Discussion in 'FH Lounge' started by Grumpy, Feb 2, 2017.
lol. is nick a doctor now?
animo sku lives on.
Just keep it sane so we don't lose this again...LOL
I think he's in Med sku, but no guarantee he'll graduate.
First time watching a funny car launch!
Eventually you will get used to it.
Made this a while ago for fun, before the old site shut down.
Solid 1st pic. Wasn't expecting that.
Yea I'm in med school now. I'm going for the new forums new me thing now lol. I cringe at how big of a jackass I used to be (still can be).
Sorry, Nick, I had to do it. Congrats on Med School. Post up some gory cadaver pics.
My friend's sister had some nasty stuff from dental school. It was interesting as they had cadavers. I remember one pic with two different halves of a head cut vertically and put together. WTF.
Yea we did that. Felt really dehumanizing even though we were like 3 months in and already pretty desensitized. Had to rip the cadaver's heads off the spine as well, and cut their genitals in half.
So does seeing all those organs make you think of eating healthier? or not?
Google is your friend....LOL
I already eat pretty healthy. Off the top of my head, anatomy labs/cadavers didn't really change anything in me.
lmao I got a great story though. For one lab we had to bisect (cut in half) the pelvis, which included cutting open the large intestine/rectal area. We had to "massage" all of the poop as far up as we could and tie off the large bowel before cutting to avoid it getting everywhere.
My cadaver's poop wasn't very solid so it was a mess. I did a lot of the prep work so I was hands-off during the bisection and 30 min of cleaning poop. Just lol'd the entire time.
The cadaver next to mine, their group decided to squeeze OUT all of the poop after seeing everyone else deal with the mess. Propped up their cadaver's hips, put a red solo cup underneath, and pushed out the poop. Everyone watched and laughed in horror as the cadaver pooped lololol
Every time a laboratory rat dies I lose something good to eat...
Speaking of laboratory rats, check out the tumor on this guy. (I do skin cancer research. We use mice that get blasted with UV and topical carcinogens, may or may not have some genetic dfx that allows for tumor growth).
He needs SPF 1000!
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