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September 26, 2012


The extraordinary look, which is created by injecting saline into the forehead, then pressing in the centre of the swollen area with a thumb, is a hit on the country's underground body modification scene.

(Thanks to Chuck Cody, Jeff Meyerson, bonmot, The Amazing Steve and Joe in Japan)


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Was there a planet-wide alien brain theft recently ?

It certainly is stupid looking an interesting look! No thanks!

Well, all you parents who have been dreading the day little Ashley comes home with a tattoo can start dreading something else, I guess.

Think of it this way: For the two hours they're getting their heads pumped up with water and the following 16-24 hours of staring in the mirror and posing for pictures they can't get into much trouble, right?

I vant to PUMP you up!


snork to all ! I can't decide which is stupider: this or tongue piercing. Tough call.



They don't put their locks on it?

From the group "Smashmouth":

She was lookin' kind of dumb,
With her finger and her thumb,
In the shape of an "L" on her forehead.

Let's hope these people never reproduce!

I heard that song many times, and I had no idea that was in the lyrics. Makes it even more amusing.

If the swelling lasts more than four hours, you're unlikely to reproduce, anyway. So just go for it.

'bagel head' is better than 'sphincter head'.

I only thought Carrie "Princess Leia" Fisher looks good as a bagel head!

(Geezer bus tickets to anyone who remembers the opening of a small little SciFi movie called Star Wars.

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