Posted On:10/29/2007 6:38pm
Wash yourselves and your gear THOROUGHLY guys. This is pretty horrific so if you're squeamish or about to eat i don't suggest you look.
I'm actually thinking of printing it out and placing it on the notice board at my gym to scare the tramps who don't wash their gi regualrly into sorting their acts out...
I think what I need to do is stop enduring the pain and go see the doctors earlier.
So if you suspect anything, get to a doc ASAP!
Last edited by spirez; 10/29/2007 6:40pm at .
Posted On:10/29/2007 7:09pm
Style: San Da, Judo, BJJ
OMG......thats horrible. Even more so than mega jesus sama's avatar. Arg....
Posted On:10/29/2007 7:40pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
God dammit!!! Are those two sinkholes in the back of his leg? Where the **** in his body does he has those????
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Posted On:10/29/2007 7:46pm
Style: no gi grappling/sambo
It looks like one is near his armpit and the other on his lower torso. That **** is scary!
Guess which finger is the fickle one...
Posted On:10/29/2007 7:47pm
Style: Karate/ Arnis
That looks like his side, up under his arm.
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Posted On:10/29/2007 7:48pm
And more importantly, how the **** can someone let that **** go to such levels?????
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On his torso??? Holy fucking ****, that thing was close to his vital organs!!!! I won't be surprised if he gets permanently crippled or affected by that.
Posted On:10/29/2007 7:56pm
Poor Randleman just isn't all that lucky, is he?
Gotta admit, though, that if he waited until his infection was that gruesome, he's got a truly godly pain threshold. And the common sense of a peanut.
Posted On:10/29/2007 7:57pm
Style: MMA, BJJ, CMD, TKD, FMA
Holy crap I'm spraying everything with Lysol, that freaks me the hell out.
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Posted On:10/29/2007 7:59pm
Style: 유도 (Judo)
As soon as I a reddish indentation a half inch deep I would have driven myself to the hospital. I don't think I would have waited until it looked like someone used a keyhole saw on my thigh.
Posted On:10/29/2007 8:07pm
How do you catch this? Poor personal hygiene?
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