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Thread: A real life C.O.W
June 15th, 2008 #1
A real life C.O.WThis dead alien-like being found in a small town in Thailand was claimed to be born from a cow and seems at first to be a severe case of birth malformation defect.
I feel bad for the poor thing
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June 15th, 2008 #3
note to self*
don't check the lounge while eating
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June 15th, 2008 #5
yikes. this reminds me of harlequin disease (note: images of dead infants)
...waitaminute. thats just a Pupu alien from Final Fantasy VIII
just give it a few Elixers, it'll go away.
June 15th, 2008 #6
That is a really bad cow. I recommend working on anatomy studies.
I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
June 15th, 2008 #7
June 16th, 2008 #8
The cow thing didn't freak me out at all... but holy CRAP! That Harlequin disease!!!
I can't even look at those pictures for more than a few seconds. That is some really REALLY creepy looking stuff. And it's not even the dead baby thing that is scary... it's just the looks on their faces... oooohhh <shudder>
Just thinking about it creeps me the fork out. I think you have officially ruined sleep for this night. There are just some things you can't 'un-see'!
June 16th, 2008 #9
OMG EL CHUPACABRAS!!!
I told you they were real!!! I TOLD YOU!!!!
EDIT: Harlequin disease. Holy crap. I just shat bricks.
June 16th, 2008 #10
Whoa, crazy. Funny how just if some little process goes differently in foetal development then the whole thing gets major-frakked.
Also, ever heard of lithopedions? AKA "stone babies" - the foetus calcifies...wargh.
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Mmm i was feeling a little fragile this morning anyway, but now, i feel somewhat worse. Sue this isn“t just a papier mache sculpture? I wish it was . . .
June 16th, 2008 #12
Any one of you guys thought that the farmer could be involved in all this? I demand a DNA study!