That will wake most people up!Oh, and if you're coming out of anesthesia and they hit you with 200 joules, DAMN
We had one young medic in a small, not normally busy ER that was always fucking up. At every shift change we would test the defib machine, there was a test device to put the paddles on. Somehow dumbfuck managed to get one of his thumbs in the way of the jolt, which is almost impossible to do. He danced around and yelped a bit.
Afterward there was some speculation that he did it on purpose just to see what it felt like, he was that kind of guy.
On slow nights, sometimes we would practice sticking each other to stay proficient at starting IVs. The deal was you did one and them, then they did one on you to keep it fair. This guy would say, "Hey, does anybody want to practice sticking me, I won't do one to you, just go ahead and stick me. He was from Barstow, CA. That probably explained a lot