Ashley Glawe, a Portland, Or., woman visited a local emergency room over what has to be the weirdest reason ever! Glawe, who called the slithering situation “BY FAR one of my #CRAZIEST life moments,” somehow managed to get a python snake stuck in her ear.. HER EAR!
Glawe posted a photo documenting the freaky accident on Facebook after her pet python decided to crawl through an gauged hole in her earlobe. Can you hear me now?
Glawe wrote that the incident was “by far one of my craziest life moments,” and told commenters that she was just fine after the hospital visit. “BY FAR one of my #CRAZIEST life moments! Went to the #EmergencyRoom because my #BallPython #Python #Snake decided to get #STUCK in my #Gauged earlobe! (1-23-17) #SillySnake #GaugedEars #Gauges #SnakeLover #SnakesLikeGaugedEars #WhatTheFuck #NeverHeardOf #NeverThoughtOf #WOW #OMG #GottaLoveHim #iLOVEhim” Continue reading
55-year-old Clive Mantle, the television actor known for his role in Game Of Thrones, was transported by ambulance to an British hospital after a man bit his right ear off at a Travelodge! Mantle simply asked some roudy motel guests to “keep the noise down.”
Jared Leto was doing an interview with XFM and he revealed the strangest gift he’s ever received. A severed ear.
Have you ever heard the saying, “If it’s too loud, you’re too old!”? The hearing damage that iPods are causing takes that saying to a whole new saying. “You’re too young and it’s too loud!”
I heard this story a long time ago-like 5 years ago, but I think it’s important for you to remember kiddies! You don’t want to be hard of hearing in your prime!
Did you know that your iPod’s volume goes up to a cracking 130 decibels, which is almost the same volume if you were at a loud rock concert?
“Decibel units are the measurements used to express differences in power or intensity between acoustic or electric signals. Sounds that register above 85 decibels are considered a dangerous exposure to the human ear, and can lead to permanent hearing loss over time.”
The study also states that ‘it’s not only about the high volume of sound into your ears, it’s also about the length of time that also increases the damage’.
So kids, turn it down!