Gummy Bear Surgery
Becoming a doctor is a hard long road only a few make it down successfully. But why bother going through years of medical school when you can become a surgeon in the comfort of your own home. Gummy Bears, a scalpel, and a metal tube are all you need to perform some of the most complicated operations that even Dr. Frankenstein himself wouldn’t mess with. Read the rest of the post if you want to learn how to deal with gummy bears that are in desperate need of help with split personalities disorders, heart transplants (picture shown above), brain transplants, or who just are plain monsters.
The first and most important step is to make sure all your patients are willing participants, don’t want any nasty law suits on your record. The next step is to make sure you have the right tools to perform the necessary procedures. As I mentioned before you will need gummy bears, a metal tube, and a scalpel. Also keep in mind to wash and sterilize your hands and tools thoroughly before and after operations just like any good doctor would.
The simplest of operations that will be discussed in this post is the head transplant procedure. All that you must do is make sure you’re patient is completely passed out which will not be so hard since gummy bears do not show much emotion in the first place. You will next take your scalpel in your steadiest hand and carefully remove the head from the body. Once separated from it’s former form you will then replace the original head with new one that will transform the gummy bear into a whole new being, as shown in the picture above.
When dealing with a bear with a serious case of a split personality disorder, the removal of half of the original bear and then replacing it with another is the only cure. In this procedure, you will use your scalpel and cut the gummy bears in half and put two different halves together and make the once troubled gummy into a healthy member of the candy world.
The brain and heart transplants have fairly similar methods in surgery. When dealing with a bear in need of a new heart all that you as the doctor need to do is use your metal tube and remove the heart of one bear and replace it with another. But with the brain transplant operation, you must first use the scalpel to slice the top of the head 3/4 off so the new brain can be put into place easily.
The last and final procedure is for all of those people out there wanting to create little gummy bear monsters. Unlike the other procedures, many bears will be lost for the expensive of one huge 3 headed monster. When conducting this surgery it is much like the head transplant method except one body will be put back together with 3 new heads instead of one. As a new member in the medical field please always remember to treat your patients with respect and give them lots of time to recovery before consuming your new creations. (Thx Instructables)
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