I’ve seen more than enough greasy hair to last me a lifetime. I’m not exactly squeamish. But there was one client who made me want to drop my shears and never look back when I parted their hair and there was mother fucking MOLD growing on their scalp. This person never washed their hair and kept it in a ponytail all the time. Nopety nope nope. There were not enough showers in the world after seeing that.

Nurse here. Had a 700lbs woman come in with a broken femur. She had wet the bed, and when we went to clean her up, she had this… this stuff encrusted all over her crotch, thighs, and folds. It looked like if you were to cut up wet cardboard into confetti-sized pieces, in addition to the typical beige fungus that grows in the folds of very large people who cannot clean themselves, nor have someone taking care of them. She smelled like a mix of sweat, rotting fish, and cat piss. It actually stung my eyes. Myself and the tech had to step away from the job for a few minutes to gather ourselves.

I used to work in a clinic that did IV treatments all day, so I’ve seen some grossness. A big problem with a lot of patients was just not bathing, usually because they were too sick/weak, so you couldn’t really blame them. But the body odor combined with the odor of chronic illness was hard to stomach. A sickly sweet smell and a sort of greasy/waxy quality to their skin.

We also had a woman who treated her illness at home by drinking colloidal silver. Her skin was blue, head to toe.

We had one patient who would wet himself every single time he came in. He was old and had dementia and couldn’t help it. We weren’t grossed out – just felt very bad for him. His wife would always drop him off and leave and refused to stay with him to help him.

Massage Therapist here. So many things.

Two months ago one of my clients had a small. tail. It was a couples massage and it was pretty hard to stay mature about it and not want to get in for a closer peek.

A couple of months ago I massaged a man with a cyst on his back and it ruptured all over my forearm as I steam rolled through his back. The smell was somewhere around death and rotten cheese.

I have a semi regular client who has so much hair on his body and wants such deep pressure that no matter how much oil or lotion I use it always gives me rug burn and I have even found his hair in my mouth and on my face.

Bodies are weird.

There are, give or take, a million more absolutely revolting stories from stylists, nurses, and every other occupation that works closely with the human form. If you feel like torturing yourself and/or skipping your lunch for fear of gagging, have at it on Reddit.

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