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(KRON 4)   You could just be crying .... or maybe bees are just living in your eyes like this woman [Graphic video]   (kron4.com) divider line
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2019-04-09 07:00:49 PM  
Nope nope nope
 
2019-04-09 07:15:25 PM  
Next you'll tell me there's a guy with monkeys jumping out of his butt.
 
2019-04-09 08:36:08 PM  
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2019-04-09 09:12:07 PM  
He had come to the hospital after experiencing severe pain in her eye.
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He did not rub her eyes too much, which officials say could have worsened the state of her inflamed cornea.


Did he/she have a sex change in the middle of the article or is there some guy wandering around with her eyes?
 
2019-04-09 09:35:45 PM  
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2019-04-09 09:57:25 PM  
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2019-04-09 10:25:12 PM  
I considered submitting this story with a "CDB!" headline.

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2019-04-09 11:37:56 PM  

Bootleg: He had come to the hospital after experiencing severe pain in her eye.
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He did not rub her eyes too much, which officials say could have worsened the state of her inflamed cornea.

Did he/she have a sex change in the middle of the article or is there some guy wandering around with her eyes?


I had to read it twice to figure out that the woman's last name is He.

Boy named Sue kind of shiat.
 
2019-04-09 11:38:22 PM  
Taiwanese woman named He.

Ah yes, the unpopular B-side to "A Boy named Sue"
 
2019-04-09 11:41:00 PM  
What is her name?  D'Vorah?
 
2019-04-09 11:41:50 PM  
Minor Threat - In My Eyes
Youtube D6to2A4kbJs
 
2019-04-09 11:42:53 PM  
I'll take F*ck No for $1000 Alex
 
2019-04-09 11:43:57 PM  

Bootleg: He had come to the hospital after experiencing severe pain in her eye.
...
He did not rub her eyes too much, which officials say could have worsened the state of her inflamed cornea.

Did he/she have a sex change in the middle of the article or is there some guy wandering around with her eyes?


He identifies as a woman.

/and I'm assuming He's story checks out.
 
2019-04-09 11:49:15 PM  
I like my women like my bees. 12 years old and mixed up with coke.
 
2019-04-09 11:49:48 PM  
 
2019-04-09 11:50:47 PM  
I have a tough time believing that bees were living in her eyeball. I've just read about the sweat bees, but this just seems too unusual.
 
2019-04-09 11:53:26 PM  
Like...how tiny were the bees?? How could one let alone multiple bees even get in there?
 
2019-04-09 11:58:36 PM  
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2019-04-10 12:05:37 AM  
pain is in the eye of the bee-holder
 
2019-04-10 12:06:32 AM  
India or China?
<checks tfa>
Close enough
 
2019-04-10 12:11:03 AM  
Fark is not your personal...WAAAAAAH
 
2019-04-10 12:11:12 AM  
Totally fake. Eyeball closeup different color eye.
 
2019-04-10 12:27:37 AM  
Unbeelievable
 
2019-04-10 12:28:00 AM  

covered in beees: Like...how tiny were the bees?? How could one let alone multiple bees even get in there?


Tiny species of bee, probably stingless ones. Have had Aussie ones drinking my sweat all over my body before. Tickley and mostly harmless, unless they drink your eyeballs (apparently).
 
2019-04-10 12:30:53 AM  
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2019-04-10 12:43:25 AM  
The really weird and creepy physical maladies seem to happen over that-a-way.
 
2019-04-10 12:48:33 AM  
Emmelie De Forest - Only Teardrops (Denmark) 2013 Eurovision Song Contest
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2019-04-10 01:20:26 AM  
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Oh yeah!
 
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2019-04-10 01:33:12 AM  
Plucked her eyebrows on the way 
Shaved her legs and then He was a she 
She said, hey babe, take a walk on the wild side,
Said, hey honey, take a walk on the wild side
 
2019-04-10 01:49:00 AM  
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"Who's He?"
"He's Her!"
 
2019-04-10 01:52:20 AM  

skinink: I have a tough time believing that bees were living in her eyeball. I've just read about the sweat bees, but this just seems too unusual.


Yeah, those aren't small, how do they just fly under your eyelids?  Even if they happened to land on your eyeball they would not be able to get under your eyelid if you blinked.

This story is missing something.

The only thing I can think of is they were larvae stage or eggs, and when she was working first kicked up into her eyeball with larvae/eggs and those are small enough to get in there.  How they went from larvae to adult or egg > larvae > adult in her eyeball I do not know.
 
2019-04-10 01:54:56 AM  

covered in beees: Like...how tiny were the bees?? How could one let alone multiple bees even get in there?


Username checks out.
 
2019-04-10 02:21:18 AM  
Here's a CSB:

At a recent visit to my hospital optometrist I asked about the terrible boiler-plate boredom of her job. In her response, she told me a tale of a recent patient. The patient is a scientist and had spent a year in the Amazon jungle on a research trip. After returning to the US he got an appointment with her to check out his eyes. Scratchy eyes was his complaint. Itchy. Hard to sleep.  Usually scratchy eye problems, she tells me, are symptomatic of a tiny burst blood vessel that left behind a little scab tissue. Or perhaps a bit of debris found it's way into the back of the eyeball. But in this case it was a whole colony of tiny worms. Scratching away with their writhing movements, making more worms, populating the colony in his viscous fluid between the sockets and eyeballs. She further explained that the procedure to remove them is to pop out the eyeball and use a laser to zap each worm. But they're monoclonal, so if even one worm survives it will repopulate the colony. So now the scientist will need to have the de-worming laser procedure every few months. But to quote my optometrist, "We're rarely successful."

Imagine that. One night you're laying in bed, trying to sleep, but can't because your eyes are scratchy. Oh well, no biggie. But then after you find out that your eye sockets are a host environment to worms, you'll lay awake every night feeling them itch around, powerless to remove them. Itchy itch.

/CSB
/Sleep well, Farkers.
 
2019-04-10 02:23:09 AM  
Oh, she also revealed to me that "optic nerves" aren't nerves at all. They're just noodley brain extensions.
 
2019-04-10 02:45:33 AM  
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2019-04-10 03:00:30 AM  

Snapper Carr: [YouTube video: Minor Threat - In My Eyes]


20 eyes in my head...

The Misfits - 20 Eyes
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2019-04-10 03:32:36 AM  
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2019-04-10 03:53:49 AM  

dkulprit: skinink: I have a tough time believing that bees were living in her eyeball. I've just read about the sweat bees, but this just seems too unusual.

Yeah, those aren't small, how do they just fly under your eyelids?  Even if they happened to land on your eyeball they would not be able to get under your eyelid if you blinked.

This story is missing something.

The only thing I can think of is they were larvae stage or eggs, and when she was working first kicked up into her eyeball with larvae/eggs and those are small enough to get in there.  How they went from larvae to adult or egg > larvae > adult in her eyeball I do not know.


Yes they are that small. About 2000 different species some of which are as small as 3 mm long when fully grown. They didn't go from egg to adult in the eyeball; the adults are small enough to get stuck in an eyelid which makes sense if they are trying to get a drink.
 
2019-04-10 04:01:55 AM  

r3dplanet: Here's a CSB:


/CSB
/Sleep well, Farkers.


I got as far as "Amazon" in your story and had to bail/scroll.  No way your story was going to end well.
 
2019-04-10 04:27:59 AM  
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2019-04-10 05:20:25 AM  
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2019-04-10 05:27:18 AM  

r3dplanet: Here's a CSB:

At a recent visit to my hospital optometrist I asked about the terrible boiler-plate boredom of her job. In her response, she told me a tale of a recent patient. The patient is a scientist and had spent a year in the Amazon jungle on a research trip. After returning to the US he got an appointment with her to check out his eyes. Scratchy eyes was his complaint. Itchy. Hard to sleep.  Usually scratchy eye problems, she tells me, are symptomatic of a tiny burst blood vessel that left behind a little scab tissue. Or perhaps a bit of debris found it's way into the back of the eyeball. But in this case it was a whole colony of tiny worms. Scratching away with their writhing movements, making more worms, populating the colony in his viscous fluid between the sockets and eyeballs. She further explained that the procedure to remove them is to pop out the eyeball and use a laser to zap each worm. But they're monoclonal, so if even one worm survives it will repopulate the colony. So now the scientist will need to have the de-worming laser procedure every few months. But to quote my optometrist, "We're rarely successful."

Imagine that. One night you're laying in bed, trying to sleep, but can't because your eyes are scratchy. Oh well, no biggie. But then after you find out that your eye sockets are a host environment to worms, you'll lay awake every night feeling them itch around, powerless to remove them. Itchy itch.

/CSB
/Sleep well, Farkers.


I'm just particularly horrified by the "we're rarely successful" part of that story. Methinks they need to come up with a better treatment plan. Worms behind your eyeball.... for the rest of your life....
 
2019-04-10 05:56:46 AM  
Is the woman's name Leslie? Because NOPE.
 
2019-04-10 06:19:41 AM  
By the way, threadjack, just wanted to throw it out there that I accidentally came across people raving about Leatherwood honey from Tasmania the other day while cruising Amazon reviews and I was like "wtf, who cares about honey?"

It really is good shiate. About as far away from regular honey as Cheez Whiz is from a nice brie
 
2019-04-10 07:26:18 AM  

LiberalConservative: covered in beees: Like...how tiny were the bees?? How could one let alone multiple bees even get in there?

Tiny species of bee, probably stingless ones. Have had Aussie ones drinking my sweat all over my body before. Tickley and mostly harmless, unless they drink your eyeballs (apparently).


Ah ok. That makes more sense I guess. I've gotten gnats in my eyeball before while riding a bike. That's fun.
 
2019-04-10 07:28:18 AM  
Now the bees behind my eyes sing, beware

/Tanya Donelly's voice *swoon*
 
2019-04-10 08:46:48 AM  

r3dplanet: /CSB
/Sleep well, Farkers.


100,000/10 will never sleep again
 
2019-04-10 08:47:16 AM  
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2019-04-10 10:15:06 AM  
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Unavailable for comment
 
2019-04-10 01:42:34 PM  
I think I speak for most when I say

"OH DEAR GOD WHY!"
 
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