61 () posted 42 days ago by LoneWolf5597 42 days ago by LoneWolf5597 +63 / -2 26 comments share 26 comments share save hide report block hide replies
"Occasionally cadaver flesh is"
Jesus, time to get off the organ donors list
I can't imagine. Even the idea of getting a bone graft for a bad tooth has been freaking me out. They make them from ground up cadaver bones. They assure me it's a perfectly normal procedure and the bones are irradiated and cleaned, but I'm putting it off as long as possible.
If I was told to replace my genitals with corpse-meat I'd just 41% myself early to get it over with.
Maybe a silly question, but if bones from animals were used instead, would you be equally put off by the prospect?
Is there a chance that the human body would have an averse reaction to them even if bones are rather more inert than any other body part?
Believe me I thought about that a lot already, because apparently other dentists do offer animal or artificial grafts. Animal or human probably gross me out equally.
The human sourced bone is supposed to have the highest compatibility (less chance of failure) while the artificial material has the lowest compatibility. It just sits there to hold the implant in place but doesn't trigger growth of new bone.
Personally, if it were animal bones, I don't think I'd care that much. I've had animal bones in my mouth before. Every time I eat chicken wings, or when I was younger and my mother would place large bones from the drumsticks of a turkey in a pot to flavour a soup. Sure, it might be different to use those bones as teeth, but it's not like it'd be the first time I've had them in my mouth. The only reason we don't consider bones food is because our teeth and jaws aren't made to grind them up.
But if there's a lesser compatibility like you say, then I can see why you wouldn't want to do it. If you're going to pay to have something like that inserted in your dentures, then you want something that will work and won't require multiple operations.
I know I would feel better about animal bone, using human bones makes me think of cannibalism. I'm not eating it but it's still in my mouth.
Oh boy do I have a creepypasta for you regarding all the skin cells from other people on your food from cooking and handling! 🍳
Disclaimer: I don't actually have a creepypasta about this but it is both a thing and so likely had a creepypasta about it already anyway.
I now hate you for this.
Naw. We are all meat in the meat grinder anyway. I'm certainly not the one turning it. Once you make peace with this fundamental facet of reality, you are liberated.
The jawbone decays when there's no pressure on it so the longer you wait the more cadaver bone they'll need to use. Implant is way better than a bridge.
Apparently the 41% is attempted suicide, and only like 5% (20x higher) actually succeed. So you don't get fact checked in a debate. Still an undeniable sign of mental illness.
Yup. Why do you think Canada is now a one-stop shop for assisted suicide?
Aren't their 'vaginas' basically rotting wounds?
They're not "basically". They fucking are rotting wounds. The entire reason they need to dilate for their entire life is because it will literally fuse shut because it's trying to heal itself.
You just reminded me of the dilation station at GDQ.
FWIW, that was a hoax. GDQ is still cringe.
I think I'm more disappointed we didn't use this earlier since it's so apt for what they do to people!
Wait till you guys find out what they do with the foreskin they rip of boys in the United States. This is hardly a new horror.
Read somewhere that it was used in women's cosmetics like face cream. Trying to remember the source.
God dammit, this does not bring joy for my current Stellaris games where I'm playing Necroid empires because it's absurdly OP and deals with several of my pet peeves about the AI being pants on head retarded.
For those wondering Necroids are things like vampires that "consume" other sentiments in order to reproduce, converting a population from one species to another. This makes it a great way to remove shit species from the game while also increasing your own populations.
Endless Space 2 has a version of this with the Vodyani empire.
Yeah, I didn’t know necromorphs was a thing until they started bringing it up. So you can only blame yourself for the increased usage.
Bleurg. Remind me to put in place stronger language that I want to be cremated after death and no part of my body is to be used in any kind of Frankenstein manner.
I realize it's not the intention, but all the woke shit EA/Motive put into the remake ironically makes the CEC more of an evil company than it already was.