Did anyone say maggots?. I have no clue of what's going on. morbid maggots
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#14 - biot
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User avatar #29 - Hyoukin
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(01/06/2013) [-]
I remember seeing a story similar to this on a TV show. "Untold Stories of the ER" or something like that. It's a happy ending, they clean the guys leg, get him new clothes and let him shower up and have a meal at the hospital. His leg heals fine.


...yaay?
User avatar #30 - galacticboner
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(01/06/2013) [-]
Don't maggots eat up rotten flesh and help gangreene heal up?
User avatar #36 to #30 - sirformidio
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they do.
they can also eat normal flesh.
#28 - kirbyking
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#13 - thegrayfox
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And some ketchup please.
And some ketchup please.
#4 - shinkaia
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Can you imagine being the doctor, having to deal with that, can't imagine how horrid the smell must be, rotting skin with the smell of blood lingering in the air, as if a thousand maggots festering an open wound wasn't enough to make you vomit
User avatar #16 - fishtacos
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Maggots are actually used sometimes to treat Gangrene and other flesh-eating viruses, as they only eat dead tissue and therefore can easily get rid of any traces of the disease. This is what I think is going on in this picture.
User avatar #17 to #16 - godtherapist
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While you are correct in the usage of maggots, I think that in this instance he is actually just covered in maggots. Might be the only thing that kept him alive.
#34 - brutaldeathmetal
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User avatar #23 - yournewstepdad
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heres a link to the video Im pretty sure its the same guy
www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8uYE6TJ5X8
User avatar #24 to #23 - fasthink
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(01/06/2013) [-]
"Please let it be a rick roll... please let it be a rick roll... please let it be a rick roll... DAMMIT IT'S THE REAL THING!"
#25 to #24 - yournewstepdad
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User avatar #26 to #25 - fasthink
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It looks pretty fak do
Seriously,it does looke really fake. It's just the initial shock of seeing it that leads you to believe it's real.
User avatar #32 to #26 - cobaltlumi
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Its a reenactment of it
#20 - anon id: 1820824a
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Why does the foot with a ton of maggots still have the shoe on, while the other, maggot-free foot is shoeless?
User avatar #21 to #20 - phantomi
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I would answer this but I am too busy being sick...
#22 to #20 - gregy
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i saw a video on youtube about this...he is homeless and he didn't have shower for so long, that maggots "found home" on his nasty legs
i saw a video on youtube about this...he is homeless and he didn't have shower for so long, that maggots "found home" on his nasty legs