JAPANESE TOENAIL BONDAGE NIGHTMARE FUEL

This is the most horrifying goddamned thing I have ever seen on the Internet.

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22 Responses:

  1. Geoff Smith says:

    Nope. Not clicking play.

    • Jamie Zawinski says:

      Zero likes, WAT.

      • jmags says:

        You've finally found the thing to which nobody faps.

        • James says:

          I wish nobody fapped to that; then maybe we'd have U.S. Attorneys indicting torturers instead of having to wait for APA review boards. How can we expect people who can't even come up with a unified citation format to hold torturers accountable, anyway?

    • Jamie Zawinski says:

      Zero likes, WAT.

  2. Jeff Clough says:

    This is the most horrifying goddamned thing I have ever seen on the Internet.

    And yet, I push play...and despair.

    Also? Is it just me, or does that tranquil music do nothing to quiet the screams?

  3. M.E. says:

    Huh. Interesting. I mean, it's the same basic process as steambending wood. Get that shit hot and wet and go to town.

  4. Jered says:

    Seems like a pretty solid solution to a nasty ingrown toenail. The owner shouldn't have let it get that bad to start, though.

  5. Alan Smithee says:

    It was tricky, but...

    Wait, no. Nevermind.

    HWWWWOOOOOORRRRRLLL

  6. mspong says:

    Looks like someone here has never had ingrown toe nails. Compared to packing cotton lint in the crevice and slathering the site with Betadine this looks like magic.

    • Fraz says:

      Yeah, I agree with the earlier comment about never letting it get to this point, but having had ingrown toenails as a child this looks like the sort of device I would jury rig in my mind while limping in agony to my next class. I actually felt a sense of release watching this.

    • Grey Hodge says:

      I totally agree. I recently had mine operated on by a podiatrist. She was able to tell that my body requires a lot of anesthetic before I even told her, and after 6 shots I could still fee part of the operation painfully. However, it was LESS painful than living with the toe nail. As I watched this video, "Oh, that would feel SOOOO GOOD," kept repeating in my brain over and over.

      • Pavel Lishin says:

        Last time I had an ingrown toenail operated on, I had three shots - probably one of the most painful injections I've had - and I could still feel quite a bit. I just told her to keep cutting, it hurt less than the shots.

        • Dan says:

          Wow, I really feel for you guys. I must have been lucky. They sprayed a numbing solution on my skin, gave me the shots, and went at it. I didn't feel a thing. What was disturbing was the sounds, reminiscent of woodworking.

          • Pavel Lishin says:

            Five-flavored christ almighty, I don't remember any sounds.

            • Dan says:

              Yeah, it was odd. I didn't really feel anything directly, but I could feel his actions being transmitted up my leg, like someone was hitting me on the sole of my foot. It sounded like he was hammering a nail (of a different sort, obviously) into a piece of wood. And then a sound like he was digging the nail (of a different sort, obviously) back out of that piece of wood.

              That was actually the second time I had something done. I was first treated in the Nave while out at sea. The doctor there was very much a general practitioner type (as expected on a ship at sea). I don't remember what he did, exactly, but it hurt like blazes, and I was in a lot of pain for days. It did temporarily solve the problem, but it returned after I got out of the service. I finally went to a real podiatrist, and he took care of it quickly, permanently, and with very little pain and discomfort.

          • Grey Hodge says:

            My body is insane, it processes drugs at a very fast rate. When they inject the anesthetic into the toe, my doctor said it turns the skin very pale so she can tell by that when it's working. She was in the middle of shot two when she said she could see I was going to need a lot by the fact my skin wasn't turning pale. After shot three we tried it out, got partway there needed another, and another, and finally the sixth, mostly through the surgery, found the recalcitrant nerve and numbed the whole thing. Same thing happens to me at the dentist, before my gall bladder surgery, etc. I always require higher/more frequent doses of meds.

            • Dan says:

              Not me. I'm a cheap date...drugs seem to work quite well on me, in spite of me being a fairly large guy.

    • Kyle Huff says:

      The worst part is digging into the infected flesh with the sharp end of a nail file to pry out the needle-sharp nail fragment slowly working its way in there.

      That said, this doesn't look like any ingrown I've had. Something wrong with the nail growth or something.

  7. Erbo says:

    I've said it before, I'll say it again: We are not nearly afraid enough of the Japanese.

  8. lImbus says:

    when does it snap ?

  9. Stewart says:

    I found that really satisfying - I watched it twice. It's soothing like those compilation videos of people squeezing enormous blackheads and digging out huge earwax plugs.

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