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(BBC)   Medical scientists developing mechanical worms to burrow in patients' asses, hoping to create "pleasurable experience"   (news.bbc.co.uk) divider line 101
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2004-12-27 12:28:15 AM
Ultimately our idea is to turn the current ordeal of the colonic endoscopy procedure into something akin to a pleasurable experience

All you need is a large pickle
 
2004-12-27 12:35:19 AM


Good news! It's a suppository!
 
2004-12-27 12:35:20 AM
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrhhhhhh!!

*ahem*

No thanks.
The photo in that article, it is bad.
 
2004-12-27 12:42:40 AM
Funny, so did my uncle, Chet.
 
2004-12-27 12:44:48 AM
This article makes me very unhappy.
 
2004-12-27 12:49:38 AM
That is one very disturbing photo
 
2004-12-27 12:58:03 AM

Available for clinical testing.
 
2004-12-27 01:14:33 AM
Yep.
I could have gone without seeing that picture.
 
2004-12-27 02:45:49 AM
I will never have a colon exam. Never. If I discover that my doctor uses some sort of freaking worm prototype to probe asses, I will never return.

/The goggles to nothing!
 
2004-12-27 02:49:26 AM
I never thought I would hear men mocking any device which will make a colonoscopy less painful.
 
2004-12-27 02:50:04 AM
Yeah, but if it's pleasurable, won't that be some kind of sin?
 
2004-12-27 02:53:00 AM
Can I just say:

Eeeeeeeeeyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeearrrrrghhhh!

/get away from my ass pleez
 
2004-12-27 02:54:21 AM
Funny, I would have thought this concept would have been developed by the Japanese.
 
2004-12-27 02:55:09 AM
"Ultimately our idea is to turn the current ordeal of the colonic endoscopy procedure into something akin to a pleasurable experience!"

lol... it's not often some scientist's quote makes beverage shoot out my nose. Quote o' the month! :-D "Hey doc, can you put that worm thing up my arse again. That was great!"

/shudders
 
2004-12-27 02:59:26 AM
Makes you wonder what they were doing to get this idea. Wonder what kind of fetish that is?
 
2004-12-27 03:00:17 AM
In all their years of judging they have never heard before of someone more deserving the full penalty of law.

/TEAR DOWN THE WALL!!!
 
2004-12-27 03:05:46 AM
"He's all wiggly when he's in your pooper!"
- from Something Awful photoshop phriday
 
2004-12-27 03:06:38 AM
They say their device would be able to "pull" itself along, rather than having to be forced into the body.

/This is just so wrong.
 
2004-12-27 03:12:13 AM
Lemmiwinks Scientific Probe Version 1.0 will be available to sodomize patience in a more pleasurable way.. Gee.. I hope I can live my whole life and never "get a test drive" of that one.

(Jeezus Crissst)
 
2004-12-27 03:13:18 AM
Insult Comic Bishounen

"He's all wiggly when he's in your pooper!"
- from Something Awful photoshop phriday


LOL that was one of my favorites
 
2004-12-27 03:17:11 AM
Where's the "unlikely" tag on this one? Or even "sick"?
 
2004-12-27 03:19:25 AM
hwrnmnbsol: Funny, I would have thought this concept would have been developed by the Japanese.

No, that would be using tentacles, not worms... (shudder)
 
2004-12-27 03:19:29 AM
well, if you gotta gets checked for colon cancer, wouldn't it be better if it didn't hurt like a mofo too?

on the flip side of that wouldn't it suck to bust one out via the prostate only to have your dr say "you got cancer"
 
2004-12-27 03:28:32 AM


I'd like to be the first to try it!
 
2004-12-27 03:29:37 AM
Eventually this will be marketed as a sex toy...
 
2004-12-27 03:31:57 AM
All cancer worries aside, this has to be the funniest shiat I've read in a long time.



classic.
 
2004-12-27 03:32:02 AM
The team are now working on a more advanced version of the device in which the paddles themselves can also move as well as the central spine.

Eventually, the device will be motorised.


Yes, but will they put type-R stickers on it? They can get quite a bit more horsepower out of it if they do.
 
2004-12-27 03:37:53 AM
Damn Tok'ra.
 
2004-12-27 03:44:26 AM
My question is, how the hell did they manage to find volunteers for the research?
 
2004-12-27 03:46:41 AM


 
2004-12-27 03:50:23 AM
I can feel them wriggle all the way down

// wrong hole

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2004-12-27 03:58:05 AM
Medical scientists developing mechanical worms to burrow in patients' asses, hoping to create "pleasurable experience"

Sad how my only thought on this entire article/thread is that, apparently, some farkers can use grammar correctly.

/Eats, shoots & leaves
 
2004-12-27 04:12:28 AM
This calls for a !
 
2004-12-27 04:17:45 AM
CaptainFunk
My question is, how the hell did they manage to find volunteers for the research?

I was wondering the exact same thing. I hope they were paid well.

/Excuse me? Doctor? I'm hear to have that worm thing stuck in my ass. Is there a spot still available for clinical testing? I really wanted to check it out.
 
2004-12-27 04:19:58 AM
The worm, which is often used as fishing bait, moves in wet environments containing large amounts of solid and semi-solid material - similar to that often found inside the body.

Gee, I wonder what that is. I would've thought that they clean out the intestines before the procedure.
 
2004-12-27 04:29:06 AM
I'm thinking of what you say when someone asks you what you do at a dinner party. Yes, I'm a scientist who's developing a new ass exam based upon horrible, frightening parasite worms. Fixed grins, people backing away, reaching in purses for pepper spray...
 
2004-12-27 04:31:35 AM
Hentai fans everywhere rejoice at the news ...
 
2004-12-27 04:34:29 AM
koolkatzc: I would've thought that they clean out the intestines before the procedure.

They do. It's the worst part of the whole thing.
 
2004-12-27 04:37:37 AM
What did the ragworm say to the gerbil?
 
2004-12-27 04:48:55 AM
2004-12-27 02:49:26 AM Shadow Fairy
I never thought I would hear men mocking any device which will make a colonoscopy less painful.


I like the idea of the end result of the research (although I've not had a colonoscopy yet). I just have an overactive imagination and some knowledge of the things that can go wrong with any research project.
 
2004-12-27 05:05:50 AM
?
 
2004-12-27 05:08:20 AM
I can't be the only person slightly turned on by that picture of those worms.... can I?
 
2004-12-27 05:11:38 AM
*adds meepers to the "freaky farkers" list*
 
2004-12-27 05:15:48 AM
!
 
2004-12-27 05:15:51 AM

Jesus Christ!
 
2004-12-27 05:34:19 AM
The device is going to be called "The Rainbow".
 
2004-12-27 05:58:21 AM
With all those paddles and stuff, I wonder if they are going to be cleanable? I don't want some other dudes doodee in my you-know-what... Yick.
 
2004-12-27 06:05:15 AM
*rightclicksave*

Of all the threads to get a new tag in..
 
2004-12-27 06:25:03 AM
I hear half of San Francisco has already signed up.
 
2004-12-27 06:44:31 AM
 
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