Giving birth to a child is one of the most painful experiences any human being can survive, so understandably, women are bound to lose their verbal inhibitions while in the middle of labor.
A combination of immense physical pain, delirium from sleep-deprivation, and very strong pain drugs can result in some intense shout-outs from new mothers. And truly, who among us wouldn't scream colorful non-sequiturs if we were pushing a full human being out of our body?!
When my brother was born, they had to use forceps to get him out. My mom saw them and screamed "THOSE ARE SALAD TONGS! YOU ARE NOT PUTTING ANY GODD*MN KITCHENWARE IN THERE!"
My mothers labour was extremely short, I was born within an hour. So that means that she went from experiencing minimal pain, to extreme pain with little time to adjust.
When my dad was driving her to the hospital, he unfortunately had to stop for gas. He went into pay, and just then an elderly man in a wheelchair stopped him, asking him to buy cigarettes for him as the store was not wheelchair accessible.