Well my family owns a store and I have the great job of cleaning up the bathrooms, I knocked on the door for the woman's room and opened it and asked if anyone was in there , nothing so i went in and opened the first stall and there it was looking right back at me with that slant eye. I closed the door and screamed sorry and walked out, she left the store without saying a word. No pics at all no one needs to see what I saw.
when i was 8 i was on a family vacation at disney land. on our way to return our hertz car from a location in la near the lax we stopped for gas. i went around the side of the gas station to go take a pee when i noticed something back in the bushes. i moved some brush to take a closer look and saw a young (probably 22 or so) light skinned black guy with his brains blown out. his face looked completely fine but the back of his skull looked dissolved off with chunks of what looked like his brain scattered around a two foot radius behind his body. little grey bits everywhere. i didnt really react, just stood there and looked. no idea how long i was standing there for but my parents came and found me then saw what i was looking at, covered my eyes as fast as possible picked me up and and got the fuck out of there. i dont really know how this effected me psychologically to this day. ive never been bothered by gore in movies, it actually was kind of cool to look at. still have no idea who he was or what happened to him to this day (although i imagine it was gang violence)
Seeing my buddies face who works for park crew that was the first responder to someone that ate shit in the pipe. The guy he found had a pool of blood about the size of him and he was convulsing. He ended up dying in the hospital.
No, I'm an EMT and The bad injurys are the cooler ones. I'm not saying I'm happy there in a lot of pain but when you're in EMT and you respond to someone whose bone sticking out of their leg it's kind of cool. Also I remember I responded to a girl who overdosed on some drug and we thought she was already dead. We got there and I don't know how long she spent in a pool of her own vomit face down, but when we pulled her face up out of the pile her skin was almost melted off of her face.
My friend Afterbanged so hard, he broke both legs, his hip, 4 ribs, caused an avalanche, and killed everyone within a 100mile radius of the 'bang. But it was still not 'too much' bang. nickyp
"i hate you, i hate you, i don't even know you, but i hate your guts. I hope all the bad things in life happen to you, and no one else." fujarome
No for real he is 26. Time for him to stop sliding on hand rails and get a real job. ParryWithAnA
I hear what you are saying. Ive been an EMT for about a year and OEC ski patrol cert for 4 yrs. It is cool to see that stuff. And to all those that think it is psychotic, would you rather have someone responding to your compound femur break that is freaking out or getting "sick"? Or someone who can handle it and treat the injury best? On a side note its not that I want you to get hurt, I just want to be there when it happens. haha
Was it the stomach acid that disolved her flesh? I find EMT/Medical stuff fascinating. Ive watched a weird amount of operation and surgery videos online. Im pretty confident in my ability to remove a brain tumor, or at least releasing pressure in a skull.
i like to ski
"have fun jumping off curbs and masturbating"
how long did it take you to find a picture of an ACTUAL camel toe?
Do you think pros have fun when they are training so they can win comps and put food on the table to support their baby momma? Fuck fun its all about the Cash serious people need to eating and eating is not always fun
"half of ns isn't old enough to care about this shit and the other half is too high to do anything about it"