I’d like to introduce two Indian gentlemen going by the names Baba-Elefant and Baba-Prick. Now Baba-Elefant’s shtick is pretty evident as you can tell right away that either his face is melting, or maybe he just got it stuck in a car door. I suppose having him come first may help prepare you for Baba-Prick, but a video is worth a thousand words.
Warning: The following video is very graphic. Those with weak stomachs, heart conditions, hang nails, or other trauma susceptibility (such as half the population of the planet) should avoid watching.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
OK, now that it’s over we will pause for a moment, or two, or five to allow some much needed recovery time for our male readers.
As I watched Baba-Elefant, I thought to myself, why doesn’t he just have a plastic surgeon cut that off?
Then came Baba-Prick and I forgot all about the first guy. After spending several minutes in trauma recovery, it occurred to me that this Baba had to come up with his *cough* unique skill somehow? In all my experience dealing with…*clears throat* the equipment, I can’t for the life of me remember even one moment in time where I wondered if I could twist…*clear throat again* said equipment around a stick, let alone do the rest of that activity he does. I mean, at his advanced level you’d think he’d be blind by now. At least that what they used to tell me when I was a kid. Someone would have to have an awful lot of time on their hands and really enjoy pain to develop such a skill. Frankly, I’m not so sure I’d even call it a skill.
OK, time for the GT faithful to sound off and if someone out there is thinking, “yea, I do that all the time”, you are welcome to keep it to yourself.
I should thank Weird Asia News for this story, but I’m a bit conflicted after being traumatized.
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