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spider bite

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by ripperbone, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. ripperbone

    ripperbone angry bear

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    I got this email at work today and thought I would pass it on to all of you



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    spider that caused this much damage (brown recluse)
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    micah Senior Member

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    lol
     
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    Geez...stop taking pictures and go to the hospital, jackass!
     
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    BigJ I'm just about that action Boss. VIP

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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    that last picture looks fake as hell.

    i thought it was a shrimp cocktail at first.
     
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    Whatever it is, it's fucking gross.
     
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    DarkHand Senior Member VIP

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    Those were faked.

    I've seen those exact pictures somewhere before, the last ones, it looks like someone used a fisheye lens effect of some sort to make it look bigger.

    It really is that bad if left untreated, but not quite as gigantic as it's made out to be here.
     
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    they look fake. but i'll be damned if I let one bite me.

    if it was a snake bite, that would be a different story.
     
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    The photos, if you look in the background, are photographed at a hospital.

    I believe that a venomous bite can get this bad, but I think that brown recluse have a neurotoxin, and not a muscular-degenerating agent. Very few things do.

    I call fake on the overall thing, but the pics can be real. I wonder what the string is around his hand though.

    EDIT: WRONG. I guess they DO have a muscular / nerve degenerating inflammatory. Scary.
     
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    that tenth pic looks fake. but very gross :puke:
     
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    i thought it was fake at first but, "after furzer inspection zees are lofers"...but anywho i think they are real and i think they string is someone trying to stich that back up. but it sucks for that guy with th ewhole in his leg
     
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    Seen this a while ago @ snopes as well.

    I dunno, I think it's real. And his thumb in that tenth pic does look like a shrimp (shape, not size).
     
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    thats why i hate spiders. disgusting little bastards!!!
     
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    formby learning in progress

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    my boss just told me that the same thing happed to his sister on her arm.....the pics are real.....ewww
     
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    I knew like 4 guys that I was in the army with that got bitten by a brown recluse. It looked like a regular spider bite. They all noticed it right away because they said it hurts like hell. The guys went to sick call (military health care...) and they gave them some cream and other stuff. They were fine. They had to drain the pus out of the puncture hole like twice a day. It healed right up. I think the guy in those pics left it untreated for like a week or two. So yeah, those may be fake. Might be exaggerated to show what it could look like.
     
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    EGProject YEEEEAAHHHHH

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    Note for people who shop at Shaw's Supermarkets - we found a DEAD black widow in a pallet of green grapes today. When picking through the bags while shopping - BE AWARE. We got a memo the other day advising us to wear latex gloves while handling grapes. Fuck that shit. I bought a pair of heavy-weave Kevlar cutting gloves from a online kitchen supply store. I'm not usually a safety-concious person, but venomous spiders are not to be messed with.

    The only plus we have in our cooler is the fact that it's kept that a steady 35-38 deg F. Spiders are cold blooded. Spider = t3h dead, or slow as hell. Just don't piss them off.
     
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