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WARNING:  Gross Pic for some!  Human Bot Fly's Eggs got in eyes (mistaken as dust).

Botfly removed from boy's eye after being bitten by a mosquito carrying the larvae. "Anterior Orbital Myiasis caused by Human Botfly," published in the July 2000 number of the Archives of Ophthalmology, a journal of the American Medical Association.

chinese woman's bound feet - a reminder of what is at stake when we don't fight for our freedom in every area of life, even 'fashion'...

Chinese bound feet

chinese woman's bound feet - beauty is pain, I guess.<-- it was a rule in China that the women had to wear small shoes so that they could have small feet

This is why I check the stairs every time I pass them

I would have to change my pants if I opened the door and saw this looking at me. This would be great for a Halloween prank

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Boob Jobs Don't Die They Just Fade Away - Old Implants in Bikini on Beach Fail ---- best hilarious jokes funny pictures walmart humor fail

#tumblr, #Feature, #lol, #tagwhore, #funny

#tumblr, #Feature, #lol, #tagwhore, #funny

I pinned a picture of this boy with craniofacial duplication before.  He's now had surgery!

Modern science is amazing. The things that are possible through modern surgery today. This likely would not have been possible even 20 years ago.

Not to worry, bro

Secret structures under iconic buildings

Not to worry, bro

50 People On 'The One Story That Gives Me The Chills To This Day'

Before & After Meth pretty scary-will show to my girls one day to show them drugs suck! This is so sad how these people actually look like zombies.

Do you have a Pterygium? A Pterygium is a non-cancerous growth on your conjunctiva. Most of the time these are harmless and are caused by excessive sun exposure. If yours is irritating come see Dr.Whipple for a consult for treatment. Call 585-444-EYES ! #Eyes #EnvisionEYE

Do you have a Pterygium? A Pterygium is a non-cancerous growth on your conjunctiva. Most of the time these are harmless and are caused by excessive sun exposure. If yours is irritating come see Dr.Whipple for a consult for treatment.

Retinoblastoma

Retinoblastoma is a rare type of eye cancer that usually develops in early childhood, typically before the age of This form of cancer develops in the retina. In most children with retinoblastoma, the disease affects only one eye.

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