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that dude’s hand makes me wanna puke!

It’s much better than being thumbless.

Some amazing surgery. Also hit foot looks so confusing.

Best rick roll yet!

His toe-thumb looks like E.T.'s…all long and bulbous at the tip.

[quote]crimson_lily wrote:
His toe-thumb looks like E.T.'s…all long and bulbous at the tip. [/quote]

The words “long and bulbous” also make me wanna puke

[quote]crimson_lily wrote:
…all long and bulbous at the tip. [/quote]

That’s what she said.

I would’ve dragged that eel to the surface and gut it to get my thumb back. Why ruin a foot along with a hand. I’d rather be thumbless.

[quote]ucallthatbass wrote:
I would’ve dragged that eel to the surface and gut it to get my thumb back. Why ruin a foot along with a hand. I’d rather be thumbless.[/quote]

I think you’ve underestimated the power of having an opposable thumb.

But what if you lost your penis?

http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?click_id=117&art_id=qw982256701913B262

[i]Tbilisi - Surgeons in the Caucasus republic of Georgia have made medical history by replacing the amputated penis of a cancer patient with what they call a “fully-functioning” substitute organ made from skin grafts and a finger.

In the 17-hour operation, doctors at the Tbilisi Institute of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Plastic Surgery removed the man’s left middle finger and used skin taken from his other arm to shape and bind it in place, clinic director Dr Ivan Kuzanov said on Thursday.

The finger was first “turned inside out” to create a channel which allows conventional urination, and the bone was left “to provide rigidity when needed”, he said.

Twelve days after the operation in December, the man aged “50 to 60” was able to pass water and has since resumed a full sex life.

“He is not married but has two girlfriends who are very satisfied with the results,” Kuzanov said.

The clinic has twice before used a finger for the same purpose but this was the first “fully-functioning” organ built.

In future the operation will cost Georgians about $5 000 dollars - “a huge sum for them” - but foreign patients will likely pay far more. - Sapa-DPA[/i]

Fingers used as a penis may also make me want to puke

[quote]Alpha wrote:
Fingers used as a penis may also make me want to puke[/quote]

You puking makes me want to puke

thats all i’ve ever wanted…if this continues people will soon confuse us for the Olsen twins

Watching his new thumb with the music made me laugh.

But yea… kinda disturbing video.

[quote]crimson_lily wrote:
ucallthatbass wrote:
I would’ve dragged that eel to the surface and gut it to get my thumb back. Why ruin a foot along with a hand. I’d rather be thumbless.

I think you’ve underestimated the power of having an opposable thumb.

But what if you lost your penis?

http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?click_id=117&art_id=qw982256701913B262
[/quote]

All i wanted was a picture…

all i could think of when watching this video was…

GOTCHA BITCH!

Detachable Penis… who remembers that song?