July 30, 2012

While showing off her new surgically altered 'ELF EARS'...

So apparently people really do this.

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  1. There's a really good chance her kids will be born with her intellect though...

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    1. Having kids would first require someone desperate enough to stick their dick in this crazy woman.

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    2. The great thing is she's dumb enough any guy could get her... the bad thing is she's dumb enough any guy could get her.

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    3. I can see it now. She's in the hospital, having just delivered her baby. She looks at her newborn and exclaims, "Wait, but, but, he doesn't have elf ears! This can't be my baby!"

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  2. Darwinism, please work your magic, I mean science...

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    1. You mean you hope for her to win a Darwin Award?

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    2. Anonymous, do you happen to have elf ears, by any chance? ;)

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  3. By that logic I'm going to get turned into Robocop so I can have Robocop kids.

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  4. Lamarck and Lysenko nod approvingly.

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    1. Awesome post. (You beat me to it)

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  5. There is not a facepalm big enough T_T

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  6. All she needs to do now is find the Triforce! "He/She who touches it will have whatever he/she desires granted!"

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  7. Am I the only one thinking that the plastic surgeon who performed this idiocy should lose his license?

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    1. If it was a surgeon. Ear pointing is usually at the hands of a piercer or tattoo artist.

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  8. I'm surprised she can read. Maybe she just looks at the pictures.

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  9. The coolest part is that now she got this gone there's a really good chanc that she won't have kids.

    At least I hope so.

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  10. I have no problem with body modification or fandom, but perhaps such people should put a little less time, effort, and money into looks and recreational pursuits and a little more into educating themselves.

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  11. Wow. If that's true, my kids will all be born with tattoos, fillings, and scars.

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  12. I think certain body-mods should include an entrance exam. Then again, I think the same about having kids.

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  13. What if Zelda was a girl.

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  14. Anon 3:02... Zelda was a girl.

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  15. Jesus Christ, Lamarckianism and Lysenkoism are still things? Fuck.

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  16. From what I've learned from a body mod enthusiast friend of mine, elf ears are extremely popular. There was even a recent episode of Law & Order: SVU that mentioned / showed them.

    As for this girl, I'm hoping the anaesthetic temporarily went to her head.

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  17. But she's right.
    That thing that will never happen is THE COOLEST PART of those ears.

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  18. Just like how all my children were born with their left ear already pierced. Genetics are neat.

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  19. Here might be the logic. As a newborn she had her ears pierced because her parents got them pierced and told her she was born that way because they had ear piercings. I would not expect parents who get their baby's ear pierced to be too high on the IQ curve, nor have the ability to raise someone who is.

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    1. I think parents who get their baby's ears pierced are acting on a cultural prediliction, rather than from a low IQ. However, if the parents actually told their child that they were born that way, then yes, definitely not high on the IQ curve.

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    2. oops, sorry, "predilection"

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  20. At least the ACNE is 100% guaranteed.

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  21. Always amusing how long the belief in Lamarckian genetics has persisted, when the empirical evidence it doesn't work is around us constantly. Among other things, if it worked, I wouldn't have needed to have been circumcised. (My ancestors have been taking 20% off the top for, what, 4000 years now?) (Insert joke about the Rabbi who didn't get paid for circumcisions here. Also, the one about the briefcase.)

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  22. Anyone else thinking about that episode of South Park with the dolphinoplasty?

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  23. Is this the famous Reverend Jen of the Lower East Side? http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimkiernan/6740299871/

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  24. i refuse to believe this one is true. for the sake of my own sanity.

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  25. Good luck getting a job looking like that, princess Zelda...

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  26. Yes and you should trim your nails really short when you're pregnant so the baby doesn't scratch you.

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