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View Full Version : (stupid thread #3,527) - cutting that dangling thing in the back of your throat


Buttmunker
05-04-08, 08:54 PM
Has anyone ever done, or thought about, taking a large pair of sissors and cutting that dangling thing that hangs in the back of your throat (the "uvula"), just to see if it would hurt?

whotony
05-04-08, 09:04 PM
thats just stupid, why would anyone think about doing that.

Cardsfan111
05-04-08, 09:09 PM
Be sure to let us know how that turns out for you.

TomOpus
05-04-08, 09:17 PM
Maybe it's just me, but I don't need to cut a body part just to see if it'll hurt.

Just like I don't jump off of buildings just to be sure gravity works.

Arpeggi
05-04-08, 09:24 PM
Pics after it's done.

orangerory
05-04-08, 10:29 PM
http://www.ski-epic.com/snoring/stuartLAUP.jpg

JoeyOhhhh
05-04-08, 10:38 PM
This thread title made me cringe, thanks!

Bronkster
05-04-08, 11:46 PM
Be a man! Use pliers! YANK REAL HARD!!

Kittydreamer
05-04-08, 11:57 PM
Can I have some of whatever you're having? :D

The Cow
05-04-08, 11:59 PM
So would you be "Uvuless"?

Mrs. Danger
05-05-08, 12:01 AM
I got a paper cut on my uvula once. It hurt.

tasha99
05-05-08, 12:06 AM
I got a paper cut on my uvula once. It hurt.
:whofart:

I had a growth on the end of my uvula. Doctors cut it out when they took my tonsils and adnoids out in the 4th grade.

DoomsDave
05-05-08, 12:23 AM
I heard they can cut that thing off to help stop snoring. Any truth to that?

Sorraffy
05-05-08, 12:28 AM
Has anyone ever done, or thought about, taking a large pair of sissors and cutting that dangling thing that hangs in the back of your throat (the "uvula"), just to see if it would hurt?

So there actually exist parts of the human body that are immune to pain by means of cutting? Do scientists know about this? You need to ask someone, this could be a huge break through for the human body!!!

*don't go to work this week, i'm afraid if someone doesn't say this i'll hear about it on the news later on probably started by "10 people at ..... had to be hospitalized after a coworker removed their uvulas"

MartinBlank
05-05-08, 01:13 AM
:lol: Fucked up thread. Thanks! rotfl

calhoun07
05-05-08, 01:54 AM
Has anyone ever done, or thought about, taking a large pair of sissors and cutting that dangling thing that hangs in the back of your throat (the "uvula"), just to see if it would hurt?

Are you five years old?

Buttmunker
05-05-08, 06:55 AM
So there actually exist parts of the human body that are immune to pain by means of cutting? Do scientists know about this? You need to ask someone, this could be a huge break through for the human body!!!

Well actually, you can cut pieces of the brain out without there being pain, because the brain doesn't have any nerve endings. And since the brain is a part of the human body, I'd hold off calling the scientists.

RunBandoRun
05-05-08, 11:06 AM
"Has it ever dawned on you that it may be your uvula?"

"Gee, no! I must have stupidly glossed right over my uvula!"

:D

taa455
05-05-08, 11:08 AM
Naw, that won't hurt at all. Go ahead!

Charlie Goose
05-05-08, 12:58 PM
Don't forget to set up the camera and record the actual snipping.

10-7
05-05-08, 02:03 PM
I got a paper cut on my uvula once. It hurt.
:whofart: Ok... I'll bite... How? -confused-

Mrs. Danger
05-05-08, 04:18 PM
:whofart: Ok... I'll bite... How? -confused-

Long story. Probably NSFW, too.

mhg83
05-05-08, 05:10 PM
Don't forget to set up the camera and record the actual snipping.

and post it on youtube. You'll be a star for sure.

criptik28
05-05-08, 05:15 PM
Well actually, you can cut pieces of the brain out without there being pain, because the brain doesn't have any nerve endings. And since the brain is a part of the human body, I'd hold off calling the scientists.

Technically you can cut your hair and fingernails/toenails without pain as well.

mbs
05-05-08, 05:18 PM
So there actually exist parts of the human body that are immune to pain by means of cutting? Do scientists know about this?

Yes and yes.

That said, I think there are nerve endings in the uvula. I've heard (third or fourth hand) that uvula piercings can be quite painful.