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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - fezzo
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(08/03/2014) [-]
**fezzo rolled image** Mfw being killed by parasite
User avatar #14 to #1 - skypatrol
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ho ****
User avatar #19 to #1 - kanyesfishsticks
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Meth: Not even once
User avatar #20 to #19 - danniegurl
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She actually has acne. The first picture is her with makeup.
#39 to #20 - ciacheczko
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And there I thought that Cpt Obvious left the internet a while ago.
User avatar #21 to #20 - kanyesfishsticks
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meth causes acne
User avatar #22 to #21 - danniegurl
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it causes sores, not acne. I've seen this youtube video before.
User avatar #23 to #22 - kanyesfishsticks
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Stop advocating the use of meth. You're sending the wrong message to the children of funnyjunk.
User avatar #24 to #23 - danniegurl
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Nah, not meth. Just coke.
#25 to #24 - kanyesfishsticks
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Oh, that's cool then.
#28 to #25 - kokanum
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#2 - bigmanblue
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hes right
no pain receptors in the brain so you wouldnt feel it and because your brain is getting eaten while you are getting dumber you are getting dumber so you cant tell
#4 to #2 - anon id: ddd4806b
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This is some deep ****.
#11 to #2 - anon id: c6f333fc
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Dumber and dumber... you seen the word 'replace' right?
#16 to #2 - anon id: 8050b654
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Unless of course the person realized that they were getting dumber and jumped to conclusions that a brain-eating parasite was doing just that.

It's possible.
User avatar #33 to #16 - grandlordchicken
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No no, the idea here is it replaces and does the job of your neurons, essentially nothing changes, your brain is now just made of whatever the parasyte is rather than neurons. it's Theseus ship, which is explained by comment #6.
#30 to #2 - anon id: ff646205
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"no pain receptors in brain so you wouldnt feel it and your brain is getting eaten..."
It is very common that in the beginning the victims have headaches, after that they become sensitive to light or lose vision, it then goes to confusion, a loss of understanding things or continues onto issues parasites cause in the body.
Any person with certain working brain functions can work out 'My head hurt last week and now my eye sight is fading and I feel nauseous all the time, somethings not right.'
Also these functions are at the rear of the brain, so your problem solving(frontal lobe) should be able to work out something is wrong.
User avatar #37 to #2 - auryn
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Most times when people slowly lose their cognitive functions due to age, disease, disorder they do notice.
#10 to #2 - adamks
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Well what if your memory started worsening, or your motor functions got really insecure. You could notice theese things and you could go see a doctor. And I assume at least some of that would happen before you died.
#6 - zodapop
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If through the years every board of a boat is replaced with an identical one, is it still the same boat? And if not, at what point does it stop being the original boat?

Likewise, if each brain cell is, over the course of maybe a year or two, replaced with, say, an identical nanobot, or an identical neuron from a different animal, is it still the same brain? And once again, if it isn't, then at what point does it stop being so?
User avatar #31 to #6 - enigmaticspirit
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Ship of Theseus. In my opinion for conscious beings, it ceases to be the same when the soul or consciousness changes from the host to the parasite. For the ship, it depends on your personal attachment to the item. Everyone has a different answer. If I add a Pokemon card to a collection it is still my same collection, but someone else could say it is just 50 seperate cards. The collection is abstract, so you could say the same for a ship. It's just a collection of wood, anything it makes up is abstract. You can add a new sail and it is still the ship, not a ship plus an additional sail. Someone else could say otherwise. It's all perception, your own abstract definition that can vary from person to person. "This broom has lasted me 50 years, only replaced to brushes three times and the stick four times." Each replacement doesn't make it one half the new broom, one half the old, unless you decide so. It's all just collected wood and plastic.
#40 to #31 - youlikeme
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there is no soul. the parasite and you would share the same consciousness.
User avatar #26 to #6 - talonwooten
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it stops being the original after the first thing is changed or something I don't know kill me
#29 - huzibizi
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Yes, you would notice something.
Yes, you would notice something.
User avatar #41 to #29 - norkas
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Your brain has no pain receptors.
User avatar #48 to #41 - huzibizi
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I think you would notice yourself twitching/having a seizure/losing motor control/etc.
#32 - stepsword
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for the sake of animorphs, refuse to believe this
User avatar #42 to #32 - iamkagji
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There are no pain receptors in your brain
User avatar #34 to #32 - raynagrimm
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the brainslugs simply lived in the wrinkles of the brains and controlled the body of what it inhabited

on another note, i hated how that series ended, kinda felt sloppy like they were ready to get it over with
#35 to #34 - stepsword
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yeah but it was really painful when the yeerks went in the person's brain
maybe it was ear pain and not brain pain
User avatar #36 to #35 - raynagrimm
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yeah, what ever way they got in to the brain area it would probably hurt like a mother
User avatar #12 - pabloenis
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What if it eats the part for seeing/hearing/etc wouldn't you notice that?
#38 to #12 - anon id: 89e17fa1
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yes
#15 to #12 - telfyr
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no because it replaces it
#44 - anon id: 5c214787
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Well technically, you'd not be killed then. The parasite would have to replicate you and your personality perfectly to ensure that it isn't noticed and then it would simply work as some kind of prosthetic.

inb4 "You're just overthinking it"
User avatar #27 - Mastermaster
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So basically "The Thing"? (the movie from 1982)
#18 - xcoreyx
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If that's true then it sounds like the perfect way to go
User avatar #17 - reican
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Last of us in a nutshell
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