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u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/WTF

The other review for it is pretty awesome too. NSFW?

Of course by looking at that you're probably gonna end up on some FBI list somewhere. Enjoy!

u/WorkWithMorgan · 1 pointr/WTF

You should read the wonderful book: Stiff - The Curious Lives Of Human Cadavers. It's excellent.

u/TheDivineWind · 2 pointsr/WTF

I recently bought a friend a similar book ( ). If I recall, it is a medical sort of book showing the different anatomical parts of the female reproductive system, turned into a coloring book for more effective learning.

Apparently that terminology was once a bit more acceptable.

u/doctorcurly · 1 pointr/WTF

And you'll definitely not want to read Parasite Rex. 320 pages of NOPE by Carl Zimmer. Actually, you'll be glad you did. Fascinating book.

u/weissblut · 13 pointsr/WTF

Sorry, out of stock. Customers also bought:

u/Nerobus · 1 pointr/WTF

I have The Complete Far Side 1980-1994 (2 vol set)

The thing weighs a TON, but I love it. I grew up reading them.

u/Scheckschy · 2 pointsr/WTF

Also noticed the 'Whats Your Poo Telling You' in the bottom left. They seem like wonderful people.

u/cultured_banana_slug · 2 pointsr/WTF

Parasites are really fascinating. If you want a neat book on them, check out Parasite Rex. It sucks to be an insect.

u/tortuga_de_la_muerte · 2 pointsr/WTF

I can't express to you how much I love The Far Side. I mean, I have calendars, random books and, of course, The Complete Far Side.

u/pm1902 · 13 pointsr/WTF

It's real... wow. Goodreads / Amazon

I need to read this book.

u/newDilly99 · 1 pointr/WTF

They sell tools like Zip-It Drain Cleaning Tool, which are just a flexible plastic stick with backfacing barbs on it... you stick it in, and pull out a dreadlock...

u/egehrman · 1 pointr/WTF

The amazon page and hilarious reviews/user photos of that horse head, here.

u/skelebone · 5 pointsr/WTF

Looks like it works on the same principle as the Zip-It Drain cleaner

u/jamangold · 8 pointsr/WTF

You can get it from Amazon in the "Health and Personal Care" section.

u/doctor_leek · 137 pointsr/WTF

Only for 1 easy payments of $113.12!

u/Ontolodox · 1 pointr/WTF

I know you weren't asking me, but this delightfully informative bathroom reading material shared that little nugget with me.

u/hey_n0w · 1 pointr/WTF

Read Parasite Rex by Carl Zimmer and you'll gain a new, albeit weird, appreciation for the complexity of parasites.

Now, mosquitoes aren't parasites, but it'll answer/complicate your question as to "do they serve any purpose in the ecosystem" [Spoiler: yes]

u/camn · 5 pointsr/WTF

Come on dude, you couldn't Google it?
[](/fluttershh "I hope that didn't sound too mean")

u/ariz2797 · 1 pointr/WTF

I pull stuff like that out of my ear every 6 months or so. As someone well experienced in the ear wax, get yourself one of these:
It's pricy but well worth the penny and you will never have ear wax problems again

u/Gizank · 26 pointsr/WTF

Interesting timing of this post for me. I was having trouble getting to sleep last night, so I was reading Stiff, The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers by Mary Roach. (This was a mistake, but only because the book is very interesting and well written. I got through 86 pages before I gave up and turned the light off. I never got sleepy.)

There are a number of stories in the book that might relate, but this reminded me most of Thomas Holmes (The Father of Modern Embalming.) The Wikipedia entry doesn't really have much trivia about him. More can be found on this page. His info is about half-way down the page. Roach goes into more detail about his story, but the part I thought of here is in that link:

>Holmes retired to Brooklyn, New York where he sold root beer and embalming
supplies. According to Christine Quigley, author of A Corpse: a History and Mary
Roach, author of Stiff, The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers, Holmes shared his
Brooklyn home with samples of his Civil War era handiwork. Embalmed bodies were
stored in the closets, and preserved heads sat on tables in the parlor. Not all that
surprisingly, Holmes eventually went insane (Robert Mayer wrote that Holmes became
mentally unhinged after an accident) spending his final years in and out of institutions.
Shortly before he died he is said to have requested not to be embalmed.

By way of a little explanation: I work closely with a medical examiner's office. I was affected a good deal more, at first, than I expected since I don't go there every day and usually work at one remove from the actual place and the work done there. When I asked how people cope with that kind of work, both death investigation and pathology, along with a long and sensitive discussion about the job Mary Roach's book was recommended reading. I borrowed and returned it and eventually bought my own copy, but only last night started reading it. I'm only through 87 pages, but so far, it's a good read. If you want some perspective and maybe a different way to think about your own "final arrangements", or if you're just curious about stuff like what happens to bodies left to science or medicine, you may find it enlightening. She handles the subject with respect, humanity, and humor. It isn't nearly as gruesome as I thought it would be, but I have been exposed to a lot more death and bodies and such in the last three+ years than the average person, so YMMV.

u/odd_affilliate_link · 69 pointsr/WTF

Looks like they have them on Amazon and... Mother of god... I need one of these.

u/angeliqu · 8 pointsr/WTF

Ever heard of the cookbook Natural Harvest? It’s kind of amazing what people will write and what gets published.

u/DarlingDestruction · 12 pointsr/WTF

I have the same problem. Ended up finding this thing on Amazon. It's the same one my doctor uses every time I go in to have my ears cleaned, so I figure, why not save myself the hassle of an appointment with the doctor and spend the $30 to do it myself. Mayhaps it will help you, as well.

u/ReLiC71 · 1 pointr/WTF

Check the Used & New page as well, and the reviews for the stuff listed as Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed

u/sub_surfer · 0 pointsr/WTF

I didn't delete it, and I can still see it, but when I look in incognito mode it is deleted. Probably a bug in reddit.

EDIT: Here the text of the comment, which I just copied.

>You can do it at home with a kit from Amazon.


> and this to catch the water if necessary:


u/jankphil · 2 pointsr/WTF

I would think that most writers would be fine linking a comic if you link where they can get a book from.

u/Echohawkdown · 1 pointr/WTF

Apologies in advance if this breaks rule 1.

Also, link to the book in question on Amazon.

u/nitzua · 196 pointsr/WTF

here are the amazon customer reviews for the book, which are an absolute goldmine in their own rite.

u/funnynickname · 5 pointsr/WTF

Amazon sells them (obviously, when you think about it). Cheaper too.

u/bhknight1987 · 9 pointsr/WTF

Actually, check out what other customers bought with their purchase of the love doll. That's more what the fuck than the doll

u/squidboots · 2 pointsr/WTF

I give thee the "Cunt Coloring Book". Looks like it's just vaginas, but if a picture of Ann Coulter was in there I wouldn't be surprised.

u/CantRememberMyUserID · 10 pointsr/WTF

Get one of these - Zip-It plastic drain cleaning tool. Costs about 3 dollars; pulls this crap out of the drain really easily so you use it more often which prevents worse stuff.

u/asancho · 8 pointsr/WTF

And now, i present to you, the Holy Bible!

u/crystalcastles · 2 pointsr/WTF

I can't wait until I graduate and get a job (not tk er jerb), I'm going to buy the $100 Complete Far Side Collection

u/CopRFox · 1 pointr/WTF

I think you are look for this

u/Lewsor · 0 pointsr/WTF

Probably got the recipe from this book.

u/nightsticks · 1 pointr/WTF

She must have this book in her pantry.

u/JoeyHollywood · 1 pointr/WTF

Went to read the reviews when suddenly....


u/skiattle · 1 pointr/WTF

She should get a NoseFrida. Believe it or not, that is the most hygienic way.

u/Gurn-Blanston · 1 pointr/WTF

Yup. Horse head mask is awesome. Check out the reviews and especially the user photos.

u/MachetePhil · 1 pointr/WTF

alternatively wear the Accoutrements Horse Head Mask in place of Kermit mask.

u/marmz111 · 82 pointsr/WTF

I'll just leave this here for the next repost

u/Cyc68 · 1 pointr/WTF

Now you can have one of your own! Unfortunately Amazon does not offer the 'Look Inside' feature with this product.

u/usernameunavailable · 2 pointsr/WTF

That was my first thought too, it's for 3lbs of rabbit.

Then I got distracted by the customer images

u/sentient_mcrib · 8 pointsr/WTF

Don't forget this.

Nothing looks more ridiculous than a human wearing horse-made accessories.

Source: I watched Style channel one time and Sarah Jessica Parker came on.

u/laterkater · 68 pointsr/WTF

This was detailed on an episode of Human Planet on Discovery. You can watch it here!

I was secretly bummed they never showed the actual process. I feel most bad for the man who has to do the burial itself. If I remember correctly, he had to drink a considerable amount of whiskey in order to stomach what he was about to do.

(Also, if you're still curious about the ways corpses can and have been used throughout the centuries, have I got the book for you.)

u/cauanat · 2 pointsr/WTF

If you think the cover is awful, try looking at any of the content.

The "What is Graphic Design" section is a gem.

u/ingotanarchist · 1 pointr/WTF

If you think that's weird you should check out this book. It's a really good read and full of WTF parasites.

u/Groty · 3 pointsr/WTF

The interesting thing about rapid deceleration deaths is that it's rarely the pavement, tree, water, whatever that kills a person. Most of the body is pretty good at taking severe impacts. Hit most places with an object at the same speed and it's not immediate death.

However, there is one MAJOR weak spot. The aorta! It tears from the rapid deceleration. Immediate blood lose and you're a goner.

Here's a great book that talks about it. I was actually reading the falling death/aorta tearing chapter 32,000 feet over the east coast on my way to vacation. Nodded off, had one of those dreams where I could see through the floor of the airplane and weird falling sensation. Jumped, felt bad for the person next to me!

u/NitWit005 · 2 pointsr/WTF

Here... I think:

That is the worst product photo I've ever seen.

u/JoMa4 · 1 pointr/WTF

I still think it is gross, but at least use this product if you really feel the need to suck out your kid's snot.

u/verisimilarity · 3 pointsr/WTF

Why couldn't they both back out and send some other poor bastard?

Also: you can buy his last words for 89 cents? What is wrong with us?

u/DysFunctionalKirk · 3 pointsr/WTF

I'll admit there's a certain appeal to doing a girl on her period. I've done it before and it was kind of hot in a dirty way but WTF they are cooking with bloody tampons!?! Now I'm not sure which is worse!

Natural Harvest: A collection of semen-based recipes

Despite all of these positive qualities, semen remains neglected as a food. This book hopes to change that.

Semenology - The Semen Bartender's Handbook

Semen is often freshly available behind most bar counters and adds a personal touch to any cocktail.

I'm guessing there's a subreddit somewhere for this nasty shit.

u/antihexe · 94 pointsr/WTF

>"It's Monty Python meets Nazi exploitation in a surreal nightmare as can only be imagined by Bizarro author Cameron Pierce.

>In a land where black snow falls in the shape of swastikas, there exists a nightmarish prison camp known as Auschwitz. It is run by a fascist, flatulent race of aliens called the Ass Goblins, who travel in apple-shaped spaceships to abduct children from the neighboring world of Kidland. Prisoners 999 and 1001 are conjoined twin brothers forced to endure the sadistic tortures of these ass-shaped monsters. To survive, they must eat kid skin and work all day constructing bicycles and sex dolls out of dead children.

>While the Ass Goblins become drunk on cider made from fermented children, the twins plot their escape. But it won't be easy. They must overcome toilet toads, cockrats, ass dolls, and the surgical experiments that are slowly mutating them into goblin-child hybrids.

>Forget everything you know about're about to be Shit Slaughtered."