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This Video Contains Subject Matter
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PTZ Does Not Recommend DIY Medical Treatment of Any Kind
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RUNTIME: 4min 35sec

TITLE: “Killing the Cyst”
YT INFO: Published on Apr 22,2013 by PrpIce2

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  • “Don’t kill him!” is right: I would be so worried about cutting someone’s neck.

    I also thought it was funny how the girls didn’t want him touching the cyst, but when it came time to getting it out there were like four hands and a pair of tongues and a blade and a needle all over that past-expiration-date Adam’s apple the dude had.

  • So I read Lou-pus’s comment, thinking how disgusting, a pair of tongues? And then watching it realizing it was a pair of tongs hahahaha imagine what I was thinking before I watched it…hahaha

    Nice payload and wonder if more women love to pop zits than men…

    Really enjoyed this one – i would have NEVER thought of using tongs, very creative!

    Sorry LP spelling police here…

  • That was terrible. The one girl covered the BEST part with that **ZIT** pink towel. What’s the point of taping this if you’re going to cover the pus coming out of the cyst? STUPID!!

    • Hmm… Shocking to think that these folks can vote, propel high m**ZIT** vehicles at high speeds, and procreate.

      It’s moments like this that make me really want Canada to invade.


    • I was just gonna say the same thing…Grams used to use those for chicken, now I’ll never see a piece of fried chicken without thinking of this viddy

  • Funny yet bizarre – From the girl holding the razor blade as she approaches the cyst that is being held with kitchen tongs: “Dude I know what I’m doing.”

  • The female with the towel needs her **ZIT** kicked. We didn’t get to see the big squeeze. I hope they threw those ‘hot dog picker uppers’ in the trash.

  • If i ever come to America, that’s the place for me not to eat a burger.
    “How do you like your burger? Raw, medium or covered with pus? It’s or speciality!”

    The collection of weird stuff used for popping a cyst grows again.
    Spoons, bottles, knifes in all sizes, gloves of all sorts, books, needles, safetypins, pliers, bare handed, with the edge of a door, tongs, pincets and bathroom walltiles.
    We all have a strange hobby here, but we love it! Chunk after chunk!

  • When hot chicks get ahold of a hick….. The poor guy never had a chance…
    Lucky dude buried in **ZIT**ies during the extraction!!!

    Cool Video!

  • And……the Nobel prize for Medicine, goes, for the first time ever, to a company, not a physician. The award is proudly presented to the Acme Kitchen Tong Company. Acceptance speech ended with – and now, for a limited time, our tongs are available in a variety of colors……blood blue (or reversed if you are very upper crust), ruby red, gack green, welt white, purple pus and of course, our original cyst silver.Just send in $15.99 plus S&H and we will rush them to your front door.

  • I don’t think I can ever look at a pair of weenie-catchers the same way ever again…that’s one of the more creative cyst extracting tools I’ve ever seen!
    I really enjoyed it, PTP!

  • That poor guy is going to heal with a scar and the last piece of sac sticking out

    Yeah, I’ll have the fried chicken with a side of pus for dipping

  • This video was a train wreck! the woman had no idea what they were doing, I always get so **ZIT**ed when they get the sack half out and don’t know what in the **ZIT** it is or what to do with it, they think it may be some valuable organ like the lungs and just cut it off.
    Thanks for posting

    • Haha love all of these comments – it is so crazy to say oh it’s attached to something then cut it off, you are so right! But think about it, until we got our education about cysts and the details and wonderful educational videos here, what we we have done in similar situations? I was a needle sticker from way back and it was always too scary to slice it or anything else. Even now, I found a little cyst on my dogs ear and it wasn’t easy to slice into, you get scared you’re gonna slip and something horrid will happen. Turns out it’s just a clear fluid filled cyst that comes and goes so nothing exciting about it.

      What I learned is the capsules the cysts are in are very tough and fibrous and very hard to cut so you get nervous about going too far in.

      Actually I’m impressed we see as many successful drainings as we do!

  • This reminds me of the time I was helping my sister, the surgeon, organize her kitchen after she moved. I found a pair of hemostats in her kitchen drawer with the other cooking utensils. I held it up to her and said, “Please, please tell me you don’t cook with this.” She shrugged and responded in a somewhat embarr**ZIT**ed/somewhat defensive tone, “They’re great for flipping chicken **ZIT**! And, besides, I never used them in surgery. They were never used for anything other than cooking!”

    I think you’d get along with that sister really well, PTP! πŸ˜‰ Thank you for the odd and entertaining find, Puppy.

  • I’m sorry but I was bothered by the rough treatment in his throat area with blades and tongs and especially by the girl who pushed a pin or needle COMPLETELY DOWN INSIDE the cyst then let it go and thought she was so very clever… Innovation is great but when it comes to safety I don’t believe this video gives great messages… The gack was good though… lol…

  • Oh look we didn’t cut his jugular how ’bout that. I wonder what he will look like in a few days if they don’t get the rest of it out. Thanks for posting, PTP.

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