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    So This Bar Goes Into a Man...

    Have a bad day at work? This guy probably has you beat:

    http://news.yahoo.com/brazil-worker-...96.html?_esi=1

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    Now THAT'S a bad day
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    At least they didn't tell him to, "take two ibuprofens and call me tomorrow"!!!!!

    Gives me a headache!
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    Man! That's taking piercing to the extreme. Makes me want to be ill. Or have a stiff drink. Just suppose they decided they couldn't remove it, and left it there.
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    That happened to a buddy of mine named Kurt...the doc's were afraid to remove it...When folks seen him approaching, they'd often say "here comes Kurt and Rod"

    Sorry about that, I too had it happen to me, but the doc's did remove it, and ever since I've been an air-head

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    ummm...ouch!
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    Okay, I can see how he survived the metal rod going through his head but I am not sure how he survived being skinned for the picture you included......
    I may be getting a little older physically but mentally I'm still tarp as a shack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    That happened to a buddy of mine named Kurt...the doc's were afraid to remove it...When folks seen him approaching, they'd often say "here comes Kurt and Rod"

    Sorry about that, I too had it happen to me, but the doc's did remove it, and ever since I've been an air-head

    Lucky lucky man!

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