pesco at September 30th, 2013 11:40 — #1
gastronaut at September 30th, 2013 11:54 — #2
Forehead protruberances gross me out, so unfortunately a unicorn chaser will only make this worse.
sour60 at September 30th, 2013 12:06 — #3
I'd love to pick his brain about this.
marlboromonkey7 at September 30th, 2013 12:21 — #4
Keep both I say, but retube for snorkeling, like...
spunkytws at September 30th, 2013 12:54 — #5
My forehead has no nose.
"How does it smell?"
aaron_harmon at September 30th, 2013 13:08 — #6
As weird as it looks, it seems that the placement might facilitate “simply” cutting the new nose free from the nostrils to the bridge, leaving the bridge connection intact, and rotating it down to the traditional nose location.
brainspore at September 30th, 2013 13:29 — #7
"The forehead is a traditional place to get extra tissue from to
rebuild a nose," says Shehan Hettiaratchy, Chief of Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery at the Imperial College Healthcare NHS, who the
BBC quoted as an expert on the matter.
"Ooh, we should all just defer to the 'expert'!"
What a brow-noser.
mrmark at September 30th, 2013 13:30 — #8
I had no idea how bad my hat smelled
adamrice at September 30th, 2013 14:41 — #9
This may look unusual
No, this does look unusual.
monitorhead at September 30th, 2013 16:50 — #10
was about to post one of my dad's tried and true jokes—
but it's already been done. aww..
irmo at September 30th, 2013 16:54 — #11
boundegar at September 30th, 2013 16:55 — #12
In a fight, he could get punched in both noses. Definitely a combat disadvantage.
prestonsturges at September 30th, 2013 17:31 — #13
The surgical team is saddened to announce that this patient died just days before his scheduled surgery. According to the coroner's report, he drowned while taking a shower.
prestonsturges at September 30th, 2013 17:44 — #14
The use of tissue bridges to reconstruct the nose was pioneered by the French who created new noses for men that had lost their noses in sword duels. The flap of skin was from the forearm, and the arm was lashed to the patients face for a couple weeks.
vrplumber at September 30th, 2013 17:56 — #15
Something witty about "Plain as the nose on your face"
pesco at October 5th, 2013 11:40 — #16
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