Ron Jeremy: Putting The IV In HIV

Ron Jeremy Heeart AneurysmPr0n star and human stain Ron Jeremy has been admitted to the hospital with a heart aneurysm.

A heart aneurysm? Really?? Here I always thought the Hedgehog would meet his end by accidentally flushing his member down the toilet.

Oh well, live and learn.

Legendary porn star and pop-culture hero Ron Jeremy is fighting for his life at a Los Angeles hospital following his second surgery after he almost died when an aneurysm burst near to his heart.

The 59-year-old, who has been voted the industry’s number one performer of all time drove himself to Cedars-Sinai hospital yesterday afternoon experiencing severe chest pain.

Doctors examined the porn actor, discovered the seriousness of his condition and transferred him to the ICU – where he was prepped for surgery.

I assume that’s a typo and they meant Jeremy was prepped for a threesome.

11 thoughts on “Ron Jeremy: Putting The IV In HIV

  1. Jim Scrummy

    I am not familiar with Mr. Jeremy’s work? Is he some kind of award winning “actor”? Academy Awards? Has he done Hamlet on Broadway? I must familiarized myself with Mr. Jeremy’s work. Do you have any award winning recommendations Mr. Earp?

    1. John D

      I think he was in a movie called ROUGH RIDERS. I haven’t seen it, but I assume it was about Teddy Roosevelt’s service in the Spanish-American War. I suppose Ron would have played Teddy. You know, speak softly and carry a big stick.

  2. Dr. Evil

    Now what a minute…you get to have a threesome for heart problems? I’ll be at mcDonalds…then BK, KFC, Arby’s, and a Choclate Frost at Wendy’s. (The Chocolate Frrosty is comment is NOT a porn joke)

  3. Veeshir

    Don’t be dissin’ Ron.

    He was OK in Boondocl Saints but absolutely
    killed in One Eyed Monster.
    Seriously, that’s a great movie. It’s a horror movie about a bunch of hard corps pr0n people. Absolutely hilarious.
    Spoiler alert….
    Ron’s last words are Felix the Cat funny.

    1. Jim Scrummy

      Actually I salute Mr. Jeremy because he pursued a career that he loved to do, and by industry standards (winning awards), was quite good at it. Loving your work and getting paid for it, is a win-win in my book.;)

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