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Lightguy was walking home when he saw a fox eating a cat. As he watched, it threw up on the cat and then continued eating, having doused it in its own marinade.

Only this morning, Rachelswipe saw a tramp hock up a bright green loogy, only for a pigeon to hop over on its withered stumps and peck it up joyfully.

Are these the end times? What horrible stuff have you seen recently?

(, Fri 22 Jun 2007, 10:36)
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The girl I met after a night on the sherberts.

Her genital plumage looked like she was going for the Russell Brand bad hair day look.

(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 10:16, Reply)
First and second hand
Second hand: my colleague was late for the midnight shift and arrived pale, sweaty and some what shaken. On the way there, she had caught site of some formless, oddly shaped thing crawling over the train tracks and went to investigate.

It was a man that had been run over by the train and cut in half at the pelvis. The pressure of the wheels had crimped the wound shut just enough to keep his blood pressure high enough to stay concious. He was trying to crawl for help, not realizing how bad off he was. This was well before cell phones, so she stayed with him out in the pitch-black countryside until he died. She never said what they talked about.

First hand: I got a call one of my kids had fallen at day camp and I needed to take her to "see the doctor". When I arrived, her arm was wrapped elbow to shoulder in white gauze and they explained what happened. Yeah,she fell all right--walking on top of a stone wall next to a chainlink fence, she tripped and caught herself by grabbing the top of the fence between her arm and her body. Unluckily, the top of the fence had not been safety-capped but left with the pointy, sharply cut links exposed.

I unwound the gauze and almost fainted. Her arm was torn open like a tiger had got her. I could see the glistening bone, the muscles were chopped up and hanging out of the wound. Her skin was bluish and hanging down in shreds halfway to her waist. Little yellow globs of fat fell out into my lap and blood was streaming down her armpit and soaking into her little sundress.

I lost count of stitches after 100. Her scar is not too bad-it's a silver jagged line about a foot long in total. She can't feel anything on the bottom side of her upper arm, though.

I was so moved and proud of her bravery. She never made a peep even when they were sewing her up for an hour. She was only 11.
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 6:26, Reply)
monkey foot
the first one was my own foot.

standing in the street, talking to my brother. a 3-ton concrete sewage pipe, that was supposed to be in a compound, rolls past with four kids inside it.
however, it didn't just roll past, it rolled over. over my foot.
i didn't feel anything for about 5 seconds, just watched my foot swell so fast that it popped the side of my shoe, which fell off. the pain hit me about the same time as my foot reached critical mass, the top of it bursting open with the immense pressure and the inner flesh being squeezed out. quite horrifying for a 10-year-old. i can poke a nail into my foot now without even feeling it.

second was my first school trip. we went to chester zoo, a couple of parents accompanying us as chaperones. me and my friends were with one of these chaperones, my friend jamie's mum. she decided to take us to see the monkeys first.
big mistake.
one particular monkey had shoveled a whole banana into its mouth while we stood there, and proceeded to chew it up. when the banana had reached the desired slimy cosistency, the monkey decided this was the perfect time to show it to us. it took this large handful of fetid, gunky banana and hurled it straight at us.
quite a bit of it hit jamie's mum. the majority of it, however, hit me. in the face.
seeing the foul mush on my mate's mum's coat made me realise just what exactly was clumped on my face and clogging up my nostrils, as well as trying to ooze into my mouth.
was i sick? you'd better believe it. if i'd had time to plan, i'd have puked on that bloody monkey! i've never been able to even smell a banana again without wanting to hurl.
feel free to laugh at either of these.

length? 3 days in hospital and 8 weeks to recover.
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 3:15, Reply)
Dr What?
The most horrific thing I can think of is reading any website where anyone who thinks that anything that appears in Dr Who, Harry Potter or Buffy the Vampire Slayer should, or could, be included in this QOTW.

If you're an adult, get out more.

If you're a child; alcohol, drugs and the opposite sex (or the same sex, if that turns your worm) will remedy your retardiness.
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 1:42, Reply)
Spider Baby
It had the head of a spider...wait no...it had the head of a baby...ah I mean it had the body of a spider but the mind of a baby.

They push it around in prams and the like.
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 1:09, Reply)
harlequin adults

I've posted this link to show you all how harlequin babies are normal people and should be treated as such. It's very suitable for work and should give fluffyness to all who were disturbed by the images of harlequin babies at birth.

oh and to all those silly people who would take the piss - fuck you. If you had half the problems these lovely sisters had to deal with you would be at the wrong side of a bottle of pain killers by now and I for one would not rush to pump your stomach
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 1:07, Reply)
tonight in work one of the boys i work with showed me this video and what i saw was absolutly sick.

it involved naked people mostly mutilating their own sexual organs by proding them with knives, needles and other sharp objects. it also involed a man wanking off with his hand on fire, another man pissing out ball bearings and a woman cutting out their own minge. it got to a point where someone was cutting his own finger off when i promtly turned the video off.

how i managed to eat that cheeseburger afterwards i have no idea.

length? the guy cut it off in the video
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 0:51, Reply)
worst thing.
catching my best mate shagging my fat flat mate in wait for it my bed. I was then sick all over the floor out. good times
(, Thu 28 Jun 2007, 0:37, Reply)
Three words....Gulf War Syndromw=e
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 23:39, Reply)
The most horrific thing I've ever heard was St Anger by Metallica. All 78 agonising minutes of it. Just utterly diabolical, possibly the worst album ever made by anyone. Ever.

It makes me feel ill just thinking about it.
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 23:05, Reply)
The most horrific thing I've seen?
My grandparents watching porn.
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 22:58, Reply)
The most
horrific thing I've not seen but have learned what it is by this QOTW is "Goatsie"

If only I still didn't know!! At least I read warnings about that pic post before getting to it.

Squinty eyed my way past it, but very very fuzzily saw what it was about. Holy fuck!!

I want to laugh, not vomit. Is it Thurs. yet?
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 22:35, Reply)
Holy mother fuck
Oh dear god. Just seen this. Looks painful
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 22:19, Reply)
Horrib Things Wot I Have Seen

Not really "horrific" in the Goatse / Executions / Harlequin Babies sense, but horrific in context: As a Doctor Who fan, the most horrific thing I ever saw was the first episode of Time And The Rani. Other Who fans here may share this pain. Or they may love that story. Eh! It's a funny old world.

The actual most horrific thing was something I heard: I was in hospital for a month or so when I was 17 with bacterial endocarditis. Yay for my 6th Form years! I lost 3 stone and they were going to test for HIV until they correctly identified what was ailing me.

HOWEVER, that wasn't the horrific thing. That was the bloke with leukemia in a side ward close to me. The night he died, his wife was with him. The sound of her crying has haunted me ever since.

Most horrific thing seen on the Internet: I know not to go and search out those beheadings videos. They say that what you can imagine is worse than anything you can see, but this is only true of horror stories. I'd rather not be haunted for the rest of my life by the sight and sounds of some poor bastard having his head slowly sawn off by a grimacing fanatic. Call me a wuss, I don't care. I know how my mind would react to it, no thanks buddy.

The most horrific thing I've seen actually on the 'net was during a bad patch of hypochondria a couple of years ago when I thought I had a certain disease [nothing embarrassing, but certainly fatal.] I Googled symptoms endlessly [word to the wise: NEVER do this - if you think there's something wrong with you, go to your doctor. They may not be perfect, but they're a much better bet than filling your head with shitloads of horror stories and images from the Internet]. For some reason, I happened across an image of a smoker with advanced mouth cancer [and I wasn't even obsessing about cancer]. It was breathtakingly gruesome, and I'm not posting a link because I don't want to see it ever again. He was an old chap in his 50s with tidy silver hair, and the worst thing about it was the look in his poor blue eyes. Never, ever forget it. You can probably Google it, but I don't advise it.

Harlequin Babies: I have seen these images, during the phase spoken of above [Internet hypochondria spirals out and out into a vortex of hell] and they are pretty horrific. Poor little bastards. But if you are into deformed babies, google Anencephaly. You can probably suss out what it means from the name. Proof, if needed, that God does not exist, and Nature is a cunt.

Goatse: Well if that's NOT his arsehole - WHAT THE FUCK IS IT?

Dr S
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 22:10, Reply)
You didn't happen to get her number did you?
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 20:19, Reply)
Marty McFly reminded me that i have my very own romania related story. Im pretty lucky, iv never really seen anything horrific, but this was the most jaw droppingly wierd thing iv ever seen, i still dont quite understand it.
Last year i volunteered with my college to go to romania, our job was to redecorate a school gym for some special needs kids. On the weekends we could do whatever we wanted, and on this particular weekend i think we were going swimming or something similar.

Part of the journey there entailed us getting the tram, it was quite busy so we split up into two or three groups and just stood for the journey looking idly out of the windows, the tram would stop every few minutes at various points across town. Every stop had a handful of beggars or "gypsies" hanging around, and at one stop there was a young woman, she was probably about 25-ish.

However she wasnt just your average romanian gypsy, she was back to front. It was like she had just been twisted like a rubix cube. Her arse was on her front (if she looked directly down she would have got a view of it), i think her boobs were on her back, and her knees and feet were the wrong way around. I cant really explain it, so here is my artists impression -
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i really dont know what else to say about it. Im not sure if it's possible for anyone to be born like that, i know people purposefully chop off body parts to get money off tourists and such, but im not sure if anyone could twist themselves around?
like i said, not quite horrific, blood, vom, goatse etc. But still the wierdest thing i'll probably ever see
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 20:07, Reply)
The most horrific thing I saw is probably the most wimpiest thing ever.
You can all insult me for this. The most horrific thing I've ever seen was when I was twelve and me and my mum were in the car on the way back from my gran's place. It was a small country lane and a pheasant wandered straight into the path of our green Punto.

Feathers and blood covered the windscreen.

The wipers didn't help.
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 19:31, Reply)
no face
googled harlequin babies, not nice
but i thought this was worse

NSFW me thinks
see how easy it is to put in a link! and im crap on teh old pc
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 18:56, Reply)
Something approaching 10 years ago, I was at a talk, given by the BBFC, about film and video classification. After suitable warnings and a chance to object, they showed a scene from a video called Executions (rated 18), which features a collection of real-life people being killed in judicial executions (or whatever passes for judicial execution) around the world.

Some bloke is made to kneel down on the ground with a sign around his neck (forget what it said, but it was basically along the lines of what crimes he'd committed). He's then shot with a machine gun and falls over. Still breathing. Shot some more. Still breathing, so they loose off of a round of shots into his head. At this point, there's very little blood but his face has been completely reshaped as the bullets rip through his skull. Amazingly, he's still breathing.

A caption scrolls along the bottom of the screen telling us he took a further 60 seconds to die.

A lecture theatre full of a couple of hundred people, and you could have heard a pin drop.
(, Wed 27 Jun 2007, 18:33, Reply)

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