On second thought, don&#39;t pass the salt.<p>People put a lot of weird things into their rectums, often in the pursuit of sexual pleasure.</p><p>But I supposed some people just want to add a little spice to their life -- and the best way to bring flavor to any dish is a dash of salt.</p><p>Some people use the whole shaker... as what happened here, apparently.</p><p>More than 100 X-rays of saltshakers and other weird objects found in rectums make up the pages of the new book &#34;Stuck Up!&#34; by psychiatrists Marty A. Sindhian and Rich E. Dreben along with emergency room doctor Murdoc Knight.</p><p>See more of them by clicking &#34;next.&#34;</p><p>When Buzz Lightyear said &#34;too infinity and beyond!&#34; I&#39;m pretty sure he didn&#39;t mean this.</p><p>Maybe we should just call him Butt Lightyear from now on -- because this toy surely went where no toy would ever want to go: right up someone&#39;s butt.</p><p>On the other hand, he was practically shaped for this mission... except for the wings.</p><p>That part must&#39;ve hurt.</p><p>&#34;In these cases with toys, the patients were often seeking sexual pleasure or gratification,&#34; one of the authors of &#34;Stuck Up,&#34; Rich E. Dreben, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/16/book-objects-stuck-in-bodies_n_1095111.html" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="externalLink" data-ordinal="1">told the Huffington Post</a>.</p><p>&#34;Some patients have been known not only to stimulate themselves manually with toys, but they have also repeatedly swallowed parts of toys because, per their report, passing the toy parts through their gastrointestinal tract and ultimately the anus &#39;felt good.&#39;&#34;</p><p>Of course, not everyone admits that.</p><p>Click next to see another toy -- and to hear some pretty good excuses.</p><p>What do you say when you&#39;re caught with something like this Barbie doll is stuck up your butt and you need the assistance of the emergency room?</p><p>Probably anything but the truth. &#34;Sometimes patients tell us that they were doing some type of household chore in the nude when they &#39;fell&#39; or &#39;tripped&#39; or &#39;jumped into bed&#39; and &#39;landed on the object,&#39;&#34; Rich E. Dreben, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/16/book-objects-stuck-in-bodies_n_1095111.html" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="externalLink" data-ordinal="1">told the Huffington Post</a>.</p><p>&#34;Other times, patients are forthcoming in explaining that their predicaments resulted from sexual activity.&#34;</p><p>But some people are starting to tell the truth.</p><p>&#34;Younger people will say that it happened because of a dare,&#34; Marty A. Sindhian said. &#34;But more people are willing to admit that the situation occurred because they were seeking sexual pleasure.&#34;</p><p>Here&#39;s a surprising image. I mean seriously, where do you see cassette tapes anymore?</p><p>Clearly, they all didn&#39;t just disappear -- they disappeared up people&#39;s butts at the dawn of the digital age.</p><p>But you don&#39;t have to be low-tech to get something caught in your rectum.</p><p>Click &#34;next&#34; to see an iPod caught up the you-know-what.</p>There&#39;s a party in someone&#39;s butt -- because that&#39;s where the iPod is.<p>That might even be an iPhone.</p><p>Who would do that to an iDevice? And now... I don&#39;t want to borrow your phone now.</p>Ouch! I don&#39;t even want to know how a pair of scissors got caught up someone&#39;s butt.Not everything that ends up caught in the butt got there through the back door -- some objects are swallowed, like this wedding ring.<p>Would you really want to wear it again after this? Or are you just trying to say your marriage is ... fill in the blank.</p>So THAT&#39;S where I left my glasses!An electrical cord? Really?People swallow coins all the time. This is what they look like from the inside.