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Blowing your brains

 
HS Thomas
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A Melbourne dentist blew his nose with such force that he expelled 60% of his frontal lobe (part of the brain) through his sinuses
 
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But why he did that? Melbourne,I heard is a great city to live.Great city means lot of icecreams,cookies,that means lot of patients for him.
 
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I don't think it was intentional. Paramedics arrived and found him dead at the scene.
 
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I don't think is this possible?
 
HS Thomas
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Huh. Can you litigate this tragedy against the company from whom you purchased the box of tissues? I mean, the old lady who scalded herself on McDonald's coffee won her case. Should we expect Kleenex to take some responsibility where its customers are concerned?
New packaging with a warning for zealous nose blowers:
WARNING: Using this tissue could be dangerous to your health. Blowing your nose at greater than 30PSI may result in loss of brain matter.
Note to self: Easy on the blow.

Read it in the tabloids so it must be true...
[ April 26, 2004: Message edited by: HS Thomas ]
 
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A Melbourne dentist blew his nose with such force that he expelled 60% of his frontal lobe (part of the brain) through his sinuses
Got a link?
 
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