I was telling my friend and her DH about this thread and some of the things I've been through in my own labors, and they told me this story... it happened with her DH and his first wife, when the woman was having their child...
Apparently, the labor was quick and the birth was fairly easy. The baby was delivered, and the doc did a "routine" episiotomy. So the babe's on the warmer, Mom's lying exhausted on the bed, and the Dr. was stitching the episiotomy... the dad (now my BF's DH, thankfully more sensitive and tactful than he was back then) walks over and looks at what the doc was doing to his wife.
Out of the blue, he says, "Hey doc, while you're at it, you think you could throw an extra stitch in there? You know, just tighten things up a little?"
(He admits that at the time, he thought it was funny, but looking back, he realizes he is probably quite lucky to have walked out of that room alive. The doctor, a woman, was apparently NOT amused, judging by the look of smouldering, venomous hatred she gave him.)