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Disgusting Video of the Day: Pat Barry Loses a Wisdom Tooth

(Props: IronForgesIron)

Damn. So they really just yank ‘em out of your head, huh? Thankfully I’ve never had to get my wisdom teeth removed like the UFC heavyweight shown above, but I hear it’s The Absolute Worst. Quick poll: Most painful medical procedure you’ve ever had. Go.

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wocaomike- July 25, 2011 at 6:36 pm

I tide fashion

wander on the beach with fashion

Good-looking, not expensive

Free transport
XENOPHON- July 23, 2011 at 12:21 pm
@ theJuggernut - Thumbs up - your today's true Champion!

I might run a close third to everyone else here, except Pat Barry - I have never used Novocaine.

6 teeth pulled, one root canal, 12 cavities, one shattered tooth, 12 replaced amalgam fillings with fancy Dana White (Dwight) cream shot fillings.
thejugernut- July 22, 2011 at 10:08 am
I am not about to try to one up anyone.. But, I have had my jaw broken, bone removed, face reshaped, titanium plates put in screws installed. I have had my shoulder dislocated 4 times from a fight that resulted in surgery.. I have had my stomach get wrapped in my intestines (also from a fight) That crap is brutal..
intercept440- July 22, 2011 at 7:04 am
that is true wilson.
MyDonkeyPunch- July 22, 2011 at 6:44 am
After noticing that I was pissing blood after running, I went to the doctors and they performed a bunch of tests. Unfortunately, that wasn't good enough for them. They ended up performing a cystoscopy. It's where a camera enters your urethra. It wasn't bad when it was happening. I even laughed a little bit since my feet were up in stirrups and they had a clip on my penis to hold the numbing jelly. The part that sucked was when I had to piss. Picture only the finest razor blades coming out while they are spinning. And yes, I've been "rodded of the range" before. The cotton swab to the penis for STD's. That wasn't fun either.
Amsterdaam- July 22, 2011 at 5:31 am
I am currently recovering from ripping my knee from one side to the other on an escalator.

Pics or it didn't happen:
Prometheus- July 22, 2011 at 5:13 am
I was doing a paper in college when my left testicle decided to twist itself, cutting off its own circulation. Went to the hospital because I was vomiting from the pain. They cut my scrotum in half, twisted it back and sewed it to the side so it wouldn't twist again.
RwilsonR- July 21, 2011 at 10:17 pm
@ Interceptbad70'sshowjoke440 - yeah, sorry man. We both had the same awful idea for a joke. At least we got to reference the original Steve Austin.
ruffles- July 21, 2011 at 9:59 pm
I got a papercut once. Had to put a bandaid on it. It's haunted me to this day..
intercept440- July 21, 2011 at 9:56 pm
fucking wilson trying to take my shit again. muthafukka
intercept440- July 21, 2011 at 9:53 pm
i was the test pilot in an experimental plane that happend to crash at mach 6. only thing alive was my heart, my brian , and my massive cock. they had the resources, the technology, to rebuild me better , stronger , faster than ever before.... when i moved you here nah nah nah nah nah. and my name is steve austin... suck on that you fucking fag bitches. yeah muthafukka. i am bionic
Todd M- July 21, 2011 at 9:47 pm
Insert quasi humourous Karma ate my cum gay joke
As Good As Anyone- July 21, 2011 at 9:04 pm
since we're one upping each other about wisdom teeth, i might as well destroy all the stories.

when i was having my teeth removed, my oral surgeon accidentally stabbed my lingual nerve with his needle, then as he took out my tooth, ripped it nearly in half. now i have half my tongue stuck in dysthesia. it's a part paralysis part sleep sensation. it's 24/7 pins and needles on the right side of my tongue. the bonus is always talking like sean connery because i can't move my tongue. your move, junkie.
GistoftheFist- July 21, 2011 at 8:39 pm
Ugh. I had all four of my wisdom teeth removed too. All four impacted, one was horizontal. They had to split them with a chisel and pull out each piece and even had to take a bit of my jawbone to get one of them. But honestly, the two days of nausea from swallowing all that blood was worse than the two weeks of soreness. I didn't take the meds they gave me because the pills contained a narcotic that said "may cause nausea" so I just did without. What is really shitty is trying to feed yourself. You can't use a straw, can't have solids, even opening your mouth wide enough for a spoon hurts. And when you finally can chew again, it hurts all of your teeth since they haven't been in use for so long.
2and0- July 21, 2011 at 7:04 pm
I broke my wrist in a mountain bike accident. It fractured the radious was fractured along the bone like a wood maul by one of the smaller wrist bones. I was a minor so I had to sit in the hospital for 5 hours while they got ahold of my parents. I had to have surgery to put in two permanent screws and the pain was ungodly.
FlyingNinjaGoGoPlata- July 21, 2011 at 6:24 pm
training for a bjj tourney, i had a training partner decide he would try a takedown he'd never used before and he snapped my tibia and fibula clean in half. first, the emt's that showed up had a busted splint. so while i was high as a kite on morphine and feeling no pain, i could still feel the actual bones grinding together and my shin bending with each pothole we hit on the 20 minute drive to the hospital. considering it happened at 9pm, when i got to the hospital there was no orthopaedic surgeon on duty. we decided to postpone surgery til the next morning when the ortho doc would be there, so they drugged me up and splinted my leg. however they put the splint on wrong and it was pinching a nerve in the top of my right foot. i actually got no sleep that night, despite the pain meds, because my right foot felt like it was engulfed in flames. lame.
RwilsonR- July 21, 2011 at 6:13 pm
I was once involved in an experimental plane crash, and was a man left barely alive. But they had the technology to rebuild me. To be the first bionic man. To be better... stronger... faster. No wait, that was Lee Majors.
Well, I did have cataracts and got a prescription for weed to treat it. No wait, that was Nick Diaz.
Sorry, I've pretty much been healthy.
I think Dowellryan pretty much takes the cake on this one.
Bare Grappler- July 21, 2011 at 6:00 pm
Got my big toenail removed in boot camp wout any numbing medication. When the nurse asked me if I felt anything, I informed her that I most certainly had. She then said, "Oh my God I didn't numb you." I wanted to hit her, but then I would have been Tito.
charliemurphy- July 21, 2011 at 4:28 pm
Early this year in order to become stronger,faster, and hornier I offered my doctor $10,000 cash to pretend I suffered from testosterone deficiency, after a few forged papers and signatures I was living the good life. Muscle was just pouring on nearly out of control. My doctor assured me with my upcoming MMA fight I would be cleared regaurdless of my TRT, boy was he wrong; now I have PSAC up my ass and my employer told me I was "fucking fired." Web MD has no idea what to do and I'm simply lost over the entire situation.
tivo1980- July 21, 2011 at 4:28 pm
I fell 30 feet when my ladder set swung out and started to teeter on uneven ground about 8 weeks ago. The only reason I landed in the five foot strip of grass between lines of boulders is because I jumped away from the ladder. I broke some vertebrae, ribs, and punctured my lung. I could have died or ended up in a wheel chair. I'm grateful neither is the case. However, in the ER I had a chest tube inserted to suck the air out of my abdomen so I didn't have an embolism. No anesthesia, have to push out with lungs as they stab you with this thing to get past the cartilage and into your lung area. I know what it's like to get stabbed in the chest, not cool at all. During my first couple weeks of recovery sneezing, laughing, coughing, getting up/down, all hurt like hell. Hooray for narcotics!
MKO- July 21, 2011 at 3:48 pm
Fuckdamn, Dowellryan, that sounds awful.
For my lengthening all they did was split it in the middle and stretch it up; didn't have to have my foot locked in place. Having to physically get it stretched like that sounds excruciating.
Mine was supposed to be minimally invasive, just two small holes on either side the tendon, but had to open me up due to what the doctor called the thickest tendon he had ever seen. After waking up and getting my demerol, I half-consciously had a "that's what she said" joke when the doctor told me that.
NinjaVanish- July 21, 2011 at 3:44 pm
This year has been injury ridden one.July 2010 my gall bladder ruptured the morning of July 4th, at about 3am. Since the doctor who does the removals for that was on vacation, I had to wait till the night of the 5th to have it removed. Internal bleeding and no fun on the 4th of july last year. Morphine all day in the hospital. They put on my check in that I do stand up comedy, so every nurse told me lame ass jokes when they came in.

Jaw was operated on in January, removed my front right cainine and scraped the calcium deposits off my upper jaw which were interfering with my nasal cavity. They cut my upper gums off, shaved the bone, then sewed the roof of my mouth back on.

In May, we had a phospheric acid spill at work, leaking from a faulty container. It melted through my shoe and turned my right foot into a giant yellow hardened rock. COnstant pain, discussion of amputation was just taken off the table because the EMG started showing signs of Nerve activity.
CungwantsCookies- July 21, 2011 at 3:37 pm
there must be something in the water on this site, i had my achilles lengthened as well. had my posterior tibial tendon reconstructed and a stainless steel implant placed in the joint to lock it straight up and down. then had a bilateral pulmonary embolism three weeks after the surgery and almost croaked. that was a lovely day.
MKO- July 21, 2011 at 3:37 pm
Also, nurse didn't suture up my leg perfectly, and the doctor pulled out an internal stitch from the outside. Not the most painful thing ever, but it felt like getting stabbed and having my calf muscle yanked out; ripped the headrest off the doctor's exam chair. I thought what he pulled out was running the length of the incision, looked back and it was maybe a centimeter long.
MKO- July 21, 2011 at 3:30 pm
I just had my left Achilles' lengthened over the winter. Wasn't too bad. First week just felt like my leg was going to burst (I have a nice, 8" long scar running down my leg), after that, really didn't feel like anything.
Caveat: The week before I had my foot rearranged and ankle rebuilt. Had a few bones broken and wedged in to other bones, and a small plate and a few screws put in. I went the first two days with no pain meds. Horrible, horrible idea. The third night I had lightning bolt pains just fucking jolting my entire body. Promptly took 50mg of demerol. Worst pain ever.
The next week when I had my Achilles' lengthened, I immediately asked for demerol in my IV. Within 10 seconds I knew why people do heroin.
No walking for three months (two months sooner than projected!) and since about June I have been able to walk free of pain for the first time in about two years.
Also, after my first surgery (lasted almost 8 hours) I woke to find I had a catheter that I'm positive was gauged about two sizes two big. My dick dribbled for about a month after. Bitch nurse just yanked it out; didn't even get a good, close grip.