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(Some Guy)   Man spends 31 years with a broken needle lodged in his buttocks. What a pain in the ass   (newswatch50.com) divider line 55
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2009-04-08 12:59:04 PM  
I guess fluoroscopy is not available in China. That should have taken 10 minutes tops.
 
2009-04-08 01:27:32 PM  
i162.photobucket.com

I'd like to see that.
 
2009-04-08 02:54:24 PM  
The guy lived for 31 years with a little prick in his ass so I'd say the surgery was over Du.

BTW, there are 44-year-old pensioners in China?
 
2009-04-08 03:35:09 PM  
Du says he was hospitalized for nine days in a larger hospital but doctors couldn't find the broken needle so he just lived with it.

Nine days of searching and they couldn't find it? Exactly how big is this guy's ass? Are we talking Gluteus Continentii here?
 
2009-04-08 03:48:59 PM  
feckingmorons: I guess fluoroscopy is not available in China. That should have taken 10 minutes tops.

a couple of minutes in an mri machine might have been more entertaining

megain.smugmug.com
 
2009-04-08 03:51:09 PM  
I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.
 
2009-04-08 03:53:41 PM  
Brokeback
 
2009-04-08 03:53:52 PM  
Needlebutt?

/got nuthin'
 
2009-04-08 03:54:04 PM  
Albert Fish says, "Amatuer."
 
2009-04-08 03:54:58 PM  
Hypodermic goes WHERE????

/Really got nothin'
 
2009-04-08 03:55:03 PM  
dillenger69: I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.

You know that's a vinyl record player joke that absolutely NO ONE on Fark will get.

/Except us old coots.
 
2009-04-08 03:55:45 PM  
GoSurfing: Brokeback

Too soon!
 
2009-04-08 03:57:01 PM  
dr.zaeus: Albert Fish says, "Amatuer."

Man, Fark is awesome. 12 comments and someone beat me to it. Just awesome.
 
2009-04-08 03:57:02 PM  
So what's the point?
 
2009-04-08 04:02:34 PM  
tothekor: dillenger69: I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.

You know that's a vinyl record player joke that absolutely NO ONE on Fark will get.

/Except us old coots.


I'm 25 and I got it. Does that qualify me as an old coot?
 
2009-04-08 04:03:07 PM  
"Amateurish" doctor was Lao Tze, MD.
 
2009-04-08 04:03:48 PM  
Damn near killed 'im.
 
2009-04-08 04:04:09 PM  
 
2009-04-08 04:04:52 PM  
Slipp m as diaper layer av thrown
 
2009-04-08 04:05:17 PM  
What, what?
 
2009-04-08 04:05:34 PM  
tothekor: dillenger69: I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.

You know that's a vinyl record player joke that absolutely NO ONE on Fark will get.

/Except us old coots.


Yeah, you're not that old... or cool.

I'm 35, I remember records, and how they work. Also, please spare us yoour 8-track, beta-max, and laser disk refrences.
Thanks,
Mgmt.
 
2009-04-08 04:08:31 PM  
what the cat dragged in: "Amateurish" doctor was Lao Tze, MD.

lulz. I like it.
 
2009-04-08 04:08:48 PM  
Wireless Joe: Albert Fish?

came here to make this reference
 
2009-04-08 04:11:08 PM  
was looking for butt xray goodness, came away red assed
 
2009-04-08 04:17:21 PM  
DPSturm: was looking for butt xray goodness, came away red assed

english.seoul.go.kr

Not impressed.

/hot like he backed into a radiator.
 
2009-04-08 04:17:48 PM  
www.occhirossi.it

approves

link is hot
 
2009-04-08 04:19:37 PM  
Sorry Dr. Z, I just scanned for pictures before I posted, now actually reading the thread I see I was beat by about 20 minutes.
 
2009-04-08 04:20:46 PM  
My younger brother stepped on a sewing needle and it broke off in his foot when he was little. When he held a magnet to his foot, he could feel the needle moving in his foot.
 
2009-04-08 04:21:00 PM  
31 years? That must be some kind of record.
 
2009-04-08 04:21:29 PM  
rynthetyn: My younger brother stepped on a sewing needle and it broke off in his foot when he was little. When he held a magnet to his foot, he could feel the needle moving in his foot.

I almost lost my lunch when I read that. Seriously.
 
2009-04-08 04:23:57 PM  
No, he's a hairbrush.
 
2009-04-08 04:25:57 PM  
chud.com
Somewhat impressed.
 
2009-04-08 04:26:05 PM  
IEatANimaLs: please spare us yoour 8-track, beta-max, and laser disk refrences.
Thanks,
Mgmt.


You didn't say anything about Diamond Discs or wax cylinders.

/My lawn (it's where I buried the Kaiser!)
 
2009-04-08 04:26:41 PM  
bean4554:
approves

link is hot


I hate you.
 
2009-04-08 04:27:35 PM  
rynthetyn: My younger brother stepped on a sewing needle and it broke off in his foot when he was little. When he held a magnet to his foot, he could feel the needle moving in his foot.

I've used magnets to remove barbs from my skin when I was in metal shop in school. It feels kinda odd but it usually worked with a minimum of pain.
 
2009-04-08 04:28:01 PM  
bean4554: Sorry Dr. Z, I just scanned for pictures before I posted, now actually reading the thread I see I was beat by about 20 minutes.

What a freak, huh?
 
2009-04-08 04:28:56 PM  
31 years? That's nothing. My older brother has had the end of a needle inside his foot for 40 years. He was sticking them in the carpet with the points up and forgot to pull all of them out. When my mom called him to come downstairs he stepped on one and it broke off in his foot. The doctor just didn't see any need to take it out.
 
2009-04-08 04:33:54 PM  
Albert is going to be on the cover of the new Church of Misery album.

i77.photobucket.com
 
2009-04-08 04:35:50 PM  
kellynoel: rynthetyn: My younger brother stepped on a sewing needle and it broke off in his foot when he was little. When he held a magnet to his foot, he could feel the needle moving in his foot.

I almost lost my lunch when I read that. Seriously.


Really? He thought it was kind of nifty. Of course, he was 4 or 5 at the time, so that might have colored his opinion.

/my sister and I got yelled at for leaving sewing needles lying around
//turned out that it was my mom's fault
 
2009-04-08 04:36:44 PM  
bean4554: approves

link is hot


Dammit you beat me to it!
 
2009-04-08 04:49:57 PM  
Someone spiked his gunport?
 
2009-04-08 05:01:29 PM  
A Chinaman is happy again after getting his repairs,
They finally did find a little prick left behind for over 31 years.
 
2009-04-08 05:04:48 PM  
tothekor: dillenger69: I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.

You know that's a vinyl record player joke that absolutely NO ONE on Fark will get.

/Except us old coots.


yeah, i got it--got it--got it--got it-- *BUMP*
 
2009-04-08 05:21:24 PM  
dillenger69: I guess that explains his stuttering problem. This whole time he was just skipping.

DIE DIE DIE!!!!!

Besides, everyone here is too young to understand that. If he'd rested a couple of nickels on his head, he wouldn't have had that problem.
 
2009-04-08 05:26:07 PM  
dr.zaeus: Albert Fish says, "Amatuer."

Just took a moment to read about him on Wikipedia. Wow! That is probably the most disturbing thing I have ever read. Not the needles part, but the kids part. Truly sick. It's amazing how people can turn into that kind of monster.
 
2009-04-08 05:54:50 PM  
Was it this guy?

www.notablebiographies.com

www.tarantinofiction.com

Not impressed.
 
2009-04-08 06:06:19 PM  
vossiewulf: Du says he was hospitalized for nine days in a larger hospital but doctors couldn't find the broken needle so he just lived with it.

Nine days of searching and they couldn't find it? Exactly how big is this guy's ass? Are we talking Gluteus Continentii here?


She had a friend, you know?
Incontinentia Buttocks
 
2009-04-08 06:15:02 PM  
CruiserTwelve: I'd like to see that.

I admire your sense of history.
 
2009-04-08 06:32:08 PM  
When I was in seventh-grade art class, I witnessed a needle getting
lodged in an unlucky sixth-grader's buttocks. I was at my desk, debating
the merits of my India ink versus my classmate's Chinese calligraphy ink.
The discussion was getting rather heated, each of us ready to dash our
respective ink in in the other's eye in order to prove its superior qualities.

Suddenly, a blood-curdling scream emanated from the needle point studio.
Inks, brushes, and blotter paper scattered as the calligraphy students
rushed to see what had happened.

In short, a boy had forgotten his tapestry needle on his chair when he went to
retrieve a pattern. When he returned to his seat, the needle had positioned itself
in such a way that the force of him sitting down caused the needle to pin his butt cheeks together.

The teacher did the only thing possible to remedy the situation: Enlisting the assistance
of the woodshop teacher next door, who pinned the unfortunate student to a table,
the art teacher went to work with pliers, and extracted the wayward tapestry needle.
 
2009-04-08 07:43:23 PM  
I had a needle break off in my index finger when I was two. It settled alongside the bone, and only vibrated when I walked into stores like Best Buy.

I lived with it until the day I needed an MRI, when I was 33.

Walking around with an embedded broken needle for 31 years must be pretty common.
 
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