Ooh, something right out of a Katherine Dunn novel...
That arm shit just ruined my day, although the finger stuff they did is admittedly pretty rad.
I don't know what to say about that second link. Uh. Well. Do what you want. Whatevs.
Assuming that it is not a hoax, it is not suprising since piercings and tatts became passee sometime during the Clinton adminstration.
How rad to be Hindu and have a kid that looks just like a Hindu god! I'm surprised people aren't praying at their front door.
I know bmezine has a lot of freaky shit on their site, but trading limbs with your twin just seems too farfetched to be real.
I just threw up a little bit of hummus in my mouth.
Lakshmi is named after the four-armed Hindu goddess of wealth, and some in her village in the northern state of Bihar revere her.
I never thought an octo-kid could be so friggin' adorable.
Re: Exhibit Two... How amazingy coincidental that it seems to have been originally posted on April 1st 1999.
OK, the extra arms on Vishnu kid is cute, but that whole body-mod, arm swapping thing has me so effing nauseated that I think I'm gonna puke.
Spider-kid, spider-kid. Does whatever a spider-kid does.
Lakshmi is adorable.
The freaky twin shit if horrifying and I sincerely hope that they have died in a freaky Dead Ringers style suicide pact by now.
Frankly, after being exposed to some of the more freakishly extreme body-mod stuff on bmezine (I totally blame my fascination for the works of Warren Ellis, the bastard), nothing surprises me anymore.
Amputating and reattaching your twin brother's limbs? Feh, almost seems tame in comparison to some of the shit you see on that site.
If you look it up on Snopes it says the Ryan and Dave thing is a hoax.
That's awesome that Peter managed to find a jacket that has sleeves for all four of his extra mutant arms.
"Time on my hands, you in my arms." Their masturbatory four-ways must be mind-(or something)-blowing.
If that child had been born in a different era, a whole new religion would have been borne of her.
I'm so glad societies can explain things like this scientifically these days.
What is this? Ripley's Believe It or Not: Slog Edition? YIKES!!!!!
That picture is from a 1978 issue of The Amazing Spider Man titled "An Amazing Amalgamation Of Arms" but the issue number doesn't jump to mind.
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