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Q: Who needs an eye cleaning?

Who could see themselves sitting still and relaxing while some guy scraped your eyes with a knife?

 

www.shanghaiist.com/2017/09/08/eye-cleaning.php

 

Even looking at that picture has me cringing in my chair.

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Diver:   good to see you again Left-eye, have a pint on me!

Left-eye:  thx diver, don't mind if I do...

Diver:  So, Left-eye, I've always been meaning to ask you,,, how'd you lose your eye?

Left-eye:  Well, a rather horiffic story if I must say so myself.  You see, I got it cut out with a rusty straght-razor.

Diver:  damnation, that musta hurt!  were you in a knife fight or something?

Left-eye:  well,,, not exactly.  you see, I was having an elderly, illiterate nongmin scrape my eyeballs with a dirty razorblade while we laid by the gutter on a sidewalk in Shanghai.

Diver:  I see,,,,, but I guess you don't!   haha

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talentd n experiencd bloke.

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Diver:   good to see you again Left-eye, have a pint on me!

Left-eye:  thx diver, don't mind if I do...

Diver:  So, Left-eye, I've always been meaning to ask you,,, how'd you lose your eye?

Left-eye:  Well, a rather horiffic story if I must say so myself.  You see, I got it cut out with a rusty straght-razor.

Diver:  damnation, that musta hurt!  were you in a knife fight or something?

Left-eye:  well,,, not exactly.  you see, I was having an elderly, illiterate nongmin scrape my eyeballs with a dirty razorblade while we laid by the gutter on a sidewalk in Shanghai.

Diver:  I see,,,,, but I guess you don't!   haha

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of course Chinese bodies are different.........

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So, there's one thing warm water apparently isn't good for...

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Given the number of western olympic athletes that do cupping, he might be onto a good thing.

But really, WTF.

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