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Why would you want to?
Doctor returns amputated arm to soldier, 47 years on | Irish Examiner
It's the sort of evidence ATOS require, so expect more such events in future.
What the fuck?
It must be weird, as a 73 year old, to look at a part of your body that stopped living when it was 27 years old.
Must be a good feeling to rock-up at the disability claim tribunal and slam it down on the desk, though.
No it's the worst thing. He can no longer claim for having lost his arm.
Come, come old boy! All a little 'armless fun.....I find it rather humerus actually.
Surely just a big stitch up.
At least he can scratch his bollocks with both hands for the first time in 47 years....
Med students never, ever grow up, do they?
Sod putting it in a display cabinet. I'd have it reattached.
Imagine watching a horror movie in a darkened cinema and the person next to you grabs your arm during a scary scene...
47 years, and he didn't give it a nickname?
And scratch that unreachable itch on his back.
Could be worse.....
The image in Life magazine depicts a young blond at a desk gazing at a skull. The caption says When he said goodbye two years ago to Natalie Nickerson, 20, a war worker of Phoenix, Ariz., a big, handsome Navy lieutenant promised her a Jap. Last week Natalie received a human skull, autographed by her lieutenant and 13 friends, and inscribed: "This is a good Jap a dead one picked up on the New Guinea beach." Natalie, surprised at the gift, named it Tojo. The armed forces disapprove strongly of this sort of thing.
That is a humerus story.
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