Trim the hairs! Farking freak.
I really didn’t need to see that
fkn serious dude?
@BLOODSTAINED_DEVILS, you should see a doctor about that.
Thought you would’ve posted a sausage on bread VIC style.
I was going to put a warning in the title, … but then figured the title was warning enough in itself. Freaky shitt eh?
I’d never seen or heard of such a thing until yesterday.
I thought this thread would be about coincidences.
I was wrong.
Superb thread 10/10 would read again
“Limbal dermoids are choristomas and are benign in nature. They may contain abberant tissues such as hair, teeth, bone, or muscle.”
Guessing that above image is on the less gnarly end of the spectrum!
I thought diggers started the weird threads.
FFS BSD. Next he’ll be posting a pic of his hemmerhoids.
Lol. It’s not me/mine thank fk.
Just something I found out is a thing. A Freaky weird Creepy thing.
OK, here you go: maximum freaky weird and creepy.
NB To protect sensitive souls’ sensibilities, the photo is spoiler blurred. Didn’t know that was possible. You are welcome.
Yes, I was just stirring you!
A mate once took on Bluff (famous Maori crowd behavior modification specialist) at Club Atlantis in the late 1980’s. When he and a few of his colleagues cornered him, two restrained his arms whilst two others held his legs open in a split position. Bluff, knowing a bit about kicking given his Rugby background, pretended that mate’s sac was a Gilbert pill. It didn’t swell to anywhere near like that example in the picture, more like the size of a grapefruit but it was large enough to prevent him from walking without difficulty for several days.
oh baby! tell me more
@Diggers I wanna hear more late 80’s Club Atlantis stories!
Oversized Fido Dido or white tshirt tucked into black denim exposing the Harley Davidson belt buckle, mid length hair into a pony tail and the oversized silver earring strictly in the left ear. That’s the impression I get of Club Atlantis circa 1989.
It wasn’t nice, but mate was being a smart-■■■■ and Bluff didn’t like 19 year olds embarrassing him. I don’t know why he/they chose to kick mate in the sac but it was very effective at changing mate’s attitude toward experienced crown control specialists.