Bloody Injuries Need Some Medical Attention

Bloody Injuries Need Some Medical Attention

I’ve got a couple of videos here of two people with some terrible injuries. The first is someone with their hand practically chopped in half dangling by a sliver of flesh. You can see all the gooey, muscly goodness inside. The second video I’m unsure how he was injured…it could be a gunshot wound. The guy is still very much alive but his neck is an open, bloody mess. He gives a little gurgle and I’m sure after a few stitches, maybe a chin implant he’ll be as good as new.

22 thoughts on “Bloody Injuries Need Some Medical Attention

  1. Wouldn’t be too intricate for the surgeons to work their way in and out .in to reshaping that dangling hand back to what it used to look normally …….
    I can conclude for certain either the guy was habituated to often playing with the loaded guns pointing the barrel upwards without the safety catch on ;always looking to see where sits the bullet exactly or it was a failed suicide attempt on his part because the dentist had denied him an appointment .. it was a case of a cat who nearly got killed out of curiosity
    Whatever the aftermath ;he is one lucky fella to be in the able hands of skinsmiths now . Once out form the hospital ;I’m gonna phone up his dentist to fix an appointment .

  2. Hi everyone. I feel like this site is my second home, I know and have exchanged messages with so many of you. Anyway, I don’t know why but I wanted to share with you all what’s going on in my life at the moment. My Mum died of cancer on 12th December 2018. It was very sudden, we only found out she had cancer five days before she died. I was in the hospital with her, in a private room, holding her hand when she took her last breath. Then, last weekend, my dear old Dad was rushed into the same hospital with internal bleeding from what the doctors thought was a stomach ulcer. But when the surgeons looked, they saw that a large section of his bowel had died. They stitched him back up and could do nothing further for him. He died on the gurney coming back from the operating theatre. It was only yesterday evening 18th February at 5pm when he died. I was going to visit and chat with him, but instead I had to talk to his dead body and hold his cold, hands. His head and arms were still warm, and I kissed him on the forehead. Not that he knew. Now I’m in total shock and grieving for both my parents. We didn’t always get along, we had our ups and downs, but essentially, we all loved each other and I was very close to both my mum and dad. I feel like an orphan, even though I’m a grown ass woman. I don’t know how I’m going to cope, I wish I was dead – I feel lost, I don’t know where to turn and I’m frightened. I wish I would have died too, but I can’t wish that as I’ve got a 15 year old son to take care of. How the Hell am I going to cope with this? Has anyone else here lost both their parents within weeks of each other? If so, how did you deal with it, and does it get any better? Thanks for reading this to the end, I apologize that this post has nothing to do with our usual topics. Much love to all of you – take care out there.

    • Oh @alliegrace
      I’m so very very sorry for your losses..huge huge hugs to you my love…
      Im not familiar with losing loves ones back to back,but im VERY familiar with loss…all my immediate family is gone now…

      Take it day by day,if that’s too much,you go to hours..hour by hour,min by min,and second by just keep time,it gets easier,but you’ll be mourning the rest of your life…grief has no time limits…if you ever need a shoulder,please,feel free to pm me babes… You’re in my thoughts& prayers sister!…

      P.s….go give your boy a huge hug,everytime you get that thought of i wanna end it all..go hug him! I swear to you,this method worked for me after my son died…everytime i thought of killing myself,or giving up,I’d go hug my daughter…she didn’t get it,she didn’t need to,she just knew to hug back… Sounds weird,but hugs heal… ❤

    • Omg I’m so incredibly sorry for your loss. I can’t even begin to imagine what you’re going through. Losing any loved one is terrible but both of your parents so close to one another I can’t fathom. That has to be one of the hardest things to go through and the thought of losing my mom terrifies me.

      The only thing that has ever helped me cope with a loss is time and focusing on those that I still have in my life. You’ll never get over what you’ve lost but as time goes on you’ll get used to it as sad as that sounds. It’s gonna hurt like hell, especially in the beginning, but we’re all here for you and don’t hesitate to message any time. Focus on your son and hold him close like ladywicked said. You will find a way to get through this, it’ll be hard but I know you’ll get there. I’m so very sorry.

    • @alliegrace
      Oh Allie, I’m sorry for both of your losses 🙁 There’s not much more I can add that the comments above hadn’t said already, but you’ll definitely be in my prayers.
      My Uncle Frank also passed away on Feb 18th, but in 2010, so that date stings even more now.
      You’re not alone dear, you have your son and this mostly great group of members over here.
      It will get better Allie, it always does, message me any time if you need to talk it out or anything. *big hug*

    • I’m so sorry @alliegrace… I’ve never lost a parent so I cannot understand that aspect. But I’ve had losses where I never thought I’d get passed the grief. Fortunately time does heal. As cliche as that sounds.
      We eventually adapt to the loss and slowly move on. Sometimes it may take longer than others so never feel guilty at how much time you need to grieve.

      Good luck to you. ❤️

  3. Hi All,

    Thank you so much for all your kind messages and empathy. Your understanding and kindness did make me feel much better. The grief seems to come over you in waves, then goes away for a while – then back again. The only way to feel better is to have a good cry. I know we might all be a bunch of (nice) weirdos here, on this site (well I am anyway) but there are a lot of caring people amongst us. I’m still struggling, and probably will be for a while yet, but it’s amazing how you can sometimes put a brave face on in front of the world. Then, other times I’m walking through the streets, blubbering, face like a beetroot, mascara and tears all down my mug.Ugly crying in public. I’m too sad to be embarrassed. It’s not all misery though, I do have my son with me, who is a total joy, and who gets many, many hugs. Probably more than he needs, but he doesn’t seem to mind.

    Anywho, thanks again for your kind words, keep on keeping on everybody! Life is hard, but we all have to be brave. Knowing there are good folks out there like you lot make it easier for me to hold my head up.


    I hope I’ve not left anybody out, but if I have I apologise.

    Allie xx

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