Something Truly and Utterly Revolting

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If you don’t like the sight or even thought of the ejection of matter from the human body,
then
I keenly suggest to you that you do NOT read further.

You have been warned!

Would you like to know something gross?
I mean, really quite disgusting?

I have a Staph infection.
Staphylococcus.

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What to know something EVEN more disgusting?
It’s festering in two locations on my body.

 A boil (omg – a boil!) on my left thigh,
and
in my right sinus.

And still, I am not at the most unpleasant part of my tale.

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I have had it over four years !!!
Yep – I have been a bacterial breeding human petri dish, for over four years.

Over those fifty-odd months, I have been blowing out a disturbing charcoal coloured grit from my nose. Specifically, my right nostril. And when I say ‘blow’ I actually mean ‘trumpet’. After three decades of suffering from bad sinus infections, I have developed a rather impressive talent for blowing so hard that I have even popped out a piece of a polyp on one occasion.

Dazzled by this information?!?

Oh please wait . . . . . as I have a deliciously distasteful piece of physical proof of my nose-blowing abilities and my staph infection.

Are you ready?

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Perhaps you should take a seat. Or even, cover your eyes with your hand and then just peak through your fingers. Maybe even do a quick glance at the screen and then look away again.

So here it comes . . . .

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Just a few examples of my Staph infection particles as ejected by some rather energetic blowing

Just a few examples of my Staph infection particles as ejected by some rather energetic blowing

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So, in conclusion, let me just say that I look forward to the day when I do not blow my nose with gusto and quite deliberate force to expunge the gross sandy little bacterial particles from inside my poor face.

Maybe the unexplained headaches will also dissipate.

Goodness, wouldn’t that be a wonderful bi-product?!?

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