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24 April 2015
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Priming the Cyst and Surprise!

Priming the Cyst and Surprise!
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The cyst has barely been packaged
But squeezing I cannot resist
And then look! I found a blackhead
I popped it and twisted my wrist…

Aye yi yay ay
Pus is best from the back!
Do roo la roo la
Add oxygen and white turns to black
… Or is it Kerrrrraaaaatttttiiinnnn??

:) :) :)

YT COMMENTARY:
“I had to stop popping because it started to be painful to the “victim” (-:
But i’ll keep popping it, stay tuned and subscribe, see you soon in a new video with this cyst.”

RUNTIME: 3min 06sec


TITLE: “One young cyst and one comedone on the back”
YT INFO: Published Feb 10,2013 by bugniabricco

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17 comments

  • Tie the squeezer to your windshield when it rains. He’ll make sure to wipe every drop away. I hate hyper-wipers.

    But he at least got a big bug-eye looking blackhead out.

  • Making a slightly bigger hole would have made it far easier (and more comfortable for the “victim”) to empty that cyst, but at least they were getting some good stuff out. No comment on the wiping except that it was so unnecessary with the little bits being squeezed out! I did like the blackhead, though.

    Her back looked to have all kinds of odd circular light areas all over it. Anybody have any idea what might cause that? It looked very strange to me.

    • Those are probably scars from previous bacne. I’ve got a few like that. Scar tissue that is exposed to sun just after healing can become discolored. It’ll usually turn pinkish or white. That’s why doctors tell their patients to put a covering over the scar for the first year after surgery, because it minimizes discoloration of scars. She probably had bacne and liked to tan.

    • The white patches are most likely Tinea versicolor witch is a skin condition caused by a yeast, Mal**ZIT**ezia furfur. This yeast lives in our hair follicles, particularly in oilier areas of the skin like the chest and upper back. Mal**ZIT**ezia furfur overgrows out of the hair follicles and causes a rash in certain people because of the composition of the oils their skin makes. Since there are more oils produced by the skin during hot, humid times of the year, this is when the yeast grows the most. This is also true when going on vacation to a warm, tropical climate. Selsun Blue is a shampoo that is often used to treat tinea versicolor. It should be used when showering so that the shampoo has a chance to work while you are washing your hair, etc. Then wash it off. Since Mal**ZIT**ezia furfur normally lives in our hair follicles there is no way of curing the condition. Therefore maintenance is required to keep the number of microorganisms to a minimum. Info from allexperts.com Dermatology.

    • Wholeheartedly agree with you Comedoness, “chubby”(love the terminology btw) blackheads are the mutts nuts, imo also! Wonder why it was filmed upside down though? maybe the poppee was holding the camera/phone over her shoulder? Who knows, great vid find nonetheless!!!

  • Not much in the way of cyst juice, however, the blackhead turned into quite a pleasant little/big surprise. I was interested in the light coloured ‘crop circles’ on her back too. Thanks for the explanation, Popthatpus. It seems there is always someone who has the answer to whatever particular query that may pop up in the wonderful world of PTZ. Pop on people
    Caio Prunesquallor

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