Separation of Conjoined Peeps

  1. This is a hoot!

    http://www.peepresearch.org/surgery/part1.html

    Kevin McHugh
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  2. 15 Comments

  3. by   spineCNOR
    My, my...interesting new research from scientists with waayyy too much time on their hands! Well, I suppose that Peeps deserve health care too!
  4. by   megmermaid
    LMAO!!
  5. by   KRVRN
    So funny!
  6. by   NurseDennie
    Oh wow - thanks. I larffed out loud, and I haven't done that in a while. Whew - thanks, I needed that.

    Love

    Dennie
  7. by   l.rae
    I've been known to use the incisor method quite successfully
  8. by   adrienurse
    OMG so funny!
  9. by   fab4fan
    Hilarious...from the Peep Capital of the world (really!)!
  10. by   researchrabbit
    OH MAN THAT IS HILARIOUS!!!

    I made my kids come look at it, and my son said, "Mom, I guess that's just a nurse thing."

    I am still laughing.
  11. by   anitame
    I love it!!
  12. by   OzNurse69
    Did anyone read some of the other tests?? Don't have Peeps over here -- but I can take a fair guess as to what they are -- the worrying thing is, what ARE they actually made of??
  13. by   KC CHICK
    I love the Karo syrup IV setup!!!
  14. by   ERNurse752
    HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! ROTFL, LMAO!!!!!!!!!!

    One of our agency nurses unpeeled someone else's banana, not realizing it belonged to somebody...so she used staples and sutures to close it up.

    **Peeps are made of marshmallow, and coated with colored sugar. They're made to look like bunnies, ducks, and chicks.

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