The Grossest Thing I've Seen in Years


If you are at work DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK.

I’m serious.

I’m not joking.

This is one of the nastiest things I’ve seen in a long long time and my scalp was tight for the rest of the day. I have been applying a purring cat to my scalp for the rest of the day to no avail.

I’m going to tell you one more time to not click on the following link if you are 1) squeamish and/or 2) have eaten recently (especially if you have anything resembling fried chicken). If you aren’t sure, read this description before you click on the link it contains. I’m serious you guys – this is a horrendous skin condition that makes want to slice off any thing resembling a skin tag.

The skin on his wrists and the back of his hands resembles that of a hedgehog – hundreds of spike like growths. The problem is much more severe on his palms and fingers where the growths resemble very much that of nails infected with a fungus

Okay, you read the description. Now if you want to see pictures of this condition and are not at work and have not recently eaten then click on this link.

This is a guy that has Lewandowsky-Lutz dysplasia:

A generalized skin disease characterised by multiple papillomavirus-induced scaly macules anywhere on the skin and papules on the back of the hand.

Almost as bad as growing a nipple on the bottom of your foot.






2 responses to “The Grossest Thing I've Seen in Years”

  1. Susan Avatar

    It took me all day to screw up my courage to click on this link. I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I loved your set up.
    OH MY GOD, that is SOOOOOO gross. My mouth is watering like I’m going to throw up.
    I know I will have a nightmare about this. It might replace my nightmare about ticks crawling all over my head.
    Thank god for that dude that is trying to cut it all off. God bless anyone with that kind of humanity, stomach-of-steel and kindness.

  2. JB Avatar

    Now I can’t stop thinking about Kentucky Fried Chicken…

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