He Should Become A Pirate

All he needs is the hook and he is all set. Peg Leg bastard.

32 Comments
  • thundermug May 16, 2006

    This guy could still kick for the 49ers.

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  • justwrong May 16, 2006

    ^^^Or use it for a new web site... "My daughters fucking a crackers stump"

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  • jennycks May 16, 2006

    i have no leg! i have no leg! (singing)

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  • bludevil12 May 16, 2006

    he prabably did something stupid so beat his ass with the stump

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  • vicky_pollard May 16, 2006

    those legs are so fucking skinny it probably snapped off !!

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  • pablosdog May 16, 2006

    something is wrong here. his face looks plastic!

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  • jgimages May 16, 2006

    maybe they should've save the part of the leg that got cut off.......and attached it to his dick........remember he's white......

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  • calibaldie May 16, 2006

    They need to aputate taht big stump. i agree with pablo his face looks plastic.

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  • briandee May 16, 2006

    Doctor to patient..."Mr Smith I have good news and bad news". Patient.."give me the bad news first Doc". Doctor.. "I have made an error and cut off your good leg". Patient " Oh no oh no waaaah, the good news Doc"? Doctor..."Your bad leg is getting better".

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  • jgimages May 16, 2006

    i think they call this guy "skippy"

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  • jennycks May 16, 2006

    LOL LOL.......JG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • abombay May 16, 2006

    actually hes lookin like..holy shit ur gonna do what to the rest of my leg

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  • samdog May 16, 2006

    Looks like gangrene receiving hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Good luck with that. Probably be walking in a circle from now on.

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  • 1badmofo May 16, 2006

    The next time he's hitching a ride, the driver can tell him to HOP in

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  • thundercat May 16, 2006

    poor sonofabitch

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  • dalangvads May 16, 2006

    Could have lost it through cancer or something like that, would explain why the other leg is so skinny and his skin pasty. Wouldnt want to be him - poor guy ... hope he does well in his recovery.

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  • redneck71 May 16, 2006

    he now works at ihop !!

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  • youngblood48 May 16, 2006

    ^^^^^lmfao you are sick ...you can stay!

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  • tweek312 May 16, 2006

    redneck71... ROFLMFAO! That was classic.

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  • frootyhooty May 17, 2006

    redneck, LOL!

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  • johnnynz May 17, 2006

    looks like he's growing an elephant leg or he's another escapee?

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  • cap-n_obvious May 17, 2006

    I dont normally see stuff like this but damn it's hard to miss, it looks like he has a huge boner in the first picture maybe that leg died from lack of blood

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  • jesta31 May 17, 2006

    he'll never walk alone lol

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  • lollagirl May 17, 2006

    i wonder if he gets a discount on shoes :P

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  • sexyebony May 17, 2006

    jgimages you're fucking hilarious... but you're right. redneck71...lmfao but something is obviously wrong with him

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  • bebad269 May 18, 2006

    ihop LMFAO

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  • youngblood48 May 18, 2006

    bebad keep it short from now on, you spell much better^^^^lmfao

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  • jgimages May 19, 2006

    hey redneck.....thats some funny shit

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  • tripple_six May 20, 2006

    rofl jennycks

    ive never known anyone that liked the movie kids...

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  • moonchild69 May 21, 2006

    i don't pick on the sick...

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  • vervain May 29, 2006

    i'd still do him.

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  • jacksonsguilty July 12, 2006

    Samdog, you're wrong. That's not hyperbaric oxygen therapy. It's called a woundvac and provides a light vacuum (about 125 mmHg below ambient sea level pressure of 760 mmHg) to draw out exudate (pussy, or should I say pus-like ooze) and pull blood and interstitial fluid to the site to promote granulation tissue and angiogenesis, or the forming of new blood vessels and tissue. It's an amazing tool made by a company called KCI. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBO or HBOT) on the other hand, is the use of oxygen at higher than atmospheric pressures [Hyper (Increased) + baric (pressure)] to treat wounds in what looks like a submarine. Patients and a nurse or attendant go inside and breathe oxygen from a hood. What's different about breathing oxygen in the chamber, as opposed to at the surface, is Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure. If I breathe 100% oxygen, that's 100%. You can't get any stronger than that... unless you increase the atmospheric pressure. In the chamber at 3 times atmospheric pressure (3 ATA or the equivalent of 66' pressure below the ocean) the Surface Equivalent Fractional Inspired Oxygen SEFIO2 becomes 300% relative to atmospheric conditions. This has several effects. These include vasoconstriction, angiogenesis, enhancement of fibroblast deposition, enhancement of neutrophil, basophil and eosinophil response and phagocytosis of bacteria, countering anaerobic alpha-toxins, as well as a oxidative killing effect on anaerobic bacteria. A crush injury or compartment syndrome is an approved indication for HBOT, but there's no crushed foot here. If it were a chonic osteomyelitis or diabetic wound, we might see this patient going to HBO treatments, but in this case the wound vac, debridement and wound care, along with antibiotics should do the trick. Oh, I'm not a doctor, but I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.

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