If You’ve Got Nerves Of Steel I Triple Dog Dare You To Watch This Dude Get His Tooth Pulled Out Using Pliers

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Do you have nerves of steel or veins of ice? Are you capable of watching horrifying acts on the Internet because your mind disassociates them from real life? If you fit the bill on either of those questions then I’ve got the video for you. In this one a (probably drunk) British dude has his rotten ass tooth pulled out using a pair of pliers from the tool box. Nothing about this is sanitary, and nothing about this is easy to watch.

Moments before they rip that tooth out of his mouth using pliers he’s still sucking down a cigarette like it’s the 1980s, trying to steady himself for the impending pain. I definitely cringed while watching this video and had to look away…before watching it three more times. What really kills me about this one though is how instead of saving this dude a few bucks and a trip to the dentist they probably just created thousands of dollars in damage, and now he’ll have to make multiple trips to the dentist:

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No..NO….NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE. Hellllll NO. WHY?!?! On no planet was this a good idea.

I’ve had tooth pain myself, when I studied abroad I cracked not one but TWO teeth in the very back/top of my mouth. When I got back to the states I had to get two root canals to have them fixed, but this happened very early on during my time in Panama. Never at any point did pulling the teeth out with pliers cross my mind, because that’s just fucking insane.

Also, if you’re wondering why I didn’t just go to a dentist in Panama because it’s practically a first world country it’s because I was too big of a pussy to go to a dentist in another country and try to speak to them in another language. I was conversational in Spanish but I still didn’t think I had the requisite vocabulary to go through a major dental operation that would involve me getting anesthesia.