|erratic - 2011-12-18 |
I'm not watching the video and regret clicking the link just to say so because of the second preview image. 5 stars!
il fiore bel
Don't worry. It doesn't start to get horrifying until about 1:48 in. Until then it just pretty much looks like what La Loco said.
|La Loco - 2011-12-18 |
Oh my fucking god. Chew your pasta.
|Squeamish - 2011-12-18 |
Well. I'm going to go to the doctor ASAP and have him check me out, because DAMN
|il fiore bel - 2011-12-18 |
I remember dissecting nematodes in biology class. I've never seen so many at once, though. And spilling out of someone's slashed colon accompanied by blood, I guess.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-12-18 |
Google image search it. It's a beautiful creature.
|chumbucket - 2011-12-18 |
*does not have... blah blah, im getting another beer before i fiinish this thing
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-12-18 |
That's what happens when you eat the poo poo.
|Louis Armstrong - 2011-12-18 |
"Nematodes are people too!" Oh nematodes.....
|Pompoulus - 2011-12-18 |
On the other hand, life's just not the same without them.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2011-12-18 |
Does this come from drinking polluted water, then?
I made it halfway through and then started gagging.
|memedumpster - 2011-12-19 |
According to the Internets and where you look, either one in four people have these or one in six. That means of the people who have posted on this video so far...
|Simillion - 2011-12-19 |
This is a major problem worldwide. In areas where farming has to be done in poorly irrigated areas, subsistence farmers are pretty much forced to use human excrement as fertilizer, or risk starvation from malnourished crops. This is how it spreads rapidly across villages. With heavy rains or floods, i.e. in extreme weather, then the larvae travel for miles.
|Redford - 2011-12-19 |
I would really like to know who favorited this. Because you've got problems.
|eatenmyeyes - 2011-12-19 |
What an interesting choice in music.
|crojo - 2011-12-20 |
"Worldwide, 1.4 billion people are infected with A lumbricoides, with prevalence among developing countries as low as 4% in Mafia Island, Zanzibar, to as high as 90% in some areas of Indonesia."
"Local practices (eg, termite mound–eating in Kenya) may predispose to ascariasis in some populations."
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