'frozen woman' returns to life...

richie_stix

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Nature performs many astonishing feats, yet it is a different matter altogether when we human beings push past the boundaries of normal. It was a viciously cold morning in Lengby, Minnesota, when a man discovered his 19-year old neighbor, Jean Hilliard, lying in the snow. Her whole body was frozen solid from the night before, when temperatures dropped twenty-five degrees below zero. Apparently, Jean was trying desperately to reach her neighbor for help when her car skidded off the road. When her body was discovered she was immediately sent to the local hospital, where her condition stunned the doctors. One of the nurses said that Jean was “so cold, it was like reaching into a freezer” and that “her face was absolutely white, just this ashen, death look.” Jean was also seriously frostbitten, and none of her limbs would bend or move.

The hospital staff did everything possible, yet the situation was dire. Even if Jean were to regain consciousness, she would more than likely have severe brain damage, and she was frostbitten to the degree that both her legs would have to be amputated. Her family gathered in prayer, hoping for a miracle. 2 hours later, Jean went into violent convulsions, and regained consciousness. She was perfectly fine, mentally and physically, although a bit confused. Even the frostbite was slowly disappearing from her legs to the doctors’ amazement. She was released 49 days later without losing a single finger, and sporting only minor scars.

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Madness...I used to do this to bumble bees when i was younger...Put them in the yellow pod inside a kinder egg, popped them in the freezer...then thawed them out and watch them fly away!! (my precious)

- I thought frost bite was irreversible??...hummm
 

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You like searching pictures of ice & dead bodies innit Richie.

First frozen piss kills, now this.

I hope you don't use the same PC as your dear Mother.

She would be shocked & distraught at your behaviour.

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Madness...I used to do this to bumble bees when i was younger...Put them in the yellow pod inside a kinder egg, popped them in the freezer...then thawed them out and watch them fly away!! (my precious)

- I thought frost bite was irreversible??...hummm
freeze the bee, tie i peice of cotton to its leg...hhoorrraayyyyy!!!! a bee on a leash...great times.
 

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freeze the bee, tie i peice of cotton to its leg...hhoorrraayyyyy!!!! a bee on a leash...great times.
Even more entertaining with a Wasp, tie it around the abdomen for increased manouverability.

Wasp on a leash + Hash Buckets + School Bus = Untold Win
 

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We could hold an official 'BEE OFF' at the next forum meet!??

-or wasp...whatever your weapon of choice is!??...

Bit like dog fighting!! YEEEAAAHHH!!!!
 

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:)

lol Sammy.

Has anybody ever been the victim of their own pet?

I got super stoned & started trying to entice Wasp-E into its 3rd attack on Kirk Wickenden, the school gimp, Wasp-E must have had enough of his cryogenic existence & turned on me like Frankensteins Monster.

Instead of punishing the gimp, he stung me 3 times in the face & flew off to freedom.

I miss him.
 

dnb in ya face

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got to the end of this thread and forgot what it was about in the first place. I was think hmmm how did a thread get to a conversation about playing pokemon with wasps and bee's on a leash.

I dont think Ive laughed so hard so far this week, so funny, I have to sig.
 

richie_stix

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why do people keep reffering to bees as bumble bees. grow up ffs. or post in the gaming thread
because a bumble bee refers to a specific kind of be, the fat bumbling ones... they are not honey producers.



'regualr' bees or honey bees are completely different!



get an education ffs... or post in the gay-ming thread!
 
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